2021-2022 CHS Basketball

Basketball Season has begun.  We are looking forward to an exciting season.  The direct link to purchase tickets at gofan.co can be found below.  See full schedules for more information about upcoming games.  
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Central High School Announces Prom 2022

2022 Prom

Prom 2022 will be held at the beautiful Barton Ridge facility Friday, April 22 at 7:00 pm. The cost of prom is $50 if paid in cash and $52.50 if paid with a card.  Payments are due to Mrs. McDonald by Tuesday, December 7th. Please note: 100 tickets must be sold by December 7th to have the prom off-campus.  A limited number of Lead-Outs tickets will be available for $5 at a later date.  Questions can be emailed to Mrs. McDonald,  




2021-2022 Coosa County Schools Approved Calendar

Approved 2021-2022 Student Code of Conduct

Approved 2021-2022 Student Handbook


We believe:

  • The education of students is a responsibility shared by students, faculty and staff, parents, and the community.
  • All students must have opportunities to learn and to be successful.
  • Maximum student learning takes place in a positive environment that includes consistency and structure.
  • When engaged in rigorous, authentic learning activities that target a variety of learning styles, all students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to attain personal and professional success.

Central High School Students Weigh their Post-Secondary Options During College and Career Day

The halls of Central High were full of excitement last Friday as over 30 presenters from colleges, the military, and career professionals shared information and inspired students. College and Career Day is a collaboration between Central High School counselor Misty Wade,  Coosa County Extension Coordinator  Sharon Haynes, Marty Rittman at the Children's Policy Council, and Brittany Hogan, director of Empowered to Conquer Limitless Groups. The morning started with the cheerleaders getting the students excited about the day with a kick-off in the gym. Students received goodie bags which included snacks, pens, motivational cards, etc. from Limitless.  The students then rotated  through nine different classrooms throughout the day to listen to presenters and weigh their options after high school. Students debriefed at the end of the day listing their top three choices and which path they found most interesting and why.  A lot of students commented on their interest in one of the military branches due largely to the benefits offered such as tuition free college, the opportunity to travel and a desire to serve their nation. Other students were thankful to learn first hand from college admissions officers about the process for applying to college.  While other students were very excited about the Federal Bureau of Investigation internship opportunity. Thank you to Mrs. Lee and Mr. James for providing our presenters with coffee and muffins in the morning and  Central alumni and the Extension Office for providing lunch to our presenters. Most of all, thank you to all the presenters who inspired our students to Dream It, Believe It, Achieve It.

Central High School SGA Concludes Food Drive

Central High School students recently concluded their SGA Food Drive to help those in need. The food drive was coordinated by SGA member Kaylee Hand who received help from members Abigail Hyatt and Ruby Burks to box donations.  Central High School students donated hundreds of non-perishable food items which will go to the food pantry at the Equality United Methodist Church, which is open to all Coosa County residents.  If you are interested in donating to the food pantry or would like to use their services please contact Mrs. James at (334) 399-6164.
Abbigail Hyatt and Kaylee Hand Head Food Drive

Central Graduates are Going Places

Alex Chance
Alex Chance, Central class of 2008 , recently got a new job with Scottish Rite for Children as a Business Intelligence Developer.  Alex is the son of Jim Chance and the late Elizabeth Chance of Stewartville.  Alex graduated from Troy University in 2015 with a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration- Information Systems. Congratulations Alex!

CHS November Students of the Month

7th Grade
Kenyon Richardson

Kenyon Richardson

8th Grade
Henley Jennings

Henley Jennings

9th Grade
Haley Moates

Haley Moates

10th Grade
Olivia Gaddis

Olivia Gaddis

11th Grade
JaNes Wyckoff

JaNes Wyckoff

12th Grade
Raamiah Gaddis

Raamiah Gaddis

Posting of the Colors by Central Coosa Honor Guard

CHS Honor Guard

Central Coosa Honor Guard members Emily Thomas, Meori Smith, Michael Thomas, Joseph Weathers,        Daniel Thomas, Corey Giles, and Caden Tidwell posted the colors at the annual Weogufka Veterans Memorial ceremony Sunday afternoon.  The event was organized by Sue Baxley of the Weogufka Neighborhood Watch, and included the reading of the names of the veterans inscribed on the memorial and the placing of wreaths on the memorial to honor the men and women who have served our country.

Special Thanks to the Central High School Student Government Association for their hard work in submitting images and stories for the SGA News and Notes section.  Please contact any member of the SGA if you have any news or events you would like to be covered.  The SGA is sponsored by Mrs. Debi Stover.  SGA President for the 2020-2021 school year is Tytiuna Isom.  
Revised Re-opening Plan 2021 Click for Link to the PDF of the entire Plan.
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