20th Anniversary

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  • STAAR Testing Dates

    Here are the following dates for upcoming STAAR testing. Parents, please make sure you do not schedule any doctor appointments or pull-outs on these days. Students will not be released during testing.

    English I - 3/29
    English II - 3/31
    Algebra I - 5/3
    Biology/U.S. History - 5/4

    Please contact Mrs. Lindsey Hopkins if you have questions at lindsey.hopkins@gcisd.net

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  • Closed Campus Lunch

    Parents and Students, we are a closed campus for all lunches. The only students that should be leaving during lunch are those that have to drive to GHS for class or have work obligations through their CATE class and this is verified by the attendance office. Students leaving for lunch will be given a two hour after school detention. Failing to attend detention results in an ISS placement. Multiple violations will result in an ISS placement. Parents are more than welcome to leave lunches up by the attendance office for students.

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  • Advanced Placement Exam Registration

    We are pleased to announce that the registration and payment process for the 2016 AP Exams is completely on-line this year.  The cost per exam is $96; the registration window will open on February 1, 2016.  Payment must be made by March 7, 2016, to avoid incurring a late fee of $10.  Registration will close on March 13.  The registration site may be found at the following website: 
    www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/441408

     This URL will also be posted on the CHHS website.  ALL payments and exam registrations must be made through Total Registration; payments will not be accepted at CHHS.  Parents will be able to pay by credit card, check, or money order.  Please contact Karen Woodworth, AP Coordinator, at Karen.woodworth@gcisd.net  if you have any questions.

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  • Parent University

    February 8th from 6-8 p.m. the counseling department will host Parent University.  Sessions will be held by academic departments and counselors, the Go Center will be available to help with college and career searches, and more!  Parents and students in all grades are strongly encouraged to attend.

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  • New Advanced Class Offerings

    CHHS will be offering new classes next year: Advanced Humanities Research & Advanced Chemistry Research and Design. The classes do have

    pre-requisites:

    Advanced Humanities Pre-requisite (Application Only):
    Srs. - AP Language
    Jrs. - Concurrent w/ AP Language
    All applicants - Score of a 3 or better on at least 1 AP test that incorporates writing.
    Teacher Recommendations from core classes
    Average of B or higher in core classes
    Advanced Chemistry Research and Design Pre-Requisite: AP Chemistry

    For more questions: See Ed Wevodau, Kelli Mann (ELA), and Sonya Loughran (science).

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  • 2016 Sadie Hawkins Dance

    Sadie Hawkins
     
     
    Friday, February 19, 2016 in the Main Gym

    Tickets are $10 for singles or $15 couples. Get yours today in the Spirit Shop!

    Sadie Hawkins Dance Promo Video
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  • PREP

    PREP
     
    Announcing the PREP Program: Panthers Ready for Extra Practice
    Panthers Ready for Extra Practice, or PREP, offers extended library hours for faculty support, student tutors and a "late bus" leaving CHHS at 6pm with three drop-off locations: Mid-Cities and Hwy 360, Grapevine Middle School and Grapevine Mills Mall area.

    Click here for more information or HERE to see a brief video about the program!
     
    PREP
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  • 2016 Talent Show

    Talent Show

    Thursday, March 3, 2016
    CHHS Audtiorium
    7:00-9:00 pm
    Tickets-$5
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  • Attendance Problems? We Can Help!
     
    GCISD is offering classes that can help support you in your understanding of compulsory attendance laws as well as insight into how you can turn your absences into learning experiences and personal growth.
      
    Attending the GCISD Why Try? Classes will support you and a parent on your journey.  Classes are one Saturday a month from 8-11am AND you can receive double seat time hours if you and a parent attend. That's six hours of seat time for only three hours of your time! Interested?

    Click below for the form:
    Why Try Building Resilient Youth Form
     
    Classes are available on the following dates: 
    Dec. 12
    Jan. 23
    Feb. 6
    Mar. 5
    Apr. 9 & 30
    May 21
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  • March for Water (M4W) Save the Date

    M4W

    The CHHS PALS and the award winning Panther Band invite you and your family to be a part of the 2nd Annual March 4 Water (M4W) 1 mile/5k on Saturday, April 2nd at CHHS.

