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Soccer Playoffs

Round 1

Wednesday April 25th
Versus East Coweta
Packer Park

$7:00 Admission


Summer OpportunitiesCRMC Health Occupations & Math Enrichment Program Application

Students may apply to this summer program to at the hospital and receive math instruction from ABAC professors to help prepare for the SAT/ACT.
Natural Resources Conservation Workshop: An exciting summer experience for high school students that focuses on the value, protection, and conservation of Georgia's wildlife, forestry, and water resources. June 10-14, 2018, Tifton ABAC Campus

Other opportunities will be posted here as they become available.
2018 Edible Book Festival
And thanks to Moultrie Cinemas for serving as a sponsor!
CCHS FFA Members named State Finalists

Five Colquitt County FFA members have been named state finalists with their agricultural proficiency project. Agricultural Proficiencies are based off of a student’s Supervised Agricultural Experience Project which a student completes outside of the classroom that is related to agriculture. All five will compete this April at the Georgia State FFA Convention in Macon, GA.

Mary Logan Tostenson, daughter of Kyle and Wendi Tostenson, is a finalist in Specialty Animal Production. Mary Logan has built her own hives and added bees to them from the local apiary, Rossman Apiaries. She is working towards extracting her own honey and eventually selling it, while helping pollinate local farmers’ crops.

Garrett Griner, son of Keith and Monica Griner, is a finalist in Wildlife Management. Garrett helps and assist in the daily operations on his family’s Quail Farm. He is responsible for managing workers, checking on the water feeders, feeding and the delivery of quail.

Libba Johnson, daughter of Scott and Laura Perry, is a finalist in Small Animal Production. Libba cares and runs an AKC registered English Bulldog kennel. She is responsible for the daily operations of the kennel as well as the breeding of the dogs.

Montana Hall, daughter of Michael and Teresa Hall, is a finalist in the area of Equine Science Placement. Montana teaches horse riding lessons to kids through her father’s business. She teaches kids how to properly tack a horse, the basics of riding, and how to barrel race.

Mary Grace Harbin, daughter of Tim and Pam Harbin, is a finalist in Outdoor Recreation. Mary Grace volunteers at Reed Bingham State Park in Adel, Georgia where she assists campers at Junior Ranger Camps and helps with park clean up days.  

Pictured below: Mary Logan Tostenson, Libba Johnson, Garrett Griner, Montana Hall, Mary Grace Harbin

Written by: Kaitlyn Hart- FFA Reporter

CCHS FFA Members named Student Ambassadors

Colquitt County FFA members, Mackenzie Blair, Kaitlyn Hart, and Logan Moore have been selected to represent the Georgia FFA Foundation and Association at the 90th Georgia FFA State Convention during April 26-28 in Macon, GA. These students will have the opportunity to meet with sponsors, donors, potential sponsors, judges and special guests. They will have the chance to to interact with FFA members and supporters from across the state.

Pictured above: Mackenzie Blair , Kaitlyn Hart, and Logan Moore.   


Spring Drama Production April 20-21

The CCHS Drama Department invites the community to join us at the Withers Auditorium on Friday, April 20, and Saturday, April 21, at 7pmfor our Spring production of "Peter/Wendy" by Jeremy Bloom, adapted from J.M. Barrie’s Peter and Wendy. Tickets will be available at the door: Adults $5, Students $2.

In this lyrical, atmospheric interpretation of Peter Pan, Jeremy Bloom strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter lures Wendy away from her nursery to the magical world of Neverland, where she joins his adventures with Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the menacing Captain Hook. A low-tech, inventive adaptation that pays homage to the darker themes of J. M. Barrie's original, Peter/Wendy will mesmerize audiences of all ages.

Additionally, this production of “Peter/Wendy” is directed by Senior student, Jacob Eubanks. A regular actor in CCHS Drama plays, CCHS Choir musicals, and Colquitt County Art Center shows, Jacob decided to take on the new challenge of directing a show before graduating; he approached Drama teacher and program director Ms. Betsy Jones in Fall with his ideas about staging a student-directed production. “Peter/Wendy” hosts a variety of CCHS students on the stage and in the crew—some returning to the stage, others in their very first production.


