Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

FFA practices for future land judging competitions

Boys and Girls Swim Teams 4-Peat at the County Championships 

Welcome To Our House

CHS Pom Squad is National Runner-Up in Hip Hop

All-State Choir Members: Eric Hale, Taylor Olsen, Emma Stopper, Savannah Pruitt, Emily Chapman, Cassie Meredith, Roman Austin

CHS Cheer 2017 UCA World Champions

CHS Baseball Team helps load trucks for Hurricane Harvey Relief

CHS raised $3,222.97 for Go Jim Go and Le Bonheur.  HOCO 2017

CHS Chamber Choir Fall Concert

Fourteen CHS students accepted into the Tennessee Governor’s Schools  

Construction progress on the new CHS set to open for the 2018-2019 school year

District Champion Boys Bowling Team. Ross Jenner finished 5th in the State individually

Juliana Simpson and Joris Ray II participated in the Law Internship Program for the MBA this summer

Emma Capitanelli (l) and Claire Thomas (r) qualified for the National Speech and Debate Tournament

CHS National Merit Semifinalists: Front Row: Yumin Lee, Maia Woodard, Kaitlyn Linney

Back Row: Jefferson Wang, Nirmal Bhatt, Jeffrey Yu, Richard Li, Nicholas Hayes, Akaash Padmanabha, Michael Linder, Sebastian Mobo

CHS Visual Art Students Have 44 pieces Win Scholastic Art Awards (Chloie Lott- Natalie The Fish)

(From left to right) SGA President Ben May, Senior Class President Tony Sims, Government Affairs Director Josh Jacobs, and Spirit Director Madison Molnar
Yue He and Sneha Mittal Named the Two AP Scholars for Tennessee

Draco Playhouse Student Led Production of Pinocchio 

The Gym for the new CHS opening Fall of 2018 . . . Check out the fly-through videos to see more

BRACE Winners

Left to right: Brianna Morelli- HM, Myrna Trevino- HM, Emma McVay- 3rd place, Olivia Leggett- 3rd place and Jennifer Burford-Amy Lange Art Teacher of The Year

CHS Knowledge Bowl "A" Team Takes 1st Place at the CBHS Tournament

2017 Homecoming Court

Best Student Section in the State of Tennessee

CHS National Merit Commended Scholars: From L to R: Rachel Shin, Keerthana Raja, Benjamin May, Dharmenkumar Patel, Nima Babajani-Feremi, Anurag Epparla, Nicolas Brockman, Ian Healy, Reis Chehardy, Canon McLarnon, Landon Johnson (Not pictured: Kendall Sewell)

Science Olympiad finishes 2nd at CBU

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

Principal's Message

Welcome to the Collierville High School website!

I am genuinely excited and humbled to serve our students, parents, faculty, and community as the Principal of Collierville High School. CHS is ranked among the nations’ top schools by U. S. News and World Report and the seventh best school in Tennessee. These rankings are a direct result of an outstanding student body, dedicated faculty & staff, and devoted community.

The CHS Faculty and Staff maintain high expectations for all students in favor of providing the best possible learning environments. We value curiosity, creativity, collaboration, and character. Our students grow through authentic learning experiences that grant opportunities of application in order to demonstrate deep understandings of concepts.

Thank you for visiting our website. Feel welcome to contact us should you have any questions about CHS.

Chip Blanchard, Principal
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Important Now

Welcome Class of 2021
We celebrate your admission to Collierville High School. We are thrilled you will be joining us as a member of the Class of 2021, and look forward to helping you begin your academic career. Please click here for a helpful webpage as you make the transition to Collierville High School. Go Dragons!

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News & Announcements

Former CHS Student Launches Ride Share Program at UTK

2015 CHS graduate and current University of Knoxville junior, Ryan Cunningham, has launched Campus Car, a ride sharing program similar to Uber or Left but specifically for UTK. Click on the link to the Knoxville News Sentinel article to read more about Ryan and his new business venture.

CHS Singers To Participate in the All-Southwest TN Regional Honor Choir

The following CHS singers will be participating in the All-Southwest TN regional honor choirs this Friday, 11/17, from 8am-3pm at Greater Imani Church in Memphis.
Aubrey English, Teyah Young, Meher Boghani, Emily Hale, Gracie Tanner, Hannah Andre, and Carol Ann Land

Lexie Mendenhall, Taylor Mercer, Emma Waycaster, Gabby Adams, and Claire Criner

Roman Austin, Matthew White, and Parker Hood

Cooper Clack, Dehn Basham, Cameron Hutson, and Jack Siegel

CHS to Begin Offering the Seal of Biliteracy and Bilingual Seal to Graduates

You could be eligible for a new seal on your diploma. Collierville High School is now offering the Seal of Biliteracy and the Bilingual Seal to any student who can speak, read and write another language outside of English.
What do you need to do?
You can go to the school’s website and see the requirements that you will need to meet to be eligible; or you can see your English teacher, Mrs. Reed in 134, or Mrs. Misenheimer in room 124, who will have packets available.
What is the deadline?
The deadline to turn in your letter of intent is Tuesday, November 21st.
When is the test?
We will be offering the required tests in January. There will be more information before the Christmas holidays.
Even if you don’t graduate this year, you need to turn in your as soon as you think you might want to do it.

