Mr. Archie Roberts (Carpentry) and Mr. Neal Black (Technical Drawing) received the Garland Gravatt Community Service Award this past Monday Night at the Timbers Restaurant. The award was presented to both for their leadership of CHS students and through helping the students to design and build houses for the Caroline County Habitat for Humanity. .
Join the Boys Basketball team for their Silent Night. Please enjoy this short video made by the team explaining the event.
INSPIRING-BHMVA tells the famous, forgotten and always inspiring stories of African American history in Virginia.
COMPELLING- BHMVA national and traveling exhibitions provoke thought, encourate conversatin, and compel visitors to explore a deeper understanding of history and culture.
CONNECTING-BHMVA programs create a stimulating and fun learning opportunity for families, individuals, colleagues, and friends.
WELCOMING-BMHVA offers a dynamic, multidimentional visitor experience where patrons are warmly greeted when they arrive, engaged while visiting, and eager to return after they leave.
(Description taken from www.blackhistorymuseum.org. )
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LOCATED IN HISTORIC JACKSON WARD
122 West Leigh Street, Richmond, VA 23220
Josh Wells, OT from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, visited Caroline High School and spoke to the Cavalier football team yesterday. He shared his story of being a walk-on at James Madison University and making the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted Free Agent. He touched on other topics including work ethic and accountability as well as how family and faith are more important than NFL money.
He also answered questions from the players. Josh played high school football at Hanover High, where the current Caroline High School Principal, Mr. Just, was his head coach.
The Caroline High School SCA is excited to make the season brighter for local families and furry friends. These student leaders organized an Angel Tree this year and were able to provide presents for ten families in need as well as pet supplies for the Caroline Animal Shelter. Over 70 presents were collected! Thank you to all of the teachers, staff, students, parents, and especially to U4C Victory Ministries for being angels and making an impact in our community this year.