Parking & Off-Campus Applications
Parking and Off Campus forms are available on the CHS website and in the main office at this time. Parking is available to any junior or senior who is passing at least 70% of his or her classes, has at least 25 service learning hours recorded, and pays the $100.00 fee for the year. Off campus passes are available to only seniors who meet the above mentioned requirements. Parking and Off Campus forms should be turned in to Ms. Lombardi starting on Wednesday, July 15 from 8am-3pm. The parking hang tag distribution dates will be announced at a later time.
To participate in Fall Sports, 2 requirements must be met by August 1st. 1) Parents need to register their child online using the parent's email address and 2) A current physical must be submitted to the Athletic Director.
Register online at the CHS Athletic Webpage.
CHS Fall sports tryouts start in early August. Visit the CHS Jaguar Athletics webpage or click below to see specific dates:
CHS Summer School starts Tues, July 7th from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm. The session will last until July 31st. Lunch is served daily. Please contact Ms. Moon or Brittany Deeds, ext. 25027, for more information. Students can come in on July 7th and complete an application in the Commons Area.
CHS 2015 Summer School Bus Routes
Click here for information regarding summer school bus routes.
Volunteer!: Click for 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 Jaguar students, coaches and parents on winning the 2015 NCHSAA Wells Fargo Cup in the 2-A Classification! The Cup is awarded annually to the school with the best overall interscholastic sports program.
From the NCHSAA:
"Carrboro had an impressive spring to secure its fourth consecutive Cup, rolling up 305 points in the spring for its 677.5 total, well ahead of runner-up Lake Norman Charter at 382.5 points. Carrboro, with playoff points in six different sports, won both the 2-A men’s dual team tennis title and the women’s soccer state crown, was second in women’s outdoor track and then picked up major points as the top 2-A finisher in women’s lacrosse."
Congratulations Class of 2015!
For more pictures of CHCCS Graduation Ceremonies visit the CHCCS Facebook Page.
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.
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