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The mission of Colquitt County High School is to provide its diverse student population with a safe, supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning and encourages the development of responsible citizens and future leaders.
School Closings

Due to illnesses, STUDENTS will be off March 23-24-25. Faculty and staff are to report as usual.

Students--see you back in school after spring break, on April 3rd.

The Plant Sale will still be held at CCHS.

Plant Sale! March 23-24, 8 AM to 5 PM, CCHS Greenhouse

Available Plants


Click here to view the College and Career Ready Performance Index

(CCRPI) detailing progress indicators for Georgia high schools. 2014 is the most recent score posted by the state; however, we have been notified that this year's score is 85.7%, a great increase.

2014 Colquitt County High School CCRPI Score

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.

Georgia Farm Bureau Art Contest Winner
Rutledge places 4th in State
Senior Rebekah Rutledge placed 4th at the State Literary competition in the Argumentative Essay event for 7A schools. Congratulations Bekah!
Genesis Nobles - FBLA Winner
Congratulations goes out to Genesis Nobles, a senior at Colquitt County High School, who recently competed in Client Service during the State Future Business Leaders of America Leadership Conference in Athens, Georgia. Among the 200 plus students from across the state that competed, Genesis placed fourth in her category and will now advance to Anaheim, California for the national competition. Twenty one students from Colquitt County FBLA chapter competed in state competitions.

Livestock Judging Scholarship to Lane Goodroe
Lane Goodroe, a Senior at Colquitt County High School and a member of the Colquitt County High School FFA Chapter, has recently accepted a livestock judging scholarship at Southplains College in Levelland, Texas. He will be a member of the Southplains Texans Livestock Judging Team & travel throughout the United States competing on a collegiate level.
Goodroe has been involved in judging livestock since middle school. During his summers, he has attended livestock judging camps in the Midwest. His livestock judging skills have earned him both State and National recognition.
Goodroe will focus his studies in Animal Science with a goal of pursuing a degree in Veterinary Medicine. He is the son of Craig and Melissa Goodroe of Doerun.

*Shown in the picture with Goodroe is Conner Newsom, Livestock Judging Coach at Southplains College in Levelland, Texas*
State Stars in FFA

Tyler Robinson, son of Brian and Traci Robinson and a Senior at Colquitt County High School has been chosen as the South Region Star Farmer for his work on his family’s row crop and produce farm.  Garrett Harrell, son of Julie Harrell and Senior at Colquitt County High School has been chosen as the South Region State in Agricultural Placement for his work at Mobley Greenhouse Investments growing tomatoes.  Among the 700 Georgia FFA State Degree recipients, all have the opportunity to become State Stars in their specific area.  Only 3 students, one from North Region, one from Central Region, and one from South Region of the 700 are selected to be the Stars in the four areas – Farmer, Placement, Business, and Agriscience.  These 12 students are considered to have the best projects in all of Georgia in the FFA and this is the first time Colquitt County has had two Stars in one year.  Tyler Robinson was selected as the South Region Star Farmer and Garrett was selected as the South Region Star in Agricultural Placement and both will compete at the State Convention for the Honor of the State Star.  Tyler is also a state qualifier with his Fruit Production Proficiency project and will also compete at the State Competition with this project in April. Garrett, who was a national winner this past October in Vegetable Production, is also a state finalist in Agricultural Processing and will also complete at the State Competition in April.  Adrienne Smith, FFA Advisor said, “When a student really takes ownership for their opportunities in the FFA, their possibilities are endless.  Garrett and Tyler are great examples for younger students of what you can do if you stay committed and work hard in FFA.”



FFA Horticulture Spring Plant Sale

When: Thursday, March 23 and Friday, March 24, 8 AM to 5 PM
Where: Greenhouses at WJW and CCHS
What: (Full List)

Bedding plants (36/tray) - $10/tray or $2/6 pack *unless otherwise indicated


4” Pots - $2/pot & Herbs in 4” pots $2/pot

Vegetables (36/tray) - $10/tray - $2/6pack

6” bedding plants &  Indoor potted plants - $4

Gallon bedding plants & perennials - $5

Ferns - $10

Hanging Baskets - $6

Key Club Wins Awards
CCHS Key Club won the following awards:  
*1st Place Key Club International Major Emphasis Award - this was for the $1,900 we contributed to Relay for Life from our Male Beauty Pageant proceeds.
*The KCI Single Service Award - 2nd place in the Platinum Division
*Dr. Robert Barron Outstanding Community Service
+The Strive for 25 Award for our 38% increase in membership

Mary Grace Watson served on the District Board for 2016-17 as the Lieutenant Governor for Divisions 2 and 5.

For the 2017-18 year, three of our students will be on the District Board.  Christopher Blanton will serve as the Lieutenant Governor for Division 3, Patrick Holman will serve as the Lieutenant Governor for Division 2 and Mary Grace Watson will be the Major Emphasis and Kiwanis Family Chairman.  

