7/12 Summer Chargers Connect

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Dates to Note:

August 5:  Fall Athletics Tryouts Begin 

August 6, 7, 8: Charge Ahead - Rising 9th Graders (details below)

August 15:  Class of 2028 and New Student Orientation, 8-11 AM

Charging In Open House 4:30-6 PM, Students 9-12 and Families

Back to School Night! 6-7:30 PM, Parents and Caregivers

August 19: First Day of School!

Summer Office Hours: 9 AM -1 PM Daily

Please call for Registration Appointments

Chargers are you re-CHARGEd and ready for the 24-25 school year?

We hope you have been enjoying the time summer offers to re-CHARGE and are starting to get excited for the 24-25 school year. Our staff is busy preparing to welcome all of our Chargers to school and we want to be sure you are in the know about all of our return to school events.

Charge Ahead - August 6, 7, 8: - Rising 9th Graders (details below)

These optional sessions are for our newest Chargers, the members of the class of 2028. School staff and student leaders will share important information to help students get acclimated to Chantilly and high school life during these half-day sessions. Please see the registration information below.

New Student Orientation, 8-11:30 AM - August 15: 

Class of 2028 (9th grade) and students new to Chantilly will enjoy high energy and engaging presentations that introduce them to our Charger spirit and help them orient themselves to the building and schedules.  All students will meet their teachers and walk through their A and B day schedules so that they are ready to Lead the CHARGE on the first day of school!  Bus transportation from feeder schools will be provided. More information specific to this event will be sent directly to families as the day approaches.

Charging In Open House 4:30-6 PM - August 15: 

ALL Chantilly Students and their families are invited to our community Open House. Come and meet and greet teachers in classrooms, visit with our PTSA and Booster organizations, buy spirit wear, and enjoy dinner from food trucks. Charging In is a self-guided, informal event intended to welcome our Charger community to the 24-25 school year. Shuttle buses will be available from Rocky Run MS and Franklin MS.  Carpool, walk, or take a shuttle! Parking will be limited.

NEW!!! Back to School Night! 6-7:30 PM - August 15

New this school year, Chantilly is hosting Back to School Night for parents and caregivers immediately following our community open house. Parents and caregivers will have the opportunity to experience their students' schedules, meet teachers, and hear important school and course information to support their students' success.

What if I am not in town on August 15 and want to access Back to School Night resources and information?

Dr. Goodloe, Principal, and Ms. Parmentier, Director of Student Services, will host a virtual session for families on September 4 to recap the opening of school information and share online resources for families to learn more about curriculum through posted teacher Schoology pages and videos. 

We hope the varied offerings allow our students and families to attend the events and formats that works best for you!  We can't wait to see you at Chantilly!

Charger Headlines Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Rising 9th Grade Students are encouraged to register for a Charge Ahead session during the week of August 6-8th. The interactive, half-day sessions are intended to provide a head start to freshman orientation activities. See more details below. Contact Rich Sarhanis, Charge Ahead Coordinator, with questions: [email protected]

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com 

Cash or checks accepted in the main office.

 

The Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinic is hosting two clinics at the George Mason University (GMU) Fairfax Campus, providing free sports physicals, school physicals, and immunizations. These clinics are open to students who do not have health insurance.

Students interested in these services can email Mary Righi, MAPS Clinical Operations Coordinator, at [email protected] for assistance and scheduling.  An appointment will be required, and spots are limited. 

These services will be available on Friday, June 21, and Friday, July 19, at the Population Health Center at GMU, located at 4410 Patriot Circle, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Flyer in translation: Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Urdu, Arabic

Student Bus Passes Offer Free Summer Transportation

Did you know all Fairfax County middle and high school students can get a Student Bus Pass SmarTrip card to ride the Fairfax Connector and Fairfax CUE buses for free?  With the pass, fares are free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, all year. Learn more about the Student Pass. Complete the application and return it to our front office

Upcoming College Access Fairfax (CAF) Workshops (HS)

CAF is holding FAFSA/VASA Completion events for all current FCPS Seniors on the following date:

  • July 10
    • Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
    • Location: Mason District Government Center, Annandale
    • Register for this event here.

Both student and parent must each have an FSA ID prior to attending a FAFSA/VASA completion Event. It may take up to three days to get a verified FSA ID. You can obtain your FSA ID at https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch. Participants must bring their own devices/computers to the event.

For more information, you may check the College Access Fairfax website. Please send all questions to [email protected]. Please also share the word with all FCPS seniors.

Host a student from Strasbourg, France in October

The French students are returning! Make a new international friend and learn about culture; host a Student from Strasbourg, France in October. ANY CHS student is welcome to participate. https://forms.gle/yMYZNW5GRhxzUZWA6

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead: Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

7/3 Summer Chargers Connect

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Dates to Note:

July 4 - Happy Independence Day!

July 4 and 5, Schools and Offices Closed.

August 5:  Fall Athletics Tryouts Begin 

August 6, 7, 8: Charge Ahead - Rising 9th Graders (details below)

August 15:  Class of 2028 and New Student Orientation, 8-11 AM

Charging In Open House 4:30-6 PM

Back to School Night! 6-7:30 PM

August 19: First Day of School!

Summer Office Hours: 9 AM -1 PM Daily

Please call for Registration Appointments

Charger Headlines Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Rising 9th Grade Students are encouraged to register for a Charge Ahead session during the week of August 6-8th. The interactive, half-day sessions are intended to provide a head start to freshman orientation activities. See more details below. Contact Rich Sarhanis, Charge Ahead Coordinator, with questions: [email protected]

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

 

The Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinic is hosting two clinics at the George Mason University (GMU) Fairfax Campus, providing free sports physicals, school physicals, and immunizations. These clinics are open to students who do not have health insurance.

Students interested in these services can email Mary Righi, MAPS Clinical Operations Coordinator, at [email protected] for assistance and scheduling.  An appointment will be required, and spots are limited. 

These services will be available on Friday, June 21, and Friday, July 19, at the Population Health Center at GMU, located at 4410 Patriot Circle, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Flyer in translation: Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Urdu, Arabic

Student Bus Passes Offer Free Summer Transportation

Did you know all Fairfax County middle and high school students can get a Student Bus Pass SmarTrip card to ride the Fairfax Connector and Fairfax CUE buses for free?  With the pass, fares are free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, all year. Learn more about the Student Pass. Complete the application and return it to our front office

Upcoming College Access Fairfax (CAF) Workshops (HS)

CAF is holding FAFSA/VASA Completion events for all current FCPS Seniors on the following date:

  • July 10
    • Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
    • Location: Mason District Government Center, Annandale
    • Register for this event here.

Both student and parent must each have an FSA ID prior to attending a FAFSA/VASA completion Event. It may take up to three days to get a verified FSA ID. You can obtain your FSA ID at https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch. Participants must bring their own devices/computers to the event.

For more information, you may check the College Access Fairfax website. Please send all questions to [email protected]. Please also share the word with all FCPS seniors.

