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2018 State Technology Needs Assessment - Survey
PARENTS: Please take the 2018 State Educational Technology Needs Assessment (SETNA) Parent Survey, which will take 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous and extremely important, as the results will provide important feedback to the Nevada State Legislature. Survey Closes on March 31.
2018-19 Course Catalog
Click the link above for access to the 2018-19 Course Catalog
Information Technology Essentials I and II
This year, we offered IT Essentials I. Next year, we will be adding IT Essentials II with an emphasis on network design, set-up and maintenance.
CCHS Students Attend NNMC's Secondary Math Contest
There was an individual round and a team round in which students were divided into groups by math class.
Nevada State Division 3A Champions
Four CCHS Wrestlers achieve extraordinary individual accomplishments.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Essay Contest
Churchill County High School's top three essays were recognized...
Dawson Frost Selected to Represent Nevada as a Student Delegate in the USSYP
USSYP is an intensive week-long educational experience and scholarship sponsored by the United States Senate for outstanding high school students...
CCHS JAG Program Held Their Initiation and Installation Ceremony in October
Mayor Ken Tedford addressed the students and parents at the ceremony.
College Information Night at CCHS
Representatives from UNR, TMCC and WNC were present and gave presentations.
Two CCHS Students will have Their Art Work on Display
The art work will be displayed at the Community Gallery in Incline Village.
Strength of Nations
Strength of Nations Club volunteered with New Frontier on Recover Day ...
CCHS Receives School Award
CCHS received an award as Mr. Steve Johnson was named VFW National Teacher of the Year ...
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Register My Athlete
Click here for information to Register Your Athlete for the 17-18 school year.
Senior Project idea!
Be a Volunteer Tutor for ESL In-Home Program of Northern Nevada
Tips From the School Nurse
Help Keep Your Child Healthy and Flu-Free
Annual Tea Party
This year's theme was Alice in Wonderland and money was raised to support a number of local causes.
CCHS Senior Receives Over $25,000 in scholarship Money
Sierra Nevada College Admissions Representative stated that Sandra received the "Biggest Scholarship Given by the Art Department this Year!"
CCHS Young Republicans Traveled to Carson City
Students toured the Nevada State Archives, State Capitol Building, and the Nevada Supreme Court Building.
Honoring Students Who are Making Positive Choices in the Classroom
Each month, one teacher from each department is asked to nominate a student in their class.
Military Youth of the Year
Kathrine Taylor represented CCHS in a positive way.