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CHS Athletics and Activities

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
Amnesty International CHS is one of the most active student groups in the region, working on behalf of human rights.

ADVANCEMENT VIA INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATION (AVID)
Explore the path to college!

ATHLETIC TRAINING
Learn more about sports-related careers and support CHS athletics!

BEST ALL-AROUND CLUB OF NERDS (BACON)
Science club active in competitions, projects, and trips. And explosions. Web site:  www.chsbacon.com

BLACK KNIGHT NEWS
Produces morning announcements, news.

CAPTURE THE FLAG
Join your friends to play this outdoor game!

THE CHAIN (YEARBOOK)
Student photojournalists take pictures, write copy, and design the CHS yearbook, The Chain. Web site: www.chainyearbook.com

CHESS CLUB
What do Madonna, Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, and Will Smith have in common? They all play chess.

DEBATE AND FORENSICS
Fosters skill in debate and forensics, including public speaking, research, writing, and competitions.

DECA (MARKETING)
Prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

DESSERT THEATER
A student-directed spring theater experience that is both humorous and delicious. Students must try out for this performance opportunity.

FAMILY CAREER & COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA
FCCLA meets with students during class time, because CTE clubs are co-curricular. We plan ways to help the community through food bank drives or collaboration with other organizations.

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES
Join like-minded students as they explore what it means to be both an athlete and a Christian.

FITNESS AND WEIGHT TRAINING CLUB
The Fitness and Weight Training Club helps students become healthy and strong through personalized fitness and weightlifting routines.

FUTSAL
Futsal is the only indoor soccer game recognized by FIFA.

GRAFFITI (LITERARY MAGAZINE)
Publishes an annual collection of student writing and artwork.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Volunteers active in building homes.

HEALTH OCCUPATIONS STUDENTS OF AMERICA (HOSA)
Promotes health-related careers.

IMPROV CLUB (CIA) CHARLOTTESVILLE IMPROV ALLIANCE
Charged with framing the community’s mind to mirth and merriment — which bars a thousand harms and lengthens life — the Club invites students to work collaboratively, develop critical thinking and public speaking skills, and engage in creative dialogues

INTERNATIONAL CLUB
The International Club offers the opportunity for students from all backgrounds to come together to share cultures and traditions. It is open to all students, with an emphasis on students from other countries, as a place for them to feel welcome and to help them acclimate into the Charlottesville High School community.

INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY (THEATER CLUB)
Prepare for various Shakespeare Competitions, work on language, watch great films, see performances in town.

KEY CLUB
Key Club is an international student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership.

MEDIUM ~ ART CLUB
Inspire and develop artistic talents.

MODEL UNITED NATIONS
We meet weekly to discuss world events, research and write position papers, and prepare for conferences where we will represent a country at the Model United Nations. Other activities: fundraising for conferences and spreading awareness of international events important to our members.

MU ALPHA THETA – MATH HONOR SOCIETY
The club is for students who are interested in mathematics and have done well academically in math. We are a chapter of the national organization. Our purpose is to increase knowledge about and interest in math. We hope to compete and to involve the entire CHS community in mathematics.

NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY
Students who have been enrolled at CHS for at least one semester of art and photography and have a B or higher (with no major discipline referrals) are invited to apply for membership. Our purpose is to inspire and recognize those students who have outstanding ability in art.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
For students who demonstrate excellence in leadership, service, character, and academics. Juniors with a 3.0 GPA or above are encouraged to apply during first semester.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETIES IN WORLD LANGUAGE: FRENCH, GERMAN, LATIN, SPANISH
For students who demonstrate excellence in world languages (See respective clubs)

NATIONAL SCIENCE HONORS SOCIETY
To increase awareness of the career opportunities in fields of science, and to assist in science tutoring.Members are selected based on requirements of national charter.

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS
To encourage minority students to pursue studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. This club works closely with the UVA chapter of NSBE.

NEWSPAPER (KTR)
Help produce the Knight Time Review, the CHS student newspaper.

