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  • Congratulations, CHS Class of 2019!

    Cuthbertson High School was proud and excited to hold its 2019 Commencement exercises on Monday, June 10, 2019. The ceremony was held at Winthrop University in Rock Hill.

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  • Class of 2019 Information

    There is a lot of information for the Class of 2019 at this time of the year so here is a recap of all things SENIOR! Please read carefully!

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  • CHS Theater Class to Perform "Diary of Anne Frank"

    The CHS Honors Theater class will be presenting "The Diary of Anne Frank" at 7pm Friday and Saturday night, May 3 and 4, in the CHS auditorium. It is the class’ culminating project, and is a free performance! The students themselves selected this as their performance piece for the semester. This was due in part to their familiarity with the story from middle school and also because it provides them with a unique acting challenge in sustaining character.

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  • Students Skype With Noted Author Jay Heinrichs

    On April 5th, 2019, students in Mrs. Jennifer Mitchell’s AP Language class had the opportunity to skype with the author of the acclaimed book, Thank You For Arguing: What Aristotle, Lincoln, and Homer Simpson Can Teach Us About the Art of Persuasion, which details the tools and processes of rhetoric- the art of effective speaking and writing.

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  • Blue Note Winds to Participate in the "President's Cup" National Band Festival

    The CHS Band, the Blue Note Winds have been invited to be one of the top 6 bands nationally to participate in the "President's Cup" national band festival this weekend. The students will travel to Washington DC and participate in clinics and classes with "The Pershing's Own" Army band. This is one of the top military ensembles in our nation and an amazing opportunity for our band.

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  • CHS FFA Places in State Competition

    The Cuthbertson FFA Chapter participated in the North Carolina FFA Poultry Evaluation Career Development Even on March 13, 2019, at the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. The team placed 13th out of 91 teams! Team members included Ashton Edwards, Sarah Anderson, Jordan Williams, Justin Wortham, and Mia Sulkey. Their FFA advisor is Mr. Ben Shumate.

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  • Alcorn Named Morehead-Cain Scholar

    CHS is proud and honored to announce Michael Alcorn as our first recipient of the prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship. The Morehead Cain Scholarship is a four-year, fully funded educational experience for students of the highest caliber at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Michael shared his scholarship journey with us.

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  • Cavs Place in Science Olympiad

    The Science Olympiad Club from CHS participated in the regional Science Olympiad competition last weekend and the Cavs rocked it! The Science Olympiad Club is made up of a great group of students under the guidance of Biology teacher Mrs. Jennifer Wells-Lewis. This club fosters learning and challenges each student to put forth their best efforts.

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  • CHS Welcomes Kavanaugh as Head Football Coach

    Cuthbertson High School is excited to announce the hire of our new head football coach, Trey Kavanaugh. Coach Kavanaugh is a native of Boone, NC where he played football at Watauga High School, then continued his football playing career as a wide receiver for Appalachian State University (2011-2014). Trey’s hard work and commitment took him from a walk-on to a letter winner at Appalachian State in 2013.

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  • CHS Celebrates FFA Week

    The FFA, Future Farmers of America, is an organization which prepares students for a career in the science, business, and technology of agriculture. We also strive to give students leadership skills which they can use throughout their lives.

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  • Spirit Week Plans Announced

    The CHS Student Council is excited to announce the plans for this year’s Winter Spirit Week going on this week, January 28-February 1. Each day features a special dress-up day followed by a grand finale pep rally on Friday to celebrate all our winter sports!

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  • Cavs Prepare for Testing

    First semester exams begin on Monday, January 14, 2019, and end on Thursday, January 17. Exams begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. and end at approximately 12:30 p.m. All students taking a course for credit are required to attend the review session and take the exam during this testing window. Attendance for exam review sessions and exams is required for all students. Our normal school hours apply, but the schedule and lunch times have been adjusted to accommodate exams.

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  • A Cavalier Catch-Up!

    Today we had the opportunity to catch up with CHS Alumna Jillian Latour who was the top graduate in the Class of 2018. Jillian attended Georgia Institute of Technology this fall and is home for the holidays. This semester Jillian took Computer Science, Linear Algebra, French, English, and a Freshman Introduction course.

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  • CHS Supports Union County Christmas Bureau

    Supporting the Union County Christmas Bureau has become an annual holiday tradition for CHS and this year was no exception. A Giving Tree covered in tags listing the wishes and needs of 70 children was set up in the Media Center.

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  • CHS Recognizes Computer Science Education Week

    December 3-9, 2018 is Computer Science Education Week. Computer Science Education Week is held annually in recognition of the birthday of computing pioneer Admiral Grace Murray Hopper (December 9, 1906). CHS classes have been involved in many activities to recognize and promote this special week. One example is Ms. Jennifer Abuaita’s Multimedia classes. Today they participated in the International Hour of Code. The Hour of Code website states, “Coding helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path.”

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  • Cuthbertson Hires Carroll to Lead Lacrosse Program

    Coach James Carroll has spent the past 10 years coaching youth sports including softball, soccer, baseball, wrestling and lacrosse. He began his lacrosse tenure as Middle School Boys Lacrosse coach at Sun Valley, where the team finished 3rd in the MS championship. The following year he took a position coaching at Cuthbertson middle school. Under his leadership the program has produced winning seasons in each of his years at the helm.

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  • CHS Theater Presents "The Three Musketeers"

    Join us for the CHS Theater Production of "The Three Musketeers!" In celebration of the ten year anniversary of Cuthbertson High School, we are producing a show about some of the most well-known Cavaliers! This play recounts the adventures of a young man named d'Artagnan as he travels to Paris to join the Musketeers of the Guard. Although d'Artagnan is not able to join this elite corps immediately, he befriends the three most formidable musketeers of the age - Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, and gets involved in affairs of the state and court.

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  • Forensics Students Visit Union County Courthouse

    On November 13th, Ms. Schultz’ and Ms. Rudisill's Forensics classes went to the Union County Courthouse as well as the Union County Jail. This was an interesting experience just due to the fact that none of us knew what to expect. At the Courthouse we learned about the Supreme, District and Federal Courts and how those are held, and we got to sit in on hearings. The Courthouse was huge with so many rooms and so many people there all the time for so many different reasons. The lunch there wasn't all that bad either!

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  • Tsoukalas plays with the U17 Greece national team at the European Tournament (UEFA)

    CHS Junior Toni Tsoukalas has been playing soccer since she was four years old! Toni’s parents are Greek, and she herself has Greek citizenship and speaks Greek. As a result of a coach of the Greek National Team watching videos of her playing soccer, Toni had been invited to soccer camps in Greece over the last few years. Including this last trip, Toni has been to Greece five times. This year she was invited again to join the U17 Greek National Soccer Team to play in the UEFA (European Championships) qualifying round. The tournament took place in Greece (the host nation) of Group 9. This group included 4 teams: Greece, Northern Ireland, Kazakhstan and Switzerland. Toni was the only player on her team not from Greece! The tournament took place in Northwest Greece in a town called Ioannina. We are proud to share Toni’s amazing story – told in her own words.

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  • CHS Theater Department to Perform

    The CHS Theatre Department is presenting two one-act plays, “The Importance of Being Earnest” and “The Women of Lockerbie.” Performances will be at 7:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, October 19 and 20. General admission is $5.

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