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The CHS Summer School Credit Recovery program will be available again this summer for students who are in need of recovering credit for required classes that have been failed either this year or in the past. The learning program this summer will utilize a self-paced online curriculum with required face-to-face attendance every Wednesday from 8:30-11:30 AM at CHS from June 16th until August 11th (or sooner if the coursework is complete). Summer school is only available to students who earned at least a 35% in the original course in which they failed to earn credit. Students need to complete the enrollment application as soon as possible, as spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.
Over the years, there has been a tradition of excellence at CHS in academics, athletics, music, clubs, and all other aspects of student life. It is now your turn to take advantage of these opportunities, become engaged in your learning, and challenge yourself to succeed. Students who participate in school related extra-curricular activities are more likely to be successful than those who do not. Students who choose to come to school regularly, fulfill class requirements, behave responsibly, and participate in class will also perform better academically.
Along with challenging yourself to develop your academic, artistic, and athletic skills, aptitudes, and abilities, we also challenge every member of the Coldwater High School community to treat each other with respect and dignity every day. Building supportive and respectful relationships with one another is an important part of creating a safe, secure, and enjoyable school environment.
We all at CHS are looking forward to helping you challenge yourself and watching you reach your goals. If you encounter difficulties, seek out the help of any adult in the building and we will help you. We welcome the opportunity to help you prepare for your future as you proceed through your high school career.
With "Cardinal" pride,
Mr. Bill Milnes, Principal
Mrs. Krista Searls, Assistant Principal