Eight Clayton High School students earned high marks – including one first place finish – at the 2016 TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science) Best in Nation Competition held on June 28-July 2 in Nashville, Tennessee. Click on the headline to learn more.
Clayton High School Summer Academy students enrolled in Academic Foundations combined their learning in math and science on Thursday, June 2, through a series of hands-on activities. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.
For the second consecutive school year, the students in the Family Center’s Blue and Orange Rooms on the campus of Clayton High School have partnered with the CHS Art II students for a unique learning experience for students at both levels. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.
Clayton High School junior Hannah Ryan placed as one of 55 semifinalists in the 33rd annual English-Speaking Union (ESU) National Shakespeare Competition held on May 2. Click on the headline to learn more.
Clayton High School junior Camille Respess is one of 10 finalists in the 2016 New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NECIR) High School Investigative Journalism Contest. Click on the headline to learn more.
Clayton High School Physics Teacher Rex Rice has been selected by the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) to join its Physics Master Teacher Leader Taskforce. Click on the headline to learn more.
Dr. Timothy Dilg has been appointed to serve as the School District of Clayton’s assistant superintendent of human resources. He will replace Dr. Sean Doherty, who was appointed as the District’s next superintendent. Click on the headline to learn more.
Clayton High School senior Omkar Venkatesh has been named one of Missouri’s nine semifinalists in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars program. A presidential executive order in 1964 established the program to recognize the nation's most distinguished graduating seniors. Click on the headline to learn more.
Clayton High School students enrolled in Social Studies Teacher Debra Wiens’ Advanced Placement American Government class spent the day in Jefferson City on May 12 as the culminating learning experience of their semester-long civic action project. They focused their discussion with State legislators on how to address the growing crisis involving heroin and the illegal use of prescription opioids. Click on the headline to learn more.
The Clayton High School Drama Department is the recipient of 11 Cappies Awards for the 2015-2016 school year. The St. Louis Cappies is the local chapter of the international Cappies organization, through which high school theatre and journalism students are trained as critics, attend shows at other schools, write reviews and publish those reviews in local newspapers. Click on the headline to learn more.
Eleven Clayton High School students earned high marks when they competed alongside their peers from across the St. Louis metropolitan area this spring for the chance to take the American Chemical Society’s National Chemistry Olympiad Exam. Click on the headline to learn more.
Good morning CHS! Here are the morning announcements for Monday, May 16th. Today is a B Day.
Today is the last broadcast from GNN, so pay close attention to the announcements as there won’t be any reminders tomorrow!
Tuesday through Thursday this week, CHS will be using a block schedule. These schedules can be found around the school. Remember that during the time in between the first and second lunch shifts, the Commons will be a “quiet study zone” and students are welcome to come by for quiet study and last minute finals prep!
Don’t forget that St. Louis Pet Adoption Center and a handful of teachers will have dogs and cats on the quad today during all lunch periods! Come play with a few animals to relieve some stress and give our visitors a fun day!
If you are taking IS-Personal Finance this summer with Mrs Compton, there will be a mandatory meeting at 7:45 am on THURSDAY in room 42. Questions see Mrs Compton!
SENIORS - this is your LAST REMINDER. Don’t forget to PAY ANY BOOK FINES, SETTLE YOUR CHARTWELLS BALANCE, SERVE DETENTIONS, AND TURN IN LIBRARY BOOKS. You graduate on FRIDAY!
Yearbooks will be distributed on Thursday, May 19 beginning at 2:30. Books will be available at the Stuber concession stand. Please check the lists posted in the commons and by the counseling office to make sure your name is on the list. If you think you purchased a book and it is not on the list, see Dr. Pieper in room 41 on Tuesday.
Congratulations to the Boys Track & Field team for their fourth place finish at the Class 4 District 3 Meet at Ladue on Saturday. Qualifying for the Sectional Meet next Saturday in Mexico are Senior Anthony Cameron and Junior James Hutchinson in the Long Jump. The 4X8 team of Freshman Isaiah Hayward, Freshman Andrew Wang, Sophomore Alex Szabo, and Freshman Andrew Withrow. 1st Place Finisher Junior James Hutchinson in the 110 meter hurdles. The 4X2 team of Senior Terry Henderson, Senior Tyler Melvin, Freshman Justin White, and Senior Brandon Ford. Junior James Hutchinson in the 300 meter hurdles. And 1st Place Finisher Junior Tom Cormier in the 3200 meters. Congrats to Coach Crowe and all of the runners. Good luck to all the competitors Saturday.
Here is today’s athletic schedule:
And Happy birthday today to:
And Ayrka Martin