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TheatreCHS to present “The Music Man” with 100+ cast and crew

The Charlottesville High School Theater Department will present the Broadway musical hit “The Music Man” on Thursday, March 26 through Sunday, March 29 at CHS in the Martin Luther King Performing Arts Center. A golden age musical from 1958 and recipient of the Tony Award for Best Musical that year, “The Music Man” is about … Continue reading TheatreCHS to present “The Music Man” with 100+ cast and crew

Charlottesville High School Graduation Rate Hits All-Time High of 96.4% in 2021

Charlottesville High School’s already-high four-year graduation rate hit an all-time high of 96.4%, surpassing the state rate of 93%. Similarly, the school’s 2021 drop-out rate of 2.2% was well below the state’s (4.3%). For three years, Charlottesville has maintained rates that are among the highest in the state, especially among cities.  “We are so proud … Continue reading Charlottesville High School Graduation Rate Hits All-Time High of 96.4% in 2021

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Day of Play for staff, students, and families promotes fun, fitness, and play

Charlottesville City Schools held its first ever division-wide Day of Play for city schools staff, students, and their families on December 5. To encourage families and friends getting together for fun, fitness, and play, participants could choose from a variety of options including dance classes, arts and crafts, fitness, cooking, skateboarding, yoga and mindfulness, and more. Thanks … Continue reading Day of Play for staff, students, and families promotes fun, fitness, and play

Follow along as City and Schools discuss Walker/Buford Redesign

Brief Summary Charlottesville City Council and the School Board have unanimously approved moving forward with the design process for a $75 reconfiguration plan that would renovate Buford Middle School to serve the City’s 6th- through 8th-graders and would also complete an light, initial renovation of Walker Upper Elementary School  as the first steps toward creating … Continue reading Follow along as City and Schools discuss Walker/Buford Redesign

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Elementary Highlights February 2016

  The City elementary schools observed “Random Acts of Kindness Week” with a variety of activities.  For instance, Jackson-Via created a compliment wall for students and parents to express their appreciation to teachers. Art Connections, the division-wide student art show, will run 3/14-23 (except weekends) in the CHS Small Gym, with two special family events. The “Saturday … Continue reading Elementary Highlights February 2016

Winter Sports Postseason and Spring Try-out Information

As we head into the post-season, congratulations to our teams and athletes for another strong season of athleticism and sportsmanship, and best wishes as regional competitions begin! See details, below, and check for Twitter updates at @CHSBlackKnights or @cville_dsa (Director of Student Activities) for future results and competition times. Basketball Congrats to the boys and girls … Continue reading Winter Sports Postseason and Spring Try-out Information