Xavier Mitchell (Lost Boy), Darius Washington (Lost Boy), Michael Hill (Lost Boy), Kayla Rouse (Lost Boy), Hector Escobar (Lost Boy), Dominic Dove (Lost Boy), Donovan Horne (Mr. Darling), and Zach Brinson (Peter Pan)





Packer Pride Wall Open House - April 22, 2-4 PM

Governor's Honors Program

Congratulations to the following 2018 GHP Finalists: Victoria McDaniel for Theatre, Katelyn Hart for Ag Science, and Sam Kundi for Science. These students have been accepted to the prestigious Governor’s Honors Program at Berry College in Rome, GA. GHP is a 4-week residential summer program for gifted and talented, rising juniors and seniors in high school. Over 3,000 students across the state complete the rigorous application and interview process but less than 700 are accepted.

  Victoria McDaniel , Katelyn Hart , and Sam Kundi

Victoria McDaniel, Katelyn Hart, Samuel Kundi

Need a Grad Gift for your Senior?

Did your senior get yearbooks? Give the gift of memories! Contact Mrs. Tucker in the Guidance Office. Make checks payable to CCHS Yearbook.

Video Team Places 3rd in State Competition

On Saturday, March 24th, students from CCHS participated in the State Leadership & Skills Conference at the SkillsUSA Georgia competition held at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta. The team of Alec Crews and James Peacock placed third in the state in the category of Digital Cinema Production for their video, Tribute to Parents. Alec and James both hope to have a career in the video industry and credit their teacher, Greg Hall, for mentoring them through this process. The video can be viewed online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6aZjrIKAI4


Alec Crews, James Peacock

CCHS Symphonic Band

The CCHS Symphonic Band performed at the Georgia Music Educator’s Association Large Group Performance Evaluation on Friday, March 16th and received straight superiors on stage with a level 4/5 band program and in sight-reading. This is the highest ratings the students have the opportunity to achieve. There are GREAT things happening in all levels of the Colquitt County Schools Band program!

 CCHS Concert Band

Packers Place at State

Please congratulate the following students for their hard work and success at the 7-A State Literary Championship at Buford High School this past weekend: 

  • Jacob Eubanks, Boys Solo, 2nd place
  • Girls Trio--Kelsee Brady, Maegan Bair, and Julia Thorton--3rd place
  • Boys Quartet--Kobe Kenney, DJ Baines, Jacob Eubanks, and Noah Bullard—4th place
  • Sam Kundi, Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking, 6th place

Young Authors Winners

Kaleb Spradley, a junior, won the young authors award for 11th grade.Germán Llamas was the 12th grade winner. Rachel Moctezuma was the sophomore winner. Honorable mentions to Vicky Zhang, Gabrielle Gainous and Britney Nelms


Literary Competition Winners
At Region competition March 2nd, the CCHS Literary team won 2nd place overall! We congratulate these students on their individual event placements and contribution to the team's success! The first place winners will travel to Buford High School on March 17 to compete at the 7-A State Literary Championship. 

1st place Boys Solo: Jacob Eubanks
1st place Girls Trio: Kelsee Brady, Julia Thorton, Maegan Bair
1st place Extemporaneous Speaking (Domestic): Samuel Kundi

2nd place Personal Essay:  Kaitlyn Mitchell
2nd place Humorous Oral Interpretation: Jocelyn Galindo-Soto
2nd place Quartet: DJ Baines, JW Griffin, Kobe Kenney, Jacob Eubanks 

3rd place Argument Essay: Discovery Rojo 
3rd place Duo Oral Interpretation:  Victoria McDaniel + Xavier Mitchel

4th place Dramatic Oral Interpretation: Xavier Mitchell

CCHS Concert Band earns straight Superiors

Georgia Bandmaster Association Festival

CCHS ROTC CyberPatriots Compete in National Semi-Finals

The CCHS ROTC CyberPatriot team recently competed in the National Semi-Finals, a competition where teams are tasked with identifying and repairing security issues in a virtual computer environment. They advanced to this round after placing second in the Gold Tier in the state of Georgia. Nationally, only 231 of 807 teams advanced to National Semi-Finals. The team is awaiting results of the semi-final round. The top scoring teams advance to the national finals, which will be held in Washington, D.C. in April.

From left to right:  Col. Paul Nagy, Kobe Dillard, David Glass, José Galvan, Jay Pitts, Kobe Dillard, Dr. Cheryl Youse (not pictured: Master Yates)

GMEA District 2 Honor Band Winners

Students Case Gregory (8th), Haley Bonin (11th), and Luis Palomares (12th) participated in the GMEA District 2 Honor Band this weekend in Tifton. They were selected along with 270 other musicians in our area to participate based off of audition.


