Welcome to Colonial Heights High School

Welcome to Colonial Heights High School


AP Biology Field Trip



Colonial Heights High School AP Biology class took a trip to Crabtree Falls in Nelson County, VA




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 Emilie Rhodes and Brooklyn DiPalma pose with Publix Check
Pictured: Emilie Rhodes and Brooklyn DiPalma pose with the Publix check.
 
 A huge thank you to Publix! CHHS truly appreciates the $500 donation!




 
  Colonial Heights won first place at the regional VHSL competition yesterday with their One-Act play The Moon, Please by Diana Son. The play consists of only two characters played by Ne'Sha Jones and Ryan Rudolph - Dawson. They also came home with two individual awards. Ryan won 3rd Best Actor in the region and Ne'Sha received Number One Best Actor in the region. 
 
  They progress to Super Regionals this Saturday at Warren County High School. Listed below are the names of the students who were on the technical crew. 
 
Stage Manager: Tori Sanders 
Lights & Sound: Cherysh Goldstein 
Stage Hand: J'Maria Bynum 
Stage Hand: Benita Ojeriakhu 




 
2017 Turkey Trot
Sponsored by Colonial Heights Chamber of Commerce
November 23, 9am
 
Forms & money can be turned in by current students to the bookkeeper in the main office. 
Checks should be made payable to CH Chamber of Commerce
 
 




 CHHS November

Athletes of the Month

 
 
Congratulations to Nate Jennings and Abbey Wilson




 CHHS October

Athletes of the Month

 
 
Congratulations to Haden Crowder and Hannah Madren




 CHHS September

Athletes of the Month

 
 
Congratulations to Hunter Spence (Football) and Aubrey Rowe (Field Hockey)




 

Field Trip to Great Wall of China...Virtually!


China Expedition in VR sceneKate Garrett and her class tour Great Wall of China VR
Kate Garrett and her class take virtual reality tours of the Great Wall of China.
 
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A huge thank you to Walmart for supporting our school and schools across the division with annual donations for our kids!




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Rudy Hawkins Teaching to class Rudy Hawkins Teaching to class
Big Thank you Rudy Hawkins Electrical for talking with our computer math classes about scratch
 




CHHS Tour



Colonial Heights City Council, School Board, and community members take a tour of our new spaces in action!




Information about Special Education Advisory Committee Flyer



SECTION 508 COMPLIANCE

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. § 794 (d)) to make our web content more accessible to people with disabilities.










Principal's Message

   It is so unbelievable to me, but our 1st nine weeks ends on November 3rd. It has been a busy time, but a good time here at the high school. With the start of second nine weeks on Monday, November 6th, students should look at it as an opportunity to build upon or reboot their classes.

   Writing of rebooting, teachers will be receiving in-service on Tuesday, November 7th. That day is a holiday for students with buildings being utilized for Election Day. There are many CHHS staff members who will be touring college campuses that day. A big "thank you" to our transportation department and school counseling team for arranging all of this. It really is a great opportunity for our students and staff to explore post-secondary settings.

   Our sports seasons are entering into postseason play. This year, we roll directly into regionals, rather than conference play. Many of our fall sports programs have pretty impressive records, so it will be exciting to see how far along the Colonials advance.

   Our theater department will be presenting its One Act performances to the public on Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th. The athletic department will be holding its winter sportsmanship night on Thursday, November 16th. The fall athletic awards will be held on Tuesday, November 21st.

   We round out the month with a Thanksgiving Break on November 23rd and 24th. Wednesday, November 22nd, is a ½ day school day. Have a relaxing and thankful time with your families. We look forward to seeing students and staff back on Monday, November 27th.

   With Pride,



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