Collierville High School

Natalie Estes won the National Championship in Extemporaneous Commentary. . .Draco Playhouse won 6 awards at the Annual High School Musical Theatre Awards. . .Rachel Chestnut finished in the Top 10 and Lindsay Michaud earned HM in the NY Times Editorial Essay Contest

University of Memphis Honor Choir Participants

Seated Left to right:

Salena Chatfield (Art) Mississippi State University, Sarah Pugh (music) Austin Peay State University, Cooper Clack (Theater) Oklahoma City University


Zoe Johnson (Music) Austin Peay State University, Ethan Neil (Music) Memphis, Shelby Dorris (Music) Memphis, Mellodee Hooker (Music) Memphis, Roman Austin (Choir) Memphis

2018 Fair on the Square Art Winner (l-r) Linda Deng (1st), Megan Ross (2nd), and Nina Meer (3rd)

Two VEX Robotics Teams qualify for the VEX Robotics World Championship

Natalie Estes, with Coach Robbins, is the 2018 National Champion in Extemporaneous Commentary 

BRACE Winners

Left to right: Brianna Morelli- HM, Myrna Trevino- HM, Emma McVay- 3rd place, Olivia Leggett- 3rd place and Jennifer Burford-Amy Lange Art Teacher of The Year

Freshman Jordan Smith was the winner of the PTSO Apple iPad for perfect attendance during the 2017-2018 school year

CHS SGA at Leadership Preparatory Charter School for Career Day

Fourteen CHS students accepted into the Tennessee Governor’s Schools  

All Southwest Honor Choir 2017-2018

College Signing Day

Back Row: Hall Squiers – Swimming - Sewanee, Gabby Harris – Volleyball – TN Wesleyan, Jake Peterson – Track XC - CBU, Shayna Ryan – Lacrosse - Lee, Jessica Green – Track – UMass Amherst, John Gibbs – Baseball - Rhodes

Front Row: Jada Taylor – Basketball – Blue Mountain, Lauren Taylor – Basketball - CBU, Alexis Taylor – Basketball - Blue Mountain, Grace Bardes – Gymnastics – Air Force Academy, Jared Briant – Track - Rhodes, Alec Bouton – Baseball - Lyon

2017 Homecoming Court

CHS raised $3,222.97 for Go Jim Go and Le Bonheur.  HOCO 2017

CHS Math Team finishes 2nd in Algebra II and 5th in Comprehensive at the Vestavia Hills competition

Seven CHS Wrestlers Qualified for the State Tournament

Construction progress on the new CHS set to open for the 2018-2019 school year

CHS Mixed Choir Spring Concert

The Gym for the new CHS opening Fall of 2018 . . . Check out the fly-through videos to see more

CHS National Merit Finalists: Michael Linder, Nicholas Hayes, Yumin Lee, Richard Li, Jefferson Wang, Maia Woodard, Kaitlyn Linney, Akaash Padmanabha and Jeffrey Yu. Less than 1% nationally qualify for this distinction.

(From left to right) SGA President Ben May, Senior Class President Tony Sims, Government Affairs Director Josh Jacobs, and Spirit Director Madison Molnar

CHS Knowledge Bowl "A" Team Takes 1st Place at the CBHS Tournament

CHS Swim Team Celebrates at the State Meet

Draco Playhouse Production of "Catch Me If You Can"

Welcome To Our House

CHS Pom Team Finishes 2nd in Hip-Hop and 2nd in Pom at Nationals

CHS National Merit Commended Scholars: From L to R: Rachel Shin, Keerthana Raja, Benjamin May, Dharmenkumar Patel, Nima Babajani-Feremi, Anurag Epparla, Nicolas Brockman, Ian Healy, Reis Chehardy, Canon McLarnon, Landon Johnson (Not pictured: Kendall Sewell)

CHS National Merit Semifinalists: Front Row: Yumin Lee, Maia Woodard, Kaitlyn Linney

Back Row: Jefferson Wang, Nirmal Bhatt, Jeffrey Yu, Richard Li, Nicholas Hayes, Akaash Padmanabha, Michael Linder, Sebastian Mobo

Natalie Estes won the National Championship in Extemporaneous Commentary. . .Draco Playhouse won 6 awards at the Annual High School Musical Theatre Awards. . .Rachel Chestnut finished in the Top 10 and Lindsay Michaud earned HM in the NY Times Editorial Essay Contest

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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News & Announcements

Coach beats cancer, sees graduate drafted by Packers

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.

CHS Alum Competed in Optimist International Oratorical World Championship

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.

Important FMP Information for CHS Parents of Incoming Freshmen

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 Information for New Students to Collierville Schools

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.

Natalie Estes is the 2018 National Champion in Extemporaneous Commentary

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.

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Forms and Documents

Dragonvision Commercial from Collierville High School on Vimeo.

Upcoming Events

CHS Boys Basketball Camp
Date: 7/16/2018, 9 AM 12 PM
Location: Collierville Middle School Gym
CHS Cheer Camp
Date: 7/16/2018, 9 AM 12 PM
Location: Bailey Station Elementary School Gym
CHS Girls Soccer Camp
Date: 7/16/2018, 9 AM 12 PM
Location: CHS Girls Soccer Field
CHS Boys Basketball Camp
Date: 7/17/2018, 9 AM 12 PM
Location: Collierville Middle School Gym
CHS Cheer Camp
Date: 7/17/2018, 9 AM 12 PM
Location: Bailey Station Elementary School Gym


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Male Scholar

Peyton Calitri
Baseball, 2019
The junior right-hander earned the win after throwing six innings, allowed three hits, two unearned runs, striking out seven and walking just one in the Region Championship on Wednesday versus Houston.  


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Female Scholar

Sneha Sinha
Tennis, 2018
The Lady Dragons tennis star and Southeast Missouri State signee advanced to the doubles state championship with teammate Ramone Britt.  They will face Knoxville Catholic on Thursday at 12pm.
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