Cape Elizabeth High School is pleased to announce four seniors have been named National Merit Semifinalists. Oscar Gustafson, Sarah Hagan, Claire McDonald and Clara Parker...
School Board Members recognize student achievements at the meeting on September 14, 2021.Student reps included Abigail Scifres, Dana Schwartz, Katheryne Clay, and Nicolas...
Inspired by street artist, Kelsey Montague, CEHS art teacher Janna DeWan asked every student at the high school to consider what success means to them. Students decorated,...
Virtual Open House this Wednesday, September 22, 2021 starting at 6:25pm. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3AuSSSq.
It's a busy weekend for CEHS athletic teams! Make sure to get out and support our teams. Mr. Lupien (cross country coach) is started his school spirit routine early this morning with some help from eye glitter! Football game Friday and a full Saturday schedule attached.view image
Amazing work by a CEHS graduate!
Swetha Palanappian, class of 2021, published her first scientific paper in the journal Exposure and Health. Her paper, titled Polystyrene and Polyethylene Microplastics Decrease Cell Viability and Dysregulate Inflammatory and Oxidative Stress Markers of MDCK and L929 Cells In Vitro is written from research conducted with mentors at UNE for the 2020 Science Fair. During her high school years, she completed three projects for the Science Fair, each based on a different aspect of microplastics. Her published paper focused on investigating the effects of microplastics on mammalian cells. Her paper contributes to the growing information on the risks of microplastics. She is currently a freshman at UC Berkley.