Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

  • Brothers Basketball

    Brothers Basketball
    The Brothers opened their season with a win over Arlington, 64-43.  Harrison Kelly led the scoring with 21 points, while Reese McMullen had 13, Chandler Jackson added 11 and Sam Spence had 5 assists.  Brothers are back in action Saturday vs. a very talented Houston team.  Freshmen tip at 4:30, JV at 6:00, and Varsity at 7:30.  All at Houston High School.
  • Swimming:

    The brothers swim team showed out last night with numerous accomplishments across the board. Griffin Roe finished first overall in the 100 yard freestyle as well as second overall in the 100 back; Tom Lamm finished 3rd overall in the 100 back; and Nick Harviel finished 3rd overall in the 500 freestyle. The night ended with a bang as the dream team featuring Raymond Fracchia, Owen Brody, Anthony Gatti, and Layton Scarborough came from behind to finish with a 4:55 (and not last)in the 400 free relay in front of a loud crowd of students. Thanks to all who showed out. Our next meet is December 15th.
  • Brothers On Stage - Peter/Wendy

    CBHS Theatre will present their first production  of the year Peter/Wendy this weekend. The show opens tonight and runs through Saturday. Performances are at 7 PM Thursday/Friday/Saturday and there is a 2 PM Saturday. 
    Come support the Brothers On Stage!
  • Tech News: Backpack Care

    Please do not leave your backpacks in the car for extend periods of time.  Never leave your backpack in the car overnight. Leaving your backpack in the car for an extended period of time makes you a target for theft and it causes damage to your laptop.  
  • The school handbook outlines appropriate outerwear for the school uniform:

    “Students may wear a blazer or any non-hooded CBHS outerwear purchased in the Wave Shop or the online store over their dress shirt and tie. Examples of appropriate outerwear include a blazer, CBHS letter jackets, or CBHS school sweaters.”
  • Monday Mission Collection

    The next Mission Collection will be our second one for The Mid South Food Bank.  
    Please donate and be thankful.  
  • HOBY - Leadership Opportunity for Sophomores 

    HOBY’s flagship program, the State Leadership Seminar, empowers high school sophomores to develop their leadership talents to become the leaders of their community. The seminar curriculum is based on the Social Change Model of Leadership and develops leadership from three perspectives: Personal Leadership, Group Leadership, and Leadership for Society.
    Learn more at http://www.hobytn.org/  Applications available in the counseling office.  Deadline November 27th.
  • TN Governor’s School - Summer Opportunity for Sophomore and Juniors  (DEADLINE December 1)

    The Tennessee Governor's Schools provide eleven challenging and high-intensity programs for rising 11th and 12th grade.  Learn more and download an application at https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    A FEW OPENINGS REMAIN FOR THE DRIVER ED CLASS.  Register before the Thanksgiving holidays.  CBHS Driver Ed class will begin Tuesday, Nov. 27, through  Dec. 10.  Classes meet weekdays from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm here on CBHS campus.  You may reserve your place in class with a check for $260 now.  The balance of $260 is due at the first class meeting.  Registration forms, which include all class information, are available in the Guidance Office.  Or you may visit the driving school website www.pitnerdrivingschool.com for information and application.  This class is reserved for CBHS students and fills on a first come basis.
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