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  • "Best Communities in Music Education" Recognizes CHCCS District

    Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools was recently recognized by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) as one of the 2019 Best Communities for Music Education in the country, one of only three districts in North Carolina to win the award. For parents, students and community members who attend the numerous CHCCS musical performances throughout the year, the honor should come as no surprise.

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  • Jr. Chef Competition Spotlights East Chapel Hill Culinary Arts Pair

    On Monday, April 1, when their peers at East Chapel Hill High School (ECHHS) were settling into first period classrooms, Elijah Neal and Max Butler buttoned up white chef jackets for a morning workout of culinary tasks. As one of eight teams in the state to reach the final round in the North Carolina Jr. Chef Competition (NCJCC), Neal and Butler had been rehearsing their recipe, NC Sweet Potato Poutine, for weeks.

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  • High School Students Selected for 2019 Governor's School

    CHCCS had 15 students selected to attend the 2019 NC Governor's School this summer.

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  • East Chapel Hill Student Wins National Scholastic Art Award

    Jihee Seo, a senior at East Chapel Hill High School (ECHHS), learned on March 13 that her illustration, "Walk through Chapel Hill," has won a National Silver Medal in the Scholastic Arts and Writing competition.

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  • CHCCS Students Excel at Learning through Languages Symposium

    On Friday, February 1, the FedEx Global Education Center on UNC campus hosted nearly 100 high school world language students from across North Carolina for the Learning through Languages Research Symposium. Ten of the 36 teams in competition came from Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, and although they didn’t sweep the awards entirely, they made a grand showing.

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