Collierville High School

Varsity Girls Soccer defeated Lincoln Co Wednesday 3-0 and will play Clarksville Thursday at 4:00pm in the TSSAA state semi-finals...GO DRAGONS!!!

Faculty/Student Flag Football Game

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

CHS raises $2,310 for Go Jim Go and Le Bonheur

Congratulations to the Knowledge Bowl A Team for their 2nd place finish at the MUS Quiz Bowl

Best Student Section in the State of Tennessee

Congratulations to Yue He and Sneha Mittal for being named the two AP Scholars for the State of Tennessee

Class of 2017

The CHS Chamber Choir Fall Concert

Click on the picture for the link to the Student Email Forms

CHS and HHS raise over $21,000 for St. Jude during Rivalry Week

Working hard on the set for "No Time for Sergeants"

New High School Coming Fall 2018

Varsity Girls Soccer defeated Lincoln Co Wednesday 3-0 and will play Clarksville Thursday at 4:00pm in the TSSAA state semi-finals...GO DRAGONS!!!

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 2020
We celebrate your admission to Collierville High School. We are thrilled you will be joining us as a member of the Class of 2020, 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

Collierville Girls Eliminated at State Soccer

The Collierville High School Lady Dragons soccer team's season came to end Thursday. The Dragons suffered a 2-0 defeat to Clarksville in the semi-finals of the 3A State Tournament at Richard Siegel Soccer Complex in Murfreesboro. This was the third straight year the Wildcats have ended the Dragons season in the state tournament's semi-final match. Collierville finishes the year at 16-4-3.

@LdyDragonSoccer Advances To State Semi-Finals

Collierville defeated Lincoln County, 3-0, handing the Falcons just their second loss of the year in 23 matches. Holly Stalls scored in each half for the Dragons (16-3-3) while Kate Johnson added a goal off an assist from Kammy McGee. The Dragons will take on Clarksville (21-3-1) on Field No. 3 Thursday. The match is at 4 p.m. The winner advances to Saturday's 11 a.m. championship match at MTSU.

Click Here For Student E-mail Agreement Form

CHS and the CS technology team are excited to roll out student email accounts. An email account agreement form will be sent home with login information and parent approval. If parents wish to opt out of student email, they may make note on the form. Students will return his or her form to their first period teacher.

Pink Out at the CHS vs BHS Football Game on 10-28

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and next week we will be raising money for the American Cancer Society. There will be several things we will be doing leading up to the Pink Out football game next Friday against Bartlett!!!

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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 Monday, February 20th 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

CHS Clubs
Date: 10/28/2016
Location: CHS
Rhodes College
Date: 10/28/2016, 9 AM 9:30 AM
Location: School Counseling Conference Room
Senior Class Orders Due
Date: 10/28/2016, 10:15 AM 12:15 PM
Location: CHS Lunches
Bowling vs Millington/Germantown
Date: 10/28/2016, 3:30 PM 5:30 PM
Location: Funquest Lanes
Regional Cross Country Championships
Date: 10/28/2016, 4 PM 5:30 PM
Location: Shelby Farms


Quick Poll

Quick Poll

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Student Spotlight

Sawyer Weigant 
Sawyer is a 10th grader at CHS.   His primary focus is robotics and he feels strongly about working with robots one day.  To learn more about Sawyer click the PDF below.
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Teacher Spotlight

Mrs. Collier teaches Government and AP US History. She is the head of the Social Studies Department and her husband, Craig, teaches FHAO and AP Human Geography at CHS.


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Staff Spotlight

Brett Heinrich
Assistant Principal
Mr. Brett Heinrich begins his second year as an Assistant Principal at Collierville High School. He began his teaching career in 2009 at Southwind High School. At Southwind, Mr. Heinrich taught US History, US Government and AP US Government. He served as the Jaguars head baseball coach for five years (2010-2015) and also served as an assistant football coach for two years (2013-2014).

Mr. Heinrich graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History with a minor in Political Science from the University of Memphis. He later obtained his Master of Arts in Teaching degree from the University of Memphis. Most recently, Mr. Heinrich earned his Education Specialist degree from the University of Mississippi.

He is married to his wife Megan, a Shelby County Schools teacher, and the couple are proud parents of Cantley.

At CHS, Mr. Heinrich will serve as the 10th grade administrator, testing coordinator, and assist with athletics.


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