OUTDOOR CLUB
Interested in the outdoors? This is the club for you. We explore lots of outdoor recreational activities in a safe and inclusive atmosphere.

POP QUIZ/SCHOLASTIC BOWL TEAM
The team provides a weekly venue for competitions individually and in groups. The team competes in televised competitions, such as Battle of the Brains and It’s Academic, and in the VHSL Jefferson District. There are approximately 21 matches during regular season as well as independent tournaments. Team members compete nationally on a Knowledge Master team twice a year.

PRISM
Advocacy for Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, Transgender, and Questioning students and straight peers.

SISTERLY LOVE
Sisterly Love is a mentoring program that connects high school young ladies with University of Virginia college women. Students will discuss various topics regarding sisterhood, leadership, self-esteem, current events, and preparing for college. Our students also complete community service projects.

SPANISH CLUB
The goal of the Spanish Club is to promote Spanish/Hispanic/Latino culture and language. Membership is open for anyone interested in learning more about these rich cultures, as well as ways to promote Hispanism in our school and community.

STEP TEAM
Visible at all major CHS functions, the Step Team provides students an opportunity to express themselves as both a team and as an individual.

STUDENT COUNCIL ASSOCIATION
SCA oversees all student clubs and activities as a governing body of the school. Major responsibilities of the SCA include planning homecoming festivities, a spring talent show, and fostering communication between students and CHS staff. CHS SCA is a member of the VA Student Councils Association.

TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSOCIATION
Explore emerging technologies with your peers!

UPWARD BOUND
Upward Bound is a federally-funded program that provides academic support to help first-generation college-bound students transition from high school to college. Students spend part of their summer at UVA to have a college immersion experience. Students participate in cultural enrichment programs and tour several college campuses. Applications for Upward Bound are accepted in the spring for freshmen and sophomores.

YOUNG FEMINISTS’ ALLIANCE
Defends and supports equality for women.

Sours: http://charlottesvilleschools.org/chs/chs-school-activities/
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The Covenant School
Located in Charlottesville, VA, The Covenant School is a non-denominational, private, Christian day school for Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, visual and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.
The Covenant School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or sex in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, tuition assistance programs, athletic and other school-administered programs, nor in the hiring of faculty or staff.
Copyright © 2020, The Covenant School
Sours: https://www.covenantschool.org/athletics/teams-and-schedules
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Charlottesville High School

School in Charlottesville, VA, United States

Charlottesville High School

1400 Melbourne Road


Charlottesville

,

VA

22901


United States

Coordinates38°3′8″N78°28′34″W / 38.05222°N 78.47611°W / 38.05222; -78.47611Coordinates: 38°3′8″N78°28′34″W / 38.05222°N 78.47611°W / 38.05222; -78.47611
MottoEmbrace Diversity and Inspire Dreams[citation needed]
Opened1974
School districtCharlottesville City Schools
SuperintendentRosa S. Atkins
CEEB code470423
PrincipalEric Irizarry[1]
Teaching staff101.22 (FTE)[2]
Grades9-12
Enrolment1,196[2] (2018-2019)
Color(s)   Orange and black
Athletics conferenceJefferson District
AA Region II
Virginia High School League
SportsBaseball, basketball (boys and girls), competition cheerleading, cross country (boys and girls), field hockey, football, golf (boys and girls), indoor track (boys and girls), lacrosse (boys and girls), outdoor track and field (boys and girls), sideline cheerleading, soccer (boys and girls), softball, swimming and diving (boys and girls), tennis (boys and girls), volleyball (girls), wrestling[3]
MascotBlack Knight
NewspaperThe Knight Time Review
YearbookCHS Chain
WebsiteCHS website

Charlottesville High School is a public high school in the independent city of Charlottesville, Virginia, serving students from 9th to 12th grade. It is a part of Charlottesville City Schools.

It is the second largest high school in the region with a student population of approximately 1,200. The school grounds include a memorial garden, a running track, ballfields, landscaped courtyards and the Martin Luther King Jr. Performing Arts Center (or "MLK PAC"). Across Melbourne Road lies Theodose Stadium, which doubles as the field hockey stadium during the fall, and soccer and lacrosse stadium during the Spring season.

