On Monday, April 12, CHS will begin offering in-person instruction to all students who have requested it, following a hybrid model. Students in Cohort A will attend school on Monday-Tuesday, and students in Cohort B will attend Wednesday and Thursday. For more information about the new model, click here. Please read this page for useful … Continue reading Bus Routes and Other Information for In-Person CHS Students
Specific Highlights Include Black Students and Students with Disabilities Charlottesville High School’s 2020 on-time graduation rate remained high at 94.5 percent overall, surpassing the state’s rate of 92.3. This comes after a school-high graduation rate of 95.7 in 2019. Charlottesville has one of the state’s highest graduation rates among cities. “We couldn’t be more proud,” … Continue reading Charlottesville High School graduation rate again exceeds state at 94.5 percent
The Burnley-Moran staff is coming to your neighborhood to say “Hi!” Come out to these locations on Friday, August 17, 2018 to meet the bus and staff. Hope to see you there! Stepping Out Schedule for August 17, 2018: 1:10-1:25 Meet and Greet at Westhaven 1:35-1:50 Meet and Greet at First Baptist Church 1:55-2:10 Meet … Continue reading BME staff “Stepping Out” in neighborhoods near you!
Sign Up for Our Newsletter! Stay tuned as this process unfolds. Sign up for our periodic newsletter. Upcoming Key Dates School Board Sept. 23 – Information Item. Register here Oct. 7 – Action Item City Council Oct. 4 – Information Item Oct. 18 – Action Item School Board and City Council Find Common Ground … Continue reading Follow along as City and Schools discuss Walker/Buford Redesign
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
Beginning April 13, we moved into the third phase of our learning plan, which means teaching new material until June 5. Our goals are to help students get prepared for the fall — whether the fall will bring first grade or the first year of college. Let’s stay safe. Stay connected. And let’s keep learning. … Continue reading Continuity of Learning Resources
As the @CHSBlackKnights Twitter feed suggests, our students and staff have been busy since the first day of school. Here are a few recent stories from the feed…
February 23, 2016 Dear families— “STEM” (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education is a big talking point in education today. What does STEM look like at Charlottesville City Schools? It starts in elementary and continues for the rest of our students’ lives. View previous editions of the Superintendent Message.
Thanks to everyone who worked hard to make the 2021 graduation such a special day. We are pleased to offer you the following videos and photos: Video (editing courtesy of David Dillehunt of the City of Charlottesville) Gallery 1: by official photographer Erin Edgerton Gallery 2: courtesy of our own amazing photography teacher, Rachel Wilson! … Continue reading CHS Graduation 2021: Videos and Photos
Please review our safety routines for in-person instruction for the 2021-22 school year (see below). An agreement to follow the schools’ COVID safety protocols is part of each student’s registration or re-registration form. Safety practices are subject to change according to guidance from groups like the CDC or according to new best practices. If you … Continue reading Information and Agreement for In-Person Instruction