Cabot High School

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Do you have questions or concerns?

Please call the school office with any questions or concerns, 843-3562. Our faculty and administration would love to hear from you.

Upcoming CHS Events

February 16- Choir Spaghetti Supper 6:00

February 16- Basketball @ LR Central 5:00

February 17- "Caught Chocolate" during lunches under main staircase

February 17- Bowling State Tournament @ Allfam 11:00

February 18- Father Daughter Dance-lunch eaten in old gym or courtyard

February 19- All 10th grade ACT Aspire Practice test 1st period

February 19- Deadline to order personalized yearbook at

February 19- Basketball @ Mountain Home 5:00

February 19-20- Wrestling State Tournament @ UALR 3:00

February 21- Walk for Wheezy

February 26-Japanese Club Super Smash Brothers Tournament

February 26- Swimming @ Bentonville Diving state meet

March 1- All Juniors ACT Testing

March 1- Seniors Excused for College/Tech/Career Visits

March 2-3- State Basketball Tournament, all car riders dismissed after 2nd lunch, bus riders will report to the loft for study hall

March 4- Last day to register for April ACT

March 4- CHS Students with tickets to Guys and Dolls AM

March 5- Guys and Dolls 7 PM

March 6- Guys and Dolls 2:30

March 14, 15, & 17- CAP Conferences 3-6 PM

April 9- ACT

April 12-13- ACT Aspire testing 10th grade

April 23- CHS Prom

Panther Writing Lab

Tuesday, Feb. 16th, 3:30pm

CHS Lab 2407

What: An opportunity for extra help on writing assignments, including help planning and editing.

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30

Where: Computer Lab 2407

Students must come to the lab with an assignment they need help with, not just a skill.

Lunch on February 18

On February the 18th the dining area of the cafeteria will not be opened for students during lunch. The Panther Foundation will be preparing for the Father/Daughter Dance. We WILL be serving meals that day. All meals will be served on disposable trays.
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CHS' National Merit Finalists

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Seniors: the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now availavle for seniors planning to attend a college, university or technical school. Applications are available at The FAFSA must be completed in order to be considered for the AR Academic Challenge Scholarship, aka the Lottery Scholarship.
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Choir Spaghetti Supper

The Choir will have a spaghetti supper and concert on Tuesday, February 16 at 6:00 in the CFA Cafeteria. Tickets are $8 pre-sold and can be purchased by any choir member, or you can pay $10 at the door. Come out and support your Cabot Choir Program!

Back by popular demand: ”Caught” Chocolate!!

Your teachers have tokens to give to students when you do something awesome! You can redeem your token for a free hot chocolate under the main staircase on Wednesday, February 17.

Registration for the 2016-2017 School Year

The registration process for the 2016-2017 school year is now underway! This process has changed somewhat from previous years. The biggest change is that the students are entering their course selections online through their HAC account. They can log on and pick the core classes they need, as well as the electives they want for next year. If a student needs log in information for his/her HAC account, they should ask their English or Math teacher, go the the Media Center or come the the Counseling Center for that information. We are advising students to do the following right now-

A. Talk over course selections with Parents/Guardians

B. Fill out the registration sheet

C. Log onto their HAC Account and choose his/her courses

D. Bring the registration sheet with them when the counselors meet with students during his/her English class. Counselors will be meeting with Juniors on February 9th & 10th, and February 17th & 18th for Sophomores.

Students will be able to make course changes in HAC up until February 19th. If a student needs log in information for his/her HAC account, he/she should ask their English or Math teacher, go the the Media Center or come the the Counseling Center for that information. A confirmation sheet with the courses requested will be printed out. When you come for CAP Conferences (Parent/Teacher Conferences) in March, you can review and make changes at that time. If you have questions, you are encouraged to email or call your student's counselor. Please scroll to the bottom of this message for email addresses.

Walk for Wheezy

Cabot Crown Club will be helping sponsoring the 1st annual Walk for Wheezy to honor Eloise Owen. The walk will take place at the high school track on February 21st from 2-4. Sign up to volunteer or register at All proceeds will be donated to Children's Miracle Network in memory of Eloise.

To help raise money for the 1st annual Walk for Wheezy, Crown Club is also selling Krispy Kreme donuts. Pre-orders must be placed by Tuesday February 17th and will be delivered on February 18th. 1 Dozen Donuts will be 8 dollars. Money raised will be donated to Children's Miracle Network.

CONGRATULATIONS to the following juniors who have been selected to be ushers and escorts for the class of 2016!


Montanna Albay and Jarrod Barnes


Brett Brockinton, Abbie Bush, Bobby Duncan, Halie Eastham, Eric Larsen, Greer King, Blake McCutchen, Micah Long, Easton Seidl, Blakely Moore, Joseph Sepulveda, Lexi Vines

CHS Cheer Tryouts

Anyone wanting to try out for high school cheer needs to sign up outside Ms. Tripp's room (1409) in the history hallway. You will need to pick up an information sheet. There is a mandatory parent meeting at the Freshman Academy cafeteria on February 18 at 6:00.

