National Honor Society Induction Thursday, September 29 at 5:30 PM in the Performing Arts Center
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Josten's Junior Ring Orders due Friday, September 30 during lunches Room 4102
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Josten's Senior Meeting October 7 during Advisory in the Performing Arts Center
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GearUP FASFA October 15 from 10 AM until 1 PM Room 4113
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Senior and Junior Class Parent Night will be at 5:30 PM on Thursday, September 8, in the Performing Arts Center.
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Jostens will be here on September 23 to meet with juniors to distribute information regarding ring orders. They will return on September 30 to take ring orders.
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District Dress Down, Friday, September 30 Students $1, Staff $2
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ATTENDANCE SEAT TIME DATES for 2016-17 October 29 November 19 January 28 February 25 March 25 April 29
CCHS and TCTC MISSION STATEMENT
Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center (TCTC) will prepare every student to graduate with a 21st century education to be globally competitive for their chosen college and/or career path.
Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center Vision, Purpose and Core Values
OUR VISION Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center will be world-class schools that ensure all students achieve at high levels.
OUR PURPOSE Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center will prepare every student to graduate with a 21st century education to be globally competitive for their chosen college and/or career path.
OUR CORE VALUES v Our core purposes are teaching and learning. v Effective teaching is the most essential factor in student learning. v Effective leadership supports learning and optimal performance for all students. v Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center are committed to every student being successful in meeting the Profile of the SC Graduate when provided high expectations and sufficient, appropriate supports. v A safe, secure, and positive environment will be conducive for teaching and learning. v Trusting, positive, and productive relationships among all stakeholders are built through meaningful communication and engagement. v Organizational development and professional growth opportunities for all employees are essential to becoming a world-class school. v Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center are committed to ensuring every student has an equitable, effective digital learning environment. v Every member of Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center works for kids and makes important contributions toward becoming a world-class high school.
OUR MOTTO Preparing every child today for tomorrow!
CCHS Alma Mater
Here’s to you our Alma Mater, the fairest of them all. We will cherish each golden memory of the days within your halls. May the Cougars ever bring fame and honor to your name. Raise the battle cry; let the colors fly for Colleton County High.
Do you have a desire to be involved with business after high school? Want to travel and compete at the State and National Level?
Increase Fruits and Vegetables:Only 20% of high school students in our country report eating five servings of fruits and vegetables every day. It takes planning and trial and error to increase the fresh fruits and veggies your family eats, but you will see many benefits over time.
Eat Real Food: Over the past 30 years, the rates of childhood obesity have been increasing steadily. We have the opportunity to lower the amount of junk food our families are eating by increasing the amount of healthful, homemade meals and healthy snacks they consume.
Drop Liquid Calories: Today, we are drinking more sugary beverages than ever before. Most of these sugary beverages are consumed at home, so we as parents and as caregivers can have a direct impact on decreasing the amount of empty calories our families are consuming from these sweet drinks.
Wellness Mission Statement"Encourage best health practices for staff and students at Colleton County High School."
KERMIT TREVOR HUDSON MEMORIAL Celebrate, Be Thankful...Make a difference! This is your opportunity to honor the memory of Kermit Trevor Hudson and his love of music through the KTHMF Scholarship Fund established as his living legacy to make a difference in the lives of piano, voice, and audiovisual scholarship recipients for years to come. Donations for this fund can be made at the Fee Window or online at: https://sites.google.com/site/kermittrevorhudsonmemorialfund/
This site provides easy access to families regarding what children should be learning in school each year. These family-friendly standards are organized by grade level and address English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. The site includes updated content for the Common Core State Standards and is available in English and Spanish. The majority of the content for Common Core on the site was developed by the Council of the Great City Schools.
USATestprep is an effective web based technology to improve student test performance. It is available for EOC, SAT and ACT. USATestprep also help with most core content such as ELA, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 etc... 1. Go to www.usatestprep.com 2. Select “Member Login” at the top right corner 3. If your child has never logged in before, create a student profile Account ID: colletonsc Activation Code: stu3533 4. If your child has logged in before, ask him/her for their login information Account ID: colletonsc 5. Login to the site using your student username and password 6. Once logged in, click on the “Getting Started” button on your home page