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CollegeBoard Recognition

Multiple CHS students were recognized with awards from CollegeBoard. These students earned this recognition because of their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT®, PSAT™ 10, and/or AP® Exams. They've accomplished these milestones during an immensely demanding period of their high school career. We couldn't be more delighted to share this great news with the CHS community.

Isabella Mullen - National Hispanic Recognition Award
Maya Lewis - National African American Recognition Award
Olivia Neal - National African American Recognition Award
Paul Lapujade - National Hispanic Recognition Award

Spencer Rich - National African American Recognition Award

Congratulations to these CHS students for their outstanding accomplishments.

It’s spirit week

This is a huge week at CHS. It is the first spirit week of the year. Check out the flyer below for specific theme days.

This Friday is our first assembly back inside Payne gym since 2020! Friday night for the first home football game come to the tennis courts by the senior parking lot for a free pre game tailgate party. Face painting, photo spot, and an inflatable game called Meltdown. Food trucks will be selling food as well.

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CHS Ohana

On Friday, September 9th, we have our first home game and CHS Spirit wear day, “Ohana”. For those of you that are new to Chandler High School, we wanted to take a moment to explain what “Ohana” means and how it became a tradition at CHS. Ohana is defined as the Hawaiian word for family. There tends to be a strong sense of family when growing up in smaller, island towns. In the old days, families in Hawaii tended to be quite large, often four or five (or more) siblings.” Our past award-winning football coach, Shaun Aguano, came from the amazing state of Hawaii and brought with him several of the traditions and cultural celebrations of that area. He saw our teams and campus as an extension of family and wanted to spread that mentality across the school. At the time, we also had several football players of Polynesian descent – as a team, they decided that they wanted to integrate this Hawaiian/Polynesian concept into Chandler High School traditions. As a result, the word and ideology of “Ohana” has taken root on the CHS campus and is celebrated in many events on the campus. The Wolfpack Family is strong and is ever-changing – this celebration of Ohana is just one example of the cultural appreciation we celebrate on our campus. This year, we hope to teach more and more lessons about the importance of Ohana and where that idea came from.

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College Fair

CHS Theater Performance

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CHS Athletics This Week

Weekly Schedule

Wolves in Action

wrestling with the truth

November 5th 10:00-11:00 at the Chandler Public Library, Robert Shegog will be sharing his memoirs. He has given numerous talks about diversity and inclusion, even doing a TED Talk.

Coach Shegog, as we still call him today, is one of the oldest living people with HIV. He received his diagnosis in 1986, five years before Magic Johnson. Treatment and outcomes during this time were so poor that contracting the virus was a death sentence. Coach Shegog lost numerous loved ones to the virus and he suffered multiple bouts with the often fatal opportunistic pneumonias. Yet he persisted. Driven by his passion for wrestling, he needed to make sure his students were on track with their classes, able to graduate high school, and ready to continue their postgraduate pursuits. He knew everything about his kids and made sure they knew nothing about him. They never knew when he was sick. They never met the man he loved. They never knew he had to abstain from some critical wrestling moments to be with his dying partner.

He knew coaching wrestling wouldn’t have been an option had people learned the truth about him in the 1980s, 1990s, and possibly in the 2000s. He lived a lie and did so for the sake of his students. Learn about how Robert Shegog navigated these difficult issues in order to be the teacher, coach, father figure, and exemplary role model that inspired multiple generations of students.

Please click the button below for frequently asked questions about this year's AP exams.
AP Exam Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about AP exams, visit this link.


PSAT Testing Info

Counseling Newsletter

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College and Career Corner

Letters for Rose

Letters for Rose is up and running with 50 members strong!! This is an amazing service group on the CHS campus that dedicates its time to helping serve and support our senior members of the community through letter writing and art. If you are interested in participating or contributing supplies, please reach out to Mrs. Kemp in room 214 or see President, Kyle DeRosier.

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Chandler Care Closet

Do you know anyone who needs assistance, or are you in need? Let US ASSIST!

Chandler High School (CHS) Care Closet is your community partner all school year long.

The CHS Care Closet has: school clothes, school supplies, hygiene products, food items, and small home good items.

Contact Mrs. Neal to get what you need from CHS Care Closet or 480-224-3977

Student IDs

Please remember, students are required to carry IDs at all times while on campus. If you do not have an ID, please get a replacement in the JSU.

Attendance Office Information

CHS Attendance Techs:

Maria Armenta - - 480-812-7723

Student Alpha - Lei-Z

Violet Lainez - - 480-812-7722

Student Alpha - A-Le

Attendance Office Procedures:

  • Please remember to call in absences. Calling in absences ahead of time helps the attendance office update student attendance records. You can call in absences by leaving a message at 480-812-7703
  • If you need to speak with an attendance tech, please leave a message and they will return your call.
  • If a student is leaving early, they must be signed out by a parent/guardian.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your student's attendance tech.


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AVID Corner
AVID Corner

cash for classrooms

Families and community members, there is still time to donate to Cash for Classrooms! Your donations to the Chandler Education Foundation help fund teacher grants that truly make a difference for students and staff. Even a small amount makes an impact. Donate today at the link below.

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Unified Sports

The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) and Special Olympics have joined together to create Unified Sports in schools.