Brandon Yates (12th) participated in the GMEA District 2 Jazz Honor Band this weekend in Tifton. He was one of two drum set players selected and had the highest score of all set players who auditioned.



City of Moultrie Mayor William McIntosh signed a proclamation Tuesday, February 6, declaring February 4-10 as

National FBLA-PBL (Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda) Week in the City of Moultrie as CCHS FBLA and SRTC PBL members look on.

FBLA Students attend Regional Leadership ConferenceMembers of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) from Colquitt County High School and C. A. Gray Jr. High School attended the FBLA Region Leadership Conference at Southern Regional Technical College on January 12.  The 22 members attending competed in various competitions such as Business Calculations, Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance, and many others.  Members placing in the top 10 are:  Lexi Prosser placed 10th in Business Calculations; Qa'vonte Thomas placed 4th in Digital Video Production; Vicky Zhang placed 5th in Economics; Jackie Ramirez-Rubio placed 7th in Graphic Design; Melanie Flora placed 3rd in Hospitality Management; Jennie Hernandez placed 5th in Hospitality Management; Discovery Rojo placed 10th in Marketing; Sonny Patel, Discovery Rojo, and Vicky Zhang placed 5th as a team in Publication Design; Tyler Livingston and Darrius Williams placed 8th as a team in Sports & Entertainment Management; Ryan Trevino placed 2nd in Impromptu Speaking; Sonny Patel placed 7th in Job Interview; and German Llamas placed 7th in Public Speaking.  Lexi Prosser, Vicky Zhang, and Ryan Trevino scored high enough at the Region Leadership Conference to advance to the State Leadership Conference in March.  Other members will attend the State Leadership Conference in March and will compete in competitions offered only at the state level.

Front Row (L to R): Discovery Rojo, Aaron Pearson, Darrius Williams, Sonny Patel
Middle Row (L to R): Jackie Ramirez-Rubio, Vicky Zhang, Muriel Ren, Lily Ren, Melanie Flora, Stetson Edwards, Aholiba Martinez, German Llamas 
Back Row (L to R): Ryan Trevino, Tyler Livingston, Hennessy Arnold, Michelle Hernandez, Qa'vonte Thomas, Lexi Prosser, Ben Howard, Mario Bernal
Not Pictured: Jennie Hernandez
 Students Placing in Top 10:
Front Row (L to R): Discovery Rojo, Vicky Zhang, Sonny Patel
Back Row (L to R): Qa'vonte Thomas, Ryan Trevino, Melanie Flora, Lexi Prosser
Not Pictured: Jennie Hernandez

Date Change for the Prom / Ticket Sales

The date for the prom has been changed to Saturday, May 5th. Please mark your calendars! The prom will be held at SRTC this year. See you there!

2018 Prom Ticket Sale Dates:

  April 18 & May 2, 10:47 – 12:52, School Store

April 19,26,27 & May 3, 10:57 – 12:32 , School Store   

May 2 & 3, 3:20 – 4:00, School Store

HOSA Students attend Leadership Conference in Atlanta

CCHS sends students to Nationals

The Colquitt County FFA Chapter attended the 90th annual National FFA Convention and Expo held in Indianapolis, Indiana, Oct. 23-28. Fourteen students who placed first in a local contest sponsored by local businesses, placed first in a CDE competition, or won their proficiency had the opportunity to be a part of this year’s convention. Colquitt County had six individuals who competed while at National Convention.

Garrett Harrell took home a national title in his proficiency category of Agricultural Processing. Libba Johnson was named a national finalist in her proficiency area of Veterinary Science.

Tyler Robinson competed in the Job Interview CDE, earning a bronze title. The Marketing Plan CDE team, which consists of Kaitlyn Hart, Logan Moore, and Mary Logan Tostenson, was awarded silver.

Colquitt County also had two former students who attended and received their American Degree, Kylie Wilkes and Haley Gibson. The American Degree is the highest form of degree that one can receive in the FFA.

Student Emails

Colquitt County High School now provides email accounts for students. To log into your email, go to gmail login. Your email address is: lunchnumber@stu.colquitt.k12.ga.us. Your password is the same as your network login. This is the way you log into school chromebooks. Your school email is a great way to communicate with your teachers if necessary. You also will be receiving important information through your school gmail account about upcoming events, registration and other activities here at school. Log in now to see information about the Probe Fair on October 24th!

