Thank you from PTSA

PTSA would like to thank the many, many parents — listed below and others — who donated gift cards, desserts and volunteered to help with the Back-to-School Teacher Luncheon for the 200+ staff at CHHS. Your generous donation of time and resources made the event extra special. Extra kudos go out to Jackie Turner and Paola Cervantes, the PTSA staff appreciation chairs who coordinated the event. Many thanks to Las Hadas Catering for the delicious food with plenty to share. PTSA would like to also thank Jason Ridley with Nationwide Insurance for his generous sponsorship of the luncheon, both the cost of catering, and numerous donations of door prize drawings for teachers.

  • Jason Ridley with Nationwide Insurance
  • Las Hadas Catering
  • Jackie Turner
  • Debra Hurley
  • Cheryl Ayers
  • Leslie Williams
  • Crissie Tatum
  • Robyn Schmidt
  • Cindy Stovall
  • Cory Klein
  • Leigh Ann Crowder
  • Summer Little
  • Pam De La Cruz
  • Linda Stamps
  • Cindy Broder
  • Daneye Alvarez Quigley
  • Gina Flory
  • Angie Wallace
  • Kim Poland
  • Andrew Lee
  • Cheryl Mathison
  • Ruby Antonetti
  • Sudha Raghavan
  • Sally Wheeler
  • Cheryl Harrison
  • J. Waithaka
  • Catherine Goodman
  • Alison Hall
  • Cheryl Redfearn
  • Katie Jarrett
  • Monica Koetting
  • Marci Sogan
  • Jeannette Hamilton
  • Julie Lee
  • Tracy Hodge
  • Carolyn Ann Walgren
  • Mara Anchondo
  • Becky Davis
  • Kristen Fanning

Grapevine Colleyville Future Farmers of America (GCFFA)

Congratulations to the 2017-2018 GCFFA Offices and Advisors! We are so excited for you to represent FFA this year!

Panther Tennis

Panther Varsity Tennis has only been able to complete two matches due to weather. However, there has been a strong start for our #1 and #2 ladies. Brooke Covington and Cate Cushing, both sophomores, are undefeated at the #1 doubles position. They have defeated teams from Marcus, Independence, and Flower Mound.


Colleyville Heritage Drumline would like to thank everyone who supported the CHHS Band for the Infiniti Drive to Give at Panther Pride Night. We hope you enjoyed the ride. Thank you to Grubbs Infiniti for your donation for every driver and your support of CHHS Drumline.

Thank you, CHHS ELA!

Shoutout to the CHHS English Department for showing their College PRIDE by decorating their hallway! What a great showcase of your Alma Mater! Thanks for always going the extra mile and supporting a college-going culture.

CHHS Cross Country

This week CHHS XC hosted the second Panther Run. Out of ten teams competing, the Varsity Girls won the meet and the Varsity Boys got second. The Junior Varsity teams did well with the JV Girls earning second place and the JV Boys were third.

We had a copious amount of great performances from the week. The Varsity Girls had four entries in the top ten with Samantha Widmann (8th), Gretchen Pfeiffer (7th), Brenna Casey (2nd), and Sophie Leathers (1st). The JV Girls had freshman Ena Hopkins (7th) and sophomore Nada Haddad (5th) finish in the top ten. The girls raced in a manner in which they were preparing for the District, Region, and State meets: unconcerned with their finish in this meet. They ran Spartan from the start of the race to the finish line.

The Varsity Boys and JV Boys also had great results as well. Seniors Trey Clower (8th) and Kory Ellis (10th) were top ten finishers in the varsity race as sophomore JD Sanders (6th) also finished in the top ten in the JV Race.

CHHS XC wants to thank all of our supporters. We also want to say thank you to all the parents and volunteers who helped make the CHHS Panther Run such a great event. The teams' results come from all your time, patience, and support. Thank you.

Varsity Panteras Dance Team Officers

Congratulations to the Varsity Panteras Dance Team Officers, Jenna Hutson, Megan Hoffman and Haley Hollingsworth, for their outstanding performance at Officer Camp. They received Superior and Overall Outstanding Home Routine, the Triple Threat Award for technique, performance and leadership, and received 2nd overall in the entire camp.

CHHS Volleyball

The CHHS Volleyball program completed a CLEAN SWEEP of the Keller Central Chargers last Tuesday night. Varsity boasts a 7-2 record this season and JV and freshman teams both hold a 1-1 record.

Panther Applause

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