- FIRST Chesapeake Robotics District Champion
- FIRST Robotics Competition Dean’s List finalist (1 of 173 international finalists)
- Winner of Virginia Computing Award
- National Honorable Mention for Computing Award
- Featured in STEM-focused Make magazine
On Saturday April 21st Students from CHS competed at the State SkillsUSA Competition in Virginia Beach. Mr. Honeycutt and Mr. Anderson would like to say thanks to: Kallie Shepherd, Lauren Henkel, EJ Meadows, Logan Williams, Noah Bradley, and John Carter. You all did a great job and we are proud of you!
Congratulations to Devin Cassell. He placed first in the Small Engine event and earned $17,500 in scholarships as well as Snap-On tools. Devin has qualified for the National competition that will take place in Louisville, Kentucky later in June. Great work Devin!
Students representing Mr. Anderson’s Small Engines Program and Mr. Honeycutt’s Criminal Justice Program will participate in the Skills USA State Competition in Virginia Beach this weekend.
Noah Bradley, John Carter and Devin Cassell will represent the Small Engines program, and Nhiya Dewer, Lauren Henkle, Alyrica Kelly, Eric Meadows, Callie Shepard and Logan Williams will compete in the Criminal Justice categories.
On April 19th, two CHS FFA teams competed against teams from Hanover, Spotsylvania, Northern Neck Tech., Culpepper, King William and Orange counties. Congratulations to Tristan Bissoon and Noah Bradley for taking 3rd place in Tractor Troubleshooting and Bryce Ziadeh for a 3rd place win in Small Engines.
Way to GO, Cavs!!