Office 365


If you need Microsoft Office on your home computer, you can download it by going to https://www.office.com
Log in using your student email address (lunch#@stu.colquitt.k12.ga.us) and your NETWORK password. In the upper right hand corner, click on the install icon and it will be available for use on your computer. You can then access that work from any computer. Do NOT try to install Office 365 on school computers; Office is already on those computers. Logging into Office 365 allows you to access your files on any computer.

April Students of the MonthCongratulations to CCHS Students of the Month!

12th Grade: Jordan Kozlowski

11th Grade:
Toriona Stewart
10th Grade:
Abby Glass

They will receive lunch from Chick-Fil-A, Cupcakes from Sugar and Spice Bakery, and gifts from the school store and beans and strings as well as a Packer on the Move card. Students of the month are nominated by teachers for their behavior, grades, work ethic, school involvement, and enthusiasm for learning, or for improvement in those areas.

Fuel My ClubCCHS has partnered with Fuel My Club, an online coupon app for your phone. We have many local coupons as well as national coupons listed in the app. If you are a local business and would like to host a coupon on this platform, please contact Principal Stephanie Terrell. Participating clubs include Spanish Club, Band, Choir, the School Store, and the CCHS Scholarship Fund. Click on the image to support a club of your choice. Thank you.
Classes of 2018, 2019, and 2020--See Mrs. Tucker or Mrs. Hurst to order your yearbooks! Get your order in before the end of April.

CCHS is now partnered with Publix
What are CCHS Grads doing?

Visit Meritpages to learn where our grads are attending college and how they are doing. Students are recognized for academic and athletic awards, as well as activities and majors. Click on "Student Profiles" for all the details.


CREDIT RECOVERYIf you need to attend credit recovery, please contact Mrs. Tucker in the Guidance department. Seniors, ALL CREDIT RECOVERY COURSES MUST BE COMPLETED BY APRIL 28TH IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON ATTENDING THE PROM. Remember, if you are a senior and fail a required course this semester, you will not walk at graduation--you get to attend summer school instead. If you have credit recovery, please attend regularly on Tuesday and Wednesday after school until 5:00 pm and on Saturday from 9 am - 12 noon.  If you are concerned about your grade in a current class, about a class, please talk to your teacher and request after school tutoring. 


CCHS on Social Media

The numbers to sign up for Remind are:

Class of 2018:  text @cchs18 to 81010

Class of 2019: text @packer2019 to 81010

Class of 2020: text @packer2020 to 81010

Class of 2021: text @cchs2021 to 82010

Class of 2022: text @cchs2022 to 81010

Class of 2023: text @cchs2023 to 81010

You can now follow Mrs. Terrell's Tweets about CCHS by signing in to your twitter account and following @CCHSPackers.

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Georgia Milestone Assessments
The Georgia Department of Education has released a new video, designed to provide an introduction to the Georgia Milestones Assessment System. This short, animated video provides a friendly overview of our new assessment. The video highlights the purpose of the assessment, the types of questions that students will see, and the types of feedback that students, parents, and educators will receive.


Check the Guidance Page for ScholarshipsVisit the Scholarship page through the Guidance website or stop in at Counselors' Corner for your application for scholarships offered through local sources.

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 CCRPI, the College and Career Ready Performance Index, is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students. Visit the Georgia Department of Education website to view specific school CCRPI reports.

Important Information

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229.890.6141, Fax 229.890.6166

Colquitt County High School

On behalf of the students and staff of Colquitt County High School, a Title I school, welcome to our web site.  CCHS provides a wide-range of academic, activity, and sports programs where we prepare students for today’s world and their future.  Our facility houses more than 1,700 students, grades 10-12, and our faculty and support staff. The school day begins at 8:06 AM and ends at 3:20 PM.

HB91 Graduation Petition

HB91 - Graduation Petition Process for CCHS Students - Governor Nathan Deal signed House Bill 91 into law on March 30, thereby creating new code section, O.C.G.A. §20-2-281.1.  This law provided that students shall no longer be required to earn a passing score on any graduation tests to earn a high school diploma.


You can order a yearbook from Mrs. Tucker or Mrs. Hurst, or (even easier) online! The books are $60 and will be delivered before school is out this spring.

CCHS Twitter Feed
Nutritional Wellness Policy
Visit the Colquitt County School Policy for the Wellness Program.