Host a student from Strasbourg, France in October

The French students are returning! Make a new international friend and learn about culture; host a Student from Strasbourg, France in October. ANY CHS student is welcome to participate. https://forms.gle/yMYZNW5GRhxzUZWA6

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead: Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

Summer Chargers Connect

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Dates to Note:

July 4 and 5, Schools and Offices Closed.

August 5:  Fall Athletics Tryouts Begin 

August 6, 7, 8: Charge Ahead - Rising 9th Graders (details below)

August 15:  Class of 2028 and New Student Orientation, 8-11 AM

Charging In Open House 4:30-6 PM

Back to School Night! 6-7:30 PM

August 19: First Day of School!

Summer Office Hours: 9 AM -1 PM Daily

Please call for Registration Appointments

Charger Headlines Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Rising 9th Grade Students are encouraged to register for a Charge Ahead session during the week of August 6-8th. The interactive, half-day sessions are intended to provide a head start to freshman orientation activities. See more details below. Contact Rich Sarhanis, Charge Ahead Coordinator, with questions: [email protected]

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

 

The Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinic is hosting two clinics at the George Mason University (GMU) Fairfax Campus, providing free sports physicals, school physicals, and immunizations. These clinics are open to students who do not have health insurance.

Students interested in these services can email Mary Righi, MAPS Clinical Operations Coordinator, at [email protected] for assistance and scheduling.  An appointment will be required, and spots are limited. 

These services will be available on Friday, June 21, and Friday, July 19, at the Population Health Center at GMU, located at 4410 Patriot Circle, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Flyer in translation: Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Urdu, Arabic

Student Bus Passes Offer Free Summer Transportation

Did you know all Fairfax County middle and high school students can get a Student Bus Pass SmarTrip card to ride the Fairfax Connector and Fairfax CUE buses for free?  With the pass, fares are free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, all year. Learn more about the Student Pass. Complete the application and return it to our front office

Upcoming College Access Fairfax (CAF) Workshops (HS)

CAF is holding FAFSA/VASA Completion events for all current FCPS Seniors on the following date:

  • July 10
    • Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
    • Location: Mason District Government Center, Annandale
    • Register for this event here.

Both student and parent must each have an FSA ID prior to attending a FAFSA/VASA completion Event. It may take up to three days to get a verified FSA ID. You can obtain your FSA ID at https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch. Participants must bring their own devices/computers to the event.

For more information, you may check the College Access Fairfax website. Please send all questions to [email protected]. Please also share the word with all FCPS seniors.

Host a student from Strasbourg, France in October

The French students are returning! Make a new international friend and learn about culture; host a Student from Strasbourg, France in October. ANY CHS student is welcome to participate. https://forms.gle/yMYZNW5GRhxzUZWA6

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead: Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

6/12 Chargers Connect - Last Day of School!

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Dates to Note:

June 12: Last Day of School, early dismissal at 10:10 AM

June 17: Schools and offices closed - Eid

June 19: Schools and offices closed - Juneteenth

Summer Office Hours: 9 AM -1 PM Daily

Please call for Registration Appointments

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

Happy Last Day of School Chargers. We have had a fantastic year together and now it is time to relax, reCHARGE, and read!  We will stay in touch throughout the summer with updates as we prepare for the 2024-2025 school. year.

Congratulations retirees!

We are so grateful for the service and commitment to our students the following staff members have given over the years. We wish them all the best in retirement:

Corey Bowerman (effective July 31)

Thimothy Brown 

Anne Fenton 

Theresa Giroux 

Stacey Kenkeremath 

Tim Lambert 

Jeanette Schutte 

Ken Whilby 

 

Join the Summer Reading Adventure!

Chantilly High School is building off the program for the Fairfax County Public library this summer to encourage students to keep reading. From June 12 through the rest of the summer, students can participate in Fairfax County Public Library’s Summer Reading Adventure. We are encouraging students to track the books they read, then visit their neighborhood branch to receive prizes for meeting reading goals.

To add to the fun, when school starts back up in August, students will share what they read with their English teacher. Students who participate will be entered into a drawing for bonus prizes like tickets to school events and Chantilly HS merchandise. Visit fairfaxcounty.beanstack.org for details on how to register and participate.

Keep your mind active this summer and join the adventure! More information and to register: https://research.fairfaxcounty.gov/reading-challenges/summer-reading

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charger Headlines

 

The Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinic is hosting two clinics at the George Mason University (GMU) Fairfax Campus, providing free sports physicals, school physicals, and immunizations. These clinics are open to students who do not have health insurance.

Students interested in these services can email Mary Righi, MAPS Clinical Operations Coordinator, at [email protected] for assistance and scheduling.  An appointment will be required, and spots are limited. 

These services will be available on Friday, June 21, and Friday, July 19, at the Population Health Center at GMU, located at 4410 Patriot Circle, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Flyer in translation: Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Urdu, Arabic

Online Campus Summer Registration Closing Soon!

Registration for summer classes with FCPS' Online Campus will close on Friday, June 7. Online campus courses are for students in grades 7-12. Email [email protected] or call 703-503-7781 with any questions.

Registration is also still available for the Institute for the Arts (IFTA) and Elementary-IFTA (E-IFTA) arts camps, and Credit Recovery Academy.

Leaving FCPS? Backup Google Drive!

If you are preparing to graduate or leave FCPS for any reason, it’s important to know that your Google Workspace account will be automatically deactivated once you are no longer actively enrolled in FCPS. This process happens during the summer, shortly after the end of the school year.  Once your account is deactivated, you will no longer be able to login to your FCPS Google Drive or access your FCPS Gmail. 

If you will no longer be an FCPS student after this school year, download or export any files you wish to keep before June 12th, 2024. The download process of files can take several days, so please make sure to give yourself plenty of time.

This year students have the option to use Google Takeout to export their files. Visit Google’s directions here: How to download your Google data using Takeout. It’s important to know that you will only be able to export files for which you are the owner. 

If you’d prefer to manually select files from your Drive to download, follow the Downloading Your Data instructions on the Google Workspace Information for Students and Parents page of the FCPS website

🥗 Don’t Forget to Check Your Student’s Lunch Balance! 

It’s a busy time of year, and we know there are many priorities on families’ plates. As we approach the end of the school year, it is important to remember to check your students’ MySchoolBucks account and pay any remaining school meal balance. 

Families that earn less than 185% of poverty level qualify for free and reduced-price meals. However, an application must be completed and submitted each school year to receive that benefit. The application for the 2024-25 school year will be available this summer. 

If families have a current balance and think they may be eligible for free and reduced-price meals, please fill out the FRM application for the 2022-23 school year. Get more information about free and reduced-price lunch.

NOVA Early Online College Fall 2024 Semester Registration

NOVA Early Online College (EOC) allows rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take up to two tuition-free college courses. EOC courses for the fall semester take place Monday, September 23, through Tuesday, December 17, 2024. Students should register by Friday, July 26, at 5 p.m.

Courses are asynchronous, online, and for college credit only. Thirteen courses are offered along with courses that fulfill the IT Technical Support Career Studies Certificate. EOC courses meet the requirements for most of NOVA’s associate degrees as well as being highly transferable as general education requirements for most colleges and universities.

