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  • Next Tech Showcase Draws Crowds to Century Center for Second Year

    Walking into the Carrboro Century Center on Saturday, May 4, one of the first striking impressions was the sea of bright purple tee shirts on young people throughout the large room. The tee shirts said, “Next Tech: Student Showcase,” and they identified the 40 or more CHCCS middle and high school students who were leading the second annual Next Tech Showcase for an audience of nearly 200 tech enthusiasts.

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  • Rival Lacrosse Teams Unite to Raise Money for Be Loud! Sophie

    Friends and family of rival hometown lacrosse teams, Chapel Hill High School and East Chapel Hill High School gathered together for the first King of the Hill Men’s Lacrosse Fundraiser and game on April 16th, benefiting the Be Loud! Sophie Foundation. The weather was a picture perfect Carolina spring evening, when old acquaintances and new friendships were made.

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  • Rival Baseball Teams Raise Money for Vs. Cancer

    This year’s Chapel Hill High School Tigers, and the Wildcats of East Chapel Hill High School are gearing up to play their annual rivalry baseball game, as they look to add to the impressive fundraising totals in recent years. The fundraising organization is Vs. Cancer, and the game will be played at CHHS on Friday, April 26 at 7 p.m.

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  • Tim Bennett of Chapel Hill High Named NC Athletic Director of the Year

    The athletic director at Chapel Hill High School, Tim Bennett, has added another top CHCCS prize by being named North Carolina Athletic Director of the Year. He received the award at the NC Athletic Directors State Conference on March 31 for his contributions to Interscholastic Athletics.

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  • Chapel Hill High Students Gain Work Experience at Tiger Cafe

    From Proconian, by Eh Ker Paw: Set just around the corner of a classroom in the A-building, Tiger Cafe sells coffee and baked goods every school day to teachers, while providing job skills for students. “We want to provide an enhanced atmosphere and an inviting place for employees at Chapel Hill High School,” teacher assistant and Tiger Cafe facilitator Meredith Morse said.

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