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American Legion Boys/Girls State

The interview is made up of Auxiliary, Legion and community members. Interviews will be held locally in March ( exact dates and locations are TBA). There are no “FaceTime” interviews. There is no make up date for interviews.  Each student is given 5 minutes to answer a set of questions asked by the committee. They will be given a quick score immediately after each interview ( 1-5)  that is not shared with anyone. At the end of the interview process, the scores are compiled and the top scoring students from each school are selected. Students who participate in the American Legion Oratorical Contest, Jr. members of ALA or AL and students with immediate family in the military will be given special consideration.

Students will be notified the following week of who is selected to attend Girls and Boys State. Each school has a set amount of students who can attend plus we offer positions to homeschool and private school students as well. Each school will also be offered alternates. Alternates will take the place of delegates who can not attend or in rare cases may even be granted entrance as delegates. Because of this reason Alternates are encouraged to keep their calendars open during the time of Girls and Boys State.

Boys and Girls State in Tennessee is made up of the cream of the crop students who are high achievers. Their academic record should reflect good grades and attendance.

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Class of 2020: PSAT/NMSQT

PSAT/NMSQT™ – Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test

Juniors, this is your opportunity to qualify as a National Merit Scholar and/or be matched up with multiple other scholarships by the College Board.

Sophomores may take the test also in preparation for their qualifying Junior year.

Test Date: Saturday, October 13 (last Saturday of Fall break) @ 8:00 am

Register in the Commons Office before September 14 to guarantee a test.

$22.00 (payment due at registration)

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Parking Info 2018-19 School Year

Students and Parents – We will begin issuing parking spaces for the 2018-19 academic year at CHS beginning the week of April 3rd. Mrs. Hoffmeyer will set up during lunch in the commons office to sell parking spaces. We will have announcements each day as to what grade level will be offered the chance to purchase a parking space. We will begin with rising seniors and then after each senior has been accommodated, we will move on to rising juniors and then rising sophomores. Although spaces will be issued, static parking stickers will not be given to the students until the beginning of the 2018-19 school year when students pick up schedules.

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CHS Announcements

Monday – January 21, 2019

Counselors – The Honors College at MTSU will host an open house on Monday, February 18, 2019 (Presidents’ Day). Registration is now open at www.mtsu.edu/rsvp. For information about parking and a tentative schedule, visit www.mtsu.edu/honors/open-house.php.

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Thursday – January 17, 2019

Counseling Dept – Attention current Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors! If you are interested in enrolling in Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), or Dual Enrollment (DE) classes in the 2019-20 school year, please mark your calendars for Tuesday February 5 at 5:30. There will be an informational meeting at CHS regarding those classes.

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Monday – January 14, 2019

Counselors – The Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts wishes to award six $600 scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to major in Agriculture and pursue a career in this field. The applicants must be accepted to a Tennessee public University. For more information go to the 2nd floor counseling center.

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Thursday – January 10, 2019

Counselors – The Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts wishes to award six $600 scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to major in Agriculture and pursue a career in this field. The applicants must be accepted to a Tennessee public University. For more information go to the 2nd floor counseling center.

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The Cavalier Way

Cookeville High School is a community where we stand up for each other and challenge one another to be our best.

  • We treat each other with respect.
  • We work hard, develop our talents, and aim for excellence.
  • We do the right thing because it is the right thing to do, even when no one is looking.
  • We strive to make our school a safe and positive place for everyone.
  • Cavaliers never give up.

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