News and Announcements

King named principal of New Heights Middle School

Omoro King has been named the new principal of New Heights Middle School. Since 2002, King has served in the Chesterfield County School District as a math teacher at McBee High School and Cheraw High School, as an assistant principal at Long Middle School, and as the principal of Jefferson Elementary since 2015.
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CCSD student-athletes compete in Summer Games

Athletes from across the state converged on the Fort Jackson and enjoyed a weekend of competition and fun. Students from Chesterfield County School District attended the Summer Games as part of the Area 2 delegation. CCSD athletes competed in Masters Bocce (age 21 and up), Unified Doubles Bowling and Individual Bowling at Fort Jackson on May 11, 2019. Chesterfield County School District received two gold medals, four silver medals and three bronze medals.
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Fine Arts completers honored with luncheon

On Wednesday, May 1, Chesterfield County Schools held its first annual Fine Arts Completer Luncheon at Central High School.  Seniors from all four high schools were recognized and presented with graduation honor cords.
Students may be considered “completers” in a fine arts area if they have passed all of their high school’s required coursework in either band, chorus, drama, or visual art with an A or B.

“We are very proud of these students, they have put in hours and hours of work over the last four years and are truly deserving of this honor,” said Central High Band Director, Geoff Mack.  McBee High School Art Teacher, Victoria Wade, added, “We are very thankful for the administration’s commitment to the fine arts in our district.”
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Central High to hold production of "Grease"

Tickets are now on sale for Central High School’s production of Grease! Come enjoy this timeless musical classic complete with the songs you know and love. Playing April 11-13, at 7 p.m. and will be held in Central High School’s Gymnasium. Please visit or contact a cast member to purchase your tickets today for the pre-sale price of $7. Tickets will be $10 at the door. So don’t wait till it’s too late!
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