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Science National Honor Society Application Information

Juniors and Seniors can now apply for Science National Honor Society  
To be accepted, you must be a Junior or Senior currently enrolled in an upper-level science course and you must have taken at least 3 honors or AP science courses (this can include this year’s science courses).  You also need to have an overall unweighted GPA of 3.0 AND an unweighted GPA of 3.5 in all Science courses.  Dues are $20 once you are accepted. The deadline is November 5th. Click on the link to apply.
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Dragons Swimming Dominates In First Meet

The Collierville High School swimming team had a great start to their season last night at the 1st meet of the year.

Collierville posted a dominant performance with a combined score of 220.50. The boys took first place with a score of 113 and the girls finished at the top with a score of 107.50.

Click on the link to see the full results.
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All Region Football Team Announced

Congratulations to the following CHS Dragons for making the 2018 TSSAA Region 7 6A All Region Team:
1st Team
Jordan Henderson (DB), Justin Stonework (WR), Kayvon Anderson (TE), Mitch Austin (QB), CJ Barnes (DE), Jared Dawson (DT), and Sam Cardenas (P)
2nd Team
Cade Cupp (LB), Christian Sammons (LB), and Sean Johnson (DE)

Go Dragons!!
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EPSO Week Highlights Industry Certification

It’s Early Postsecondary Opportunities Week in Tennessee! Each day this week, we will highlight a different early postsecondary opportunity available to students in Collierville Schools.
What are Early Postsecondary Opportunities?
Early Postsecondary Opportunities allow students to:
Earn college credits while still in high school
Become familiar with college expectations
Develop confidence and skills for success in college
Make informed college and career decisions
Decrease the time and cost of completing a certificate, diploma, or degree
Today’s highlighted early postsecondary opportunities are Industry Certifications.
Industry Certifications are earned through both high school and college career and technical education (CTE) courses. High school students are encouraged to focus their elective credits on career-aligned learning pathways that culminate with earning a nationally recognized industry certification. Each certification is aligned to college and career opportunities and with skills that students should have acquired through their chosen program of study. Students are required to pass an exam to earn an industry certification. Some colleges and universities award college credit for earning certifications. Check with Admissions at the college or university of your choice to determine if they award credit for industry certifications.
Be sure to speak with your counselor for more information about courses that lead to Industry Certifications in Collierville.
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Collierville Girls Soccer Thumps Stewarts Creek at State Tournament

Collierville's girls soccer team defeated Houston (2-1) in the region championship and Henry County (4-0) in the sectional championship match to advance to this week's state tournament.

Collierville (18-3-0) began the tournament Wednesday with a 4-0 victory over Stewarts Creek at the Siegel Soccer Complex in Murfreesboro. They will play Bearden on Thursday evening at 7pm. Winner will advance to Saturday's state championship.
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EPSO Week Highlights Local Dual Credit

It’s Early Postsecondary Opportunities Week in Tennessee! Each day this week, we will highlight a different early postsecondary opportunity available to students in Collierville Schools.
What are Early Postsecondary Opportunities?
Early Postsecondary Opportunities allow students to:
Earn college credits while still in high school
Become familiar with college expectations
Develop confidence and skills for success in college
Make informed college and career decisions
Decrease the time and cost of completing a certificate, diploma, or degree
Today’s highlighted early postsecondary opportunities are Dual Credit courses.
Dual Credit courses are available in two types: Statewide Dual Credit and Local Dual Credit. Statewide Dual Credit courses have been developed by high school and college faculty to give students an opportunity to earn credit that can be applied to any public college in Tennessee. Local Dual Credit courses allow students the potential to earn college credit from a college while in high school if he/she chooses to attend that college after high school. Both Statewide and Local Dual Credit courses require students to pass an exam at the end of the course.
Be sure to speak with your counselor for more information about Dual Credit courses in Collierville.
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EPSO Week Highlights Dual Enrollment

It’s Early Postsecondary Opportunities Week in Tennessee! Each day this week, we will highlight a different early postsecondary opportunity available to students in Collierville Schools.
What are Early Postsecondary Opportunities?
Early Postsecondary Opportunities allow students to:
Earn college credits while still in high school
Become familiar with college expectations
Develop confidence and skills for success in college
Make informed college and career decisions
Decrease the time and cost of completing a certificate, diploma, or degree
Today’s highlighted early postsecondary opportunities are Dual Enrollment courses.
A Dual Enrollment course is a college course taught either on a college campus, at a high school, or online. These courses are taught by college professors or high school teachers who meet the requirements to teach a college-level course. Students who take a Dual Enrollment course are enrolled in college and earn college credit upon successful completion of the course. Once completed, the credit is put on the college transcript and can be transferred to other colleges and universities.
Be sure to speak with your counselor for more information about Dual Enrollment courses in Collierville.
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