• BPA District Honors

    BPA Region Competitors

    Twenty-five students competed at the BPA Region Leadership Conference on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at Fossil Ridge High School. All of the students received either a State Qualifier or State Alternate plaque. Fifteen of the twenty -five  students qualified to advance to the BPA State Leadership Conference in Dallas on March 4-7, 2015.

    BPA is a CTSO for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. BPA stands for Business Professionals of America and is a national organization.
    Those who qualified for the State Leadership Conference are:
    Karen Chen-Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications-4th Place
    Aleah Johnson-Graphic Design Promotion-1st Place
    Kellie Carlson-Keyboarding Production-4th Place
    Manqi Shik-Legal Office Procedures-1st Place
    Hannah Ngo-Medical Office Procedures-3rd Place
    Danny Alvarez-Medical Office Procedures-4th Place
    Sarah McClain, Sarah Faust, Jillian Krauter, Armita Salemitzadeh-Broadcast News Production Team-2nd Place
    Annabel Lee, Cheyenne Mirtaheri, Nicole Kassner, Sierra Oldfield-Global Marketing Team-1st Place
    Sana Kurani, Myra Kurani, Kathryn Schmidt, Rebecca Ortiz-1st Place

    The following are State Alternates for the SLC:
    Anoop Gazulapalli-Banking & Finance-5th Place
    Chance Lander-Human Resource Management-3rd Place
    Sara Kassam-Prepared Speech-4th Place
    Michelle Liu, Lauren Nguyen, Vivian Pak, Khanh Ta-Presentation Management Team-5th Place


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  • DECA District Honors

    DECA District Honors  


    Ten students from CHHS competed at the District DECA Competition on Saturday, January 17, 2015. Eight of the ten students qualified to advance to the State DECA Career Development Conference in Dallas on February 25-17, 2015.

    DECA is a club for marketing students and their competition included a 100 question marketing test and a role play.  DECA stands for Distributive Education Clubs of America.
    Those who qualified for the State CDC are:
    Apparel and Accessories: Megan Farris and Amani Benn
    Restaurant Management:  Claire Sorenson
    Sports and Entertainment Marketing: Paul Kekich, Mason Walden,  John James,  Josh Williams, Nick Critchfield


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  • Boys Soccer Tournament Win

    Boys Soccer Team

    Over the weekend, our teams competed in the Kyle Fritz Memorial Tournament in Keller. The Varsity team competed in the gold match against Fort Worth North Side and stood even at the end of regulation, 0-0. The teams went straight to penalty kicks with CHHS winning 4 to 3.

     Congratulations to the teams!

     Click HERE to find out more information about the Boys Soccer Program! 

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  • CHHS Senior Receives Recognition for Research
    souvik Colleyville Heritage High School senior Souvik Banerjee has been selected as one of 300 semi-finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search.
    Banerjee’s research project “Design of a Novel in situ Raman Spectroscopy Cell for Lithium Ion Batteries” set him apart from the other 1,800 entrants. He completed this research while attending the Welch Summer Scholar Program at the University of Texas Austin in June 2014.

    Welch Scholars engage in hands-on, college-level research projects using state-of-the-art equipment and modern technology not typically provided in the average high school classroom.  They choose a research project that graduate students and professors are currently working on, and then assist them with their research throughout the summer.

    Banerjee’s research involves finding methods to test lithium ion batteries and observing how the batteries fail through overheating, bursting into flames and losing capacity over time.


    As a semi-finalist, Banerjee wins $1,000. Another $1,000 is awarded to CHHS to benefit STEM education on campus.
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