There will be a School Board Public Hearing and Work Session for Superintendent’s Proposed FY18 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at 6:30 PM.
January 27th and March 9th have been placed back into the CCPS school calendar as full instructional days for students in order to make up instructional hours lost to the recent snowstorm.

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Congratulations to the CCHS BAND for a wonderful performance at the Governor’s Mansion on Sunday, December 11, 2016.  Under the leadership of Mr. Bruce Person, Jr.  they represented Charles City very well and received numerous compliments from the guests in attendance including the Governor.  Many thanks to Mr. Person and the band members for the countless hours they spent preparing for this event and representing the CCPS family.

Robotics Team
The Charles City Robotics Team participated in the First Robotics competition on December 3rd, 2016 for the Central Virginia Qualifier. The team was among 48 other teams from Virginia and surrounding states.  The team, comprised of all new members, obtained a #13 ranking in the overall competition.   The team will compete again in early February at NSU in Norfolk for the Easter Qualifier. Last year at the same competition the team place 2nd in their alliance group.  Congrats CCHS Robotics Team!
Hour of Code

CCES students participated in the Hour of Code during Computer Science Week.  Hour of Code is a global movement to expose students to the fun and exciting word of coding.  Hour of Code challenged students to use their critical thinking and problem-solving skills to become creators of technology, not just users.  Wonderful things are happening at CCES!

CCHS JROTC Accredited


JROTC Cadets of the Charles City High Panther Honor Guard, commanded by Miles Ragin, prepare to receive officials from Cadet Command.  The Panther Battalion underwent a Program for Accreditation review.  This triennial review is used to evaluate Secondary Educational Institutions and JROTC Instructors, as defined by public laws, contracts, Army Regulations, and USACC policies to ensure compliance with minimum program criteria. As a result, Charles City High School JROTC program is deemed fully accredited.