Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

Rankings and Accolades

CHS Named One Of America's Most Challenging Schools

Collierville High School has been named on the 2016 America’s Most Challenging High Schools list that is published by The Washington Post.

CHS was ranked 1138 nationally and No. 11 in the State of Tennessee. To see the complete list click on the heading.
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US Presidential Scholar Candidates Announced

Collierville High School is proud to announce three United States Presidential Scholar candidates. CHS seniors Joey He, Sean Kirwan and Sneha Mittal will compete to represent the state of Tennessee in Washington D. C. this summer. Kevin Sun, 2014 Collierville graduate, won in 2014. Congratulations!
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Dragon Senior Recognized as US Presidential Scholar

Collierville High School Senior, Sneha Mittal, was one of four students in the State of Tennessee to be selected as a United States Presidential Scholar. U.S. Secretary of Education John King made this announcement Wednesday. Only 160 United States Presidential Scholars were identified from the entire country.
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Collierville among Top 500 High Schools in U.S.

Collierville High School has been reinforced as one of the best. CHS ranked No. 335 in Newsweek's annual America’s Top High Schools 2015. The ranking looks at various factors in rating schools including college readiness, graduate rates and the percentage of college-bound students.
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CHS Only Public School with Cum Laude Chapter

The presence of a Cum Laude chapter at a secondary school is an indication that superior scholastic achievement is honored. From an induction ceremony, which can range from a formal, separate event to a segment of an awards day, to service projects, scholarly writing or other scholastic activities, individual chapters of Cum Laude create programs appropriate for their own campus that benefit the larger community as well.
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