    The CHHS PALS program is pleased to once again help raise awareness for Water is Basic, an international non-profit organization that drills clean water in South Sudan. The World Water Day for 2016 is March 22nd. PALS and Band are so excited to host March for Water this year, on April 2nd. Last year, there was an overwhelming amount of community participation and this year, the event will be even bigger and better than ever before! 

    1 mile walk-8:00 am-$20 Pre Registration by Tuesday, March 29
    5K Run-8:30 am-$15 Pre Registration by Tuesday, March 29
    ***Prices go up after Tuesday, March 29. Registration will be available on site.***

    *Pancake Breakfast for all registered participants
    *Medals for top runners
    *A free raffle
    *KidZone includes children games, face painting, a photo booth, and more!
    *CHHS Panther Band plays music along the course
    *CHHS Drumline leads the 1 mile walk

    Please visit www.marchforwater5k.com for more information and to register online! Registration is now open!
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  • National Letter of Intent Ceremony

    Congratulations to the following Panther Athletes for Signing their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, February 3, 2016!

    NLI

    NLI 2
     
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  • Tennis 2.1.2016

    Panther Tennis competed in their first Spring Tournament this past Friday. There are some great individual results, and the team finished 2nd in overall team points!!!!

    Senior Kevin Kim and partner Sophie Seay won their mixed mixed division. Also, in girl's doubles, Joanna Wang and Tiffany Meir-Perez reached the finals to finish 2nd. In the boys doubles divisions, Mace Brasher and Matt Pelfrey won the consolation bracket of the A bracket. Michael Nie and Peter Warton won 3rd in the B bracket.

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  • Softball 2.1.2016

    Softball practice is underway and scrimmages begin this week.

    Players of the week who demonstrated the core value of hard work:
    JV Red - Luna Lindenberger, freshman
    JV Black- Sophie Wilkinson, freshman
    Varsity- Madison Dettmer, senior

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  • Girls Soccer 2.1.2016

    Girls soccer began their season with a game against Trinity High School on Tuesday.

    Varsity Girls kicked off their season with a win against Trinity. Allie Lumpkin scored our first goal of the season. Other game goals also scored by Allysa Clevland and two goals scored by Shine Pickler with a final score of 4-1.

    JV- Tied their game against Trinity 1-1. The goal scored by Jamil Okada.

    Girls Soccer

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  • CHHS Debate Team

    Congratulations the following members of the CHHS debate team for their performances this past weekend. Will Watson and Arsh Ladhani placed fourth in the Class 6A District 7 UIL CX debate district tournament, earning the first points for CHHS in the Academic District meet.

    Eesha Charaniya, in her first varsity competition, won the Varsity Lincoln Douglas division at the Richardson tournament, beating out 38 other debaters in doing so. Miranda Nutt and Marina Leventis were in the semifinals of the Public Forum debate division which featured 48 debaters.

    Miranda & Marina, along with their teammates, Aleena Jamal & Alina Shivji, will travel to Atlanta this next weekend to compete in the prestigious Emory University Barkley Forum for High Schools debate tournament tournament. In three weeks, they will also participate in the College Preparatory School Round Robin, featuring 14 of the top teams in the country. They will cap off that weekend debating in the University of California Berkeley high school tournament, featuring over 350 Public Forum teams from around the country.

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  • Wrestling 1.25.2016

    The Colleyville Heritage Wrestling Team competed at the Frisco Heritage Invitational over the weekend placing 5th overall. Three wrestlers placed in the top 4 of their weight class. Amadeo Nuncio took 3rd at 170. His only loss of the tournament was to a state qualifier. At 126 Ida Enis placed 2nd beating last years 5A state placer from Frisco Heritage. Trevor Kleckner took 1st and pinned his way through the tournament.

    The team will compete next at the district tournament held on February 6th at Lewisville High School.

