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A BIG THANK YOU!

Thank you to Colonial Heights alumnae Justin Carroll from Fruit Fixed and Ryan Grant from A-1 Door Company!

Thank you to Colonial Heights alumnae Justin Carroll from Fruit Fixed and Ryan Grant from A-1 Door Company!  They made very generous holiday donations to assist a CHHS family in need!  Fruit Fixed and A-1 Door Company-Colonials who are making a difference in our community and paying it forward!
 




Hall of Fame Inductions


2015 Conference 25 and Regional 3 A East Boys Varsity Baseball Team

MIke Yates and Dr Joe Cox unveil the Hall of Fame teams placard

Table decorations with sports memorabilia

2013 Conference 25 and Regional 3 A East Competition Cheerleading Champions

2003 State Swim Champion Abigail Richey

2003 State Track Champion John Bailey with Principal Ridley

State Wrestling Champions Dee Weatherly and Justin Trent

2015 Conference 25 and Regional 3 A East Boys Varsity Baseball Team


On December 14 and 17 several teams and individuals were inducted into CHHS Hall of Fame for outstanding performance in their area of sport.

2013 Conference 25 and Regional 3 A East Competition Cheerleading Champions
State Wrestling Champions-Dee Weatherly, the 112 pound weight class in 1982 and Justin Trent the 160 pound weight class in 2014.
2015 Conference 25 and Regional 3 A East Boys Varsity Baseball Team
2003 State Track Champion John Bailey
2013 & 2014 State Swim Champion Abigail Richey



Colonial Heights Rebranding Committee

Visit CHHS Art Students

  
 Doug Smith (city manager), Tamika Smith (Deputy Director of Finance), Bruce Hanson (Library Director) meet with Students in Fine Arts
 Doug Smith (city manager), Tamika Smith (Deputy Director of Finance), Bruce Hanson (Library Director) meet with Students in Fine Arts 
 
 The Colonial Heights Rebranding Committee joined my first block artists to hear and see their logo designs. Doug Smith (city manager), Tamika Smith (Deputy Director of Finance), Bruce Hanson (Library Director) were very pleased with the conversations our young women had with them about the traditions and evolution of Colonial Heights. The conversation between the designers and the clients are not over, but the committee was was so excited and pleased with our young women. 




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

Happy New Year Colonials!

   I hope the break has been kind to all of you. I know the time given made me even more appreciative for my family and my school family. We are returning to school on January 7th, so the month is well on its way.

   The All-A awards ceremony sponsored by the Colonial Heights Education Foundation takes place on Wednesday, January 9th starting at 6:30. This annual tradition honors all of our students grades K-12 that achieved academic excellence the year prior. The high school is the last to be awarded, so please plan accordingly. Thank you in advance to the ambassadors, school counseling office, and SAO for organizing this event.

   SOL testing begins on Monday, January 14th. Teachers and students have been working diligently to make sure they are prepared. Please make sure that students are well-rested and they have eaten breakfast. Testing is a stressful time, but I want to ensure all that we will get through the testing. We always do. Half of the battle is to feel confident going into the test. Please try not to worry.

   Exams begin on Tuesday, January 22nd. The exemption policy has been revised this school year, so please check with your student about what days they will be testing. If you have individual questions, please feel free to email teachers or other staff members who can help.

   Students and staff have Martin Luther King day holiday on Monday, January 21st. Students also have off on Monday, January 28th. This day is a work day for teachers, so the high school can get ready for second semester with a whole new term starting on Tuesday, January 22nd.

   I am excited to be back! Here's to another productive and wonderful New Year!

   COLONIALS!
   With Pride,



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