Clayton High School

  • The 24th Annual Arts Fair Filled with Fun Memories

    Nearly 400 Clayton High School students hosted Special School District (SSD) students on Thursday, April 10, for the 24th annual Arts Fair. The 250 SSD students from Litzinger School and Neuwoehner School were paired with “buddies” from CHS who guided them through the day’s arts and crafts activities. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.

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  • CHS Helps Fifth-Graders Broaden Their Perspectives at STEM Day

    Clayton High School students and teachers hosted fifth-grade students from across the School District of Clayton on Friday, April 11, for the District’s first-ever Elementary STEM Day. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.

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  • You're invited to Prom!

    Clayton High School will host its 2014 prom on Saturday, April 26, at Lumen in downtown St. Louis. Tickets are on sale now through Wednesday, April 23, with Mr. Nelke during lunch periods. Click on the headline for more information.

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  • Junior’s Photos Earn First Place, Best of Show

    Clayton High School junior Leah Shaffer earned two prestigious awards at the 2014 Olivette Photography Show. Shaffer was the recipient of a first place award in the Color Photography category and Best of Show in the student age group. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • CHS Wins Eighth Consecutive WYSE State Championship

    For the eighth year in a row, the Clayton High School Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) Team has been named the state champion in the WYSE Academic Challenge. This year’s CHS WYSE Team earned the top honor by scoring the most possible points – 500 – in the competition. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • Three English Students Win Writing Achievement Awards

    Three Clayton High School English students have earned awards in the annual Southeast Missouri State University Writing Achievement Awards. Click on the headline to read about the award-winning students.

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  • Clayton Team Soars in Team America Rocketry Challenge

    Five Clayton High School students have qualified for the finals of the 2014 Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) after successfully flying two raw eggs to an altitude of 825 feet in 49 seconds. The CHS rocket outperformed more than 600 other teams across the country to earn a spot in the top 100 teams invited to the national finals in Washington, D.C., on May 10. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • Student Photographs Selected for Time Capsule

    Seven Clayton High School students will have their photographs buried in the City of Clayton’s time capsule in celebration of the City’s centennial. The time capsule will be buried in Hanley Park on Clayton Community Day on May 3 at 11 a.m. Click the headline to learn more and view the photos.

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  • The St. Louis Post-Dispatch "A" Student Program

    For 50 years. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch "A" Student Program has rewarded students for academic excellence. Students in grades nine through 12 qualify by earning a 3.5 or higher GPA during the first semester. Each "A" student will receive one voucher to be redeemed for two tickets during the 2014 season. "A" students may see Ms. Exler in the front office to pick up their vouchers. Students should check the Cardinals website for available "A" Student dates and redemption information. To see a list of "A" Students click here.

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  • Ninth-Grade Artist Wins Prize at Young Artists’ Showcase

    The artwork of Clayton High School ninth-grader Hugo Hoffman earned one of only 16 awards in this year’s St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s Emerson Young Artists’ Showcase. Hoffman’s piece, “Untitled,” won the Joanne Stremsterfer Award and a $50 cash prize. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • CHS Students Earn Unsurpassed Results at Chemistry Olympiad

    Clayton High School students nearly swept the competition in the Advanced Division of the 2014 Chemistry Olympiad sponsored by the American Chemical Society, including the top five spots and seven of the 10 honorable mentions awarded. The top five competitors in the Advanced Division will have the opportunity to compete at the National Chemistry Olympiad in April. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • A Big Thank You! Dr. Gutchewsky Made Bail!

    Dr. Gutchewsky served time in jail on Thursday, April 3, to help raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Thanks to those of you who donated to his bail. With your help, Dr. Gutchewsky was able to raise more than $2,800 and return to CHS!

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  • CHS Students and Community Members Have A Swinging Good Time!

    The School District of Clayton welcomed nearly 130 community members, alumni and parents for its Annual Clayton Connection Jazz Band and Show Choir Swing on Sunday, March 30. Attendees enjoyed socializing and twirling around on the dance floor to CHS' famous Jazz Band and Show Choir. Click the headline to view photos.

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  • CHS Sophomore’s Band, Bella & Lily, Takes a Stand Against Violence

    Clayton High School sophomore Lily Ibur and her sister, Bella, are using the recent success of their band, Bella & Lily, to support a good cause. The sisters wanted to use their music and performances to help the communities where they perform, so they are launching a partnership with Safe Connections, a local nonprofit that provides services in violence prevention education, crisis intervention and counseling. Click on the headline to read the article.

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  • DECA Members Achieve Success at State, Qualify for Internationals

    Clayton High School DECA members brought home several awards from the Missouri DECA state competition held March 16-18 in Lake Ozark, Mo. Eleven CHS students earned medals at the competition, including six students who qualified for the International DECA competition to be held in Atlanta, Ga., in May. Click on the headline to see the list of award-winners.

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