Click here to access to the 2022-2023 Program of Studies. This will guide you through different courses available to you at CCHS, as well as Diploma Types and Graduation Requirements. If you are interested in learning more about WCC Dual Enrollment classes or the Associate's Degree Program, please contact Josh Floyd, CCHS Dual Enrollment Coordinator through WCC, via email:email@example.com
As always, please feel free to reach out to your grade-level counselor at anytime!
Fall 2022 Tutoring at CCHS
Students needing tutoring services are encouraged to attend tutoring provided by CCHS.
Please see the schedule provided for additional details. Please "click" this block to be taken directly to the Fall 2022 Tutoring Schedule to view current available tutoring sessions.
Please note, students MUST communicate with the teacher providing the tutoring session that they plan to attend, prior to the scheduled tutoring time.
Information regarding Scholarships, general information and announcements can now be found on the Student Services Newsletter that is emailed to students and staff .
Local Scholarships, posted in the Spring Semester, and the CCHS Common Scholarship Application Information will be located in the Scholarship section, of this portion of the website. *Fall Local Scholarships will be posted in the Student Services Newsletter, as they are limited in number*
Please reach out to Mrs.Brady with any questions you may have!
WCC Information Corner
Mrs. Sharpe (Ms.Wood) is our on-site College and Career Coach from WCC! Mrs. Sharpe (Ms. Wood) is located in Student Services and will be on Campus MWF. Feel free to schedule an appointment to meet with her to discuss FAFSA, the college application process and more! She is an excellent resource. As always, Mrs. Brady is available to assist!
Students also have access to our Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Josh Floyd for assistance! Please see your grade level counselor for his contact information.
** Please check your CCHS student gmail account and the Student Services Newsletter to register*
From Josh Floyd, our WCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator for CCHS:
If you are new to dual enrollment course this fall (or next spring), I highly encourage you and your family to attend one of our 10 orientation sessions this fall. Orientation sessions are designed to educate students, along with their supportive families, taking dual enrollment courses for the first time.
Fall info session dates for ninth-grade and 10th-grade students (and families) include (all sessions begin at 6 p.m.):
Dec. 7 – Zoom
Dec. 8 – Zoom
Dec. 12 – WCC at the Henderson (Marion)
Dec. 13 – WCC Main Campus
Dec. 14 – WCC Main Campus
Dec. 15 – Crossroads (Galax)
We will cover all aspects of dual enrollment courses, including those taught in-person and online.
Please join us for one of our orientation events. Events will be held on the main campus, at off-site locations, and over Zoom. NOTE: Students and families only need to sign up for one orientation session. All sessions will feature the same presentation. In-person session seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Transfer VA - Your Credits. Your Degree. Your Move.
What is Transfer VA?
Transfer Virginia provides transparent, accessible, consistent, and current information to students throughout the college selection, enrollment, and transfer process. You can research, plan, and organize your college and transfer journey using the information and resources available within this portal from Virginia’s participating institutions.
The full release in March 2022 brings more institutions and features to the portal.
*Please see your Grade Level Counselor in Student Services for additional information!*
Postsecondary Opportunities for High School Students
To prepare Virginia’s students for postsecondary education or to meet employers’ expectations of candidates for entry-level jobsHouse Bill 1299andSenate Bill 738(2022 General Assembly) charged the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) and the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) with collecting information that assists high school students in making more informed decisions about their futures after graduating from high school. This ensures that such students are aware of the costs and benefits of different educational and certificate programs.
This page provides information on preparing, applying, and paying for college, as well as information on degrees and labor-market career projections.(Click the link below to access this information)
As always, please reach out to your grade-level School Counselor in Student Services to assist you with planning your future or any questions you may have!
VA Workers Permit
If you are under 16 and would like to obtain permission to work, please visit the link below to apply for a VA Workers Permit. You must be at least 14 to apply. Please see your Grade-Level Counselor with any additional questions you may have.