Student Bus Passes Offer Free Summer Transportation

Did you know all Fairfax County middle and high school students can get a Student Bus Pass SmarTrip card to ride the Fairfax Connector and Fairfax CUE buses for free?  With the pass, fares are free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, all year. Learn more about the Student Pass. Complete the application and return it to our front office. 

📝 Student Testing Results Coming Soon

Later this month, you will begin receiving your child’s spring assessment results. If you aren’t sure what assessments your child took this year, view this list of tests by grade level on FCPS’ website. 

How the results are delivered depends on the test. Scores will be posted in SIS ParentVUE, or sent by mail or from the school or testing organization. Learn what to expect regarding assessment reporting practices and timelines

Visit FCPS’ website for additional information about student assessments, including what each assessment is testing for and how to interpret the test results. Caregivers should contact their children’s teacher with any testing questions.

FCPS Student Representative to an Advisory Committee (HS)

The FCPS Student Representative to an Advisory Committee is currently looking for high school students to join their committee.  To be considered for an interview, students should complete the advisory applications by June 30th. Feel free to write as much or as little as it takes to express your ideas! For more information on the committees and their  responsibilities, students can  visit this document. For any questions, please email [email protected] and [email protected].

Upcoming College Access Fairfax (CAF) Workshops (HS)

CAF is holding FAFSA/VASA Completion events for all current FCPS Seniors on the following dates:

  • June 15
    • Time: 10:00am – 1:30pm
    • Location: Fairfax High School
    • Register for this completion event here: (En Espanol)
  • June 25
    • Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
    • Location: Apple Federal Credit Union, Fairfax Corner
    • Register for this completion event here
  • July 10
    • Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
    • Location: Mason District Government Center, Annandale
    • Register for this event here.

 

Both student and parent must each have an FSA ID prior to attending a FAFSA/VASA completion Event. It may take up to three days to get a verified FSA ID. You can obtain your FSA ID at https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch. Participants must bring their own devices/computers to the event.

For more information, you may check the College Access Fairfax website. Please send all questions to [email protected]. Please also share the word with all FCPS seniors.

Host a student from Strasbourg, France in October

The French students are returning! Make a new international friend and learn about culture; host a Student from Strasbourg, France in October. ANY CHS student is welcome to participate. https://forms.gle/yMYZNW5GRhxzUZWA6

Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

Recognitions

Congratulations to our Chantilly Photo students Ayaan Dev and Sydney Erickson, for making it to the top 10 finalists of Mid Atlantic Photo Visions! Their photos are now in the running for the Grand prize Winner (which will be announced in the Fall).

Junior Sam Wolff was awarded the CAPPIE for Best Male Dancer in a Musical! Congratulations!

Congratulations to Angie Rollet, who was named the Mount Vernon History Teacher of the Year.  Click here for more information.

Congratulations to Sadhana Rampersad and Shuntina Taylor who have been recognized as employees who show that FCPS CARES.

This information is posted on the FCPS CARES webpage, accessible at https://www.fcps.edu/news/fcps-cares-june-2024.

Institute for the Arts

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

June:

  • LGBTQIA+ Pride Month
  • Caribbean American Heritage Month
Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School, dismissal at 10:10 AM

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead Quick Links

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Chantilly DSA Announcement

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Welcome Brendan Shapiro New Director of Student Activities

Dear Chantilly Community,

We are excited to announce that Mr. Brendan Shapiro has been named the new Director of Student Activities for Chantilly High School effective August 1, 2024.

A proud graduate of FCPS (Langley High School, ’94), Mr. Shapiro has worked for nine years in Fairfax County Public Schools as a teacher, coach, sponsor, and Assistant Director of Student Activities (ADSA). Brendan most recently served as the ADSA at Fairfax HS where he oversaw clubs, graduation, athlete eligibility, and directed multiple tournaments including district and region championships, while also supervising the Student Government Association and teaching leadership courses. A career switcher who founded Potomac River Running and PR Training programs, and taught Health at PE at Chantilly feeder, Franklin Middle School, Mr. Shapiro is well suited to join the Charger community as the DSA.

Mr. Shapiro highly values strong relationships and collaboration with all stakeholders to create a shared vision for student activities. His leadership is founded in the belief that activities provide every student a place to have fun, grow, and most importantly, belong in a school community. Mr. Shapiro is enthusiastic about joining the Charger community and connecting with our students, families, staff, and coaches. We look forward to welcoming Brendan Shapiro to the Chantilly team this summer.  Congratulations!

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Brendan Shapiro

Director of Student Activities

Quick Links:

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6/7 Chargers Connect

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Dates to Note:

June 6-11: Underclass Exams, Early Dismissal at 11:50 AM

June 7:  Graduation, Eagle Bank Arena, 9:30 AM

No school for grades 9-12, offices closed

June 12: Last Day of School, early dismissal at 10:10 AM

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

Congratulations to our Chantilly Class of 2024!  Today we are celebrating 738 graduating Chargers. Thank you to all of our staff, families, and community members for your support and partnership to ensure our students achieved this outstanding accomplishment. I look forward to following how each of our graduates Leads the CHARGE well into the future.  

Join the Summer Reading Adventure!

Chantilly High School is building off the program for the Fairfax County Public library this summer to encourage students to keep reading. From June 12 through the rest of the summer, students can participate in Fairfax County Public Library’s Summer Reading Adventure. We are encouraging students to track the books they read, then visit their neighborhood branch to receive prizes for meeting reading goals.

To add to the fun, when school starts back up in August, students will share what they read with their English teacher. Students who participate will be entered into a drawing for bonus prizes like tickets to school events and Chantilly HS merchandise. Visit fairfaxcounty.beanstack.org for details on how to register and participate.

Keep your mind active this summer and join the adventure! More information and to register: https://research.fairfaxcounty.gov/reading-challenges/summer-reading

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charger Headlines

 

The Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinic is hosting two clinics at the George Mason University (GMU) Fairfax Campus, providing free sports physicals, school physicals, and immunizations. These clinics are open to students who do not have health insurance.

Students interested in these services can email Mary Righi, MAPS Clinical Operations Coordinator, at [email protected] for assistance and scheduling.  An appointment will be required, and spots are limited. 

These services will be available on Friday, June 21, and Friday, July 19, at the Population Health Center at GMU, located at 4410 Patriot Circle, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Flyer in translation: Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Urdu, Arabic

Online Campus Summer Registration Closing Soon!

Registration for summer classes with FCPS' Online Campus will close on Friday, June 7. Online campus courses are for students in grades 7-12. Email [email protected] or call 703-503-7781 with any questions.

Registration is also still available for the Institute for the Arts (IFTA) and Elementary-IFTA (E-IFTA) arts camps, and Credit Recovery Academy.

Leaving FCPS? Backup Google Drive!

If you are preparing to graduate or leave FCPS for any reason, it’s important to know that your Google Workspace account will be automatically deactivated once you are no longer actively enrolled in FCPS. This process happens during the summer, shortly after the end of the school year.  Once your account is deactivated, you will no longer be able to login to your FCPS Google Drive or access your FCPS Gmail. 

If you will no longer be an FCPS student after this school year, download or export any files you wish to keep before June 12th, 2024. The download process of files can take several days, so please make sure to give yourself plenty of time.

