CHS Future Farmers of America Spirit Week

MONDAY-Hat Day (Wear your favorite hat!)
TUESDAY– Crockin’ & Rockin’ (Break out your Crocs!)
WEDNESDAY-Cowboy/Cowgirl Day (Rock your Western wear!)
THURSDAY-Drive Your Tractor To School Day
(Dress warmly. Leave home early to get to school on time!!)
FRIDAY-Blue and Gold Day (Wear your blue and gold for FFA!)

Congratulations CHS Senior Betas!

At the Virginia Senior Beta Convention in Hampton, VA, Caroline High School students were amazing!  Congratuations to everyone who participated in a test, competition or skit.  You all worked incredibly hard, and it showed!

The following CHS Betas join the winners from the Virginia Beta Leadship Summit and are National Beta Convention bound!

Jonathan Parker-NEW VA State Beta Secretary
Laila Amshoff-1st Place Visual Arts-Jewelry Division I
Emily Gillespie-2nd Place Creative Writing Division II
Ainsley Newcomb-2nd Place 10th Grade Language Arts
Jaidyn Davis, Neveah Echezona, Emily Gillespie, Tkai Jackson, Sara Migliorini & Jordan Rollins-Williams-2nd Place Campaign Skit (for Jonathan’s Campaign)
Geaninna Luciano-3rd Place 12th Grade Spanish
Micah Pugh-3rd Place 11th Grade Social Studies

Individual winners at the Va Senior Beta ConventionCampaign Skit winners

Cavalier Spirit Murals

Cavalier Senior, Lindsey Gorham, complete the first Cavalier Mural in the Art Hallway at CHS. This mural shows the famous artist Vincent van Gogh as a Cavalier. The murals are sponsored by the Caroline High School P.T.S.O and are the collective vision of the students on the Principal’s Student Advisory Group, Mrs. Boltz, and Lindsey. The goal is to have a similar mural in each hallway.

Sprit Murals

Gabriela Jeanette Bolanos, CHS Student of the Month

Gabriala Bolanos







Gabriela Jeanette Bolanos, daughter of Mellkis and Claudia Ramos, was selected as Student of the Month for January at Caroline High School. She is a member of the Student Council Association, the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy, the National Senion Beta Club and the National Honor Society. Gaby is also president of Mu Alpha Theta, secretary of the senior class, captain of the girls tennis team and was a member of the cross country team. Gabriela was nominated by her teachers because she is responsible, kind, dedicated, and outgoing. She has assisted in the blood drives at CHS, various impact projects, she tutors, and enjoys helping others.

After graduation Gabriela plans to attend to JMU to begin her path to becoming a physical therapist.