Girls' Basketball Team wins Regional Championship and will advance to the State Quarterfinals (2017)

What’s Happening at CHS

UPCOMING EVENTS | March & April 2017 Fine Arts Schedule!

2017 has been a busy year at CHS! In case you’ve missed them, here is a sample of the what’s been going on.

Black History Month Presentation | ROLE MODELS – Influential African-Americans

50 African-American leaders from the Charlottesville and Albemarle communities were welcomed by CHS students for a photo shoot and interview sesion in January.  This collaborative project between the CHS African-American History and photography classes sought to highlight and celebrate prominent community leaders for Black History Month.

The project was also highlighted in the Daily Progress.

 

TheaterCHS presents “Into the Woods” February 16-18

Charlottesville High School students performed Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Into the Woods at the Martin Luther King Jr. Performing Arts Center from February 16-18. The Tony Award-winning musical revisits and reimagines several well-known fairy tales.

Girls’ Basketball Regional Victory

Girls' Basketball Team wins Regional Championship and will advance to the State Quarterfinals (2017)
Girls’ Basketball Team wins Regional Championship and will advance to the State Quarterfinals (2017)

The CHS Girls’ Basketball team enjoyed a well-fought victory in February when they defeated Jefferson Forest 40 – 31 to win the Conference 23 title!  Congratulations, Lady Knights!

CHS Students Earn All-State Choir Honor

Charlottesville High School students Parker Sullivan, Brianna Ramirez, & Leah Patek have earned All-VA Choir honors!
Charlottesville High School students Parker Sullivan, Brianna Ramirez, & Leah Patek have earned All-VA Choir honors!

Charlottesville High School students Parker Sullivan, Brianna Ramirez, & Leah Patek have been awarded  All-VA Choir honors!

AVID | Mentoring & College Visits

CHS AVID Students Visit Colleges and Mentor CCS Local Elementary School Students
CHS AVID Students Visit Colleges and Mentor CCS Local Elementary School Students

In February, CHS AVID students  visited Radford and Virginia Tech.  They also spent time at Jackson-Via mentoring students with classrooms activities.