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Collierville High School Alumni Association
PO Box 633
Collierville, TN 38027
School Phone: 901.853.3310

 
 
CHSAA Mission
 

The Collierville High School Alumni Association has three main priorities:

Fund scholarships for CHS seniors
Keep alumni informed and involved with CHS
Provide monetary support for special initiatives at CHS

 

The CHSAA was formed in 2004 with the primary objective of providing Scholarships for CHS seniors. The initial funding sources were the Mary Louise Cox Estate and The Jasper Stark Foundation. Additional funding comes from Alumni and individuals who support CHS.  Our goal is to continue to increase the amounts and number of scholarships awarded to CHS graduates.

 

We strive to keep alumni informed about current happenings at CHS, alumni events as well as construction progress of our new high school campus opening in Fall 2018. We highlight CHS alumni doing great things with their Collierville Schools education. CHSAA is also available to help with class reunion planning.

 

CHSAA would like to increase its direct support of special initiatives at CHS. Examples: teacher grants, sponsorship of events, assistance with on-site needs, etc.

CHSAA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and donations are tax-deductible. Donations to CHSAA directly fund college scholarships and ongoing support of Collierville High School. CHS leadership, faculty and students appreciate your continued support.

 
Mail check donations to:
CHSAA
PO Box 633
Collierville, TN 38027
 

CHS Says Thank You Collierville

CHS students, faculty, and staff would like to thank everyone involved with helping the new CHS become a reality. Special thanks to the citizens of Collierville for your unwavering support of education. It's great to be a Dragon!

CHS Alum Competed in Optimist International Oratorical World Championship

Miles Thomas, a 2018 CHS graduate, was among more than 40 worldwide participants to compete at the 2017-18 Optimist International Oratorical World Championship. Contestants delivered speeches on: “Where are My Roots of Optimism?” during the competition at the Center for Global Leadership at St. Louis University. Click on the link to read more about Miles and his experiences at the competition.

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.

CHS Alumni Scholarship Recipients

Click on the link to view the Alumni Scholarship award winners. Congratulations to all the recipients and thanks to the Collierville Alumni Association for giving back to the school.

Draco Playhouse Alums, Jose Alpizar and Ellen Carr, To Perform Off-Broadway

Congratulations to Draco Playhouse alums, Jose Alpizar and Ellen Carr who will be performing Off-Broadway in New York this summer at the New York Musical Festival where “Next to Normal,” “Chaplin,” “[Title of Show],” and “In Transit” all got their starts. CHS is proud of them as they perform in “American Hero”.

CHS Alumni, Olan Rogers, Has a Show Premiering on TBS in February

CHS Alumni and outstanding art student, Thomas “Olan” Rogers (Class of 2005), has a show premiering on TBS this February. Congratulations to him and click on the link to read more about his upcoming show, Final Space, highlighted in the Rolling Stone Magazine article, 10 Best TV Shows to See in February.

CHS Class of 2004 Graduate, Dwan Hill, Wins a Grammy

Dwan Hill, a 2004 graduate of CHS, was a serious music student, spending two years in Band, as a keyboardist, and then two in Chamber Choir, as a singer. While here, he started a gospel choir which met after school and lasted several years. He graduated from Belmont University with a music degree and is now working in the recording industry in Nashville. He also is the Worship Director at Nashville Life Church. Last night he won his first Grammy as a songwriter of the top gospel song of the year, sung by CeCe Winans.

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