This year students have the option to use Google Takeout to export their files. Visit Google’s directions here: How to download your Google data using Takeout. It’s important to know that you will only be able to export files for which you are the owner. 

If you’d prefer to manually select files from your Drive to download, follow the Downloading Your Data instructions on the Google Workspace Information for Students and Parents page of the FCPS website

🥗 Don’t Forget to Check Your Student’s Lunch Balance! 

It’s a busy time of year, and we know there are many priorities on families’ plates. As we approach the end of the school year, it is important to remember to check your students’ MySchoolBucks account and pay any remaining school meal balance. 

Families that earn less than 185% of poverty level qualify for free and reduced-price meals. However, an application must be completed and submitted each school year to receive that benefit. The application for the 2024-25 school year will be available this summer. 

If families have a current balance and think they may be eligible for free and reduced-price meals, please fill out the FRM application for the 2022-23 school year. Get more information about free and reduced-price lunch.

NOVA Early Online College Fall 2024 Semester Registration

NOVA Early Online College (EOC) allows rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take up to two tuition-free college courses. EOC courses for the fall semester take place Monday, September 23, through Tuesday, December 17, 2024. Students should register by Friday, July 26, at 5 p.m.

Courses are asynchronous, online, and for college credit only. Thirteen courses are offered along with courses that fulfill the IT Technical Support Career Studies Certificate. EOC courses meet the requirements for most of NOVA’s associate degrees as well as being highly transferable as general education requirements for most colleges and universities.

Student Bus Passes Offer Free Summer Transportation

Did you know all Fairfax County middle and high school students can get a Student Bus Pass SmarTrip card to ride the Fairfax Connector and Fairfax CUE buses for free?  With the pass, fares are free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, all year. Learn more about the Student Pass. Complete the application and return it to our front office. 

📝 Student Testing Results Coming Soon

Later this month, you will begin receiving your child’s spring assessment results. If you aren’t sure what assessments your child took this year, view this list of tests by grade level on FCPS’ website. 

How the results are delivered depends on the test. Scores will be posted in SIS ParentVUE, or sent by mail or from the school or testing organization. Learn what to expect regarding assessment reporting practices and timelines

Visit FCPS’ website for additional information about student assessments, including what each assessment is testing for and how to interpret the test results. Caregivers should contact their children’s teacher with any testing questions.

FCPS Student Representative to an Advisory Committee (HS)

The FCPS Student Representative to an Advisory Committee is currently looking for high school students to join their committee.  To be considered for an interview, students should complete the advisory applications by June 30th. Feel free to write as much or as little as it takes to express your ideas! For more information on the committees and their  responsibilities, students can  visit this document. For any questions, please email [email protected] and [email protected].

Upcoming College Access Fairfax (CAF) Workshops (HS)

CAF is holding FAFSA/VASA Completion events for all current FCPS Seniors on the following dates:

  • June 15
    • Time: 10:00am – 1:30pm
    • Location: Fairfax High School
    • Register for this completion event here: (En Espanol)
  • June 25
    • Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
    • Location: Apple Federal Credit Union, Fairfax Corner
    • Register for this completion event here
  • July 10
    • Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
    • Location: Mason District Government Center, Annandale
    • Register for this event here.

 

Both student and parent must each have an FSA ID prior to attending a FAFSA/VASA completion Event. It may take up to three days to get a verified FSA ID. You can obtain your FSA ID at https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch. Participants must bring their own devices/computers to the event.

For more information, you may check the College Access Fairfax website. Please send all questions to [email protected]. Please also share the word with all FCPS seniors.

Host a student from Strasbourg, France in October

The French students are returning! Make a new international friend and learn about culture; host a Student from Strasbourg, France in October. ANY CHS student is welcome to participate. https://forms.gle/yMYZNW5GRhxzUZWA6

Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Recognitions

Congratulations to Sadhana Rampersad and Shuntina Taylor who have been recognized as employees who show that FCPS CARES.

This information is posted on the FCPS CARES webpage, accessible at https://www.fcps.edu/news/fcps-cares-june-2024.

Institute for the Arts

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

June:

  • LGBTQIA+ Pride Month
  • Caribbean American Heritage Month
Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School, dismissal at 10:10 AM

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead Quick Links

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Exciting News, Chantilly Community!

Our amazing Chantilly High School seniors are gearing up for an unforgettable All Night Grad Party on June 7, 2024! 🎓✨ To make this night truly magical, we're reaching out to our incredible community for support. We’ve created an Amazon wish list with items that will help create an epic celebration for our graduates. 🎁➡️ https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1Z2YWEPRE1759?ref_=wl_share Whether it’s snacks, or party supplies, your contribution will make a huge difference! Let's come together to give our seniors a night they'll always remember. Thank you for your generosity and support! 🙌💜🎓✨ Please share on your neighborhood pages!! #ChantillyHS #AllNightGradParty #CommunitySupport #ClassOf2024

Quick Links:

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Dates to Note:

May 31: Chantilly Culture Night 6-9:30 PM

June 3:  Last Day of Senior Exams

June 6:  Graduation Rehearsal, Senior Breakfast and Grad Walks

June 6-11: Underclass Exams, Early Dismissal at 11:50 AM

June 7: Graduation, 9:30 AM, Eagle Bank Arena

No school for grades 9-12, offices closed

June 12: Last Day of School, early dismissal at 10:10 AM

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

We have had a great week at Chantilly and are looking forward to a joyful and vibrant Cultural Night this evening from 6-9:30. Your are invited to connect with our students and families for a night of food, demonstrations and performances showcasing the rich diversity of cultures represented in our Chantilly community.

We have enjoyed celebrating the accomplishments of our students this week during athletics end of season banquets, academic awards for grades 9-11, Secondary Transition to Employment (STEP) graduation, and wrapping up senior exams. The count down is on as we are just one week away from graduation for our class of 2024!

Principal's Coffee - Rescheduled for June 5, 7:30 AM

The end of year principal's coffee has been rescheduled for June 5. I hope to connect with many of our Charger parents and caregivers at this informal event to talk and share updates and feedback.

ANGP Donations Needed! Let's all help celebrate the class of 2024 in style! 📣 🌟🎉 Exciting News, Chantilly Community! 🎉🌟 Our amazing Chantilly High School seniors are gearing up for an unforgettable All Night Grad Party on June 7, 2024! 🎓✨ To make this night truly magical, we're reaching out to our incredible community for support. We’ve created an Amazon wish list with items that will help create an epic celebration for our graduates. 🎁➡️ https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1Z2YWEPRE1759?ref_=wl_share Whether it’s snacks, or party supplies, your contribution will make a huge difference! Let's come together to give our seniors a night they'll always remember. Thank you for your generosity and support! 🙌💜🎓✨ Please share on your neighborhood pages!! #ChantillyHS #AllNightGradParty #CommunitySupport #ClassOf2024

We Believe...

As we look ahead to Chantilly - Beyond 50 Years, we are looking for input on the key beliefs of all our stakeholders to guide our vision for the future and to develop our collective commitments.  Please take a moment to share your essential beliefs about our learning community and what we want to become here.

