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January 9, 2024 E-Learning Day

Due to projected severe weather tomorrow, January 9th, Chesterfield County School District will operate on an E-Learning Day schedule.
Lauren Brock


Congratulations to Lauren Brock on being awarded the National Rural and Small Town Award through the College Board National Recognition Program. Students from rural areas earn this academic honor with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and outstanding performance on the PSAT, scoring within the top 10% of assessment takers in each state.
Great job, Lauren. We are proud of you!
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The Chesterfield High School's mission is to provide an academic environment that enables all students to earn a quality education, which in turn promotes lifelong learning, responsible citizenship, and success in the workplace.
Student learning is our top priority and high expectations yield high  results.
All students can learn and learning is life long.
All students have the right to earn a quality education in a positive and safe environment and to become productive members of a  democratic and cohesive society.
It is academically advantageous for students to learn in a cross -curricular environment in which they have hands-on learning and are actively engaged.
All students should be treated with dignity and respect in learning environments that reflect appreciation and understanding of multicultural diversity.
Schools should respond to changes in business, technology, community, and family structures.
Schools should implement innovative teaching and learning strategies that reflect tomorrow’s work force in a diverse society.
Involvement in extra curricular activities enhances a student’s overall education and helps to develop life-long work ethics and social skills.
Learning is the responsibility of each individual student and that parents and guardians of these students are responsible and accountable for actively supporting the learning process.