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  • CHS Students Win State Award from the American Veterans Association

    American Veteran Essay Winners Winners of the American Veterans Association (AMVETS) Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse essay contest were announced at Corsicana High School.  CHS students in the Higher Start program taking Sociology (for both college and high school credit) entered the essay/poem contest with the assistance of the instructor, Sandra Willard and the AMVETS local chapter.

    Claire Johnson’s poem advanced to win the state competition. Jason Rivas took second place at state, and Samara Williams placed third at state, and took first place in the local competition.  Johnson’s entry will continue to the national competition.

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  • Corsicana ISD’s FFA Brings Home Big Awards from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

    2018 Corsicana ISD FFA at Houston

    Over spring break last week, Corsicana ISD students and teachers competed in the Houston Livestock Show aHouston Livestock Show and Rodeo Logo nd Rodeo (HLSR).

    Corsicana students from both the middle school and high school competing in the Ag Mechanics Project Show, collectively won the Dr. Billy Harrell Award of Excellence over every other FFA and 4H program including over 500 project entries. This prestigious award represents excellence in in leadership, knowledge, work ethic, teamwork, communication and skill.

    Click here to read the full press release.

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  • CHS One-Act Headed to Bi-District

    Congratulations to the CHS One-Act Play that advances to compete in bi-district Thursday, March 22 at University High in Waco. The cast also received 4 acting awards.
    Honorable Mention Cast: Hannah Carlisle, Jayde Ibanez
    All Star Cast: Cole Curlee-Young, Eve Dixon
    All Star Crew: Malika Muhammad

    2018 One-Act Play District

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  • March 19, 2018

    CHS Parents and Students Urged to Use Caution with Test-prep Vendors

    Corsicana High School parents and students should be cautious when receiving solicitations from companies claiming to offer ACT and SAT test preparation material or courses for students.  Fraudulent solicitations typically end with the sales person asking for personal information including credit card information.

    “We were notified by a parent who received a potentially fraudulent call,” said Susan Johnson, executive director of communications for CISD.  “We want to remind our families that no one with Corsicana ISD would ever call and ask for personal information over the phone.”

    Corsicana High School does offer ACT and SAT test preparation classes for interested 9th-12th grade students.  The four-week sessions are offered on the CHS campus after school. The last session for the year is a SAT Prep Course beginning April 9 and will run through May 3.  For more information on the course including cost, please contact Paula Simpson, CISD Testing Coordinator, at CHS 903-874-8211, or students may pick up an application in the Go Center at CHS.

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  • Congratulations, to JROTC members James Bratton and John Tobias! Bratton was selected out of the entire state of Texas by the Sons of the American Revolution to compete at the national level after winning $2,500 at the state level.

    Tobias is the first CHS JROTC member to receive the Community Service with Excellence Award from Headquarters Air Force JROTC at Maxwell Air Force Base located in Montgomery, Alabama. He received this award for his efforts in organizing and conducting a training class for his fellow cadets and a flag retirement ceremony along with the assistance of the American Legion. Tobias not only collected old American flags for the ceremony but he also worked with local media outlets to promote the event.

    We are proud of you both for your accomplishments!

    Bratton and Tobias

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  • DAR Good Citizen Essay Contest Winner

    Congratulations to CHS student Sheila Garcia, who won the Daughters of the American Revolution James Blair Chapter Good Citizen essay contest. She was recognized by the group at Kinsloe House on Wednesday, March 7.

    2018 DAR Good Citizen Sheila Garcia

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  • March 5, 2018

    Federal Accountability Report Cards for 2016-2017

    Corsicana Independent School District is sharing this information about the district and campuses with you as part of its obligations under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB).

    Federal Report Cards for the state, the district, and each of the district’s campuses are now available on the district’s website or are also available on the Texas Education Agency’s website.

    Click here for more information on what's included on these report cards (full press release).

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  • Mark Your CalendarImportant Dates


    March 9 - CHS Cheer Tryouts

    March 9 - Early Release 12:30 bus run

    March 23 - Winter Guard Recital 6 p.m. Competition Gym

    March 26 - Pre-UIL Band Concert 6:30 p.m. Auditorium

    March 26 - Higher Start Parent Meeting 6 p.m. 

    March 30 - Student/Staff Holiday


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  • CHS Cheer Competes

    The Corsicana High School cheerleading program traveled to the Fort Worth Convention Center last week to compete in the third annual UIL Spirit State Championships. The cheerleaders under the direction of coach Amy Johnson and Michaela Jerro competed in Division 5A-2. 

    UIL Cheer


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  • Corsicana High School 2018 Graduation Date Announcement

    CHS 2018 Graduation

    Sat., May 26, 9:30 am, Tiger Stadium

    The Corsicana ISD Board of Trustees approved the Corsicana High School 2018 graduation date of Saturday, May 26 at Tiger Stadium. The graduation ceremony has traditionally been held on Friday night.  Shade Boulware, Principal of CHS, said the recommendation comes after visiting with students, parents and faculty about graduation improvement.

    Several reasons resulted in the decision to change from an evening to a morning ceremony. One reason cited is time for family and friends to travel.

    “There are many family and friends who come a long distance to see their loved ones graduate,” said Boulware. “This will allow additional time for guests to arrive in Corsicana.”

    Other reasons for the change include logistics and planning for bad weather. “Our students really want to have graduation at the stadium so all family and friends may attend. If we needed to delay the ceremony for weather conditions, Saturday gives us some flexibility where Friday night gives us none.”

    “This is an important event for our students, families and community. We want to make this an accessible event for those who want to come, as well as an event that is safe for our students and guests.”

    Click here for an updated 2017-2018 calendar.

    Click here for important information for 2018 graduates (practices, attire, seating, etc.).

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  • Transcript Requests

    Click here to download the transcript request form. 

    Do not fax to the main CHS fax number.  Please fax transcript requests to (903) 874-7403.
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