Rankings and Accolades

Natalie Estes is the 2018 National Champion in Extemporaneous Commentary

Congratulations to Senior Natalie Estes for winning the 2018 National Championship in Extemporaneous Commentary at the National Speech and Debate Tournament for her speech on women's education. In addition she was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Natalie is the 8th CHS student to qualify for the National Speech and Debate tournament. Congratulations also goes to Coach Robbins for doing an outstanding job preparing our Speech and Debate team for great things.
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CHS Has 14 National Merit Commended Scholars

Please join us in congratulating our 14 National Merit Commended Scholars:
Olivia Murphy, Dani Cagna, Molly Ward, Grace Capooth and Emily Hall, Ethan Hawkins, AJ Smith, Elliot Ahn, Ziven Noorani, Ian Macdougall, Justin Baker, Blake Bullock, Tyler Burns, and Preetham Sanketh.
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CHS ACT 30+ Club Now Has 175 Members

Congratulations to our 30 newest ACT 30+ members:
Seniors: Alaina Barham, Andres Bibiano, Bryce Brown, Connor Freeman, Spencer Givens, Jack Haag, Eric Heilman, John Lewis, Ashley Maxwell, Alyssa Mroz, Julianne Murphy, Sophie Pittman, Jack Rose, Paul Vanderpool, Connor Walsh, McKenna Whitmer, Gemia Williams,
Juniors: Jana Chao, Autumn Erwin, Rachel James, Vedaant Patel, Angelina Perera, Sydney Rehm, Eliza Reynolds, Gaige Talley, Sahithi Thippana, Tanner Wright
Sophomore: Mira Baker, Ian Rainey
Freshmen: Alexandria Hilton
We are so proud of the 175 Dragons who make up this list!
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CHS ACT 30+ Club Now has 215 Members

Our number of Collierville High Students who have a 30 or Above on their ACT continues to soar.  Click on the link to view our 40 newest members who scored a 30+ from the October & December ACT tests.   This brings our total to 215 students.  Congratulations on your accomplishment!!
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Alex Zhang Becomes 1st Person in CHS History to Qualify for the USJMO

Alex Zhang, a 10th grader, has become the first person in the history of CHS to qualify for the USJMO (United States Junior Mathematics Olympiad). He is one of 235 individuals in the nation to have qualified for this contest. In fact, he is the only one from the state of Tennessee to qualify. Congratulations Alex and good luck at the Olympiad!!
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