Four high school students from Chapel Hill- Carrboro City Schools placed among the top finishers at the 10th-annual N.C. Japanese Language Speech Contest held at N.C. State University on Saturday.
After placing in the top 10 percent at regional qualifying events, math students from Phillips Middle School participated in the State Math Finals at UNC-Greensboro on April 26.
The jazz ensembles from Carrboro High and Chapel Hill High earned superior ratings at the N.C. Music Educators Association Jazz Band Performance Adjudication.
In an effort to give back to the PTA Thrift Shop, Chapel Hill High is conducting an online fundraising campaign to fund the Book Room in the new Carrboro thrift shop.
Five CHCCS students were awarded NAACP Youth Scholarship Awards at the annual Freedom Fund Banquet on April 28.
The East Chapel Hill High School Orchestra performed at the UNC-Greensboro Orchestra Concert on April 24.
Three CHCCS Science Olympiad teams competed in the State Science Olympiad Competition at N.C. State University and earned top honors.
The Carrboro High School womenâ€™s lacrosse team suffered a hard-fought 11-12 loss to powerhouse Wakefield on Friday during Senior Night at CHS. The game was the Jaguarsâ€™ last home game of the season.
Eight students from Carrboro High and East Chapel Hill High were honored at a luncheon hosted by the United Nations Association West Triangle Chapter.
CHCCS will honor various groups of staff members at its 30th-annual Recognition Reception on May 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Carrboro High.
CHCCS students and parents are invited to celebrate Europe Day on May 9 at Smith Middle School.
Chapel Hill High social studies teacher Holly Loranger is one of 110 exceptional teachers from around the U.S. selected to participate in a two-way exchange program that provides professional-development opportunities to secondary school teachers from around the world. She will travel to Jordan for two weeks.
Marlo Gaddis has been named the CHCCS 21st century learning coordinator.
CHCCS is accepting applications for kindergartners for the Chinese dual-language program.
The annual Carrboro Elementary School Fair will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine.