Come to the Cabaret! Original CHS student music and poetry. Thursday, March 3, CHS Theater stage, 7 pm - Free Admission.
Band Drive 2016 is underway. Band is open to all students. No experience necessary. See your counselor or any band student to sign up. Make a difference. Join the band!
The softball program really needs more players to have a team this year. If you are interested, contact Coach Faircloth.
Course Registration Information Session Correction!! You must be passing at least 5 classes in the previous semester as part of the requirements to be eligible for athletics at CHS. See Coach Ross with any questions about athletic eligibility!!
Online Registration for Spring Sports will closed on Monday Feb. 29. Some sports rosters have been finalized.
Do you walk or bike to school? Are you interested in local government? The Town of Carrboro needs a high school student for its Safe Route to Schools Committee. The committee’s goal is to increase the safety and convenience of walking or biking to school. The committee will meet four times per year, with the first meeting coming up in March. Visit the Town of Carrboro website or contact Mr Cottrell for more info
**Reminder that Service Learning hours is a requirement for graduation. See what opportunities there are, check your hours and so on at: https://sites.google.com/a/chccs.k12.nc.us/chapel-hill-carrboro-city-schools/academics/service-learning
Attention Juniors and Seniors! Cinderella’s Closet of the Triangle provides formal wear to high school girls who could not otherwise attend their prom. If this is you please see Ms. Crider for an application and get ready to pick out the perfect dress, shoes and jewelry! Deadline for applications is March 7th.
Good morning Carrboro High School, my name is Trenton Davis. February is Black History Month. Throughout this month, we honored a new generation of black leaders and black poets on the announcements. Each day, we celebrated the legacy of black Americans through either the reading of a poem or of a brief bio of an inspirational black figure.
For our last day of celebrating Black History month, we would like to remind our students to think critically about the systems in place around them. Our final quote comes to us from influential African-American writer and thinker, James Baldwin.
“I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually.”
Thank you for helping us to honor some of the poetry, literature, and lives of black Americans throughout this month.