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Congratulations Varsity Boys Basketball!
Conference 25 Champions!

Celebrate Career & Technical Education Month 
  Governor McAuliffe has proclaimed February as CTE Month. CTE provides career exploration and skills development to more than 550,000 Virginia students in grades 6-12. Colonial Heights High School offers just a crosswalk away...

Keyboarding Applications, Computer Information Systems, Advanced Computer Information Systems, Principles of Business and Marketing, Economics and Personal Finance, Accounting, Advanced Accounting, Early Childhood Education I, Early Childcare Education II, Culinary/ProStart I, Culinary/ProStart II, Culinary/ProStart III, Electricity I, Electricity II, Technical Drawing and Design, Engineering Drawing and Design, Architectural Drawing and Design, Technology Foundations, Technology Transfer, Technology of Robotic Design, Introduction to Nursing, Nurse Aide, Automotive Technology I, Automotive Technology II, Marketing, Advanced Marketing, Fashion Marketing, Advanced Fashion Marketing, Design, Multimedia and Web Technologies, and Introduction to Coding.

Colonial Heights swimmers compete in regionals, several qualify for states 
Colonial Heights swimmer Erin Hood competes in the 100 yard freestyle. Nicholas Vandeloecht/progress-index.com
RICHMOND - Colonial Heights Swimming head coach Thomas Brandon called it an "exceptional day" for his Colonials as they competed in the regional tournament with several qualifying for the state competition.......continue reading at Progress Index

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CHHS Students Artwork Published

The following HS artists on being PUBLISHED in the quarterly state-wide magazine:
Jacob King | Paisley Loucks | Linda Collins | Summer Gunn | Claire Hill
National Arts Education Association publishes a magazine for each state, and these students were published at least once (some more than once) in the VAEA (Virginia) magazine. Please click on the link and check out pages 9, 14, 15, 17, and the Back Cover, and then make sure to congratulate our fantastic artists.

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Principal's Message

Welcome to Second Semester Colonials!

   It is hard to believe that we wrapped up one term and we are onward into four new classes. First term was pretty great, so I have the same expectations for the second one.

   The school counseling office and the teaching staff worked diligently to close out one term and start anew. Besides some lunchtime maneuvering to make the lines more equitable, the first week was pretty flawless.

   Administration will meet with classes in the coming weeks to review campus and bus expectations. The school counseling office will also be visiting underclassmen to start planning for the 2017-2018 school year. That is hard to fathom, but this is when we begin. Time moves quickly.

   Winter sports are entering into postseason play. The high school's calendar, located under the news and events tab on the high school's home page, is updated regularly. We have such great and loyal fans. The home crowd cheering our kids on does make a difference.

   Writing of athletics, the entire community welcomed Coach William "Buzz" Edwards into the high school family. He was officially introduced to the public and the athletes as the next head varsity football coach. Coach Edwards has already had meetings with interested players and has parent meetings set. I am very excited for our program and our kids.

   Band, drama, and choir students are set for their all-district and state competitions. We wish them luck as they compete to retain their exemplar status for yet another year.

   This is just a friendly reminder that the division is off for President's Day. It is an official student and staff holiday on Monday, February 20th.

   As I wrap up, let's hope for warm days and pleasant weather ahead. I have seen enough snow already this season. Bring on the sunshine...

Take care, Colonials!