Displaying awards from L to R:  Christopher Blanton, Gabi Lirio, Annie Murphy, Mary Grace Watson, Patrick Holman and Destiny Avery

All the students that attended:  Back row: J.W. Griffin, Christopher Blanton, Patrick Holman, Uriah Fulghum.  Front row:  Destiny Avery, Mary Grace Watson, Annie Murphy and Gabi Lirio.
CCHS Named State High-Progress Schoolarch 2, 2017 – The Georgia Department of Education today released its 2016-2017 list of Title I Reward Districts and Reward Schools.

“These schools and districts are working against the odds to provide an excellent education for their students,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “This is so much more than numbers or data. We are talking about changed lives for thousands of students. I can’t overstate how proud I am of every teacher, administrator, and parent who worked to make that happen.”

The “Reward District” designation is awarded to school systems with the highest absolute performance over three years for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments, among districts of their size. Title I Reward Districts are named in four categories: large districts with 10,000 or more students, medium districts with 4,000 to 9,999 students, small districts with 2,000 to 3,999 students, and extra-small districts with fewer than 2,000 students. Each Reward District receives a grant of $25,000 in additional federal funds.

Reward Schools are Title I schools that fall into one of two categories:

A Highest-Performing School is among the five percent of the state’s Title I schools with the absolute highest performance, over three years, for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments. A school may not be classified as a Highest-Performing School if it has been identified as a Priority or Focus School.
A High-Progress School is among the 10 percent of the state’s Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group over three years on the statewide assessments. A school may not be classified as a High-Progress School if it has been identified as a Priority or Focus School.
President's Volunteer Service AwardCongratulations to Savonte Wilson who has been honored with the President's Volunteer Service Award for his community service. Savonte has put in many volunteer hours at his church working with choir, the worship team, the thrift shop, grounds maintenance and the children's ministry since 8th grade. Savonte also has served as a counselor at Winshape Camps for two years. After attending the camp himself, he wanted to give back and allow others to have that experience.

Press Release

Governor's Honors ProgramPhoto: Moultrie Observer
Seven Colquitt County students have been named semifinalists in the Governor's Honors Program, a four-week residential gifted summer program for rising juniors and seniors. Colquitt County High School sophomores Victoria Barber and Kaitlyn Hart and juniors Patti Mitchell and Mary Logan Tostenson were selected as semifinalists in agricultural science. Sophomores Haley Boyd and Samuel Kundi were chosen in vocal music and mathematics, respectively. Junior Caleb Bazel, a local homeschool student, was selected in social studies.

CCHS Takes 1-2-3 in Welding CompetitionColquitt County High School hosted a welding competition on Friday, February 10th. Fifty-four students from eight area high schools competed. The competition was sponsored by Tulsa Welding School, Lincoln Electirc, Miller Airgas and Jones Welding and Industrial Supply  Pictured below are students who placed in the top five: 5th-Kenneth Chason, Cairo High School, 4th-Joseph Bullington,  Lee County, 3rd-Friancisco Martin-Hernandez, CCHS, 2nd-Jesus Rodriguez, CCHS, 1st-Victor Clleto, CCHS. The third place winner received a 25% scholarship to Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville, Florida, 2nd a 50% scholarship and  Victor Cleto, the first place winner, was awarded a full scholarship to Tulsa Welding School.

Coach Harden Honored

Coach Harden named Co-Coach of the Year, Region 1-7A

Proud of our Lady Packers

Region 1-7A Varsity Girls Basketball Champions!

Thanks for a great season!



Congratulations to:

Women's Basketball Coach

Rondesha Williams

Region 1-7A Girls Varsity Basketball Coach of the Year!



FFA Career Development WinnersOn the weekend of February 4th, FFA students participated in state competition at Fort Valley State University. The team comprised of Kaitlyn Hart, Logan Moore, and Mary Logan Tostenson were named the state championship Marketing team. These students will represent Georgia in the National Marketing Plan Career Development Event to be held in Indianapolis in October. The Marketing Plan CDE calls for students to act as a marketing firm and identify an agricultural company that could use assistance marketing a product they sell. These students, along with advisement from Mrs. Adrienne Smith, put in countless hours and weeks of work on their marketing plan for local produce. Kaitlyn, Logan and Mary Logan did a tremendous amount of research, writing, and studying to prepare their marketing plan. Their plan scored 96 out of a possible 100 points. The next step was to come to the competition at FVSU and make their oral presentation. The judges took on the role of the company being represented. Following the 15 minute presentation, the judges asked questions from the client’s perspective, allowing the students to showcase the research they had done, justifying their decisions and promoting their business.

CCHS had student winners in several National Championship categories at the October 2016 as well, evidence of our strong agriculture programs.

YearbooksThe cost is $60. Pre-order your yearbook now. See Mrs. Hurst or Mrs. Tucker, or any yearbook staff member to order!

