Chick-fil-A Leader Academy

Chick-fil-A Leader Academy is a national high school leadership program focused on Impact through Action. Caroline High was chosen to be sponsored by our local Chick fil A located in Kings Dominion. Chick-fil-A Leader Academy focuses on the following leadership insights: vision and values, servant leadership, teamwork, communication, innovation and impact. 30 CHS students from 9th-12th grade will work together throughout the year and be exposed to timeless leadership principles and equipped with the skills needed to put those principles into practice. Throughout the program, students will also plan an end-of-year Impact Project, which is the culmination of the program. The Impact Project is student-planned and student-led. Stay tuned for great things from this group of kids!

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Celebrate Digital Citizenship Week – October 14-18!

What is your Digital Footprint?

Just like a footprint in the snow, your digital footprint is the stuff you leave behind while you are on the Internet. Unlike snow, this footprint will never melt. Your activity on social media, video conferencing, emails and use of apps is all part of your footprint and can potentially be seen and saved by others. Your digital footprint is forever. More information about one’s digital footprint can be accessed by clicking on the following link:

Digital Footprint

ABCD Winners

Congratulations to our 1st Quarter ABCD recipients and nominees! Our three award winners were Sylvia Anderson, ITRT at LCES, Nuria Luciano, Spanish Teacher at CHS, and Ryan Schulyer, School Counselor at CHS. The ABCD award winners were recognized at the School Board Meeting on Monday, October 7, 2019. Thank you for your contributions to CCPS, students, and staff! A special thank you to Grand Canyon University for their support of the ABCD awards.

Donnovan Miller, Ryan Schuyler, Dr. Calveric

CCPS Partners with Habitat for Humanity!

Superintendent and School Board Members with Habitat for HumanityCCPS students and staff are excited to support Habitat for Humanity with building homes for Caroline residents through the new self help program funded by USDA. The CHS building and trades program will prefabricate walls, culinary students will cater lunch on build days, and the art department will develop a safety character and a house rendering. CCPS students gaining real world experience and giving back to their community!   #3EReady #ServiceLearning #CivicEngagement #BlattNeighborhood