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  • Tiger Links Kicks Off New Year

    On Friday morning, August 24, nearly 300 new Tigers jammed into the bleachers in the Chapel Hill High gym for the first segment of their orientation.

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  • Chapel Hill High Hosts Vietnamese Educators

    The National Humanities Center, based in RTP, did not have to look far when searching for a top tier social studies teacher to join their group of educators for a joint venture with the University of Vietnam.

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  • Chapel Hill High School Breaks Ground for Major Reconstruction

    There were more than a dozen shovels and matching hard hats, numerous yellow tee shirts that read, “Please excuse our progress,” and under the breezeway, rows of chairs that were soon filled with Chapel Hill High School teachers, students, parents, CHCCS administrators, school board members and county commissioners, among others. Not bad for a drizzly Tuesday morning at 8 o’clock...

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  • New Principals Named for Three Schools: McDougle Elementary, Chapel Hill High and East Chapel Hill High

    The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education approved the hiring of three new principals earlier this evening.

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  • PTSA Scholarship Program Enables Students to Attend Community College

    In the fall of 2015, the Chapel Hill High School PTSA received a grant for approximately $7,000. During the conversations that followed, the PTSA Executive Board explored a variety of school initiatives that could be developed with that funding. Current president Kirsten Barker said that over the past several years, “The CHHS PTSA has been trying to highlight that we are an organization that supports ALL CHHS students, parents and staff. We felt that a good way to put those words into action would be to focus on students who were continuing to community college, so we could continue to provide support that they would be leaving behind when they left the safety net of high school.”

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