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  • Panther Football Banquet Honors

    At the 20th Annual Colleyville Heritage Football Banquet, the following players were recognized by their teammates and coaches for their accomplishments during the 2015 season:

     

    Heart & Hustle Award
    Tommy Hall
    Keandre Johnson
    Mario Ortiz
    Michael Prescott
    Nick Walters
    Jamarie Williams

    Iron Man Award
    Pelini Nau
    Jordan Porter

    Special Teams MVP
    Max Allan

    Defensive MVP\
    Reid Harrison-Ducros

    Offensive MVP
    Ke'von Ahmad
    Camden Roane


    Football Banquet 2016
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  • David Reynaud-Scholarship Contest

    CHHS Senior, David Reynaud, is trying to win a scholarship to Hardin-Simmons University by receiving the most "votes" on his video. Click here to watch and vote for David Reynaud's video!

    David Reynaud
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  • Business Professionals of America-Region Contest and State Qualifiers

    CHHS Business Professionals of America students participated in the Area 1 Region 1 BPA Regional Leadership Conference on Saturday, January 16.  Fourteen members are State Qualifiers and will be competing in the State Leadership Conference in Corpus Christi in March!
    State Qualifiers:
     Aleah Johnson 1st Place  Graphic Design Promotion
    Manqi Shi 1st Place Legal Office Procedures
    Destiny Alvarez 4th Place Medical Office Procedures
    Manqi Shi, Serene Supkukkul, Aleah Johnson 2nd place Administrative Support Team
       Serene Supakkul 3rd place Fundamental Accounting
       Alena Rajawani 2nd place  Payroll Accounting
       Nicole Kassner 4th place Fundamental Word Processing
       Alexandra Diamond 4th place Basic Office Systems
    Sarah Faust, Sarah McClain, Armita Salemizadeh, Jillian Krauter 2nd Place Broadcast News Production Team
    Destiny Alvarez, Alena Rajawani 1st Place Global Marketing Team
    Sarah Faust 1st Place Interview Skills
    Shreya Roy 2nd Place Prepared Speech
    Rebecca Ortiz, Kathryn Schmidt 1st Place Presentation Mgt Team

    BPA 2016
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  • CHHS Panther Cheer-UIL State Spirit Championships Honors

    UIL Cheer

    On Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16, the squad competed in the inaugural UIL State Spirit Championships at UTA in Arlington.
     
    The squad competed in three categories: Band Dance, Fight Song, and Crowd Leading Cheer and Chant. Out of 96 6A schools in the state of Texas, CHHS Panther Cheer brought home the following honors:
     
    * 13th Place Overall
    * Top Twenty Finalist
    * 5th Place Preliminary Rankings
    * 3rd Place Crowd Leading Cheer and Chant Overall
    * 6th Place Band Dance Overall
    * 11th Place Fight Song Overall
     
     Congratulations to CHHS Panther Cheer! 
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  • Wrestling-1.19.2016

    CHHS Wrestling

    The overall team score broke top 10 in a hard tournament without a full lineup.

    Travis Richards got 4th
    Ennis Idea, Thomas Chapman, and Trevor Kleckner got 3rd on Varsity
    Dylan Francis placed 2nd on Junior Varsity
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  • Panther Choir-All-State Choir Auditions

    Choir

    On Saturday, January 9, students around the state competed in the final round of the Texas All-State Choir Auditions. The Texas All-State Choir is the premier student choral organization in the United States. Over 15,000 students begin the audition process each year and over a nearly nine-month process compete for a place in one of the three All-State ensembles. This year Colleyville Heritage set a school and district record with seven students achieving this honor. This represents the largest group of students from one campus to make all state in our Region making CHHS as one of the most represented campuses in the All-State Choir.

    Pictured:

    Back from Left: 
    Cecilia Yip, 12th Grade, Alto 1
    Devin Parish, 12th Grade, Bass 2
    Kolton Krueger, 11th Grade, Tenor 2
    Abigail Jefferies, Alto 1, 10th Grade

    Front from Left:
    Jada Duff, 11th Grade, Alto 2
    Hannah Fox, 11th Grade, Soprano 2
    Christen Volding, 11th Grade, Soprano 1

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