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Collierville High School Alumni Association
PO Box 633
Collierville, TN 38027
School Phone: 901.853.3310

MARCH MEMBERSHIP LAUNCH - CHSAA DRAGONS GIVE 2017
 
CHSAA Mission
 

The Collierville High School Alumni Association has three main priorities:

Fund scholarships for CHS seniors
Keep alumni informed and involved with CHS
Provide monetary support for special initiatives at CHS

 

The CHSAA was formed in 2004 with the primary objective of providing Scholarships for CHS seniors. The initial funding sources were the Mary Louise Cox Estate and The Jasper Stark Foundation. Additional funding comes from Alumni and individuals who support CHS. Since 2014, CHSAA has awarded $63,500 in scholarships to graduating seniors. A total of $35,000 will be given out to 2017 graduates. Our goal is to continue to increase the amounts and number of scholarships awarded to CHS graduates.

 

We strive to keep alumni informed about current happenings at CHS, alumni events as well as construction progress of our new high school campus opening in Fall 2018. We highlight CHS alumni doing great things with their Collierville Schools education. CHSAA is also available to help with class reunion planning.

 

CHSAA would like to increase its direct support of special initiatives at CHS. Examples: teacher grants, sponsorship of events, assistance with on-site needs, etc.

CHSAA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and donations are tax-deductible. Donations to CHSAA directly fund college scholarships and ongoing support of Collierville High School. CHS leadership, faculty and students appreciate your continued support.

 
Mail check donations to:
CHSAA
PO Box 633
Collierville, TN 38027
 

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.
Soprano
Aubrey English, Teyah Young, Meher Boghani, Emily Hale, Gracie Tanner, Hannah Andre, and Carol Ann Land

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

Tenor
Roman Austin, Matthew White, and Parker Hood

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

Micah Rabinowitz CHS Class of 2008

Micah Rabinowitz
2008 graduate of CHS

Micah has lived and worked in Japan since April 2014. He is currently a Coordinator of International Relations for the Japanese Village of Kitagawa. In this role, Micah teaches and develops English curriculums for the elementary school. He also plans intercultural events for the village and neighboring towns. Micah interprets for the local yuzu fruit industry and does translation for local governments and businesses.

Micah is currently looking to start language and cultural exchanges between Japanese and American elementary schools. Anyone with local school connections who might be interested in participating, please contact him at micahrabinowitz@gmail.com.

CHS HOCO 2017 Grade Level Competition: Who's the King of this Castle?

This year each grade will be competing against each other to see who is the King of this Castle. Each class will be battling to find the greatest number of #CHSRocks, raising money for Go Jim Go and Le Bonheur in the Coin Wars, and creating the best Homecoming banner for this year's theme: One Town. One School. Our Home. Get involved and help your class become the King of the Castle.

CHS Alumna Doing Great Things

Ellie Perry, CHS class of 2016, is a rising sophomore at Manhattan School of Music. She is currently singing in a program in Montreal Canada. The Canadian Vocal Arts Institute is an intensive program providing private voice lessons, private coaching, and training in vocal technique,stage presentation and acting, language and diction, as well as opportunities to sing in masterclasses .CVAI is codirected by Metropolitan Opera coach Joan Dornemann and MET conductor Paul Nadler.

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