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

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Online Campus Summer Registration Closing Soon!

Registration for summer classes with FCPS' Online Campus will close on Friday, June 7. Online campus courses are for students in grades 7-12. Email [email protected] or call 703-503-7781 with any questions.

Registration is also still available for the Institute for the Arts (IFTA) and Elementary-IFTA (E-IFTA) arts camps, and Credit Recovery Academy.

Leaving FCPS? Backup Google Drive!

If you are preparing to graduate or leave FCPS for any reason, it’s important to know that your Google Workspace account will be automatically deactivated once you are no longer actively enrolled in FCPS. This process happens during the summer, shortly after the end of the school year.  Once your account is deactivated, you will no longer be able to login to your FCPS Google Drive or access your FCPS Gmail. 

If you will no longer be an FCPS student after this school year, download or export any files you wish to keep before June 12th, 2024. The download process of files can take several days, so please make sure to give yourself plenty of time.

This year students have the option to use Google Takeout to export their files. Visit Google’s directions here: How to download your Google data using Takeout. It’s important to know that you will only be able to export files for which you are the owner. 

If you’d prefer to manually select files from your Drive to download, follow the Downloading Your Data instructions on the Google Workspace Information for Students and Parents page of the FCPS website

🥗 Don’t Forget to Check Your Student’s Lunch Balance! 

It’s a busy time of year, and we know there are many priorities on families’ plates. As we approach the end of the school year, it is important to remember to check your students’ MySchoolBucks account and pay any remaining school meal balance. 

Families that earn less than 185% of poverty level qualify for free and reduced-price meals. However, an application must be completed and submitted each school year to receive that benefit. The application for the 2024-25 school year will be available this summer. 

If families have a current balance and think they may be eligible for free and reduced-price meals, please fill out the FRM application for the 2022-23 school year. Get more information about free and reduced-price lunch.

NOVA Early Online College Fall 2024 Semester Registration

NOVA Early Online College (EOC) allows rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take up to two tuition-free college courses. EOC courses for the fall semester take place Monday, September 23, through Tuesday, December 17, 2024. Students should register by Friday, July 26, at 5 p.m.

Courses are asynchronous, online, and for college credit only. Thirteen courses are offered along with courses that fulfill the IT Technical Support Career Studies Certificate. EOC courses meet the requirements for most of NOVA’s associate degrees as well as being highly transferable as general education requirements for most colleges and universities.

Student Bus Passes Offer Free Summer Transportation

Did you know all Fairfax County middle and high school students can get a Student Bus Pass SmarTrip card to ride the Fairfax Connector and Fairfax CUE buses for free?  With the pass, fares are free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, all year. Learn more about the Student Pass. Complete the application and return it to our front office. 

📝 Student Testing Results Coming Soon

Later this month, you will begin receiving your child’s spring assessment results. If you aren’t sure what assessments your child took this year, view this list of tests by grade level on FCPS’ website. 

How the results are delivered depends on the test. Scores will be posted in SIS ParentVUE, or sent by mail or from the school or testing organization. Learn what to expect regarding assessment reporting practices and timelines

Visit FCPS’ website for additional information about student assessments, including what each assessment is testing for and how to interpret the test results. Caregivers should contact their children’s teacher with any testing questions.

Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions

Congratulations to Viraj Luthra and Joshua (Shua) Michel who won awards at  the 2024 International Science and Engineering Fair.  Click here for more information.

Congratulation to senior Frida Sagastume for being awarded the Michael Kadow Memorial Scholarship at the Hispanic Leadership Alliance Awards this week.

Chantilly High School student Rudra Dave who was awarded one of the 2024 Marocchi Memorial Scholarships at the Commonwealth's Memorial Day Ceremony on May 27 at the Virginia War Memorial in Richmond.

Check out the media coverage of our Chantilly Academy students on WTOP this week as they support one of our future Chargers in his return to school.

Institute for the Arts

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

May:

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • Jewish American Heritage Month
Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11, School offices closed.

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School, dismissal at 10:10 AM

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
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Exciting News, Chantilly Community!

Our amazing Chantilly High School seniors are gearing up for an unforgettable All Night Grad Party on June 7, 2024! 🎓✨ To make this night truly magical, we're reaching out to our incredible community for support. We’ve created an Amazon wish list with items that will help create an epic celebration for our graduates. 🎁➡️ https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1Z2YWEPRE1759?ref_=wl_share Whether it’s snacks, or party supplies, your contribution will make a huge difference! Let's come together to give our seniors a night they'll always remember. Thank you for your generosity and support! 🙌💜🎓✨ Please share on your neighborhood pages!! #ChantillyHS #AllNightGradParty #CommunitySupport #ClassOf2024

Quick Links:

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
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Dates to Note:

May 27: Memorial Day (Holiday) Schools Closed

May 31: Chantilly Culture Night 6-9 PM

June 7: Graduation, 9:30 AM, Eagle Bank Arena

No school for grades 9-12, offices closed

June 12: Last Day of School, early dismissal at 10:10 AM

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

It has been a week full of celebrations at Chantilly HS. I feel very grateful to serve in this amazing Charger community and share in the joys of student academic achievement, performance, and competition.  Our Chargers shined this week in musical performances by our Orchestra, Band and Choir groups including student arranged, conducted, and performed pieces. We celebrated our class of 2024 academic and scholarship awards at Senior Convocation and had a lot of fun connecting with a large number of our seniors at our Senior Sunset BBQ (pictured above). Our girls soccer team represented Chantilly in the Northern Region semi-finals and Boys Track and Field were crowned Northern Region Champions this week!

We are extremely proud of how our students Lead the CHARGE through their actions. There is so much to celebrate at CHS, most notably the care, collaboration, and commitment to our community demonstrated by our students, staff, and families each and every day. I am inspired by the work of our Engineering and OT/PT students in support of a rising Charger. Read more below: 

Two classrooms studying two different disciplines come together to help an incoming Chantilly High School student return to in-person class.

A Gift for Liam: Chantilly Academy Seniors Help Student with Disabilities Return to Class

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EOY Principal's Coffee - May 31, 7:30-8:30 AM

I hope you will join me for an informal time to connect and share feedback on Friday, May 31 at 7:30 AM in our College and Career Center. Our coffees are a time to talk and get to know one another and other Charger families.  I look forward to sharing school updates, and seeking your feedback to help guide the 24-25 SY and beyond. 

We Believe...

As we look ahead to Chantilly - Beyond 50 Years, we are looking for input on the key beliefs of all our stakeholders to guide our vision for the future and to develop our collective commitments.  Please take a moment to share your essential beliefs about our learning community and what we want to become here.

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charger Headlines

Leaving FCPS? Backup Google Drive!

If you are preparing to graduate or leave FCPS for any reason, it’s important to know that your Google Workspace account will be automatically deactivated once you are no longer actively enrolled in FCPS. This process happens during the summer, shortly after the end of the school year.  Once your account is deactivated, you will no longer be able to login to your FCPS Google Drive or access your FCPS Gmail. 

