The Collierville High School baseball and soccer teams kicked-off the 2018 season with an impressive start. The Dragons baseball team opened play in the Lewis Harris Memorial Tournament by going 6-0. They defeated Briarcrest Christian, Lausanne, Covington, Dyer County, Lebanon, and Hernando (MS). The Dragons soccer team went 2-0 in a Nashville area tournament. They defeated Brentwood and Summit both by the scores of 2-1. All spring sports will be in action next week.
LIGHT IT UP BLUE with Collierville schools as we help shine a light on autism. The 11th annual World Autism Awareness Day is Monday, April 2nd.
All students, faculty, and community members are encouraged to wear blue from head to toe! Take a selfie in you blue and tag your photos on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter with #LightItUpBlue #colliervilleschools.
Micaela Anderson will be competing at the DECA National Competition in Atlanta, April 21st-24th. Congratulations to her and to the rest of the DECA club team for an outstanding year. Good luck to Micaela at Nationals.
The upcoming Draco Playhouse season schedule has been released and it promises to be worthy of the new Collierville High School. The season kicks off with the children's show, Seussical Jr, in September. Metamorphoses, Greek Myths Reimagined follows in November. The season continues into 2019 with the In the Round show, 12 Angry Jurors, in January. The season finale will be, Mary Poppins the Musical, in April. Be sure to check out all the shows and support the always amazing Dragon Fine Arts Department.
Congratulations to the Dragon Winter Guard for placing 1st at the Houston Competition on March 3rd and the Southaven Competition on February 24th.
The Official CHS Facebook page is now up and running. Click on the link to follow all the great things happening at CHS.
On March 20th, 2018 all Sophomore students will also be participating in a practice ACT test.
The test will be given during the school day under normal operating hours. Upon their arrival to school, all students will report immediately to their testing locations. There is no need to register for the exam, as students will be automatically registered based on their enrollment as a Sophomore at CHS. Sophomore students must remain on campus and report to their remaining classes after completion of the practice test. For general information about the ACT test, click the following link: https://www.tn.gov/education/assessment/act-sat.html