Welcome to Colonial Heights High School

Welcome to Colonial Heights High School


 

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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 CHHS September

Athletes of the Month

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




 CHHS School 2019 Class Ring Information

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Order Dates:  Tuesday, October 10th - During Lunch and Parent Night
Wednesday, October 11th - During Lunch




Sign up for PSAT in counseling office by 10/8 $18




 
 
October 14th
7:30pm-11:00pm
 
Tickets
$10 in advance (cash only) | $12 at the door (cash only)
   Tickets will be sold October 11-13th during all 3 lunches for students.
 
Student ID's
    All current CHHS students attending the dance must have a valid CHHS ID issued by the school for admittance to the dance.
Replacement ID's cost $5.00 
 
Outside Guest
    All approved outside guests must have a valid government issued ID or current (issued this year) school ID. All CHHS students taking an outside guest will need to attend one of the two outside guest meeting.
Wednesday October 11th. 7:00am or 2:25pm
 
Dress
    Homecoming is a semi formal affair. Students need to take into consideration that they will be dancing so clothing needs to stay appropriate. If there is a question in regards to dress or attire being appropriate, the student needs to see an administrator as soon as possible.  

Dress Code for Males
    Males should wear dress pants or khakis at their waists, collared button down dress shirt, tie, belt, and dress shoes (no tennis or skateboarding shoes will be allowed). Objects like canes, wallet chains, or hats are not allowed.

Dress Code for Females

    Females should wear a fingertip-length dress. Dresses with cut outs, excessive cleavage, plunging neck lines, back outs, bare or visible midriffs, and inappropriate slits will not be permitted. Appropriate footwear (no tennis or skateboarding shoes will be allowed) should be worn. This is a school-sponsored event, so dress code applies. Remember, dresses that are so tight that they ride up when dancing are not permitted. Appropriate undergarments should be worn.  

Security will be present and students will be denied access if dress code is out of compliance. 
 
This is an alcohol and drug free dance.




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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!




 

National Run @ Work Day...CHHS style!

 
National Run @ Work Day...CHHS style!




Information about Special Education Advisory Committee Flyer



John Tyler Community College offers sign up for spring semester classes



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










Principal's Message

Students and staff did a great job transitioning back to school. Now that we are a month into the school year, I think there is a comfort level in routine and structure. Seniors are placing cap and gown orders with Herff Jones during lunches on October 3rd, 4th, and 10th. Information was sent home with senior students. Seniors will also be taking their White Bank class picture on Friday, October 6th, directly after school. Our junior students met with Herff Jones, as well, to discuss class rings and the ordering process for those.

   Interims will be distributed on Thursday, October 5th. This lines up with Parent/Teacher Conferences from 4-7 on October 9th. The night can be a long one, so we appreciate visits. The staff also appreciates our PTSO who treats us to a pretty awesome meal to carry us through.

   Writing of PTSO, Homecoming week events begin on Monday, October 9th. There are spirit-filled activities with dress-up themes. We have a lot of fun, but we also make sure we are school appropriate. The annual Powderpuff game is 4:00 on Thursday, October 10th. There is an admissions fee, but all the money raised goes toward the classes. The school will be enveloped in red, white, and navy on Friday.

   Students get exceptionally festive as we hold another pep rally and crown our Homecoming King candidate. The Homecoming Game is that night. You will want to come early, so you can catch a glimpse of our queen and princess candidates. Our queen will be crowned at half-time. The PTSO-sponsored Homecoming Dance is from 7:30-11:00. Additional information can be found on the website

   Here's to fall and another great school month!

   With Pride,



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