If you will no longer be an FCPS student after this school year, download or export any files you wish to keep before June 12th, 2024. The download process of files can take several days, so please make sure to give yourself plenty of time.

This year students have the option to use Google Takeout to export their files. Visit Google’s directions here: How to download your Google data using Takeout. It’s important to know that you will only be able to export files for which you are the owner. 

If you’d prefer to manually select files from your Drive to download, follow the Downloading Your Data instructions on the Google Workspace Information for Students and Parents page of the FCPS website

🥗 Don’t Forget to Check Your Student’s Lunch Balance! 

It’s a busy time of year, and we know there are many priorities on families’ plates. As we approach the end of the school year, it is important to remember to check your students’ MySchoolBucks account and pay any remaining school meal balance. 

Families that earn less than 185% of poverty level qualify for free and reduced-price meals. However, an application must be completed and submitted each school year to receive that benefit. The application for the 2024-25 school year will be available this summer. 

If families have a current balance and think they may be eligible for free and reduced-price meals, please fill out the FRM application for the 2022-23 school year. Get more information about free and reduced-price lunch.

NOVA Early Online College Fall 2024 Semester Registration

NOVA Early Online College (EOC) allows rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take up to two tuition-free college courses. EOC courses for the fall semester take place Monday, September 23, through Tuesday, December 17, 2024. Students should register by Friday, July 26, at 5 p.m.

Courses are asynchronous, online, and for college credit only. Thirteen courses are offered along with courses that fulfill the IT Technical Support Career Studies Certificate. EOC courses meet the requirements for most of NOVA’s associate degrees as well as being highly transferable as general education requirements for most colleges and universities.

Student Bus Passes Offer Free Summer Transportation

Did you know all Fairfax County middle and high school students can get a Student Bus Pass SmarTrip card to ride the Fairfax Connector and Fairfax CUE buses for free?  With the pass, fares are free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, all year. Learn more about the Student Pass. Complete the application and return it to our front office. 

📝 Student Testing Results Coming Soon

Later this month, you will begin receiving your child’s spring assessment results. If you aren’t sure what assessments your child took this year, view this list of tests by grade level on FCPS’ website. 

How the results are delivered depends on the test. Scores will be posted in SIS ParentVUE, or sent by mail or from the school or testing organization. Learn what to expect regarding assessment reporting practices and timelines

Visit FCPS’ website for additional information about student assessments, including what each assessment is testing for and how to interpret the test results. Caregivers should contact their children’s teacher with any testing questions.

Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions

Congratulations to 27 FCPS students and three of our own, Leona Eunbi Kim (law), Siddhi Surawkar (medicine) and Jason Yoo (investment banking) who have been awarded National Merit Scholarships. Click to read more.

Congratulations to our Chantilly teachers who received a SEPTA Award:

  • Outstanding General Education Teacher, Secondary: Tanner DeCrapio
  • Outstanding Special Education Teacher – Secondary: Jessica Patterson

Our FBLA chapter has achieved the Silver level in the Champion Chapter Program! This remarkable accomplishment reflects their dedication and hard work. We are immensely proud of each of our students in FBLA. Their teamwork, creativity, and perseverance have made this achievement possible. Let’s continue to strive for excellence and aim even higher in the future!

Institute for the Arts

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

May:

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • Jewish American Heritage Month
Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11, School offices closed.

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School, dismissal at 10:10 AM

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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Dates to Note:

May 13-30: Assessment Window - Updated schedule below

May 22 - Class of 2024 Convocation, Senior BBQ 

May 27: Memorial Day (Holiday) Schools Closed

May 31: Chantilly Culture Night 6-9 PM

June 7: Graduation, 9:30 AM, Eagle Bank Arena

No school for grades 9-12, offices closed

June 12: Last Day of School, early dismissal

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

We have had a great week at Chantilly!  AP testing is winding down, spring athletics are competing in district and region tournaments, spring concerts are kicking off, and we are counting the days to graduation. I am looking forward to celebrating our class of 2024 on Wednesday, May 22 at our Senior BBQ. We have a great menu from 29 Diner and lots of fun activities planned. I hope to see each of our seniors next Wednesday evening at Chantilly!

Attendance

As school winds down and we move into final exam mode (see schedules above), attendance often wains. We ask that you continue to support student daily attendance and engagement in class activities. Chantilly staff is working hard to ensure all students have the opportunities to complete work and assessments prior to final grade posting.  Attendance matters - every day!

EOY Principal's Coffee - May 31, 7:30-8:30 AM

I hope you will join me for an informal time to connect and share feedback on Friday, May 31 at 7:30 AM.  Our coffees are a time to talk and get to know one another and other Charger families.  I look forward to sharing school updates, and seeking your feedback to help guide the 24-25 SY and beyond. 

We Believe...

As we look ahead to Chantilly - Beyond 50 Years, we are looking for input on the key beliefs of all our stakeholders to guide our vision for the future and to develop our collective committments.  Please take a moment to share your essential beliefs about our learning community and what we want to become here.

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions.I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

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Leaving FCPS? Backup Google Drive!

If you are preparing to graduate or leave FCPS for any reason, it’s important to know that your Google Workspace account will be automatically deactivated once you are no longer actively enrolled in FCPS. This process happens during the summer, shortly after the end of the school year.  Once your account is deactivated, you will no longer be able to login to your FCPS Google Drive or access your FCPS Gmail. 

If you will no longer be an FCPS student after this school year, download or export any files you wish to keep before June 12th, 2024. The download process of files can take several days, so please make sure to give yourself plenty of time.

This year students have the option to use Google Takeout to export their files. Visit Google’s directions here: How to download your Google data using Takeout. It’s important to know that you will only be able to export files for which you are the owner. 

If you’d prefer to manually select files from your Drive to download, follow the Downloading Your Data instructions on the Google Workspace Information for Students and Parentspage of the FCPS website

 

NOVA Early Online College is back for the Fall 2024 Semester! A flyer is attached here and linked below for your convenience to share with students, parents, and to post around your school.

NOVA Early Online College (EOC) allows current high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take up to 2 tuition free college courses.

Courses are asynchronous, online, and for college credit only. 13 different courses are offered along with courses that fulfill the IT Technical Support Career Studies Certificate. EOC courses are selected because they meet the requirements for most of NOVA’s Associate degrees as well as being highly transferable as general education requirements for most colleges and universities. Students must meet eligibility requirements (GPA or available test scores) to take EOC courses.

Important Dates:

 

Registration Deadline

Friday, July 26, 2024 at 5pm

Classes Begin

Monday, September 23, 2024

Classes End

Tuesday, December 17, 2024

 

NOVA is hosting a virtual information session for Fall 2024 Early Online College –

 Date: Tuesday, May 21

Time: 6pm-7pm

Where: Zoom

Zoom Registration Link: https://bit.ly/4bv6UVZ

 

NOVA Site - Early Online College Information

FCPS Site - Early Online College Information

Flyer

  Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions

Congratulations to Emily Phelan and Alexa Scott who have been recognized as employees who show that FCPS CARES.

This information is posted on the FCPS CARES webpage, accessible at https://www.fcps.edu/news/fcps-cares-may-2024.

