Courtland High School is sponsoring a College Affordability and Funding Workshop on Wednesday, February 22 from 6- 7:30 pm (CHS library). **This workshop will be given by a licensed college planning financial professional.
Congratulations & Appreciations!
Congratulations CHS School Store! The store was Certified Gold by National DECA School Based Enterprises again this year.Three enterprising DECA students (from Courtland) will be competing at ICDC (in California in April): Kyle Pins, Michael Randall and Cameron Buzzell.
Over the weekend, twenty-five Courtland students attended the 2017 HBCU Festival. Four students were accepted into colleges: Monica Walker was accepted by Virginia State University, Norfolk State University, & Florida Memorial University; Savannah Roach was accepted by the University of the Virgin Islands; Danielle Foster was accepted by Hampton University and Norfolk State University; Nadia Samuels was accepted by Norfolk State University. Everyone enjoyed the event. Thank you chaperones: Mrs. Alyssa Talley-Gentry, Angela Hendricks and Mrs White. Photo courtesy of Mrs White.
Courtland is proud to announce that Jayne Redelman has been chosen as the 2016-17 Teacher of the Year for Courtland High School. Ms. Redelman is dedicated to her students and to our school. Congratulations, Ms. Redelman!
Thank you to all the women at Courtland High School who participated during African Dress Day
Main Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 7 am - 4 pm
Spotsylvania County requires that each member of the senior class must fully meet the state and local graduation requirements in order to participate in the graduation ceremony. **No senior who has to attend summer school or make up an SOL test(s) will be allowed to participate in the senior class graduation ceremony.
CHS instructional day begins at 7:35 a.m.; students tardy to school (after 7:35 a.m.) without a parent note will be assigned after-school detention.
Electronic Devices: Students, please remember that the use of electronic devices is at teacher discretion; devices can be confiscated & require a parent to pick them up at the end of the day.
Students & Parents ~ Weis Market tows student cars parked in their lot. The only students who may drive themselves to school are those who have purchased valid Courtland parking passes.