Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

News and Announcements

CHS Leads the State in Presidential Scholars Candidates With Nine

Congratulations to Benjamin May, Akaash Padmanabha, Kendall Sewell, Rachel Shin, Jefferson Wang, Anurag Epparla, Nicholas Hayes, Richard Li and Maia Woodard for being named Presidential Scholars Candidates. Only about 2,600 or .0667% of High School Seniors qualify for this honor. Good luck to these students moving forward when the Presidential Scholar Semifinalists will be announced in mid April. Click on the link to read more about this program.
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CHS Band to Collaborate With Distinguished Wind Band Conductors

The Collierville High School Band is excited to welcome and collaborate with two nationally distinguished wind band conductors this weekend! The band will be working closely with both of these clinicians in an effort to prepare for the state concert band assessment in March. The clinicians will be working with the students for over ten hours to refine thier musicianship, tone production, articulation, rhythm, dynamics and a host of other skills required by these performers. These are all skills and development opportunities that help make the music jump off the page to engage the audience. Click on the link to read more about these conductors.
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CHS Now Has Twelve Students With a Perfect ACT Score

Congratulations to Senior Joshua Darby and Freshman Emily Sun for achieving a perfect score of 36 on the most recent ACT. They join Nirmal Bhatt, Anurag Epparla, Ben May, Rachel Shin, Maia Woodard, Richard Li, Akaash Padmanabhe, Nick Hayes, Jefferson Wang, and Kendell Sewell in achieving this very rare accomplishment. Only 1/10th of 1% of students taking the ACT score a perfect 36.
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CHS Class of 2004 Graduate, Dwan Hill, Wins a Grammy

Dwan Hill, a 2004 graduate of CHS, was a serious music student, spending two years in Band, as a keyboardist, and then two in Chamber Choir, as a singer. While here, he started a gospel choir which met after school and lasted several years. He graduated from Belmont University with a music degree and is now working in the recording industry in Nashville. He also is the Worship Director at Nashville Life Church. Last night he won his first Grammy as a songwriter of the top gospel song of the year, sung by CeCe Winans.
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CPR and AED Certification For Students

Get your American Heart Association CPR/AED certification for adults, infants & children on February 7th & 8th in the high school library from
2:30 – 4:30. Deadline to sign-up is Monday, January 29th and space is limited. Click on the link to find out more about this opportunity.
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CHS Has 14 University of Memphis Honor Choir Participants

The University of Memphis Honor Choir is a great connector event for these students to pursue scholarships in music. Congratulations to these students:
Roman Austin, Matthew White, Cooper Clack, Taymon Lester, Emily Hale, Harley Bond, Emma Stopher, Emma Waycaster, Cameron Hutson, Shreya Reddy, Jordan Ronan, Dehn Basham, Victoria Jones, and Jewelz Simpson
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CHS Class of 2017-2018 Hall of Fame

Congratulations to: Roman Austin, Nima Babajani, Bryce Batey, William Beck, Marcus Bersoza, Cullen Bertram, Jared Briant, Cooper Clack, Connors, Anurag Epparla, Natalie Estes, Daniel Hancock, Nicholas Hayes, Benjamin May, Madeline McMillian, Emma Mcvay, Amanda Molner, Jeri Raines, Shayna Ryan, Sneha Sinha, and Jada Taylor for being named to the CHS Hall of Fame.
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