Welcome to Colonial Heights High School


 Attention Parents:
None at this time.
Attention Students:
Please review the Homecoming Guidelines below.

October 10th
$7 in advance | $10 at the door
   Tickets will be sold during the week of October 5-9 during all 3 lunches for students to purchase.
Student ID's
    All current CHHS students attending the dance must have a valid CHHS ID issued by the school for admittance to the dance.
Replacement ID's cost $5.00 
Outside Guest
    All approved outside guests must have a valid government issued ID or current (issued this year) school ID. All CHHS students taking an outside guest will need to attend one of the two outside guest meeting.Wednesday October 7th. 7:00am or 2:25pm
    Homecoming is a semi formal affair. Students need to take into consideration that they will be dancing so clothing needs to stay appropriate. If there is a question in regards to dress or attire being appropriate, the student needs to see an administrator as soon as possible.  

Dress Code for Males
    Males should wear dress pants or khakis at their waists, collared dress shirt, tie, belt, and dress shoes (no tennis or skateboarding shoes will be allowed). Objects like canes, wallet chains, or hats are not allowed.

Dress Code for Females

    Females should wear a fingertip-length dress. Dresses with cut outs, excessive cleavage, plunging neck lines, back outs, bare or visible midriffs, and inappropriate slits will not be permitted. This is a school-sponsored event, so dress code applies. Remember, dresses that are so tight that they ride up when dancing are not permitted. Appropriate undergarments should be worn.  

Security will be present and students will be denied access if dress code is out of compliance. 
This is an alcohol and drug free dance.

  Congratulation to James Garcia Otero
for becoming a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists

Darien Canada for making #8SportsBlitz Player of the Week
  "Darien Canada ran for 191 yards and four touchdowns as Colonial Heights moved to 2-1 with a 28-12 win over Southampton Friday. This is Canada's first year at Colonial Heights after moving to town from the San Antonio area. The senior gave all the credit to his line. Colonials' Head Coach Remus James said Canada's hard work in the offseason and natural track star ability have combined to create a talented back. The Colonials next face Thomas Dale." -COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. (WRIC)

Principal's Message

   We have finished our first month of school and we have officially rolled into the month of October. This is an exciting month with senior class meetings on Thursday, October 1st with Herff Jones. Students will be bringing home cap / gown and graduation announcement options. Our tradition of taking an informal picture of the class at White Bank Park will continue on Friday, October 2nd.

   Homecoming week will begin on Monday, October 5th through Friday, October 9th. Each day, students and staff will have a theme designated to us by our Student Government Association. The week culminates with a home football game, king and queen crowning, and our Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 10th.

   The dance is hosted and sponsored by our Parent / Teacher / Student Association. A lot of time and effort is placed into this event by our parents and our staff. Dress is school appropriate finger-tip length dresses that are semi-formal for ladies. Gentlemen must wear dress shoes, belts, tucked in shirts, and a tie. If there are questions about attire, please encourage students to see administration as soon as possible. Mrs. Moody opened up a Homecoming dress shop for students, completely free and optional for students. Twenty-three students, and counting, have been outfitted by our school community's generosity. The night is truly a lot of fun and it is really special to see the students all dressed up and enjoying themselves in a safe environment.

   On Thursday, October 8th, Progress Reports will be distributed at the high school. All classes will be distributing these reports; unless, the student is enrolled in a study hall course. The reports will be helpful when Parent/Teacher Conferences are held on Monday, October 12th from 4-7. Some of the teachers will be distributing sign-up genius information for parents who would rather have a scheduled appointment time to meet. I really do hope you will be able to make it.

   At this event, our PTSO takes care of us by providing fellowship and a warm meal. Their generosity is always most welcome and greatly appreciated by the staff.

   Here's to another great month and an awesome 2015-2016 fall season!

   With Colonial Pride