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Graduation 2020

Chester High School Drive Up Graduation Ceremony June 12, 2020 7:00 pm CHS Football Field Each graduate will be allowed four(4) cars for family members. Family members must remain in the car for the entire ceremony, only graduates will be allowed to exit the car. Graduates/families will park in front of the bleachers. Seniors will sit in front of their family’s vehicle. At the time of the procession, they will all stand and be called to the stage, one by one, with social distancing, they will walk on the stage to receive their diploma, one at a time, and march off immediately returning to their parent’s car and when appropriate exit the stadium. The second, third and fourth family car will enter the football stadium from the east entrance by the gym and drive around the track to designated parking spots along the track, 6’ apart. Once all graduates have been introduced and have received their diploma the principal will declare that all graduates have met state and PUSD requirements for graduation. They will then be accepted by Traci Holt, PUSD board member. Ceremony will be filmed and possibly live-streamed.

W!SE Award - 2nd Consecutive Year!

8TH ANNUAL 100 BEST W!SE HIGH SCHOOLS TEACHING PERSONAL FINANCE RANKINGS ANNOUNCED CHESTER JR. SR. HIGH SCHOOL RECOGNIZED AS A “100 BEST” SCHOOL!   Congratulations to CHS Students for outstanding work & Mrs. Pixler for making them stellar!
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Graduation 2020

Chester High School Drive Up Graduation Ceremony June 12, 2020 7:00 pm CHS Football Field Each graduate will be allowed four(4) cars for family members. Family members must remain in the car for the entire ceremony, only graduates will be allowed to exit the car. Graduates/families will park in front of the bleachers. Seniors will sit in front of their family’s vehicle. At the time of the procession, they will all stand and be called to the stage, one by one, with social distancing, they will walk on the stage to receive their diploma, one at a time, and march off immediately returning to their parent’s car and when appropriate exit the stadium. The second, third and fourth family car will enter the football stadium from the east entrance by the gym and drive around the track to designated parking spots along the track, 6’ apart. Once all graduates have been introduced and have received their diploma the principal will declare that all graduates have met state and PUSD requirements for graduation. They will then be accepted by Traci Holt, PUSD board member. Ceremony will be filmed and possibly live-streamed.

W!SE Award - 2nd Consecutive Year!

8TH ANNUAL 100 BEST W!SE HIGH SCHOOLS TEACHING PERSONAL FINANCE RANKINGS ANNOUNCED CHESTER JR. SR. HIGH SCHOOL RECOGNIZED AS A “100 BEST” SCHOOL!   Congratulations to CHS Students for outstanding work & Mrs. Pixler for making them stellar!
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W!SE Award - 2nd Consecutive Year!

8TH ANNUAL 100 BEST W!SE HIGH SCHOOLS TEACHING PERSONAL FINANCE RANKINGS ANNOUNCED CHESTER JR. SR. HIGH SCHOOL RECOGNIZED AS A “100 BEST” SCHOOL!   Congratulations to CHS Students for outstanding work & Mrs. Pixler for making them stellar!

School Calendar

Sep 14

Art club

Time: 2:05 PM – 2:40 PM
Sep 21

Art club

Time: 2:04 PM – 2:40 PM

Principal Spotlight

Terry Hernandez CHS Principal
 Interview with Terry Hernandez CHS Principal:
 
“This was my first full-time job out of college. I was hired in January 1995 as a science teacher and returned the next year as the history teacher. In 2000 I went back for my credential to be the principal at CHS.”
 
 
"Most of what I have achieved has been from my education. It has been an ongoing process throughout my adult life.
My advice to kids is to make sure to think about your career early on and research it. Talk to people in that field and shadow them if possible. Understand what experience and education are required for the career you are interested in. Talk to your school counselor and teachers."
 
“Kids need to follow their dreams and work hard, nothing comes easy, or at least it shouldn’t. Most of all have fun doing it. Contribute to society in a positive way. I wish I was exposed to more career exploration growing up. I really had no idea what my options were coming out of high school. Students have multiple opportunities to figure out what they want to do with their lives, take advantage of it.”

Terry loves almost anything outdoors, especially hunting and fishing. He rides motorcycles and enjoys coaching football and baseball, and spending time with family and friends, which he says is his number one priority outside of work. As a principal, he says he works hard to make it a positive atmosphere for staff and students where learning takes place all day, every day. “If the students realize we are here because we care they will work hard, learn, and enjoy doing it.” Although he was offered principal jobs in other towns, he is committed to Chester and says he wouldn’t want to work anywhere else. 
“...to leave the world a bit better because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

District Mission and Vision

 
Our Mission is to collectively inspire every child in every classroom every day. We ensure an exemplary education with diverse opportunities and we accept no limits on the learning potential of any child.