Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Miranda Whittington
9th Grade Counselor, (423) 478-1113, ext 8504
Adminstrator: Mr. Bob Pritchard
NEW Elective Options!!! As of 4/2 we have added 3 new courses for Freshmen to take.
Leadership 2- this class will be taken in the Spring semester, requires an A/B average and an application.
We will now offer Spanish 1 H and Spanish 2 H for Freshmen that have a strong interest in prusuing foreign language throughout their high school career. See below for full description. These are honors class but foreign language is not considered a core class.
Spanish 1H (9th grade only)
This course is designed for students who truly want to learn Spanish, and to present an introduction to understanding Spanish and to provide exposure to its history and culture. It focuses on developing skills for speaking, reading, listening, and writing, along with a strong understanding of culture. Students will learn at an accelerated pace, compared to regular Spanish 1. Students will master extra vocabulary and advanced grammar, while receiving a high level of CI guidance.
Spanish 2H (9th grade only)
This course is a continuation of Spanish 1 H. It focuses on developing skills for speaking, reading, listening, and writing, along with a strong understanding of culture. Students will learn at an accelerated pace, compared to regular Spanish 1. Students will master extra vocabulary and advanced grammar, while receiving a high level of CI guidance.
Click on the link to better understand course selection, graduation requirements, and CHS course offerings. CHS Info Sheet
TVEC Application- Due Date is 4/17- TVEC 2024
Course Selection starts 4/6 and ends 4/14.
Here's a list of activities CHS has to offer and contact information: CHS Coaches and Activity Sponsors Updated 2/21/2019Raider Scholar and AP Scholar Requirements
Raider Scholar Requirements (2019 and Beyond)-3.5 or higher GPA- take 4 AP classes or 2 AP & 2 DE classes over the next 4 years-Every year you must take 3 Honors level classes. 2 out of those 3 must be core classes. Core classes include English, Math, Science, and Social Studies.AP ScholarTo be awarded the AP Scholar Award from the National College Board a student must score a 3 or higher on 3 or more AP Exams.AP Human Geography is the only AP class Freshman can take.Graduate of Distinction4.0 GPA all 4 years of high school.
Understanding Block Schedules
You will have 4- 90 minute classes in the Fall and 4-90 minute classes in the Spring. Each class you pass you will earn 1 credit towards graduation. To graduate from CHS you must earn 28 credits. Ideally, you will need to earn 8 credits every year to stay on course to graduate.