Welcome to Colonial Heights High School

Welcome to Colonial Heights High School

Rayquan Rogers - Hampden-Sydney 
 Colin Mott - Drake University 
 Andrew Daisey - Christopher Newport University

Colonial Heights High School
Fall 2017 Athletic Awards

Field Hockey (State Qualifier)

Aubrey Rowe - 2nd Team All Region | Mary Martino - 2nd Team All Region

Ashlynne Young - Honorable Mention | Allie Sarinana - Honorable Mention


Kari Johnston - 1st Team All Region | Jules Benninghoff - 2nd Team All Region 

Victoria Kolev - 2nd Team All Region


Ashton Tudor - 2nd Team All Region

Girls Volleyball

Emma Anderson - 1st Team All Region | Lauren Boyd - 2nd Team All Region 

Abbey Wilson - 2nd Team All Region | Haleigh Reid - Honorable Mention All Region


Colin Mott - 2nd Team All Region | Austin Hart - 2nd Team All Region 

Rayquan Rogers - 2nd Team All Region | Jacen Fowlkes - 2nd Team All Region 

Josh Bridges - Honorable Mention All Region | Jayme Ramsey - Honorable Mention All Region

Boys Volleyball

Grayson Andrews - 2nd Team All Region | Hayden Crowder - 2nd Team All Region

Cross Country

Nate Jennings - 1st Team All Region State Qualifier | John Temu 1st Team All Region State Qualifier

Volunteer-a-thon 2018 Feb 10th 11-1

Surviving Your Adolescent Workshop

 The Parent Resource Center is hosting another parent workshop, Surviving Your Adolescent, on Thursday, January 25th. Find the Flyer and Registration link below 

#SnoCo2k18 Snow Coming Dance Sat Feb 10th 7:30pm to 11pm

 CHHS December

Athletes of the Month

Congratulations to Lorenzo Minter and Ellen McCoy

CHHS New Playground

The children in Mother's Day Out at CH Tech Center playing on the new playground for the first time. They loved it and gave it a "thumbs up!" Their smiles were priceless.

Dunlop House Logo
Thank you to the Dunlop House and their managing company, Coordinated Services Management, Inc. for their $500.00 donation to CHHS. The funding will go towards our continued community outreach.

CHHS Senior Builds Microgreens Business From Ground Up

Trent Jackson, a senior at Colonial Heights High School, grows microgreens in his greenhouse, including broccoli shoots, yellow corn shoots, pea shoots, sunflower shoots, basic salad mix, spicy salad mix, basil micros, and cilantro micros and sells them at various farmers markets and to local restaurants. [contributed photo/progress-index.com] To see more visit The Progress Index

Franklin Holiday Classic Champions

Congratulations to the Boys Basketball Team!

Moose Lodge Logo 
Coach Thomas and the Boys Basketball team accept $1000 donation from the Local Moose Lodge
Thank you to the Hopewell Moose Lodge.
They donated $1000 to our Boys Basketball Team!

First New Teacher Forum

 From left to right are Joe Douglas, VASCD President

Thank you to Chesterfield and Colonial Heights for partnering with VASCD!

Chesterfield County Schools hosted VASCD's first New Teacher Forum in November. The evening included dinner, a panel discussion, and small group conversations on concerns of new teachers. All new teachers in Virginia were offered free memberships in VASCD for 2017-18. They receive a newsletter each month containing resources curated for new teachers from ASCD's myTeachSource. 

 Pictured above are experienced educators from Colonial Heights and Henrico who volunteered to serve as panel members. From left to right are Joe Douglas, VASCD President; Dana Barefoot; Tabitha Strickler, VASCD's New Teacher Mentor; Robyn Green, Stephanie Root, and Tiffany Carter. Thanks for your contributions!

Information about Special Education Advisory Committee Flyer


Colonial Heights Public Schools believes it is essential that our websites are accessible by all people.  The Division will modify its current websites in a manner consistent with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended in 1998 (29 U.S.C. ยง 794 (d)) to make our web content more accessible to people with disabilities.

Principal's Message

   Welcome to Second Term!

   We have had a great start to the semester. It is so nice to start fresh and new. The winter athletic season is wrapping up and we are headed to post-season play. Administration is meeting with classes to make sure we are reacquainted with general student expectations.

   Our annual Volunteer-A-Thon will take place from 11:00-1:00 on Saturday, February 10th. This is a great opportunity for students to give back to their community. That same night, we will be hosting a benefit dance entitled "SnoCo2K18" from 7:30-11:00. The dance will aid staff member, Ryan Shepperson and his family. Mr. Shepperson's little boy, Will, has sickle cell anemia and he had a cell transplant from his little brother. As one could imagine, the expenses associated with caring for two recovering youngsters is quite costly. I think it is pretty amazing that our kids came up with the idea of a dance. It is a win win for all.

   With all the loopy weather in January, we are looking at remediating and retesting both Earth Science and Reading during the week of February 12th. Affected students will be notified and any missed work will be easily made up. It will feel good to place a period to the fall SOL testing window.

   During the month of February, we recognize Black History Month with our annual morning trivia contest. Students should listen carefully each day to earn an opportunity for a $5 gift card. It is pretty exciting and fun.

   Here's to another great New Year and snow-free forecasts.

   With Pride,

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