Class of 2020


This too shall pass

The journey of the Class of 2020 is quite an unusual story to tell and will continue to be as you share it for years to come. You are living through what will be a notable time in history though I’m certain it just feels like a huge inconvenience to you at the moment. Let’s face it, this situation "different".

Several things are on my heart and mind that I want to share with you. I know these days are frustrating and I imagine it feels as though all you’ve worked so hard to accomplish is now slipping away with the end of your senior year coming to an anticlimactic finish. We have to control what we can control. Let’s not waste time in worry or self-pity. That changes nothing. I miss having you in the building. I miss cracking jokes during lunch or trying to catch you leaving without permission. We are all doing everything we can to help you during this unprecedented time. You are not forgotten. We are thinking about you. We are here for you. We care. Stay healthy, Seniors.

Mr. Miller

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are the plans for Prom?
    Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, prom plans have been cancelled at this time.
  2. Will Senior Breakfast be rescheduled?
    Governor Abbott has closed all Texas schools for the remainder of the school year. Unfortunately, this means the senior breakfast and many other activities have been cancelled as well.
  3. Will we have graduation ceremonies?
    Cedar Hill has scheduled an alternate date of June 25 at 7:30 PM at the Mansfield Performing Arts Center. District leadership is also exploring the possibility of an online platform that will allow for a virtual graduation or a drive through diploma pick-up. We are awaiting further guidance from the state on the best way to approach graduation, when a final decision is made we will share it with you.
  4. What do I do with local scholarship applications?
    For completed paper copies of applications, please attempt to deliver directly or mail directly to the organization to which you have applied. Also check with those organizations for extension on deadlines. If you need help facilitating or contacting the organization, please email your high school counselor.
  5. What do I do to keep up with scholarships and deadlines for applications?
    Stay up to date in Naviance and communicate with your counselor.
  6. What if I’m not done with my community service hours for graduation?
    The district is reviewing EIF Local Policy.
  7. If I’m a Cedar Valley College student, will we still have graduation at CVC?
    At this time, a decision has not been made on commencement.
  8. What are the plans for reimbursement of senior fees?
    Paid senior fees will be reimbursed. CHISD will mail reimbursement checks to families starting in May, and families should receive their check before May 22. If you have questions regarding whether or not you will receive a reimbursement check, please check with your campus principal.
  9. Will we be reimbursed for our yearbook?
    Yearbooks have already been purchased. The scholars will receive the yearbooks late.
  10. What if I need to request a Transcript?
    Request transcripts and all other records by emailing the campus registrar, Catrina Goffney (CHHS) or Jennifer Cantu (Collegiate HS)
  11. Now that EOC assessments are cancelled what happens next?
    For students who are still working to meet assessment graduation requirements as seniors in the 2019– 2020 school year, required performance on academic assessments to graduate under TEC, §28.025(c) and §39.025(a) are being waived for spring 2020. Effectively, this means that current seniors may graduate through the Individual Graduation Committee process regardless of the number of EOC assessments they still need to pass. However, the scholar must have received credit for the class. Your campus will contact you with information in reference to the Individual Graduation Committee meetings

CHHS Top 12 Home Delivery

Friday, May 15th, 9am-12pm

Cedar Hill, TX, USA

Cedar Hill, TX

CHHS Administration will deliver your White Robes and Yard signs to your home. You will only need to return the cap and gown and keep the tassel out of the red order.

CHHS Yard Sign , Cap and Gown, Cord Pick-UP, and a Token of Appreciation from the CHHS Admin

Monday, May 18th, 10am-2pm

1 Longhorn Boulevard

Cedar Hill, TX

If you owe a balance for your cap and gown, this needs to be paid in full to Jostens in order for you to pick it up. Contact the Jostens representative below.

Brad Golden

Jostens Arlington Office Staff
2016 E. Randol Mill Rd
Suite 401
Arlington, TX 76011

You will drive around to the main entrance of CHHS. No More than 4 students will be allowed in the building at a time.

Graduation Information


Thursday, June 25th, 7:30pm

1110 West Debbie Lane

Mansfield, TX

Details to come...