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  • Chamber Winds Named Semi-finalists in The American Prize National Music Competition

    A year ago on the March 13 weekend of 2020, our Cuthbertson Chamber Winds, Percussion Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, and Clarinet Choir were scheduled to perform at the Music For All National Chamber and Percussion festivals in Indianapolis, Indiana. Circumstances prevented these performances but not before the Chamber Winds were able to play their final school concert the day before quarantine dismissal.

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  • Preview for Cuthbertson Varsity Football 2021

    A change of mindset has been found amongst the Cuthbertson Varsity Football team in 2021. Second-year head coach Trey Kavanaugh has implemented a new playstyle, new identity, and new goals this season that will ultimately lead to one thing: winning. Building a successful program starts in the offseason. However, due to COVID restrictions, offseason preparation was a challenge. “When I first heard about the offseason being postponed, I was super bummed, but I knew it meant I just had to work even harder. The best players grind when there’s no one watching. I kept this as motivation and really brought it to my teammates’ attention as well,” said team co-captain Carson Torsza (SR).

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  • Hill Reflects on XC Career

    Dominant. That’s the only word appropriate to describe Madeline Hill’s illustrious four-year Cross Country career at Cuthbertson High. Madeline’s high school accomplishments consist of fifteen first place finishes, three NCHSAA 3A Midwest regional first place finishes, and two NCHSAA 3A State Championship individual titles. We talk about Madeline’s Cross Country career as a whole, her secrets to success, and what’s next after high school.

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  • Health Classes Study Emotional / Mental Health

    Students in Ms. Helms’, Ms. Marchand’s, and Mr. Caputi’s Health classes have been studying a Mental / Emotional health unit this week. Students learned about conditions such as Bi-Polar Disorder, anxiety, stress, depression, and eating disorders. The students researched famous people who had mental illnesses, gained knowledge of stress management techniques, learned about the importance of family and friend support, and had the opportunity to participate in a Mental Scavenger Hunt and life management skills discussion.

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Announcements

  • Rising Senior Night - Counselors will hold a virtual Rising Senior Night on Wednesday, April 14, at 6 pm. The discussion will include the college application process, a SCOIR overview as well as items that can be completed prior to the start of senior year to reduce the senior year “to-do” list. Parents and students are welcome to attend. Click here for the instructions on how to access Teams. Click here for the participant link. Please bring your questions and we will see you then! 

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  • WorkKeys - Please click here for information on the WorkKeys test for Seniors.

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  • Peachjar Digital Flyers - We have launched a new electronic flyer communication tool called Peachjar. To view school-approved digital flyers, simply click the Peachjar button on our website.

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  • UCPS Graduation Schedule - Please click here for the UCPS Graduation schedule for the Class of 2021. CHS will hold commencement on Thurs. June 3, at 8:00 p.m. at the CHS Stadium.

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  • Daily Announcements - Click here to see the daily announcements for each day. 

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