Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

News and Announcements

Humanities Map for EPSO Night

Don't forget about the EPSO meeting tonight. Click on the link to see the map of the Humanities (English, Social Studies, the Arts, and Foreign Language) classes. They will be located in the PE Gym.
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STEM/CTE Map for EPSO Night

Don't forget about the EPSO meeting tonight. Click on the link to see the map of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and CTE (Business) classes. They will be located in the Cafeteria.
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CHS Students Perform Well at the Skills-USA Regional Auto Competition

The following placed at the Regional competition:
Eric Gardner – 1st Engine Performance
Zack Terry – 1st Maintenance and Light Repair
Bryson McGregor – 3rd Suspension and Steering/Brakes
Michael Mannon – 2nd Automotive Service Technology
Orlando Camacho – 1st Electrical/Electronics
1st and 2nd places go on to state level in Chattanooga on March 18th. Congratulations to these students.
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TNReady Nextera Demo Platform is Now Open

The general public—including parents and students—can now access the TNReady Nextera Platform demo site. By clicking the link below, you will be able to see sample questions, familiarize yourself with the platform format, and experience online testing. It is not meant to be a demonstration of content, as there are a limited number of items available for math, English language arts, and social studies. An answer key is provided for each subject area.
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CHS Math Team Performs Well at the Ole Miss Math Contest

The Math Team participated in the Ole Miss Math Contest this past Saturday. The ‘B’ Team consisting of Alex Zhang, Richard Li, Bharat Jothilingam, and Mannan Goel placed third. In the individual portion of the contest, Alex Zhang placed 2nd and Akaash Padmanabha placed 3rd. Overall, the CHS math team walked away with $7,392.50 in scholarship winnings.
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ACT Tutoring for Juniors

As a reminder, there is a mandatory tutoring day for any junior who has not scored a 21 or higher on the ACT and who scored a 16 or higher on the practice test in October. That day is February 27. The two days mentioned in the letter are optional (students would attend one of the optional days, not both).

This day will count as a field trip and will not impact the number of days missed or exam exemptions.

Click on the link to read more about ACT tutoring for Juniors.
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