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CHS Knowledge Bowl Teams Perform Well at Arlington Quiz Bowl

The CHS Knowledge Bowl team took 5 teams to the Arlington Quiz Bowl Tournament this past weekend. The 'B' Team won a 3-question, sudden-death tiebreaker match against White Station B to make the playoffs, alongside our 'A' Team. Both teams advanced to the semifinals, but each lost its match. They faced each other in the Consolation match with the 'B' Team winning and receiving the 3rd Place trophy. The other 3 teams also competed well. The ‘A’ Team consisted of captain Sri Choudannavar, Preetham Sanketh, Harrison Stewart, Brandon Zhang, and Emily Sun. The ‘B’ Team consisted of Jake Akins, Sudhev Sudheer, Alex Zhang, Subhash Eedarapalli, and Saranya Thota.
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CHS Boys Basketball Tryouts are October 29th

Tryouts for Boys Basketball will take place on Oct. 29th. 10th-12th graders will tryout from 2:15-3:45. Freshmen will tryout from 4:00-5:30 You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2018 and you must have completed the online SportsWare information. Click on the link for more information.
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EPSO Week Highlights CLEP Exams

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 opportunity is the CLEP program.
Developed by the College Board, College Level Examination Program, or CLEP, exams are used to assess mastery of college-level material learned in a variety of ways – through general academic instruction, significant independent study, or extracurricular work. Students earning a passing score on the exam can earn credit that is accepted at over 2,900 colleges and universities. Check with Admissions at the college or university of your choice to determine if they accept CLEP credit and required passing scores.
Be sure to speak with your counselor for more information about earning CLEP credits in Collierville.
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Hurricane Michael Donation Drive Sponsored by HOSA

HOSA club is hosting a donation drive this week to help those affected by Hurricane Michael. Click on the link to see how you can help out. If you have any questions please see Ms Spangler in room C130 or Ms Coleman in room C109. There will also be donation bins in attendance and the library.
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Early Postsecondary Opportunities Week in Tennessee

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 AP courses.
The College Board’s Advanced Placement, or AP, program provides an opportunity for high school students to experience college-level coursework across multiple subjects. Each AP course is aligned to a subject-specific AP exam, which provides students the potential to earn credit for college coursework in that subject. Students who earn a 3, 4, or 5 on the AP exam may earn college credit for that subject. To determine if your score earns credit and how much credit, check with Admissions at the college of your choice.

Be sure to speak with your counselor for more information about AP courses in Collierville.
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Tennessee Governor's School 2019

The Tennessee Governor's Schools provide eleven challenging and high-intensity summer programs for current tenth and eleventh grade students. Students interested in participating in a Governor's Schools program should click on the link to find out more information.
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Pride of Collierville Band Finishes 5th at Bandmaster's Championship

Please congratulate members of the Pride of Collierville as they competed in the Bandmaster’s Championship this past weekend at the Liberty Bowl and earned 5th place. They have not reached this placement in 6 years!! Go to http://bit.ly/CHSBandUM to see the video of their performance.

Good luck to the band this weekend as they will be traveling to their final competition in St. Louis, MO.
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Collierville Lady Dragons stop Houston, will play for state tournament berth

Considering how strong the Collierville Lady Dragon soccer program has been for years and the team finished as state runnerup last season, it's hard to call Thursday's 2-1 win over Houston a huge upset.

However, it was a surprise to most people outside of the Collierville program. It was the Lady Dragons' first region title in more than 10 years and Houston, which has won four state titles since 2010, was the reason it had been so long.

Collierville (16-3) will host Henry County Saturday at 1 p.m. in a sectional game. The winner advances to the Class AAA state tournament next week in Murfreesboro. The season is over for the loser.
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