Welcome to Colonial Heights High School

Welcome to Colonial Heights High School


Loucks accepted into Residential
Art Program

 Loucks accepted into Residential Art Program
 
  "Paisley Loucks, a junior at Colonial Heights High School (CHHS), was recently accepted into the Residential Art Program at the Governor's School at Radford University- an extremely selective summer program offered to high school art students. 
 
  The program serves to help art students further develop their craft, and consists of an intense, multifaceted nomination and application process. This year, about 300 students..."
 
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 Bill Ryan, Bert Krupp, Gwen Mosely, Alex Blair, Teresa Murdock, Cyndi Goforth and Anne Venema Retire from CHHS 2018
Bill Ryan, Bert Krupp, Gwen Mosely, Alex Blair, Teresa Murdock, Cyndi Goforth, Anne Venema and Diane Thibodeau
Congratulations to our 2018 CHHS Retirees

Bill Ryan, Bert Krupp, Gwen Mosely, Alex Blair, Teresa Murdock, Cyndi Goforth and Anne Venema
Bill Ryan, Bert Krupp, Gwen Mosely, Alex Blair, Teresa Murdock, Cyndi Goforth and Anne Venema




 
Region 3A Runner-Up Boys Tennis CHHS
 
Congratulations Boys Tennis!
Region 3A Runner-Up
Team Competition 





 National Youth Leadership Forum
 Brianna Squizzero

   Brianna Squizzero was chosen to participate in the National Youth Leadership Forum: National Security - Diplomacy, Intelligence & Defense.  The National Youth Leadership Forum: National Security recognizes and honors the nation's most outstanding high school scholars and prepares them for a possible future career in public service.

 

   At NYLF National Security, students have a unique opportunity to talk directly with national security experts, learn about the latest intelligence strategies, and experience public service in action.

 

   During this dynamic, six-day program in Washington, DC, outstanding high school students get an insider's look at potential career paths, and then put everything they learn into practice in a challenging, hands-on simulation. NYLF National Security students also enjoy exclusive access to government agencies and one-on-one interactions with industry professionals.





BOWLING FOR A GREAT CAUSE
 
 Team CHHS 3rd place Trophy
 
 
Team CHHS joined all the other CH schools and sent teams to compete at a local Lion's Club fundraising event.  We are quite proud of our teams.  We placed third overall and were the highest scoring CH team.  Talk about Colonial Pride...
 
 
 
 Team CHHS at local Lion's Club fundraising bowling event
 
Team CHHS at local Lion's Club fundraising bowling event 
 Team CHHS at local Lion's Club fundraising bowling event   Team CHHS at local Lion's Club fundraising bowling event 




ATHLETIC PHYSICALS FOR 2018-2019

Date: Thursday, May 31

Time: 4:00

 Location: CHHS

Cost: $25.00—cash or check (make checks payable to CHHS)

You must have your physical form filled out and signed by a parent in advance in order to receive your physical.  Have your parents fill out all information BEFORE arriving.  You may get physical and concussion forms in your school's main office or online at:

https://chhs.colonialhts.net/Activities/Forms/index.html

Both the Physical AND Concussion forms are required.  

Physicals will be given by Colonial Orthopaedics.

Forms can be downloaded using the web address above.

*Please note, this will be the only date offered by the school* 





Congratulations!

Swim/Dive, Wrestling and Indoor Track Region / State Honors
Follow the link below to view all accolades





Senior Class Group Photo

Pre-order your group photo online at:

WWW.CANDIDCOLOR.NET

 

Click "SENIOR PORTRAITS"

Enter access code: SRClassGroup

Follow the on-screen instructions

 

customerservice@candidcolor.net

703-590-0187 | M-F | 9:00am - 4:00pm





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

I am so glad that I can type that the wonky weather has finally subsided. We do have pollen to contend with, but at least we have warm days to take us to June. May is a busy month. We have the spring musical "Annie Get Your Gun" that is an entertaining walk through Annie Oakley's and Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. Performances are May 4 and 5 at 6:30 and a matinee version at 1:30 on Saturday.

   Our seniors are getting excited about Prom and After Prom that takes place on May 19th and 20th. The Prom and After Prom are sandwiched between Mother's Day on May 13th and the start of Advanced Placement exams.

   Teachers have been holding AP review sessions to make sure the children perform their very best on the test. Other students are in full gear going over last minute items for the SOL tests. That testing starts before the Memorial Day holiday.

   Also before the holiday will be CHHS' annual retirement dinner. It is hard to believe, but the high school will be wishing Alex Blair, Bert Krupp, Gwen Moseley, Teresa Murdock, Bill Ryan, Diane Thibodeau, and Anne Venema many years of well-deserved relaxation and fun.

   Athletics closes the month with an end to seasonal play and the start of play-offs. Here's to many of our teams advancing and extending their seasons into June. We only have one more month to go before we close out 2017-2018 school year. Let's continue to push and make it the best end to the year ever!

Go Colonials!

   With Pride,



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