Our Mission Statement

Non Scholae Sed Vitae Discimus ~We Learn Not for School But for Life
Our mission is to develop well-educated, responsible, and productive global citizens through a program of studies centered on reading, writing, mathematical, technological, and cultural proficiency. This will enable them to face the challenges of their post-secondary careers, to grow as people, to value differences among individuals, to achieve their fullest potential, to become responsible citizens, to value lifelong education, and to adapt to a changing world. Students, parents, staff, and the Chapel Hill/Carrboro community are equal partners in this mission.

Carrboro High School News


CHS 2015 Summer School Bus Routes 

Click here for information regarding summer school bus routes. 


Final meeting of the year: Tues, June 2nd, 6pm - 7pm, CHS Cafe Commons.
Come vote in the new Board! Many important positions are open, including President, VP, eNews Editor, and Committee Chairs.  Click for more info: CHS PTSA Volunteer Opportunities

eNewsletter: Click HERE for the most recent edition with important information on SIT openings, the Fred Lockwood Fund, the Mural Unveiling event, and Project Grad! (Note: please check your email SPAM folder if you are not receiving the weekly eNews editions.) 

Carrboro High School News

Congratulations CHS Womens' Soccer
2015 2A State Champs!

The CHS Womens' Soccer team won the North Carolina 2A State Championship on May 30th, beating Forbush 2-1 in OT! They also set an NCHSAA record for fewest goals allowed in a season with 2. Read press coverage below:

News & Observer article 


Message from John Hite and Leah Simon: 

We want to give a heartfelt thanks for all whom have made this Silent Auction possible.  We could not have done this without teamwork of our Silent Auction Committee nor without the enthusiasm of the CHS Staff, Students and Parents who donated items, money and time to make this such a successful event. There were even .... Read more...