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Principal's Message

Dear parents/guardians,
 
      On behalf of the faculty and staff at Collierville High School, I am happy to welcome you to the 2019-2020 school year! We are looking forward to a productive partnership with you to ensure our students achieve their highest potential. I am confident the overall academic experience will be highly intensive while challenging students to journey beyond their comfort zones. It is our mission to provide an enriching, supportive environment designed to promote academic excellence, develop respect for all individuals, and expand the personal interests and talents of our students. This is ultimately our overarching commitment to our students, parents, and the Collierville community.
 
      We recognize that to be successful in school, our students need support from both the home and school. We know a strong partnership with you will make a great difference in your child’s education. As partners, we share the responsibility for our students’ success and want you to know that we are committed to doing our very best to carry out our responsibilities. We ask that you guide and support your child’s learning by ensuring that he/she practices the following behaviors:
      ·attends school daily and arrives on time, ready for the day’s learning experience
      ·completes all homework assignments given by teachers
      ·reads daily to develop a love for reading and to improve literacy skills
      ·shares school experiences with you so that you are aware of his/her school life
      ·informs you if he/she needs additional support in any area or subject
      ·checks PowerSchool and teacher webpages at least once a week to ensure responsibility                  
and ownership for his/her own learning
 
      In addition to being committed to academics, it is my hope that all students get involved in our school through athletics, music, drama, student leadership, community volunteerism, and school activities and clubs. I also ask that you consider joining our PTSO. Our students can greatly benefit from your involvement and contributions to the school’s program and its operations.
 
      In closing, I thank you for your support, and I look forward to working with you all and pushing our students to the very apex of academic heights. On behalf of the staff of Collierville High, I want to again welcome and thank you in advance for the many great things we will do together this school year.
 
Sincerely,
 
Roger L. Jones, III
Principal, Collierville High School

Important Dates

January 20th               MLK Day
 
Jan 21st-Feb 4th         Upcycle Club Jeans Drive
 
February 6th                Career and EPSO Night
 
February 14th              Parent-Teacher Conferences
 
February 24th              8th Grade Preview Night
 
March 13th                   Alumni Scholarships Deadline 
 
March 31st                   Jr ACT and Soph Practice ACT
 
May 8th                        Senior Picnic

News

Public Textbook Adoption Resources Featured Photo

Public Textbook Adoption Resources

Collierville Schools invites all stakeholders to participate in a public review of the approved textbooks for the upcoming ELA adoption. Click to find a document with a link to accessible online textbook samples located on TDOE’s website, and a link to an online survey where community members/parents can provide feedback as well. We look forward to having your voice heard in this process.
DECA Qualifies 18 for State Competition Featured Photo

DECA Qualifies 18 for State Competition

Click on the link to see the names of the 18 DECA students that qualified for the state competition and all those that participated in the regional competition. Good luck at state!!
CHS Knowledge Bowl Team Performs Well at Bartlett Open Featured Photo

CHS Knowledge Bowl Team Performs Well at Bartlett Open

The CHS Knowledge Bowl Team took 4 teams to the Bartlett Knowledge Bowl Open this past Saturday and had 3 teams place in the top 8 teams. The ‘A’ Team lost by a single question in the Quarterfinals to eventual champion Arlington High, and the ‘C’ Team lost in the Quarterfinals to the eventual 3rd Place Team CBHS. The ‘B’ Team mounted a comeback in the Semifinals to defeat CBHS, and led one again that fell just short to Arlington in the Finals. Still, the ‘B’ Team won 2nd Place at the tournament. Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: ‘B’ Team – Emily Sun, Saranya Thota, Tanner Williams, Jake Akins ‘A’ Team – Brandon Zhang, Harrison Stewart, Alex Zhang, Sudhev Sudheer ‘C’ Team – Subhash Eedarapalli, Jessica He, Sashi Mandava, Kaustubh Koya
Alumni Scholarships Information Featured Photo

Alumni Scholarships Information

Click on the link to find out information for the ten scholarships offered by the CHS alumni association. Deadline to apply for the scholarships is March 13th.
CHS Upcycle Club Hosts Teens for Jeans Drive Featured Photo

CHS Upcycle Club Hosts Teens for Jeans Drive

The CHS Upcycle club is hosting a Jeans Drive starting January 21st and running until Tuesday, February 4th. Please bring new or gently worn jeans to donate to teens in homeless shelters. There will be 3 donation bins around the school or you can drop them off in Mrs. Harants room, F101. Click on the link to learn more about this drive. Be a part of this nationwide youth-led movement to help teens around the country.

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