Clewiston High School
A school that offers rich academic opportunities for all students with twelve Advanced Placement courses, multiple dual-enrollment classes, and five career and technical programs.
"Engage, Inspire, and Challenge, every student, every day".
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Algebra EOC: May 14th & 15th
Geometry EOC: May 21st
Seniors! Click here for a long list of many scholarship applications. You may print from this list the applications.
Class of 2013: Check out the complete list of available scholarships, click here.
Attention Seniors! Apply for the Rotary Campbell Nall Scholarship, click here.
Below, students from Mrs. Johnson's Intro. to Information Technology class show their certificates for passing their Microsoft Office Word certification exam. These are the first six students in the history of CHS to earn this certification.
The Clewiston High FFA Chapter arrives in Indianapolis, Indiana for the 85th National FFA Convention on October 23, 2012.
Motivational speaker Phil Chalmers talks to students about the importance of making the right decisions as young people on Friday, October 19, 2012.
In the picture below, Ms. Blackmore's Research I senior students dress for success to prepare themselves for a future career.
Principal Ms. Lee and Asst. Principal Mr. Sanchez (on ends) take a picture with members of the varsity football team as they dress for success. CHS has AMAZING students!
CHS celebrates in the return of the band as the Tiger Marching Band performs at the first home football game of the 2012 season.
Below, students from the CROP Program (College Reach Out Program) take a picture before heading to theannual CROP Banquet in Ft. Myers, FL.
Assistant Principal Mr. Sanchez presents sophomore Jalen Rushing with an award on behalf of CHS. Jalen won a raffle drawing in which all students that did well on the FCAT Writes participated.
Katiria Soto (middle) below receives an award (iPod nano) from Mrs. Thomas and Principal Ms. Lee, on behalf of the Reading Dept. for her reading gains between the first FAIR test to the second FAIR test.
Below, Principal Janice Lee presents three distinguished teachers with their NG-CARPD coursework certificates. From left, Mrs. Thomas (Reading coach), Mrs. Rushing, Coach Barnes, Mrs. James, and Principal Ms. Lee. Now that these three teachers have completed their coursework, they are now in their final practium to obtain full NG-CARPD certification. To learn more about NG-CARPD, click here.
Below, Mr. Sankey, Math teacher at CHS presents four of his students with Kindles or a Ti-84 calculator for their outstanding performance on the 2010-11 FCAT.
Below, CHS honored three distinguished members of its faculty and staff at a recent luncheon. Pictured from left to right are: Mrs. Barnes (Employee of the Year), Mr. Bach (Teacher of the Year), and Mr. Groves (Brilliant Orange New Teacher of the Year).
Below, members of the English faculty dress up for the annual school festival to celebrate the memory of William Shakespeare. Pictured from left to right are: Mrs. Martin, Dr. Waddell, Ms. Haman, Mrs. James, and Dr. Rice.
Below, senior students at CHS take a picture with Prinicpal Janice Lee (far left) and Mrs. Llossas (far right) before heading out on a charter bus to go visit Keiser University in West Palm Beach on January 31, 2012.
Congrats to Coach Bach and his varsity soccer team who won the district championship by defeating archrival Labelle on January 27, 2012.
Below, Mr. Summers (on left) Dean of Students at CHS, is pictured with the STEM Lead Scholars group that visited Florida Gulf Coast Univ. on January 14, 2012.
Below, Casey Crawford (second from right) a junior at CHS, is awarded the Hendry Co. Youth Scholar runner-up award. Pictured are (from left to right) Principal Ms. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, Casey, and Superintendent Mr. Murphy.
Below, CHS Principal Janice Lee, along with Asst. Principal Mr. Sanchez and Superintendent Mr. Murphy visited 100.5FM on January 10, 2012 and discussed the recent school grade improvement and other school initiatives.
Florida Department of Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson visited Clewiston High on December 12, 2011. Mr. Robinson is pictured below (third from left) with school and community officials.
Congrats to Mr. Aaron Bach (pictured below, sixth from left) who was named Clewiston High's Teacher of the Year for 2011-2012.
Pictured below are Lori and Mike Cox, owners of MC Ventures in Labelle, FL who rewarded CHS student Cody Jarvis with a free laptop computer for winning a art contest sponsored by Mr. Cox. Prinicpal Janice Lee thanks Mr. and Mrs. Cox for their generous support of the CHS Art program.
CHS Mission Statement: Clewiston High will ensure that all students make academic gains in a safe environment that encourages students to take on academic challenges with support in pursuit of them becoming well-rounded and productive citizens of society.
Mr. Roberto Sanchez, Assistant Principal
Mr. Phillip Summers, Dean of Student Conduct
Mr. Garret Jahn, Dean of Student Conduct
1501 South Francisco Street
Clewiston, FL 33440
(863) 983-2168 fax
A SCHOOL ON THE RISE!
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