Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

Non-Faculty Coaches

Jensen Added As Band Assistant

Collierville High School band director, James Barnes, has announced the addition of Braden Jensen to his staff as a non-faculty assistant. Jensen is a Houston High School graduate. He studied Music Education-Instrumental at The University of Memphis.
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Former Rhodes QB Joins Collierville Football Staff

Collierville High School Head Football Coach Mike O'Neill has announced the addition of Tyler Perkins to his coaching staff. Perkins, a former Rhodes College quarterback, graduated from Bolton High School. He was mentored in high school by current CHS offensive coordinator Tommy Miller and will assist quarterbacks/running backs at the 9th grade level. The Dragons open the 2017 season, August 18th, at Olive Branch.
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California Assistant Named New CHS Mountain Biking Head Coach

Collierville High School announced Thursday that Ryan Clark has been named the Head Coach of the Mountain Biking team. Clark will begin duties immediately. The Denver, Colorado native has raced professionally over the last decade. Last year he served as a volunteer coach, at the high school level in Southern California, prior to moving to Collierville. Clark's staff will include faculty sponsors Drew Hensarling and Dr. Beth Sansone.
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Lauren McAden Joins Collierville Cheer Staff

The Collierville High School cheerleading squad continues to add college-level experience to their staff. Former University of Memphis cheer team member, Lauren McAden, will join the Dragons. The Memphis-native will coach tumbling in the 2017-2018 season.
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Former Dragon Virlisa Pryor To Join Track Staff

The Collierville High School track program has added a former member of it's team to the coaching staff. Virlisa Pryor, a 2009 Collierville High School graduate, is the new addition. Collierville Track is hosting the 17th annual Dragon Relays April 21st and April 22nd.
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Collierville Cheer Adds Tumbling Instructor

Adam Brittick will bring over 16-years of coaching experience to Collierville High School. Adam has been a permanent fixture throughout the Memphis area and has taught tumbling to numerous teams across the Mid-South. He has also given tumbling instruction to the University of Memphis and the University of Mississippi. Adam is a tumbling coach icon throughout the Mid-South and has maintained a level of prestige and excellence, which has solidified him as one of the top tumbling instructors in the country. Adam also serves the Greater Memphis area as a Memphis Police Officer. Adam and his wife Ashley have 3 children; Landon, Tatum and Knox.
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Dragons Track Adds Jesse Green To Staff

The Collierville High School track program has announced the addition of Jesse Green to it's coaching staff. Green and the Dragons begin the season March 11, with the West Tennessee Jamboree, at Houston High School.
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