Caroline High School is hosting the second annual transition workshop for all incoming 9th grade students, “What it takes to be successful at CHS” and your student is invited!
Date: Tuesday August 1, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Caroline Middle School
Breakfast, Lunch, a CAVALIER Nation T-Shirt, and Fun-Filled
Friendly Student Competitions, are all provided FREE of charge;
we just need to see your student there!
The workshop will include topics such as:
√ Goal Setting
√ Organizational Skills for College and Career Readiness
√ Academic Study Skills
√ Cavalier Teamwork
√ Cavalier Character
Register today and help your Freshman Transition Successfully!
Registration Deadline: July 20, 2017
Call or email Assistant Principal, Mr. Josh Just, to reserve your student’s spot today!
(804) 633-9886, ext. 5127 or email@example.com.
Please provide the following information when leaving a message:
√ Student’s Name
√ Parent Phone Number & Email
√ Student’s Shirt Size
√ Student’s Allergies
√ Transportation Request–Let us know if your child requires county transportation to attend this event.
Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team on their 8-3 conference play off victory over King George.
Matt Carter went 3 for 3 and pitch 5 strong innings. Zach Proctor closed out the victory for the Cavaliers. Billy Wojcik, Collin Knowles, Seth Shannon, “Big Tay” England and “Little Johnny” Chapman all collected hits, and Bryan Kovach and Tyler Sotzing cored runs.
Caroline will travel to Louisa to take on Eastern View for the semi-finals.
Take a few moments and check out the CHS March Newsletter for fantastic news, a few reminders and upcoming events.
CHS Newsletter March 2017
Kirsten Whittaker became the first Cavalier since 1995 to earn a spot on the State Honor Band.
Congratulations on earning this honor against stiff competition and for representing yourself as well as Cavalier Nation will such distinction.
About 80 girls participated in the annual Cavalier Nation Powder Puff Football Game on November 11th.
The Seniors showed their dominance by easily defeating the Freshmen in the championship game. Also, 6 boys performed as sideline cheerleaders, pulling off a highly difficult pyramid stunt.
Thanks to Mrs. Tillapaugh for organizing the event, and also thanks to the multiple staff members who coached, worked concessions and the chains, and provided supervision and clean up to make this a successful fundraiser for the National Honor Society.