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  • CHCCS High School Students Win SKJAJA Award

    The 10th Annual SKJAJA fundraising celebration highlighted the invaluable contributions from a group of high school students who have provided much of the energy and time that allows the nonprofit to succeed in our community. At its November 1st anniversary event, SKJAJA awarded its Volunteer of the Year recognition to a group of Chapel Hill High and East Chapel Hill High students who have led their schools’ SKJAJA Clubs over the past four years.

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  • Fall Athletic Season Wraps Up With Four CHCCS Titles

    The athletic programs at Chapel Hill High, East Chapel Hill and Carrboro High School notched plenty of great achievements during the fall sports season, including four team and individual North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) titles: men’s soccer at CHHS, women’s cross country at Carrboro High, and top individual finishers in cross country in both women’s (CHS) and men’s (East).

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  • CHCCS Students Launch "NC to Normandy 2019" Campaign

    Veterans Day weekend 2018 will long be remembered by six Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools students as the official launch of their “NC to Normandy 2019” campaign to bring two World War II veterans back to Normandy, France, for the 75th Commemoration Ceremonies next June.

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  • Author Kwame Alexander Visits East Chapel Hill High School

    Kwame Alexander has been writing poetry since he was 12 years old, and his first poem was for his mother, on Mother’s Day. On Thursday, October 18, an overflow crowd at East Chapel Hill High School, plus an online audience from other middle and high schools, listened to Alexander recite that first poem as part of his Public School Foundation-funded reading and talk.

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  • CHCCS High School Students Attend Equity Day

    Small groups of students from all four CHCCS high schools traveled to North Carolina State University early last Monday morning, September 24, for a day-long symposium on Student Equity.

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