Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

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)

CHS Pom Squad is National Runner-Up in Hip Hop

Delta Fair Art Winners (L-R) Katie Tucker, Sarah Wilson, Myrna Trevino

CHS Cheer 2017 UCA World Champions

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

Welcome To Our House

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

Yue He and Sneha Mittal Named the Two AP Scholars for Tennessee

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


Five CHS wrestlers qualify for state

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)

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

CHS Chamber Choir Fall Concert

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

Fourteen CHS students accepted into the Tennessee Governor’s Schools  

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

Draco Playhouse Student Led Production of Pinocchio 

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

Lauren Brown (L) and Madison Templeton (R) with the 2016 Homecoming Queen, Anna Lewis

FFA practices for future land judging competitions

CHS Knowledge Bowl Team Places 1st at Houston High School

Best Student Section in the State of Tennessee

Science Olympiad finishes 2nd at CBU

Shayna Ryan and Sam Hilliard in the Draco Playhouse Production of "Fools" 

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

CHS Baseball Team helps load trucks for Hurricane Harvey Relief

(From left to right) SGA President Ben May, Senior Class President Tony Sims, Government Affairs Director Josh Jacobs, and Spirit Director Madison Molnar
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

Updated Construction Photos of the New CHS

Construction on the new high school is moving along quickly. In the featured photo you can see the progress made on the main campus with work on the sports facilities going on in the top left. In the other photo you can see the preparation for the construction of the state of the art sports facilities.

CHS football coach Mike O'Neill stepping aside to get cancer treatments

Following Friday's thrilling victory over arch-rival Houston, Collierville football coach Mike O'Neill told his team that he is stepping aside for the rest of the season as he begins treatment for an aggressive form of throat cancer. His final game will be Friday against Arlington before turning it over to his staff for the postseason. Collierville is 6-3 with a 2-1 record in Region 7-6A. Dragon Nation is behind Coach O'Neill and wish him all the best. We know he won't back down. #dragonfamily #Iwontbackdown #themesong

CHS Fall Choral Concert Information

Please join the CHS choirs and their families for their annual fall choral concert. This year the concert will feature one of the most beautiful choral works ever written; Requiem by John Rutter. In this glorious piece, the combined Chamber and Mixed Choirs will be accompanied by a professional orchestra. It promises to be a delight for both the ears and the soul.
The combined Women’s Choirs will be performing a short mass for treble voices. Missa Brevis #1 by Peter Robb. Accompanied by string quartet and piano, this is a lovely musical setting of the traditional text of the Latin Mass.
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 24
Time: 7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:40)
Location: Church of the Incarnation, 360 Bray Station Rd., Collierville
Suggested donation - $5

CHS Social Studies Breakfast Club Begins

The Social Studies Department’s Breakfast Club is comprised of students selected by their Social Studies Teacher. These students have displayed good citizenship and a dedication to their academic studies. Every social studies teacher nominates two students each quarter. The breakfast club is sponsored by Mrs. Collier.

Help the CHS vs HHS Rivalry With a Cause Support Make-A-Wish

Thursday night plans? Show your Dragon pride by coming to PYRO’S in Collierville from 5- 8 p.m. to help us raise money for Make-a-Wish! Eat great pizza, mingle with friends and tell the cashier you are supporting the cause to make sure 20% of your purchase goes to support the fundraiser.

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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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Dragonvision Commercial from Collierville High School on Vimeo.

Upcoming Events

Mississippi State University
Date: 10/23/2017, 8 AM 8:30 AM
Location: School Counseling Conference Room
University of Mississippi
Date: 10/23/2017, 9:30 AM 10 AM
Location: School Counseling Conference Room
Freshman Football at Raleigh Egypt
Date: 10/23/2017, 6 PM 7:30 PM
Location: Behind Collierville Elementary School 590 Peterson Lake Rd
World Language Culture Night
Date: 10/24/2017, 4:30 PM 6:30 PM
Location: CHS Library
Fall Choir Concert
Date: 10/24/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Church of the Incarnation


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Male Scholar

Austin Kelley
Football, 2018
Collierville High School senior lineman, Austin Kelley, continues to be a wrecking force for the Dragons offensive line.  He was a key component in Collierville's 35-33 victory over the Mustangs.   


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Female Scholar

Cambell Kivisto
Soccer, 2019
The Collierville High School girls' soccer team had two victories in an elimination round last week and advanced to the TSSAA AAA State Tournament.  MTSU commit and Collierville striker Campbell Kivisto had the game winning goals in both matches.  In both games, the Dragons defeated White Station and Clarksville by the score of 2-0
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