Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

News and Announcements

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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Three CHS Teams Place at the West Tennessee Regional Contest

Congratulations to our 3 teams for placing at the West Tennessee Regional contest yesterday. Agriculture Issues placed 2nd, Agriculture Communications placed 4th, and Horse Judging placed 5th. All teams will be advancing on to the State level in March in Gatlinburg. Click on the link to see more about the teams.
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CHS Had 48 Winning Pieces at the Mid-South Scholastic Art Competition

Collierville Art Students represented us well at this year’s Mid-South Scholastic Art competition! We had 48 winning pieces! Sponsored by the Brooks Museum, Scholastics had over 3500 works were submitted from schools in West Tennessee, North Mississippi & Eastern Arkansas.
Click the link to see individual winners & stop by the Town Hall to view the works! Gold Keys are hanging at the Brooks Museum.
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International Club World Language Culture Night is Friday the 26th

Attention all Collierville students. Have you ever finished a grueling day at school and had absolutely nothing to do with your day afterwards? Well the international club has got you covered. Come with family, friends, or just yourself to spend time enjoying an assortment of cultural foods and learning about the wonders of different cultures. This unforgettable experience at the World Language Culture Night will be held at the school library from 4:30-6 on Friday the 26th. This is a chance you don’t want to miss.
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Collierville Alum Hunter Bradley To Play in East-West Shrine Game Saturday

Seeking to enhance their NFL prospects, Mississippi State seniors Hunter Bradley (Collierville Grad) and Jordan Thomas will play in the 93rd East-West Shrine Game at 2 p.m. CT Saturday live on NFL Network.

Bradley, considered one of the top long snappers in the country, will represent the East roster. Thomas, a 6-foot-5 wideout/tight end, will suit up for the West roster. The two will be the 27th and 28th Bulldogs to play in the game all-time. Former linebacker Richie Brown, now with the Carolina Panthers, was invited last year.

Bradley and Thomas will play on a familiar surface. The two helped State claim a St. Petersburg Bowl victory last year at Tropicana Field.
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2018 Senior Grad Fees Are Due By March 1st

Class of 2018 *** Senior graduation fees are $100 – which covers cap & gown, diploma/cover, and senior picnic. You may pay online at or bring your payment to Mrs. Czosek in the School Counseling Office.
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Cullen Bertram Selected as High School Diplomat to Japan

Congratulations to CHS Senior, Cullen Bertram for being chosen among only 20 American students for the AIU 2018 High School Diplomats (HSD) Japan program. This full scholarship program gives 20 select HSD U.S. participants the opportunity to travel to Japan for a unique, three-week cultural adventure. The trip scheduled for this summer is divided into three parts: tour, home stay, and the cultural exchange program. Student diplomats will attend Japanese language classes, visit Japan’s famous landmarks, and meet with government officials and other dignitaries. After touring the country, students participate in a homestay for three days. Finally, student diplomats arrive at the Kansai Seminar House in Kyoto, Japan where they are matched with a Japanese roommate to participate in a variety of activities aimed at increasing communication and cultural exchange. Click on the link for more information on the HSD program.
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STAMPS Bilingual Test Payment Link

Students or parents with students involved with the Seal of Bilingual/Biliteracy program and needing to make a payment for the STAMPS Bilingual Test can do so by clicking on the link. If you have any questions feel free to contact Mrs. Misenheimer or Mrs. Reed.
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