CCHS Students Place First at Science Fair

Gabi Lirio and Weston Rogers, both placed first in the Darton State College Regional Science Fair. Weston was the grand champion and will go on to compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles.










King of the Pack

Congratulations to King of the Pack Naryan Grier! He is pictured here with Homecoming Queen Mary Grace Edgar.



CCHS is now partnered with Publix
Congratulations to:

Patty Mitchell: Named a 2017 Georgia Youth Leader


Georgia Youth Leadership Awards (GYLA) is 21CL’s signature fundraising event honoring and celebrating 20 outstanding high school leaders from across the state. During an evening of dinner and entertainment, 21CL honors the contributions of 20 high school students across Georgia who have demonstrated outstanding leadership skills in areas of community service, entrepreneurship, environmental sustainability, and leadership. Each youth leader awarded exemplifies the five leadership qualities that truly embody a 21st Century Leader: passionate, forward-thinking, leverage diversity, resourceful and service oriented. The top 20 youth leaders are selected by a committee of business professionals and high school peers.


March Grade Students of the MonthMarch Students of the Month are:
12th Grade--Bree Garcia

Bree Garcia is a great student who is a hard worker and very respectful. Her work ethic, combined with her willingness to help others makes her an excellent choice for student of the month.

11th Grade--Carlos Landa Gonzalez

Carlos is not only a great student who excels in class (despite recently learning English), he is a young man with superb character. A passionate soccer player, Carlos always has a kind word for everyone and is a great influence on other students. He embodies everything a CCHS packer should, in the classroom, on the field, and in life.

10th Grade--Michelle Hernandez

Michelle Hernandez is a gentle leader. Michelle is dedicated to her studies and strives for accuracy. In the classroom, she works well with others. Michelle serves as an excellent role model of perseverance with a quiet touch. Classmates know she is dependable and supportive. She begins each day with eagerness and a smile.
Thank you to our 
Student of the
Month Sponsors: Chick-fil-A, Sugar & Spice Bakery, Beans & Strings,
CCHS School Store, CCHS Graphics Dept

Men's B-Ball Takes 2nd in Region 17-A

First Round State Basketball Playoffs @ CCHS Friday

Women's Game Tip-Off: 6 PM vs. Cobb, Men's Game will follow. Tickets $10



Congratulations to:
Governor's Honors Program nominees for this year:

Ra'Mya Aikens - Spanish
Demetrius Baines - Theatre
Victoria Barber - Ag
Haley Boyd - Voice
Ah'Niya Daniels - Spanish
Jacob Eubanks - Theatre
Kaitlyn Hart - Ag
Lori Ann King - Social Studies
Samuel Kundi - Math
Kaitlyn Mitchell - Math
Patti Mitchell - Ag
Jaelyn Snipes - Communicative Arts
Mary Logan Tostenson - Ag
Andy Zhang - Science

Colquitt County Schools Teacher of the Year - Dr. Ben Pitchford

Congratulations to CCHS Mathematics teacher of the year, Dr. Ben Pitchford. 

Dr. Pitchford has been named Colquitt County School System's Teacher of the Year!


Congratulations to Dr. Ben Pitchford (center), math teacher at Colquitt County High School, who was named Colquitt County Schools' Teacher of the Year.  Mrs. Carrie Rowley(left), Sunset Elementary School first grade teacher, and Mr. Ty Sutz (right), R.B. Wright Elementary fifth grade teacher, were named as finalists.   


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.


We're proud of Miss Crenshaw


Region II ACTE Career Guidance Award winner – Monica Crenshaw.

Monica Crenshaw, a guidance counselor at Colquitt County High School, received the  Region II ACTE Career Guidance Award.  This past summer she was named as the winner of the GACTE Career Guidance Award and advanced to the region level.  Region II of ACTE consist of 8 states in the Southeast United States.  Monica will now compete against three other regions for the National ACTE Career Guidance Award at the ACTE Career Tech Vision 2016 conference in Las Vegas on November 30, 2016.

This award recognizes guidance counselors and career development professionals who have made significant contributions to advocate, educate and communicate the value of CTE as a viable career option to a variety of audiences in their communities.  As a recipient of this award, Monica in an exceptional individual who has contributed to the success of CTE through the quality of her work and the involvement in the CTE community.

CREDIT RECOVERY BEGAN August 15thIf you need to attend credit recovery, please register at Counselors' Corner before school or at lunch to attend. Classes meet in Lab 112 from 3:30 to 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday and on Saturdays from 9:00 to 11: AM. Credit recovery MUST be completed under supervision. If it is done on your own, the work will be deleted and you will need to do it over again.


CCHS on Social Media

The numbers to sign up for Remind are:

Class of 2016: text @2cbcd to 81010
Class of 2017:  text @d2c4c to 81010
Class of 2018:  text @cchs18 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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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.

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Fuel My Club App

CCHS 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.

Nutritional Wellness Policy
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