CAP Conferences, March 14th, 15th and 17th

CAP (Career Action Plan) Conferences will be held on March 14th, 15th and 17th. These are marked on the school calendar as Parent/Teacher Conferences. During these CAP Conferences you will be able to briefly discuss your child's career plans and review his/her classes for next year. One of the goals of the CAP Conference is to try to align your students schedule with classes that will help him/her gain knowledge in a potential career area. At this time, please discuss with your student the best time for you to attend a CAP Conference on March 14th, 15th or 17th during the hours of 3:00-6:00 PM. Your student should relay that information to his/her CAP advisor so the CAP Conference can be scheduled. You should receive a green post card around March 1st with the time and date of your CAP Conference. School will be dismissed at 2:15 each day.

Weather Related School Closings

During times of inclement weather there are many ways to find out if the Cabot Public School District will be closed, have a delayed start time or dismissed early. One of the fastest methods to receive this information is by downloading the Cabot Public Schools Application (App) on your smartphone. Make sure you go to settings on your phone and turn on the alerts for the app. That way if you get a notification a banner will pop up on your screen. Other messages are often sent through the app as well. The district has several methods of dispersing school closure information that are listed below.

a. Cabot School District Smartphone App

b. Automated Phone Messages/email/text

c. Twitter

d. Facebook

e. Cabot School District Website

f. Local TV Stations

Arkansas Lottery Scholarship Application, Seniors Only!

The Arkansas Lottery Scholarship Application is available now. A student must have a 19 on his/her ACT in order to apply for the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and parents must have completed and submitted their 2015 taxes in order to complete the Arkansas Lottery Application. Click on the link below to learn more. Students must create an account first. They should not use their school email address in creating an account for the Arkansas Lottery Scholarship.

More Than Sad

In the next few weeks, students in grades 7-12 will be participating in the More Than Sad program. This is a mental health awareness program designed to help students and parents learn about the signs and symptoms of depression. Parents will also be invited to participate in the same program one evening as well. As soon as that date is finalized more details will be posted. To read a letter from Dr. Tony Thurman, Superintendent, and learn about the More Than Sad program, click on the link below.

Letter/More Than Sad

Online Payment Store

Did you know that Cabot Public Schools is now providing an easy to use solution for online payments. It's called RevTrak , and the new web store allows you to make payments online for high school clubs, activity fees and more? This new and convenient options saves time, reduces trips to the school office, and eliminates the need to send cash or check with your students. All it takes is a few clicks. To learn more about RevTrak click on the website below.

Teachers with a Heart Award

The Cabot Classroom Teacher's Association (CTA) has once again teamed up the Centennial Bank in Cabot to honor our district's most outstanding educators. The CTA is recognizing the great work of some of our best and brightest teachers with the annual "Cabot CTA Teachers with Heart Award." Beginning January 15, 2016 - March parents, colleagues, principals, students and members of the public can nominate Cabot teachers for this award. To learn more and download and application, click on the link below.

Free Tutoring on Wednesdays and Thursdays

Wednesday, Feb. 17th, 4pm

909 West Main Street

Cabot, AR

AP Academy students will tutor individuals in need os assistance in the teen area of the Cabot Public Library from 4:00-5:00, any grade any subject.

The Coolidge Scholarship for America - Juniors Only!

It is rare to find a college scholarship opportunity for Juniors only. The Coolidge Scholarship for America is a full ride Presidential Scholarship covering tuition, room, board and expenses for four years of undergraduate study and leadership training. It is available to Juniors only. Visit the link below to learn more.

American College Test (ACT)

Effective for the 2015-2016 school year, students will have two ways to take the ACT test:

  • Required and provided by the Arkansas Department of Education through the local high school on March 1, 2016 - 11th grade only!

  • Optional and provided by the American College Testing through a student/parent registration on national test dates throughout the year.

Both ways of taking the ACT test will provide students with a valid, reportable score for colleges and scholarships.

On March 1, 2016 all Arkansas students enrolled in 11th grade will have the opportunity to take a FREE ACT test through the assessment requirements from the Arkansas Department of Education. The school will register the students and administer the test at school during the day.

Students may take the ACT during the year on a national testing date by completing the application and paying the fee. These testing dates and registration are the responsibility of the student and parent. Information regarding these traditional testing dates is available at or the counseling center. The ACT given on a national testing date is usually on a Saturday.

Need Math Help? Free Tutoring is available

When? Tuesdays

Where? ACE North

Times: 4:00-6:00

Also, there is a Math tutor lab in the Math wing during both lunches. See Mrs. Crow with questions.

Principal and Counselor Assignments by student last name:


A-D Brad Tarvin

E-J Nicole Gatewood

K-Q Charlie Donham

R-Z Alana Graham

Principal- Henry Hawkins

Dean of Students- Ronnie Tollett


A-C Barbara Miller

D-Holi Janet Walters

Holl-Morri Julie Wilson

Morro-Slu Jayne Snyder

Smart-Z Kim Gibson

Need to Contact Us?

If you would like to email one of our fabulous faculty members like Mrs. Kester, all you will need to know is their first and last name and add For example, Mrs. Kester's email is