Senior Survey
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Cheerleading Teams


Football Cheer



Allen, Lacey

Bickers, Emily

Boling, MariAllen

Brisk, Leah

Bush, Emmie

Downs, Kylie

Durden, Amaya

Exum, Carter

Gregory, Maggie

Harris, Jaylyne

Lawrence, Kate

Lawrence, Madelyn

Lopez-Mays, Brooklyn

McDaniel, Caroline

Reasor, Abby

Thomas, Alexxus

Thompson, Aspen

Vickers, Britney

Williams, Briana

Williams, Faith



Football Cheer

(Junior Varsity)


Bickers, Zella

Carithers, Ta'Nashia

Carnegia, Tonia

Ellis, Layla

Folsom, Hannah

Fulgham, Halie

Miller, Zoe

North, Morgan

Rountree, Kaeli

Smith, Emily

Spencer, Rokita

Thompson, Z’mya

Vining, Chloe

Ward, Rebecca

Warren, Emma



Basketball Cheer



Allen, Lacey

Brown, Amiyah

Carithers, Ta’nashia

Durden, Amaya

Lopez-Mays, Brooklyn

Norman, Alexia

Reynolds, Zaniyah

Smith, Sabrina

Southerland, Janae

Spencer, Rokita

Thomas, Alexxus

Thompson, Z’mya

Williams, Brianna

Williams, Faith


2020 CHS Senior Slideshow

summer reading



The summer reading assignments are voluntary and will be extra credit in the courses listed above.

Links to photos taken of the drive-thru graduation can be found below:

2020 CHS Honors Day

2020 Senior Superlatives

2020 CHS Honors Night


Students and Parents, after much deliberation and discussion, the Cook County Schools leadership team made the decision to give each student a 100 for their W4 grading term. While this decision was not made lightly, we do believe it was made equitably. When you all left school on March 12, we believed we would see you again after a long weekend. Our plans were to come back and complete the teaching of grade level standards, prepare and take end of year tests, and continue remediating and accelerating in preparation for next school year. In the blink of an eye, all of those plans changed. We could have said your final grade was what you had when you thought you had eight weeks to better your grade. However, as seasoned educators, we know that during the last quarter of the school year your motivation, as well as ours, kicks into overdrive as we see the end in sight and want to finish well. With this thought in mind, we debated supplying you with work to prove this motivation. Then reality kicked in. We thought of those of you home alone while parents are working trying to decipher new material or remember past material that you didn’t quite understand in the classroom. We also thought of you who are at home with multiple siblings and the burden that causes your parents. We thought of the lack of technology and possible contaminated packets coming into your homes. And then our thoughts turned to harsher realities where you have loved ones sick and your thoughts are nowhere near school. Or your families are facing job losses and your focus is on eating and paying bills. Once State Superintendent Richard Woods encouraged all of Georgia to show compassion over compliance, we knew our initial thoughts were the ones we needed to go with. Therefore, in the season of compassion, your teachers have given you a 100 as the grade for your final quarter of school. Additional points will be given to students in the following categories: Honors-3, Dual Enrollment-4, and AP-5. Our hope is that you will accept this with an understanding that we believe in YOU. We were looking forward to the last days of this school year with you and the gains you were going to make. Your grades will be posted by noon today and you can email your teachers if you have any questions. Continue to learn during this time as we look forward to seeing you soon!

Driver's License

Flipgrid Book Club

SAT Prep - Khan Academy Tutorial

USATestPrep Tutorial

Online Resources - Part 1

Online Resources - Part 2

SENIOR Recognition (senior supplies, yard signs, Val/Sal/Third)

A message from some of our CHS family

We Miss Our Students!

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Talking To and Supporting Our Children During the Pandemic

The Georgia Department of Education invites parents and others caring for children during the pandemic to join a webinar this Thursday, April 2nd at 2:00 p.m., as Dr. David Schonfeld joins us live to provide the presentation “Talking to and Supporting our Children during the Pandemic.” He will be available to answer questions, also. Dr. Schonfeld is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician and the Director of the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, as well as Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California. He is a member the Executive Committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Disaster Preparedness and Recovery and he serves on the National Biodefense Science Board. Click hereto register.

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Pictures/Videos Submitted by Students and/or Parents Since the Closing

Bell Schedule               

         1st Block        8:15 -   9:39

         H.E.L.P          9:45 - 10:19

         2nd Block     10:25 - 11:49

         3rd Block      11:50 -   1:45

         4th Block        1:51 -   3:15


   Early Checkout Cut-Off    3:00

Office Hours 7:30 - 4:30

CHS News

Mr. CHS - Cason Bullard

Fri Feb 21 06:40 AM


AP Honor School Award
CHSl Named AP Honor School

Fri Feb 21 08:26 AM

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Shelli Phillips



Teacher of the Year

Shelli Phillips



Star Student of the Year

Gracie White

Star Teacher of the Year

Bill Durrance

Star Student and Teacher

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Work-Based Learning Program

WBL Application


2020 WBL Recruitment Video

2020 WBL Scholarships and Awards

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