News and Announcements

Perfect Attendance iPad Giveaway

Students with perfect attendance for the 2018-19 academic year will have the chance to win a brand new Apple iPad!
All eligible students will be entered into a drawing for one new Apple iPad (6th generation, 32 GB). Perfect attendance is defined as no tardies and no absences for the entire school year. Make sure you are at school every single day with no tardies!
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CHS has 3 Coca-Cola Scholar Semifinalists

Please help us congratulate Luke MacDougall, Ian MacDougall, and Amy Zhou on being named 2019 Coca-Cola Scholar Semifinalists. Only 1,896 students were selected out of 95,000 submitted applications from across the country to continue through the selection process. We are so proud of this accomplishment!!
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ASVAB Test Information

Juniors and Seniors,
CHS will be offering the ASVAB on 2/5/18. Click the link below, and complete the form, if you wish to participate in the ASVAB on this day. The deadline to register is 1/18/19.
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ACT Information for Saturday, December 8th

Students should park or be dropped off in the faculty parking lot (also where the car rider line is during the week). Enter through Entrance 2 off Sycamore Road or Entrance 3 off Shelby Drive. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00 AM so students should arrive early to find their testing location. Rosters with room assignments will be posted just inside the building when entering through the faculty entrance. Be sure to bring your admission ticket, photo ID, calculator, and sharpened pencils.
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Angel Tree Week

Angel Tree Week is Monday (12-3) through Friday (12-7). Monday is PJ Day. Tuesday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day. Wednesday is Sleigh Day. Thursday is S'Winter Day. Friday is Holiday Spirit Day and the Angel Tree Program. Check out the cover photo for more information.
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Important Information From the NHTSA About Student Safety

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is urging motorists to exercise caution and follow State laws when approaching a school bus or school crossing. Following a string of recent tragedies in Florida, Indiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky, NHTSA is calling on the public and media to help educate communities on ways to reduce incidents of stop-arm violations and ensure all students arrive to and from school safely.
Click on the link to read more about being safe driving around kids going to and from school.
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