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Cross Country State Championship

This weekend the CHS Girls Cross Country Team, coached by Matt Lincoln, ran an incredible race at Cave Creek Golf Course and won the Division 1 State Championship. The team upset Xavier, nationally #8 ranked Desert Vista, and a number of other teams to win. This is Chandler High’s first cross country state title!

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swim state championship

Congratulations to Mark Jurek on his two Swim State Championship wins in the 200 Free and 200 I.M. Coach Kerry Croswhite was also named Swim Coach of the Year!

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chs football

The Wolves defeated Boulder Creek 35-14 last Friday in the first round of the State Play-Offs. Come out to Austin Field this Friday at 7:00 to see us take on Desert Vista in round 2. Go Wolves!

dustin woodard

Dustin Woodard was named 2015 #greatamericanrivalry Scholar Athlete. Dustin plays Varsity Football and has a 4.1 GPA. Congratulations, Dustin!

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Chandler FFA placed 5th in the nation in the Novice Parliamentary Procedure Competition in Louisville, Kentucky. Faith Everett and Dayton Larson received perfect scores on their written test.

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From Left to Right: Dayton Larson, Travis Covitz, Michelle Braun, Angel Morales, Faith Everett, Shelby Bellah, and Trevor Newman

unified flag football

Congratulations to CHS Unified Flag Football and Cheer on a great season. The Unified Wolves exhibited hard work, excellent skills and fantastic attitudes. Awesome job, Wolves!

zoe zammit

Zoe Zammit, CHS Senior and DECA State Vice President, not only ran between pillars of fire to be introduced at the DECA Fall Leadership Conference, but she also closed out the conference with an amazing and inspiring speech with over 2500 students and advisors from across Arizona in the audience. Excellent work, Zoe!

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Last week, CHS JROTC had the privilege of presenting colors at the beginning of the Coyotes game. As always, the cadets did a terrific job of representing Chandler High.

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On Thursday, October 29th, Chandler High hosted a Link Crew Leader Conference. Eight schools attended. They focused on how to be exceptional leaders for our incoming freshmen and how to maintain that connection throughout the school year.

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Last week CHS’s Student Council attended the Annual AASC Advisor and President’s luncheon at the Talking Stick Resort Arena where the Phoenix Suns play. Juan Cardenas, Riley Pass, Randi Mitchell and Sydney Hess were four of 600 students who attended and were challenged to be the example as leaders on their school campus. Special thanks to the Phoenix Suns who provided each student with a ticket to a Suns game.

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Student Peer Mediators attended a conference hosted by the Arizona Association of Conflict Resolution in Paradise Valley last week. Students were given opportunities to strengthen their skills and role-play different mediations with students from all over the state of AZ. CHS is proud to have a Peer Mediation program to help students solve their differences. Peer Mediators include Sydney Lonigro, Elizabeth Otte, Michael Williams, Aaliyah Teran, Steven Ochoa, Adriana Romero, Kayla Bustamante and Tyler Bodzioney.

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ib fundraiser

Help the IB Boosters raise funds for student scholarships by dining at Freddy’s by the Chandler Mall on Tuesday, November 10th, from 3:00-10:00pm. 10% of sales go to CHS IB Boosters. Mention CHS IB or print the CHS IB flyer to take with you when you go.

chasing reverie

Chandler High’s Modazz, Advanced and Improv Dancers will perform Chasing Reverie on Wednesday, November 18th in the CCA. The foyer performance will begin at 6:30pm with the concert beginning at 7:00 on the main stage. You don’t want to miss this!


Are you a CHS student, or do you know a CHS student, who needs to take the written permit test in order to get a driver’s license? AAA Arizona is partnering with the Si Se Puede Foundation to offer a FREE workshop that will prepare students for the written driver’s permit test. Workshop dates are Thursday, November 5th OR Wednesday, November 18th from 6-7:30 pm at Chandler High School. To reserve a spot, students should sign up as soon as possible in the Counseling office.


DECA is hosting a food packing event on November 12th from 3:30-5:30pm at Feed My Starving Children. The group is looking for 80 students and 20 parents to attend. If you are interested in joining us, please see any DECA member or contact Ms. Frahm after school in room 401.


The Girls Soccer Team is hosting a golf tournament fundraiser on December 6th at Ocotillo Country Club. View the golf registration form for more info and to sign up for our tournament. Registration will close in mid-November.


There’s a new after-school program available to Chandler students. The Bridge Community Center offers several activities aimed at keeping teens busy with healthy physical activities, sports, video games, and even tutoring. From their website:

“The Bridge is a place for teens to hang out after school, during school breaks, and on the weekends. They have an all access pass to our skate park, gymnasium, rock climbing wall, game room, and café in exchange for signing in and following a few simple rules! The possibilities are endless—we also offer many programs including camps, special events, organized sports, concerts and tutoring.”

There are locker rooms, food and drinks for a minimal price, and various leagues and clinics. Almost everything is free (including tutoring). The only charges that will incur will be sports leagues and clinics, some events and concerts, and taekwondo.

Photo ID is required, helmets must be worn at the skate park, and parents must sign a release form, so make sure you plan accordingly. The Bridge places a huge emphasis on keeping teens safe while simultaneously providing a fun environment. The release form can be conveniently filled out online! If you are interested in free tutoring, sign up using the tutoring sign up link.

The Bridge’s hours are: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 2:00 - 8:00 PM, CLOSED Wednesday, Friday from 2:00 - 9:00 PM, Saturday all ages from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM, and junior and senior high school students only from 2:00 - 9:00 PM.

Visit the Bridge’s Website for more information about programs available, photos of the facility, contact information for the staff, and any other questions you may have.

career center news

COLLEGE PRESENTATIONS: Sign up in the Career Center

  • ROTC Presentation- Wednesday, 11/18 @ 8:30am- Come learn about the requirements for the ROTC Scholarship and the various ROTC Scholarship programs. The Navy, Marines, Army & Air Force will be represented.
  • Armed Forces Forum- Thursday, 11/19 @ 10:30am- Interested in joining the Military? Come learn about the differences in the various branches. The Army, Air Force, AZ National Guard, Marines, & Navy will be represented!

New presentations are added daily. Visit the Career Center webpage to access the Career Center Calendar and other valuable info.