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(Pictured left to right: Monica Becerra, Taylor Banty, Mrs. Julie McConnell, and Kendrick Pruitte)
  Several students from Mrs. McConnell's AP Government classes made a presentation to the Colonial Heights City Council on March 10, 2015. They created a power point on limiting the use of plastic bags in the city. The students were first introduced to this topic during their City Government Day experience in December. Some of the students felt so strongly about the good that could come from limiting single-use plastic bags that they continued working on the topic during 2nd semester. The City Council members were very receptive to the students' idea and commended them on expanding their government education beyond the 1st semester course. Congratulations on a job well done!

  The Health Advisory Board will be holding a 5K Fun Run/Walk in conjunction with the 5th Annual Cruise In' for Cancer Memorial Car Show on May 30, 2015 (rain date June 6, 2015) starting at 8:00am at CHHS. 

Juniors, do you want to see and save those precious moments during Ring Dance? You may now order candids by going to: http://www.candidcolor.net, select Dance Portraits, and Enter Access Code: COLRD15

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2nd Annual

Bargains & Blooms
Spring Craft Show & Yard Sale

Sponsored by After Prom 2015

Saturday, April 18, 2015
9:00 am ~ 1:00 pm
Colonial Heights High School
3600 Conduit Road

Please return your registration forms and payment ASAP to secure your spot! Thank you for your support of After Prom 2015!


"Fundraising efforts underway to send 3 theatre students and chaperone to National Thespian Festival"


  "Kayla Banks (left) and her theatre peers Jeremiah Lucas and Casey Ridpath were among the International Thespian Society state winners who will be moving on to the National Thespian Festival in June." 
  "Colonial Heights High School senior Kayla Banks imagined herself going to the Olympics one day to play softball, but all of that changed when a teacher encouraged her to audition for a school theatre production in her second year of high school..."

   Thank you to our PTSO organization for taking care of us once again!  Before Parent/Teacher conferences on Monday, March 2nd, we feasted with a taco bar and sweet goodies!  As always, we appreciate all they do for our school, students, and staff!

    Congratulations to Jared Morgan and Noah Murdock for being named 1st team all conference basketball players!  Another shout-out is made for Brandon Smith and Jackson Cox for their Honorable Mention placement in the all conference basketball program.  Last, but not least, well wishes to Coach John Thomas who was named the Conference 25 Basketball Coach of the Year!  Well done!!!

Congratulations to Christina Fiol for making the VA State Band!

Congratulations to Janell Armstead who placed 4th in the state competition.

  Congratulations to the following students that reached the AAA State Swimming Meet. Josh McBryde, Kyle Hammond, Hank Rosser, Jacob Marks, Cami DiSanto, Elizabeth Magnusson, Abigail Richey, Cassie McBryde, Bethany Kocik, Emyle Warro and Alexis Page.

Principal's Message

Here's a WARM welcome to the month of March!
With the amount of fallen snow in February and the number of days missed, we are ready to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring. March opens with Interim progress report distribution on Monday, March 2nd. This is the same night as Parent/Teacher Conferences that will be at the high school from 4-7 that evening. Directly after the conferences, the Winter Athletic Awards will be held in the Auditorium at 7 p.m.
The annual Volunteer-a-Thon event has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 7th from 11-2:30. This is an excellent opportunity for the students to outreach and help others in the community. While the Volunteer-a-Thon takes place, the Ring Dance sponsors and parents will begin to transform the gym into a beautiful "Enchanted Evening" for members of the junior class. The Ring Dance is truly a one-of-a-kind formal event and a Colonial Heights' tradition. The Ring Dance will be held on Saturday, March 14th.
Our middle and high school band programs will be competing for Virginia State Honor Band recognition on March 13th and 14th. We typically do quite well because the program is so fluid and strong. I know we are all looking forward to placing another year of accomplishments that are proudly reflected on a banner in our front hall.
On Tuesday, March 17th, schools across Virginia will be participating in a tornado drill at 9:45. The local authorities typically assist us with this drill to ensure that we are prepared should an issue arise. On that same day, the division will be celebrating its Fine Arts Festival at 6 p.m. at Colonial Heights High School. This is a great opportunity for the city to see beautiful pieces and creations by our smallest Rembrandts and our talented secondary artists. Performances will be held by our choir, color guard, drama, and band programs. It really is a unique night that is a pleasure to visit and see.
As we end the month and the weather cooperates and becomes bearable, I would really encourage you to come out to any of our spring events. There are events that match all spectator tastes--baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, and track. There will be many competitive games and matches for our community to enjoy!

Onward to Spring...

With Colonial Pride