Congratulations to our Chantilly Drama Department on their CAPPIES nominations for Anything Goes:

Mary Clare Pelczynski and Sam Wolff (Choreography)

Sam Wolff (Featured Dancer in a Male Role)

Grace Drost (Featured Performer in a Female Role)

David Garcia (Supporting Performer in a Male Role)

The CAPPIES Gala will be on Monday, June 10 in the Opera House at The Kennedy Center at 7pm and winnners will be announced.

Congratulations to 25 FCPS students and two of our own, Siddhi Surawkar (medicine) and Jason Yoo (investment banking) who have been awarded National Merit Scholarships. Read more 

 

Institute for the Arts

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

May:

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • Jewish American Heritage Month
Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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Dates to Note:

May 13-30: Assessment Window - schedule below

May 22 - Class of 2024 Convocation, Senior BBQ 

May 27: Memorial Day (Holiday) Schools Closed

May 31: Chantilly Culture Night 6-9 PM

June 7: Graduation, 9:30 AM, Eagle Bank Arena

June 12: Last Day of School, Early Dismissal

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

Staff Appreciation Week - Thank you Chantilly Staff!!!

This week at Chantilly, we have been celebrating our outstanding Chantilly Staff during Appreciation Week. We are grateful to our community partners and PTSA for their generous support of meals, snacks, treats and raffle prizes to celebrate the contributions of ALL staff at Chantilly. It has been an energizing week full of recognition and gratitude. 

Attendance Updates - Attendance Matters!

Attendance matters, each and every day. Please know that EXCUSED, full day absences, count towards an individual student's Chronic Absenteeism as well as Chantilly High School's attendance and accreditation rating. It is critical that students (yes, even Seniors!) attend school each day. We ask for your assistance and support in ensuring your student attends classes and submits accurate attendance to their subschool. If you have any questions regarding attendance, please visit our website.

Celebrations and Recognitions

As the end of the 23-24 school year quickly approaches, we look forward to recognizing and celebrating our Chantilly Chargers! This week I have had the pleasure of celebrating along with teachers, coaches and families, our class of 2024 baseball, boys and girls soccer, Chantilly Academy signees for career contracts, and AVID college acceptances. Our Chargers Lead the CHARGE in so many outstanding ways. We cannot wait to recognize their contributions at upcoming concert performances, underclassman awards, convocation for seniors and graduation.  Please be sure to read the Recognitions section below for additional student accomplishments!

Safety Reminders

Please remind your students to access the crosswalks when walking and biking to Chantilly HS and to follow instructions of all security staff and our crossing guard. Drivers, we remind you to follow the approved traffic patterns and to follow all security staff directions to ensure your safety through our parking lots and to protect our students and staff.

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Please share your thoughts with me here. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

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This weekend, Chantilly HS will welcome over thirty middle school, high school, and community jazz groups from the DMV region for our annual Chantilly Invitational Jazz Festival!  The CIJF provides an opportunity for high school, professional jazz musicians, and  educators to share, learn, and compete.  Over the years, bands, combos, and jazz ensembles from Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, West Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio, and the District of Columbia have participated.  In addition to this year’s middle school and high school ensembles, we’re delighted to welcome JazzWorx and the Winchester Jazz Collective!

All performances are FREE and open to the public.  A schedule is attached and our event program can be accessed here!  If you’d like to see our Chantilly students and staff in performance, please check out the following groups:

  • Thursday – Chantilly Workshop Jazz, William Read Quartet
  • Friday – Brady Markin Quintet, JazzWorx (including our very own Christopher Riechers!)
  • Saturday – Chantilly Jazz
  Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions

Last week Chantilly DECA attended the International Career and Development Conference in Anaheim, California. Thirty-one competitors competed in individual, team, and written events. Chantilly DECA would like to congratulate the competitors.  Click here for results. 

Chantilly High School placed 5th in the VHSL Creative Writing competition. Specific writers were selected within the respective genres.  Click here for results.

CHS staff members Kat Dewett, Elaine Gonzalez, Mary Katherine Keating, Brittanye Mohrbacher, Emily Phelan and Deb Wydra are participating in an AI cohort. Click here to read about how FCPS Staff Celebrate Innovation at an Artificial Intelligence Share Fair. 

Congratulations to the following CHS staff nominees who will be recognized at the Annual SEPTA Awards Ceremony: Sue Chudovan, Tanner DeCrapio, Kristen Fennel, Elisabeth Frostick, John Glufling, Samantha Kreshover, Jessie Patterson, Sonny Romine and Nick Thayer.

Institute for the Arts

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

May:

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • Jewish American Heritage Month
Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
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Dates to Note:

May 3:  Celebrate Food Service Heroes!  

May 3:  Student Holiday, Teacher Workday, Offices closed 11:45 AM

May 4-5:  Chantilly Theater Children's Show - see ticket info. below

May 6-10: Chantilly Staff Appreciation Week

May 27: Memorial Day (Holiday) Schools Closed

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

Thank you for your support and feedback as we piloted a new SOL testing bell schedule with flexible learning time for students. We had outstanding attendance for the assessments, and were encouraged by student engagement with teachers to catch up on work, study and prepare for end of year activities. Thank you especially for your patience with attendance verification updates. Our staff is working diligently to ensure all attendance coding is updated by close of business Friday, May 3.  If you note an attendance error, please reach out to your student's subschool next week.

May 6-10:  Chantilly Staff Appreciation Week

Next week we will celebrate and recognize all Chantilly staff members for their dedication, commitment, and amazing efforts on behalf of all students. While we have planned events to recognize staff with meals, raffle prizes and spirit wear, it is often the personal, small gestures from students and families that make the biggest impact. I encourage you and your students to send an email, share a card or handwritten note, or a small sweet treat with a staff member next week to show appreciation. We are grateful for our amazing Charger community and our partnership! 

Celebrating Student Connections

We were so happy to see media coverage of the special event that our Chantilly students and staff participated in last week. Be sure to check out this feel good video about the FCPS Day Prom. Thank you to our Chantilly Academy Cosmetology students and Best Buddies for their support and friendship.  You can also read more about our Best Buddies Friendship walk below!

Day prom held for special education students in Fairfax County | wusa9.com

Safety and Security Reminders

  • Please follow all safety procedures for arrival and dismissal, including following directions of all staff and our crossing guard.
  • Students are not permitted to leave campus at any time without pre-approval by a parent/guardian for early dismissal. This includes LS/CC periods and lunch time.
  • Uber Eats/Door Dash deliveries, are prohibited. Food deliveries will be confiscated and held in the main office until after dismissal.

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Please share your thoughts with me here. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Team Chantilly at the Best Buddies Friendship Walk!

Our team raised $4,000 for Best Buddies International. Thank you to everyone who donated and supported this awesome group.

Charger Headlines: Ride Fairfax Connector for FREE!

Click here for more information on how students can access the Fairfax Connector buses. 

AVID is hosting our final Family Night of the year!

We celebrate our new AVID students and say goodbye to our graduating seniors! Please join us in the cafeteria, May 8 at 7pm.