Don’t delay and turn in your Letter of Intent ASAP!

Click on the link to read more about CHS adopting the Seal of Biliteracy and to print out the necessary documents to apply.

You can read more about the Seal of Biliteracy by visiting their website at the following:

CHS Performs Well At Latin Fall Festivals Competition

Congratulations to the following CHS students for placing at the Latin Fall Festival:
•Julia Howell: 1st in Lower Level Certamen
•Natalie Curley: 1st in Large Catapult Contest and 2nd in Upper Level Certamen
•Amirta Manikandan: 1st in Mythology Spelling Bee
•Bryson Moberly: 3rd in Boys’ Footrace

World Language Culture Night Has Moved to Monday, November 13th

World Language Culture Night, sponsored by the CHS International Club, has been switched to today, Monday, Nov. 13- 4:30-6:00 due to a booking conflict. Everyone is invited to come practice a world language and enjoy a presentation about Africa and an international potluck dinner snack.

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Forms and Documents

Dragon Spirit News

Dragon Spirit News


CHSAA scholarship applications for the 2016-2017 school year will be posted soon.
Collierville Alumni Association Scholarships

In keeping with the continuing educational spirit of Collierville High School, the Collierville High School Alumni Association offers annual scholarships to the graduating senior class. Selections are made based on different criteria for each scholarship but include merit, financial need, school involvement, community activity and academic success as examples.

There are 7 different scholarships offered to CHS students this year. To view each available scholarship, select the links below. Please review each scholarship for detailed requirements and instructions. If you would like to apply there are online applications listed under each page.

All scholarship applications must be submitted by Friday, March 10th at 2pm. See Mrs. Comella, or email, if you have any questions.
  • Collierville Alumni Association Scholarship
  • Herman Osteen Merit Scholarship
  • Jasper Stark Scholarship
  • Virgie Cox Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. Setterlund Leadership Scholarship
  • CHSAA Technical School Book/Tool Scholarship
  • Mary Louise Cox Scholarship

Just For Teachers

  • 9th grade homeroom teachers AND 10th grade homeroom teachers 10/1-10/13 will chaperone Homecoming. This is on Saturday night, September 17, at the Zambezi River Exhibit in the Memphis Zoo.
  • 10th grade homeroom teachers 10/14-10/25 AND all 11th grade homeroom teachers will chaperone prom. It is currently scheduled for May 13 at either The Columns or Spring Creek. More info will come later.
  • 12th grade homeroom teachers will work graduation. It is Friday, May 19, 7:00pm at Bellevue Baptist Church.
Field Trip Procedures:
Please submit student rosters and an itinerary when requesting a field trip or athletic trip through MLP.
In addition, if the students will be traveling in private vehicles, these documents must also be provided and filed in my office:
1. Valid driver’s license(s) of driver(s) of vehicle(s) which have been scanned through Raptor
2. Copy of current insurance indicating liability limits of at least the TN state minimums of
25,000 (bodily injury), 50,000 (aggregate), and 15,000 (property damage)
3. Permission slips from parents/guardians verifying knowledge of driver with whom students will be Riding

Groups can have all potential parent drivers complete the private vehicle form with required documents at the beginning of their season or the year. This will suffice for the remainder of that season/year.

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Online School Payments

Dragonvision Commercial from Collierville High School on Vimeo.

Upcoming Events

Arkansas State University
Date: 11/20/2017, 9 AM 9:30 AM
Location: School Counseling Conference Room
Freshman Basketball @ Bartlett
Date: 11/20/2017, 6 PM 8 PM
Location: Bartlett High School
Boys and Girls Basketball vs Arlington
Date: 11/21/2017, 6 PM 10 PM
Location: CHS
Thanksgiving Break
Date: 11/22/2017
Location: CHS
Wrestling vs Brighton and White Station
Date: 11/22/2017, 5 PM 9 PM
Location: CHS


Quick Poll

Quick Poll

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Male Scholar

Ross Jenner
Bowling, 2018
The Collierville High School bowling team remains undefeated and Ross Jenner continues to dominate.  The senior bowled a 246 and 225 against Bolton and the team improved to 8-0.


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Female Scholar

Kaitlyn Brown, Brae Michelotti, Conner Johnson
Pom, 2018
The Collierville High School pom team won the state championship for the fourth year in a row last week.  The team is led by their captains Kaitlyn Brown, Brae Michelotti, and Conner Johnson.  
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