June 2016  
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Our Mission

Central High School is committed to a tradition of academic excellence, a culture of collaboration, and a vision of global impact.
Blue ribbon
Central High School is a 2015 recipient of the National Blue Ribbon Award.
CHS Blue Ribbon Profile
Central ranks as one of Top 100 Virginia Schools.


Live Stream of Graduation Ceremonies
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Congratulations Ms. Hensley!
Named Virginia's 2016 Outstanding High School Principal of the Year.

Congratulations to the following individuals/teams
 for their hard work and service at CHS:

SCPS and CHS Teacher of the Year:  Meredith Bauserman

Team of the Year:  CHS Custodial Crew 

Employee of the Year:  Grace Lineweaver

The VA Special Olympics have offered the CHS Champions Together athletes an opportunity to attend the Summer Games held at Richmond University during the weekend of June 10th-12th. The athletes will be among the first high school students to compete in a state level Special Olympic event. 

Recycle your paper and plastic at CHS!
Monday    Wednesday     Friday
For more informationcontact Rowdy Hoover at school – 540.459.2161

SchoolMessenger Notification System   
   informs parents of school closings and more
Managing Your Contacts 

Latest News

Central High School has received 2016 VIP Award from the VA Department of Education.
Read more about our success here:

CHS 4X400m team finishes 1st
at the State Track Meet


CHS Sports Medicine/Fitness Mentorship students hosted Special Olympics President and Managing Director for the Middle East and North Africa Ayman Abdel Wahab. Check out the NVD article:

CHS poultry
The Central High School FFA Poultry Judging Team is the 2016 State Champion!   Team member Gracie Bailey had the highest individual score in the state and Jacob French was fourth! 

Congratulations to Ms. Hensley, who was recognized by SCPS with an award of distinction for her leadership. This was a result of her earning the Virginia Level II Principal of Distinction endorsement. Inherent in the Level II Principal of Distinction performance indicators is the skill to responsively meet student needs, create collaborative work environments for teachers, engage constituencies in school improvement efforts, and foster a commitment to learning-centered schools. Congratulations to Ms. Hensley, and thank you for all you do! 


CHS Receives EXXON STEM grant
Thanks to the efforts of Brad and Kilpa Patel of Edinburg Food Mart in Edinburg, Central High School has been awarded a $500.00 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance grant. The money will be used to assist with the CHS composting project.

The ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program is designed to provide Exxon/Mobil retailers like Brad and Kilpa Patel with an opportunity to invest in the future of their communities through educational grants to neighborhood schools.