Welcome to Colonial Heights High School

Welcome to Colonial Heights High School


Congratulations!

Swim/Dive, Wrestling and Indoor Track Region / State Honors
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CTE Open House






Colonials Swim Their Way To States

 The Colonial Heights High School Swim Team had 14 swimmers of various grade and experience levels advance to the state competition in February. Some of the swimmers qualified to compete individually while all 14 student-athletes competed in relays. [Kelsey Reichenberg/progress-index.com]
  Fourteen of the Colonial Heights Swim Team swimmers - along with their proud coach Clestelle Green - are celebrating their accomplishment of advancing to the VHSL state meet held in February. 
  "Historically we have..." continue reading at Progress-Index




 

 CHHS Winter 2017-18 Athletic Awards


 Lorenzo Minter, MJ McNeil, Ellen McCoy, Margaret McCoy, Winter 2017-18 Athletic Awards
 M.J. McNeil
Honorable Mention
All Region
 Ellen McCoy
2nd Team
All Region
Margaret McCoy
Honorable Mention
All Region
 Lorenzo Minter
2nd Team
All Region




Thank you!

Lion's Club Seal
 
Thank you to the Colonial Heights Lion's Club for their generous donation and continued donations to our students over all of these years
 
CHPS Administration meet with Lions Club




CHHS DECA
  
 
   This past weekend CHHS DECA competed at the State Leadership Conference in VA BEACH. Chase Bennett, Jonathan Staley and Sophie Manuel were recognized and received plaques for winning FIRST PLACE in the STATE in the Virtual Business Challenges in Retailing and Fashion.
 
  Preston Hicks-Holmes and Chase Bennnett received medals for comprehensive EXAM scores which placed in the top 10 in Quick Service Restaurant and Principles of Finance.
 
  Kathryn Davis received two medals for BOTH of her role play scores which were in the top 10 in Retail Merchandising and also received a medal for placing in the top 9 overall out of 57 competitors and has qualified to compete in the INTERNATIONAL CAREER AND DEVELOPMENT Conference in Atlanta, GA.
 
  In the Business Growth Plan written event and presentation, Trent Jackson finished SECOND in the state of VA out of 23 competitors and has qualified to compete in the INTERNATIONAL CAREER AND DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE as well.
 
  Special thanks to Mrs. Green for all of her help and traveling with these students this weekend.




 CHHS Spirit Found At Local IHOP
 
  
 
  "Tonight, we went to IHOP for free pancakes and they were crazy busy, with one of the managers serving tables. This manager even had to bring her kids in to stay there until she gets off tonight due to being under staffed.

   BUT this story is about these EXCEPTIONAL, polite, courteous, helpful, kind, gracious, endearing young men of the Colonial Heights High School soccer team. They saw tables full of dishes left from previous customers and servers with way too much of a load on them; so they jumped into action and started clearing and cleaning tables to help out.

   I literally couldn't be prouder to be CHHS alum and see this and be a citizen of Colonial Heights and see this. This gives me hope. These 6 young men are everything we should ALL strive to be!!! I posted it to a local page so they can be recognized and with hopes to get in touch with their families to tell them of their greatness. I spoke with one family. I hope I can with the rest. I am also calling the school so they can hear just how amazing these guys are!

   Just in case you're wondering - their meals were paid for by us. The restaurant didn't have a chance to do anything." - Local Colonial Heights Resident 





After Prom Sponsors and Flyers

Boston Butt Flyer Orders Due March 10, delivery March 17 at Bunny Bazaar-  Pre-orders ONLY

Krispy Kreme Doughnut Flyer Orders Due March 13, delivery March 17 at Bunny Bazaar

Bunny Bazaar Flyer March 17th  Vendors/Crafters; Door Prizes from vendors and Amazing Raffle Baskets; Photos with EASTER BUNNY:)  We have an event page for this on FB so like the page...3rd Annual CHHS After Prom Bunny Bazaar & get more info.

Paint Night Event Flyer...happening at Tussing Elementary March 8th 

Hydrangea Flyer ...Poinsettias for sale

Click on the name to download the 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

Welcome Back Colonials!

   I hope we are well rested and ready to wrap up the school year. With just nine weeks left, it is imperative that we finish the race. With the 4 x 4 schedule, students cannot try to cruise to finish line. We need to work. Staff is here to help you, as long as effort is shown in class. We even have BLAST after school twice a week to assist with a homework routine.

   Our final mandatory senior and his or her parent meeting is set for April 9th at 6:30 in the Jane Bryant Auditorium. If you have goodies to pick up from Herff Jones, please arrive early. Our representative sets up shop by 5:30.

   With the close of one nine weeks, comes the arrival of report cards. Monday, April 16th, report cards will be sent home with students.

   Some of our CADRE students attended the Youth Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Project at Longwood University. They received a grant to implement a STAN (Strategies to Act Now) plan during the 2017-2018 school year. The students decided to tackle the topic of teen vaping and electronic cigarettes. During the week of April 16th, the pupils will highlight the side effects and health risks of inhaling and exhaling aerosol. On Friday, April 20th, students and staff are encouraged to wear tie-dye shirts and make a vape-free pledge.

   The month continues with a bevy of events to attend: Spring Athletics, STEM Night, Poetry Appreciation Month, and a Little Feet Meet. Before you know it, we will be well on our way into May. Moving forward Colonials…moving forward.

   With Pride,



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