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CHS Vision: Our school will be a place where students come to learn, parents want their children to attend, teachers want to teach, and where students will obtain an education that helps them become productive citizens. CHS Mission: Chattooga High School graduates will receive a relevant and rigorous education that empowers them to become lifelong learners prepared for the challenges of the 21st century.
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Important Information
Congratulations to Emily Venable who is our 2014 Valedictorian and Marlena Mitchell, Salutatorian.

Yearbooks are in---they are available for pick up from Buffy Williams.

Congratulations also to Summer Jones, Abby Tudor, and Alana Lanier, who with their teachers Darlene Scoggins and Betty McWhorter, will travel to San Antonio, Texas in July to compete in the National FCCLA Star Events. They recently competed in Athens, GA on the state level & performed well enough to go to Nationals! Fabulous job, ladies!
The last two "make up" Mondays will be April 28 and May 5. These make-up Mondays will NOT be flex days--these are weeks that students will take EOCTs and we will run a regular schedule.

This year's graduation ceremony will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, May 23rd.

Miss Elite North GA Pageant
The 4th annual Miss Elite North GA Pageant will be held this coming Saturday, April 26, at 2 P.M. in the CHS cafeteria.

The Chattooga County Navigator Team, a project of Parent to Parent of Georgia, invites you to attend


“Festival of the Stars” 

Date: Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

Time: 5:00 pm

Location: Summerville Middle School Cafeteria



This is a festival that will recognize the special athletes and contributors of the 2014 Special Olympics.


All athletes who participated in the 2014 Special Olympics and their family, as well as school administrators, special education staff, and contributors are invited. 

 Those in attendance will be treated to a picnic style meal this year with grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, cookies, and a drink.   Those in attendance on this evening will also be treated to a slide show of the events from the Special Olympics on April 9th.   Each athlete will receive a trophy for their participation in the 2014 Special Olympics and a photo memento of the evening’s event of them and their trophy.

Please come out and let us honor our athletes for the great job that they do and honor the community sponsors for their help.



RSVP by _April 30th _ to Ms. Debbie Garrett-706-822-9902 or


Top Ten Seniors
Pictured below (in no particular order) are the top ten seniors in the graduating class: 1. Emily Venable 2. Marlena Mitchell 3. Amelia Lively 4. Spencer Hogg 5. Will Greer 6. Taylor Smith 7. Mariom Lea 8. Alex Tucker 9. Drake Nichols 10. Sergio Mosqueda.
Top Ten Juniors
The top ten juniors (pictured in no particular order): 1. Summer Jones 2. Jessie Wise 3. Devin Hathcock 4. Mika Millican 5. Tyler Hughes 6. Mikayla Lattimer (not pictured), John David Brock (tie) 7. Tishay Perry 8. Kevin Dooley 9. Alycha Madrie
Top Ten Sophomores
The top ten sophomores (pictured in no particular order): 1. Amos Willingham 2. Skyler Mitchell 3. Joel Mosqueda 4. Tanner Maxey 5. Melanie Cornett 6. Angelia Walker 7. Nicholas Hall 8. Lucas Hill 9. Alanna Lanier 10. Tehya Long
Top Ten Freshmen
The top ten freshmen (pictured in no particular order): 1. Joy Campbell 2. Charity Burgess and Celina Norton (tie) 3. Alex Perez 4. Tyler Griffin and Jessica Hall (tie) 5. Wendy Worsham 6. Alexander Ochoa 7. Evan Perry 8. Isaac Foster.
Graduation is May 23
Graduation will be here before you know it. A $50 graduation fee will be due May 7 when you pick up your cap and gown (delivery will be during lunch in the front lobby). This fee will cover the cost of cap/gown/tassel/diploma, cover and mini diploma. If you have questions, see Brenda Brown.
The dress code for graduation: young men should wear dark dress pants, collared shirt, tie and no flip flops. Young ladies should wear dresses or skirts that meet dress code length, no spaghetti straps or strapless tops, no spike heels or flip flops. Dress/skirt can be any color.

9th Grade Students Learn CPR
Representatives from Redmond Medical were recently at CHS teaching 9th graders how to perform CPR. This is a new requirement from the Georgia State DOE which falls under physical education/health standards. Physical Education teachers Denver Pate, Charles Hammon and Tere Williams report that the students worked hard and did a good job.

Two more ways to stay in touch with what's going on at CHS.

1. We now have a Remind 101 account. You text a code to a phone # and then you will receive important announcements from the school by text message. This is one-way communication--you CANNOT text back. It is also completely secure, as no one will know your phone number. Mr. Martin encourages all parents & students to get connected with Remind 101.

*Parent code: 4jm02
*Student code: 71d54

*Text your code to 706-862-1010--it is case specific--you must type letters in lower case.

2. CHS is on Twitter!  All you have to do is sign up for a Twitter account and search for @ChattoogaHigh

Chattooga Tribe Challenge
The CHS athletic boosters are sponsoring the 3rd annual Chattooga Tribe Challenge 5k road race and 1 or 2 mile health walk on April 26. The road race will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the health walk will begin at 8:35 a.m. at Dowdy Park. Awards will be given to the male & female in each age category and overall winners. Students and employees of the Chattooga Co. BOE may preregister at the school for $10.00 through March 28. Be sure to indicate your school at the top of the registration form. All other preregistrations are $20.00 and on site registration is $25.00. Come out to walk or run and support Chattooga athletics on April 26.

Athletic Physicals
Spring physicals for athletes wanting to play sports next year will take place April 29th from 8-2 in the CHS gym. There is no cost to the student, but you must pick up a form from the front office and it must be signed by a parent prior to the exam.
Construction is in process at Chattooga High School as we anxiously await our new high school.

Social Studies tutoring Tuesdays 3:45-4:45
Math tutoring Wednesdays 7:00-7:40 and 3:45-4:20
English tutoring during Flex on Thursdays
Science tutoring during Flex on Fridays

Prospective College Athletes
If you are interested in playing sports in college, go to this website to start the process:


New High School
This is the latest drawing of the new high school. Check back as construction progresses. We are excited about our new school!

Dress Code
Students and Parents: here is a copy of our dress code policy. Please read and familiarize yourselves with it as all students must comply.

Select this link for the dress code policy

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