Collierville High School graduate Hunter Bradley fought football injuries, and one of his coaches, Mike O'Neill, fought cancer. They both won.
O'Neill, 52, the head football coach at Collierville High School, was diagnosed in October with throat cancer and moved to Houston for treatment at MD Anderson.
While O'Neill was undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment so intense that it caused second-degree burns to his throat, Bradley was hard at work as a long snapper for Mississippi State following three ACL injuries.
Miles Thomas, a 2018 CHS graduate, was among more than 40 worldwide participants to compete at the 2017-18 Optimist International Oratorical World Championship. Contestants delivered speeches on: “Where are My Roots of Optimism?” during the competition at the Center for Global Leadership at St. Louis University. Click on the link to read more about Miles and his experiences at the competition.
Parents please check your email to complete your child’s Infosnap. An email was sent to you on May 2nd by Central Office and May 15th by CHS. This must be done before you can register next school year.
Please visit the link below to see a Freshmen Info Packet containing details for Freshmen Orientation Day. Please share with your students!
On behalf of 96 FMP Leaders, we are looking forward to meeting the Class of 2022! Come fly with us at CHS!
Registration for students who are NEW to the Collierville Schools System will take place at Collierville Middle School on Wednesdays in July, starting July 11, from 8:30 to 11:30. This does not include students who are in Collierville Middle Schools now and will be attending the high school in the fall. Click on the link to see directions on how to get to Collierville Middle School. We look forward to seeing you next year.
Congratulations to Senior Natalie Estes for winning the 2018 National Championship in Extemporaneous Commentary at the National Speech and Debate Tournament for her speech on women's education. In addition she was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Natalie is the 8th CHS student to qualify for the National Speech and Debate tournament. Congratulations also goes to Coach Robbins for doing an outstanding job preparing our Speech and Debate team for great things.
Click on the link for answers to questions for upcoming 10th-12th grade students. Seniors will be August 6th, Juniors will be August 7th, and Sophomores will be August 8th. All registration times will be 8:00-11:00 am and will be at the new Collierville High School.