University Gardens, a University of Virginia family housing unit, is zoned to Charlottesville High School.[4][5][6]

History[edit]

Charlottesville High School was founded by John Cunningham in 1904 and was built in 1974 because the Lane High School building had become too small to accommodate all students within the city limits. Lane High school saw its last graduating class in June, 1974. CHS opened its doors in September, 1974. The new school inherited their school colors (black & orange) as well as their mascot (the Black Knight) from the former high school. Lane High School was never demolished and is now the Albemarle County office building. Charlottesville High School's sports complex was still located on the grounds of the Lane High School building until the 1980s, when it was moved to a site across the street from CHS. During the last 20 years of the 20th century, CHS has had some major additions including a new gym facility and a large auditorium.

Renovations started in 2004, lasting two years, and included a fresh coat of paint[citation needed], updated class rooms, larger and modern restroom facilities, updated ventilation systems, new lockers[citation needed], and new, asbestos-free floor tile.

Athletics[edit]

CHS has many athletic programs, ranging from football to tennis, track and field to field hockey. Recent highlights include soccer (boys') winning a state championship in 2004.[citation needed] The Charlottesville High School boys soccer team also won the state championships in 2019.

Performing arts[edit]

In 1984, the 1,276-seat Performing Arts Center of Charlottesville (PAC) was built to address both the shortage of auditorium space for the high school as well as the area's need for a large venue to accommodate professional touring performances, such as the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Russian Ballet, and the Charlottesville performance of A Prairie Home Companion. In the fall of 2005, Charlottesville City Council decided to rechristen the Performing Arts Center of Charlottesville as "The Martin Luther King Jr. Performing Arts Center of Charlottesville" (MLK PAC), in order to honor the civil rights activist.[7] Sixty dates during the school year are reserved for school-sponsored events such as assemblies and the school's performing arts program.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Lloyd Burruss, former NFL player for the Kansas City Chiefs[8]
  • Eric Wilson, former NFL player for the Buffalo Bills[9]
  • Mike Cubbage, former MLB baseball player
  • Larry Mitchell, Former MLB player (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Eugene Puryear, vice presidential candidate of the Party for Socialism and Liberation in the 2008 United States presidential election
  • Boyd Tinsley, violinist, mandolinist, and singer, formerly of the Dave Matthews Band[10]
  • Will Anderson, vocalist and guitarist for the band Parachute
  • Alex Plank (Class of c. 2005) — autism advocate and founder of Wrong Planet web forums
  • Nikuyah Walker, Mayor of Charlottesville (2017~)
  • Alexander Vandegrift, United States Marine Corps four-star general and Medal of Honor recipient

References[edit]

  1. ^"CHS Names Dr. Eric Irizarry as CHS Principal". Charlottesville Tomorrow. 25 May 2016. Retrieved 5 August 2016.
  2. ^ ab"Charlottesville High". School Directory Information. National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 9 February 2021.
  3. ^"Archived copy"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on 2011-07-18. Retrieved 2008-11-18.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^"University Garden AreaArchived September 23, 2016, at the Wayback Machine." University of Virginia. Retrieved on October 7, 2011.
  5. ^"Map courtesy of City of Charlottesville Neighborhood Development Services March 2011Archived January 13, 2012, at the Wayback Machine." Charlottesville City Schools. Retrieved on October 7, 2011.
  6. ^"Zones by StreetArchived January 13, 2012, at the Wayback Machine." Charlottesville City Schools. Retrieved on October 7, 2011.
  7. ^Jaquith, Waldo. "School Boards Approves Naming CPAC After MLK". cvillenews.com.
  8. ^[1]Archived December 28, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^[2]
  10. ^Mora, Christina (2008-10-06). "Boyd Tinsley Donates to CHS Orchestra, Tennis and Academics". NBC 29. Retrieved 2008-10-19.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlottesville_High_School

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