The mission of Unified Sports® is to create an inclusive program that combines individuals with intellectual disabilities (athletes) and individuals without intellectual disabilities (partners) on sports teams for training and competition.

At CUSD Unified Sports are considered varsity sports. Each participant who completes the season and attends all required practices and events receive a Varsity Unified Letter from their home school. All participants must also complete an Athletic Clearance Packet.

Click below for more information.

Unified Flag Football

If you are interested in playing Unified Flag Football this fall, please stop by room 506 to get more information from Coach Valuikas. All ability levels are welcome, and no experience is needed. This is also a great way to get 30+ community service hours.

Chandler Buddies

What is Chandler Buddies?

The mission of Chandler Buddies is to create a culture of acceptance and inclusion . This club provides opportunities to build one-to-one friendships between individuals with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Here at CHS we have had a lot of success building and maintaining relationships between students with intellectual disabilities and their non-disabled peers. While participating in Chandler Buddies, students have the opportunity to develop the social skills needed to build social confidence and meaningful friendships. Students are paired using questionnaires and by attending "matching" parties.

How can I get involved?

You can participate in chandler buddies as a Buddy, Peer Buddy or as an Associate Member.

Buddy - Buddies are students with intellectual or developmental disabilities. All Buddies are paired with a Peer Buddy and attend all events. Buddies maintain contact with their Peer Buddy and maintain contact with their Peer Buddy at least once a week.

Peer Buddy - Peer Buddies are matched to Buddies and facilitate the one-to-one friendships. Peer Buddies attend all club events, and maintain contact with their Buddy at least once a week.

Associate Member - Associate members attend all Chandler Buddies meetings and events. They are not paired one-to-one with a Buddy, however, interact with all buddies casually throughout the year.

What activities do Chandler Buddies members participate in?

The club gets together once a month for a variety of activities that includes picnics, game nights, movie nights, holiday parties, lip sync battles, making art for the art show, etc.

If you are selected as a peer buddy, you will be paired up with another student. Peer Buddies and Buddies communicate or socialize at least once a week. This can include phone calls, texts, eating lunch, going to a sporting event, dinner and a movie, video games, etc.

See Mrs. Peacock in room 505 for more information

Senior Portraits

All seniors will be scheduled portrait session over the summer by Prestige Studios by Lifetouch. Only photographs taken by Prestige can be used in the yearbook. There is also an option to upgrade to a full photo session. Students who upgraded to a session will be emailed proofs and can choose their portrait for the yearbook. If you do not receive your proofs or are unable to select a photo, please contact Prestige Studios directly (not the school). If students do not select a photo by the deadline or did not pay for an upgraded session, a default photo will be chosen.

November 3-4, 2022: Yearbook only photos and make ups (on campus)

November 30 - December 1, 2022: Yearbook Only Sessions -- Last Call (on campus)

The deadline to have your portrait taken and included in the yearbook is December 4, 2022. Please direct all questions to Amber Valdez at Prestige Studios (not CHS) at 480-296-2889 or

Purchase a Yearbook

2023 yearbooks are now and sale, and yearbooks can be purchased online at or in person at the CHS Bookstore. Only books purchased online can be personalized.

2023 Yearbook Pricing

Presale Discount (7/11-9/6): $65

Fall Sale (9/7-1/28): $75

Yearbook Sales (1/29-3/20*): $80

*Online sales will end on March 20. Afterwards, all yearbooks must be purchased at the CHS Bookstore. Yearbooks will be distributed in May.

Senior Ads

Congratulatory Advertisements can be purchased online until February 17, 2023. The Chandler High Yearbook staff is unable to design or create your ad for you. Please note- the deadline for Senior Advertisements is firm; there will be no extensions.

2023 Advertisement Pricing

Quarter Page, Color $80

Half Page, Color $160

dual enrollment

· Dual Enrollment Registration/Enrollment opens Aug 1, 2022

· Application Workshop Day - Every Thursday during lunch time and/or after school in the career center

· Deadline to register for Dual Enrollment credit: September 18, 2022

For any questions students can email Ms.Yozzy at

Girls Basketball Fundraiser

Girls Basketball Fundraiser

band fundraiser

Band Fundraiser
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Swim and Dive Fundraisers
Sign Up Genius Link

Click here to volunteer.

Fundraiser Info

Tax Credit Donations

Interested in making a tax credit donation to help students become involved in fun, meaningful, and life-enhancing activities?

Arizona law ARS 43-1089.01 enables taxpayers a tax credit contribution of up to $400.00 per calendar year if filing status is Married, filing Joint Return; $200.00 per calendar year if filing status is Single or Head of Household; and, $200.00 per calendar year if filing status is Married filing separate return — for contributions that fund extracurricular activities in public schools. A tax credit is a full refund, not a deduction.

Contributions eligible for a tax credit are donated directly to schools, not to the state or the school district.

school cents - help chs earn money

Chandler High participates in the School Cents program. Keep this in mind while doing your back to school shopping!

It’s easy! Between July 1 and January 15, shop, dine, or watch a movie. Drop off your receipts in the collection box labeled CHS on the Upper-Level bridge near Barnes & Noble.

School Cents Flyer

CHandler Care Center Fundraiser

Care Center Fundraiser Flyer


The Chandler CARE Center provides a great deal of support to the Chandler Community throughout the school year. Please check here often for resources available to CHS students and families.