Cherokee High School
Go Chiefs!
  • IMPORTANT DATES
    • May 7 Council Meeting - VERY IMPORTANT for Seniors to complete final paperwork.  See Canvas for details.  If absent, see Mrs. Lee in guidance on 5/10
    • AP Testing: May 3-May 14
    • Statewide Dual Credit Testing: May 10
    • Military Ball: May 7
    • Underclass Awards: May 13 (live-streamed)
    • College Signing Day: May 14 (wear college, military, or employment gear)
    • Senior Class Awards: May 14 - all seniors are invited and may bring 4 guests eac.  Seniors will receive graduation regalia and awards during this ceremony
    • Yearbook Distribution: May 17
    • 4th & 6th period Semester Exams: May 18
    • Graduation Ticket Distribution: May 18, 11:00-1:30 at front office.  See Mrs. Henard or Mrs. Sands
    • 1st, 2nd, & 3rd period Semester Exams: May 19
    • Senior Breakfast & Graduation Practice: May 20 - DON'T FORGET TO BRING CAP AND GOWN
    • Senior Chromebook Return - Last names M-Z @ CTE building, May 20 after graduation practice
    • Graduation: May 21, 8pm.  Graduates should report at 6:30
  • TESTING BELL SCHEDULE on 5/10
  • PROM - May 15, 8pm-midnight @ Town Square
  • 2021-2022 Digital Media Class Application
  • Class of 2021 TN Promise Mandatory Meeting
    • now available in tnAchieves CONNECT!
      • Discusses scholarship info, requirements, deadlines, financial aid, enrollment, etc.
    • you MUST watch the 40-minute webinar in its entirety and answer the follow-up questions by 05-31-21 to remain eligible for TN Promise
    • can be viewed from any device
2021-2022 sports physical form
CHS supplies from Jostens
Prom Ticket Info
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Welcome to Cherokee High School! 

Hawkins County Schools' graduates are prepared for college and career to enable them to become productive citizens and successful members of the workforce.  Hawkins County Schools recognizes that when families are engaged in their children's education, the students achieve higher grades, have better attendance and behavior, complete more homework and demonstrate a more positive attitude toward school. We believe that building meaningful and authentic partnerships with our families and communities is the best way to ensure our students' success in school, careers and life.