Announcements

  • New Parking Permit Application - Please click here for the NEW FOR 2018-2019 Student Parking Permit Application. Seniors may apply on August 14, Juniors on August 15, and Sophomores on August 16. All times begin at 8:00 a.m.

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  • Chromebook Forms - The 2018-2019 Student/Parent Chromebook Agreement Form and UCPS Acceptable Use Guidelines are available at the UCPS Technology Forms webpage. The agreement form, signed by both parent and student, must be submitted for chromebook distribution. Distribution will take place the first three days of school. 

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  • Open House - Please join us for a drop-in Open House on Thursday, August 23, from 6-7:30 pm. New and returning students and families are all welcome!

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  • CHS Student Handbook and Signature Sheet - Click here to access the 2018-2019 CHS Student Handbook. Click here to access the Student Handbook Signature Sheet. 

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  • PAC Applications - Students may click here for the Principal's Advisory Council Application which is due by September 5.

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Featured Stories

  • CHS Media Center Opens for Summer Reading

    On a hot summer day nothing could be better than to chill out with a good book! The Cuthbertson High School Media Center is offering summer hours three times over the next few weeks. Current students, students being redistricted to CHS, and rising freshmen are all welcome to take advantage of this opportunity to come visit Cavalier Castle, meet our Media Specialist Mrs. Tautfest, check out some great books, and take home a free bookmark and treat!

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  • CHS Celebrates Class of 2018 Commencement

    Cuthbertson High School was proud and excited to hold its 2018 Commencement exercises on Monday, June 11, 2018. Three hundred and sixty two seniors graduated in the ceremony held at Winthrop University in Rock Hill.

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  • Patterson Wins National Essay Contest

    Congratulations to CHS junior Delaney Patterson who won a national Civics essay contest through the Federal Bar Association. The contest was open to high school students all over the U.S. and its territories. The topic of the essay was "What does equal protection mean to students?” Delaney shared that in writing the essay, she had to include relevant research and reference several pertinent court cases. In her essay she addressed, “What is equality? How is it measured? How is it enforced?”

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