Announcements

  • Teacher Appreciation Week - May 2-6 is Teacher Appreciation Week in Union County!

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  • Rising 9th Grade Orientation - All rising 9th graders and their families, as well as any new families to CHS, are invited to attend an Orientation Night on Monday, May 16 from 6:00-7:30pm.

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  • FFA Plant Sale - The Cuthbertson FFA plant sale is underway. Many varieties of annuals, vegetables, herbs, and ornamentals will be available while inventory lasts. Click here to see the plant price list. Greenhouse hours are 8am- 4:30pm Monday-Friday. Please stop in the office to check in upon arrival to school.  Please consider supporting your local agricultural program this year!  

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  • 2016 UCPS Career Fair - The 2016 UCPS Career Fair will be held on Wednesday, May 8, from 4-7pm at Weddington High School. Please click here for an informational flyer. 

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  • Spring Exam Schedule - Please click here for information about our spring final exams to be held June 3-8.

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Featured Stories

  •  Interact Club

    Interact Club Assists EyeSee Mission

    The CHS Interact Club, advised by Mr. Benny McCray, recently conducted a glasses drive for the EYEsee Vision for the World mission. The drive was initiated by the Interact Club president, Liana Kostak. Used eyeglasses and sunglasses were collected and then distributed, with the help of partner organizations, to third-world countries. In the past, glasses have been sent to Haiti and Honduras, among other countries.

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  •  Balloons

    Emily's Sunshine 5K

    Emily’s Sunshine 5K took place in Wesley Chapel on Saturday, April 23, 2016. The event was held to honor the memory of Emily Brooke Parker of Cuthbertson High School’s Class of 2014. 500 runners, many of whom were Cuthbertson High School faculty, staff, students, alumni, and their families, participated. The release of yellow balloons marked the start of the race.

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  •  Forensic Science students

    Forensic Science Students Visit Courthouse

    Mrs. Maya Schultz’s Forensic Science class took a trip to visit the Union County Court House and Jail on April 20. The Forensic Science curriculum focuses on how science is used to help solve crimes and how that science can make its way into a court of law as evidence for the defense or for the prosecution.

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