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Croatan High School

Home of the Cougars

#1 Cougar Lane

Newport, NC 28570

252-393-7022 office                  252-393-1223 fax

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An A+ School, Celebrating a Legacy of Top Academic Performance:
Our purpose is to ensure that our students learn the skills necessary to become life-long learners who are productive members of society.

Auditorium Events

December 14, 7:00 PM

Choral and Band Holiday Concert
 
March 6, 7:00 PM
Choral MPA Concert
 
March 16-17
All County Chorus

 

April 19, 20 and 21, 7:00pm

April 22, 3:00pm

Musical
 
May 3-4, 7:00 PM
Drama Play
 
May 22, 7:00 PM
Spring Choral Concert
 
 

What's for lunch?  

In compliance with Federal Law, Carteret County Public Schools administers all education programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimination against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability. 

Today's Schedule-11/22/17

First Period: 8:00-8:35

Second Period:  8:40-9:15

Third Period: 9:20-9:55

Fourth Period:  10:00-10:38

Activity Period: 10:38-11:18

Holiday Food Drive

Nov. 13 - 22

Drop off non-perishable food in the front lobby before school

Class Ring delivery

December 5th

pickup during lunch

FFA Poinsettia Sale

Dec. 4th 5:00-7:00 pm

Dec. 5th 3:00-4:00 pm

$8.00 each

2017-18 Testing Information

Project Graduation Fundraiser Events:

Quiznos Dinner Nights:

 Dec 21st, Jan 18th, Feb 15th, March 15, April 19th

Jingle Bell Fun Run/5K:
Sat, Dec 9th

 

2017-18 - CHS Fall Headlines

Congratulations Hannah Loucks - Carteret County Superintendent's Christmas Card Contest Winner - High School Division

Congratulations Anna Desmone - Creativity Award for Carteret County Superintendent's Christmas Card Contest

Croatan wraps up the fall sports season with a 7 point lead in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup for the Coastal Eight Conference.  

Football defeated Trask in final home game 11/3

Cross Country women win title of East Regional Champions 10/28

Cross Country men take Runner-up in East Regional 10/28

Congratulations Jamie Rodriguez - Carteret News Times Athlete of the Week

Congratulations Angela Morando - 10th place in the Women's Golf State Championship 10/24

Congratulations Bryce Becker - 3rd place national ranking and 4th place finish at the Georgetown Boatbuilding Challenge

JV & Varsity Soccer beat Trask 10/2

Congratulations: The Marching Cougars competed in the Pirate Classic at Topsail on Saturday.  They competed in the 3A division:

  • Percussion - 1st
  • Guard = 1st
  • Overall Effect - 1st
  • Visual - 1st
  • Music - 1st
  • Overall in Class - 1st
  • Grand Champion 1st runner up

Congratulations to Speech & Debate competitors:

  • Joey Harbolt 5th place in Dramatic Interpretation
  • Casey Delaney 5th place in Informative Speaking
  • Josh Wagner 4th place in Informative Speaking

Volleyball wins 1st round of state playoffs 10/21

Women's Tennis doubles team Anna Desmone & Jenna D'Amico take 3rd in Regionals, qualify for state meet 10/21

Football takes win over Lejeune at Homecoming 10/20

Soccer wins over Lejeune 10/18

JV Volleyball defeats Southwest, finishing the season undefeated 21-0. 10/17

Volleyball takes win over Southwest 10/17

Cross Country men & women take Conference Championship titles. 13 runners named All Conference 10/17

Congratulations Jamie Rodriguez & Makenna DeLuca, Conference Runners of the Year

Matt Grulke and Andy Bulfer named Cross Country Coaches of the Year

Angela Morando places fourth in regional women's golf meet, qualifying for state meet.  10/16

Congratulations to the Marching Cougars - White Oak HS competition 10/14

  • Drum Major....2nd place
  • Visual Ensemble...1st place
  • Percussion....2nd place
  • General Effect....2nd place
  • Visual Performance...1st place
  • Music....2nd place
  • Overall....2nd place

JV & Varsity Volleyball defeat Trask on Senior Night 10/12

Abby Agra wins singles title for tennis conference championship 10/12

Anna Desmone & Jenna D'Amico take second in doubles for tennis conference championship 10/12

Nate Bradley, 1st place in Federation in Truck Driving competition 10/10

Austin Meadows, 4th place in Federation in Tractor competition 10/10

JV & Varsity Volleyball sweeps Lejeune 10/10

Soccer wins over East 10/9

Women's Tennis claims second in conference 10/9

Football defeated Dixon 10/6

Soccer takes win over Southwest 10/4

JV and Varsity Volleyball sweeps Pamlico 10/2

Soccer defeated Pamlico 10/2

Trent Hooley and Wyatt Fails - National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students

Congratulations: Marching Cougars! Weekend competition - 2A division:

  • Drum Major 2nd 
  • Percussion 1st
  • Color Guard 2nd 
  • General Effect 2nd

Varsity soccer beat Lejeune 9/25

Sam Blair and Seayoung Lee: National Merit Scholarship semifinalists 9/24

JV Soccer claims win over White Oak 9/22

JV football beats Southwest 9/21

JV & Varsity volleyball keep streak alive with win over Southwest 9/21
JV & Varsity volleyball both beat Northside 9/20

JV & Varsity soccer defeats Richlands 9/20

Cross Country teams victorious in conference meet at Southwest 9/19

Women's tennis claims victory over Southwest 9/19

JV volleyball gets win over Trask 9/19

Women's golf takes top spot at Taberna 9/18

JV soccer takes win over Dixon 9/18

JV & Varsity volleyball victorious over Lejeune 9/14

Women's golf takes third at Star Hill meet 9/14

JV football defeated White Oak 9/14

Women's tennis defeats Southwest 9/13

JV & Varsity volleyball take Richlands 9/12

Cross Country men and women each secure first place in conference meet 9/12

Varsity soccer beats Southwest 9/11

Women's tennis defeats Lejeune 9/11

JV volleyball - 1st place in Southside Slam 9/9

Cross Country teams place second in Pam Pack Invitational 9/9

Varsity football beat Pamlico 9/8

JV volleyball defeats Dixon 9/7

JV & Varsity soccer defeats county rival West 9/6

JV & Varsity volleyball wins over county rival East 9/5

Cross Country teams take first place in Coastal Eight meet 8/31

JV volleyball adds another win against Pender 8/31

JV soccer downs Jacksonville 8/30

JV volleyball wins over New Bern 8/30

Cross Country: Women's team takes 3rd out of 22 teams in the Fike Night Relay 8/26

JV volleyball beat Jacksonville 8/24

Cross Country men dominate in the county meet, women take second place 8/23

JV & Varsity volleyball each claim win over White Oak 8/23

JV volleyball takes third win against Swansboro 8/22

Women's tennis beat Swansboro 8/21

Women's tennis wins against White Oak 8/17

JV volleyball claims win against West 8/17

JV & Varsity volleyball open season with win over South Lenoir 8/15

JV soccer takes New Hanover 8/15

Women's tennis victorious over Northside 8/14

 

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