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Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball Team!
State Volleyball Champion Ring Ceremony
 
CHHS State Championship team with Coach Lee
 
 
 
 Delegate Kirk Cox presents the school with a proclamation 





Celebrating leaders in the CHHS Drama Department!
Left to Right

Jeremiah Lucas
Has recently been accepted into the New York Film Academy and will be attending the Los Angeles location this fall.

Sam Clarke
Was named one of the top five actors in the district at the VHSL competition last fall.

Elyse Richey
Received "Best Actor in the District" at the VHSL competition last fall!






 
  If you attended Ring Dance and are interested in viewing and/or purchasing portraits/and or candid photographs taken by Candid Color during the dance, you need to…
 
1. Call Candid Color at (703) 590-0187 after Sunday, March 27 to request the password to view them
 
and
 
2. Visit their website, candidcolor.net, and input the password to view and select photos for purchase.
 




Volunteer-a-Thon 2016


 
"More than 300 students and community members spent their Saturday giving back with their annual Volunteer-a-thon."
Click here to view the story posted by WRIC 8 News




 
 
 
 Download details and registration
 














Principal's Message

   We have entered into our last nine weeks of the 2015-2016 school year. Time has certainly flown by. Prom and After-Prom were great successes. The senior children are extremely grateful to their sponsors and parents for all of the effort put into these special events.

   Sophomore class meetings are rolling in order for the rising juniors to begin looking and thinking about Ring Dance and actual ring selections. We even had the opportunity to meet with our rising ninth graders and their parents during a quick high school orientation visit.

   Our PTSO will be helping celebrate our teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week on May 2nd - May 6th. The lunches and breakfast treats that the community provides is not only for nourishment, but also for a sense of warmth and kindness.

   Besides a flurry of athletic activities, the fine arts department will be presenting "Joseph and the Technical Dream Coat" on May 6th and 7th. This will be a great performance for all. I have heard a lot of students saying they were treating their moms to a performance, since it is Mother's Day weekend.

   Before we head to the home stretch in June, we do have AP and SOL testing. I know the standardized testing can cause a lot of anxiety for students and teachers, alike. However, the children have been well-prepared, so we rest assured on that.

   Enjoy May as we move closer and closer to June and the end of school!

  
   With Colonial Pride,