Charger Chess Tournament  

May 25, 2024 

From 9 AM - 5 PM (approx.) 

Chantilly High School 

4201 Stringfellow Rd, 

Chantilly, VA 20151 

Registration 

$20 if pre-registered 

$25 at the door

Register HERE

Sections

K-8, K-5, K-3

Awards 

K-8: Top 3, K-5: Top 3, K-3: Top 3

Top School

  Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA: PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Staff Appreciation Week!

From May 6th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions:

Congratulations to the following students who were selected for the Summer Residential Governor's Schools. Ethan Chien, Abhiram Gaddam, Aayush Shivashankar and Samuel Wolff   Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide high school juniors and seniors with intensive educational experiences in visual and performing arts; humanities; medicine and health sciences; mathematics, science, and technology; or through mentorships in marine science, or engineering.  

Institute for the Arts:

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

May:

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • Jewish American Heritage Month
Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note:

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead: Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • PTSA Board Positions for 2024-2025
  • Thank You to our Student Volunteers
  • Staff Appreciation Week
  • All-Night Grad Party
PTSA Board Positions for 2024-2025!

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee (membership, fundraising, hospitality, scholarships, and more), please click the below link and complete the Nomination Form.

https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

Student Volunteers Keep CHS Looking CLEAN & PRISTINE!

Thank you to our fantastic students who came out after school on April 26th to help pick up trash, including cigarette butts and disposable vape cartridges, on and around the school grounds! Our community is a better place because of all of you! 

Staff Appreciation Week!

 

Staff Appreciation Week is almost here - May 6th through May 10th - and we want to recognize as many of our awesome Chantilly High School staff as we can, for their hard work and commitment to our students! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Staff Appreciation Wish List:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

Class of 2024 All-Night Grad Party

The All-Night Grad Party is June 7th, from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. on June 8th!

We will have a casino, a DJ, games, food, hourly prizes, an end-of-party grand prize drawing, and more! Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets!

To register! https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

You may also mail a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP.  Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School

ATTN: ANGP Registration 

4201 Stringfellow Road, 

Chantilly, VA 20151

 

The Month of May

Did you know? May is...

 

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Jewish American Heritage Month Mental Health Awareness Month National Celiac Awareness Month Lyme Disease Awareness Month

National Strawberry Month, and...

National Pet Month  

Calendar/Events

May 3: Teacher Workday - No School for Students

May 6 - 10: Staff Appreciation Week!

May 16: PTSA Board Meeting - '24-'25 Nominations

May 27: Memorial Day Holiday

Quick Links:

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
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Dates to Note:

April 26:  Chantilly Academy Korean Cultural Night, Centreville HS, 6:30 PM

April 29:  Chantilly Pyramid Night - Spring Athletics 4 PM (see above)

Wear Red Instead - Autism Acceptance Day!

April 29-May 2: SOL Testing - Modified Testing Schedule (see below)

May 3:  Student Holiday, Teacher Workday, Offices closed 11:45 AM

May 4-5:  Chantilly Theater Children's Show - see ticket info. below.

May 6-10: Staff Appreciation Week

May 27: Memorial Day (Holiday) School Closed

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

It has been a wonderful Wellness Week at Chantilly. Students and staff have enjoyed spirit days, friendly Rock Paper Scissors competition, lunch time games, and a school wide break to connect with peers and have some fun during our Wellness Fair. We know how important it is to focus on self-care, advocate for help, and support one another. I am grateful to our Department of Student Services for Leading the CHARGE, encouraging all Chargers to Stress Less and Laugh More, and creating structures in our school community to support mental health. 

Chantilly Pyramid Night - Spring Athletics

Boys Tennis (4:00) Varsity Baseball and Softball (6:30) Girls JV (5:45) and Varsity Soccer (7:15) are all home on Monday, April 29. All future Chargers from our feeder schools and their families are encouraged to cheer on Chantilly athletics. Students are encouraged to wear their school spirit wear or Chantilly gear.  Youth get in FREE with paying adult.

SOL Testing Information

Next week, we have schoolwide SOL testing Monday-Thursday. Please refer to the important information shared with all Chantilly families by email and Schoology and students regarding SOL Testing week at Chantilly. Students and families should reach out to school counselors and Assessment Coach, Ms. Domenech: [email protected] with questions or concerns.  The SOL week schedule is included in graphic form above.

Staff Appreciation Donations Requested

We LOVE our Chantilly Staff ! From May 6th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Please share your thoughts with me here. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charger Headlines: Ride Fairfax Connector for FREE!

Click here for more information on how students can access the Fairfax Connector buses. 

  Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA: PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Staff Appreciation Week!

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions:

Congratulations to Andrew Wax who has been recognized as an employee who shows that FCPS CARES.

This information is posted on the FCPS CARES webpage, accessible at https://www.fcps.edu/news/fcps-cares-april-2024.

 

Institute for the Arts:

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

May - Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Jewish American Heritage Month

Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note:

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead: Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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Dates to Note:

April 18-21: Spring Show - Anything Goes! See ticket information below.

April 22-26: Wellness Week!

April 26:  Chantilly Academy Korean Cultural Night, Centreville HS, 6:30 PM

April 29:   Chantilly Pyramid Night - Spring Athletics

April 29-May 2: SOL Testing - Modified Testing Schedule (see below)

May 3:  Student Holiday, Teacher Workday

May 6-10: Staff Appreciation Week

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

It has been a whirlwind week at Chantilly full of student recognitions, presentations, and performances. Our Chargers are Leading the CHARGE in all that they do. A few highlights:

  • Student Recognitions: We celebrated the Month of the Military Child this week by connecting with our military affiliated Chargers at a breakfast and Purple Up Spirit Day. We celebrated our third quarter On A Roll student awards by recognizing students who have demonstrated growth in academics, attendance, and engagement in learning. Our Media department was recognized at the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors meeting with their 10th First Amendment Press Freedom Award. And we are capping of the week with Senior Night celebrations for Boys Tennis and Boys Lacrosse this evening,with many more celebrations to come for members of the class of 2024. See more recognitions below!
  • Spotlights on Learning:  Congratulations to our STEP students who shared their career presentations and lessons learned from their job site experiences with their families and staff. Chargers are shining this week showcasing their learning in our spring main stage production, Anything Goes, as well as at the state orchestra solo and ensemble festival and sate choral performances. 
  • Connecting with Community: Thank you to Pohanka Acura for their visit Chantilly Academy to share their generous donation to our Auto Collision Program and Wrestling Team. Our Robotics team members visited with Chantilly Pyramid Principals to make connections for STEM outreach and service with our feeder schools. Please save the date for Pyramid Night for Spring Athletics on April 29. We can't wait to see our future Chargers at Chantilly! 

SOL Testing Information

Please refer to the important information shared with all Chantilly families by email and Schoology and students regarding SOL Testing week at Chantilly. Students and families should reach out to school counselors and Assessment Coach, Ms. Domenech: [email protected]

Staff Appreciation Donations Requested

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 6th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Please share your thoughts with me here. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charging Forward - for Seniors: Charger Headlines: Ride Fairfax Connector for FREE!

Click here for more information on how students can access the Fairfax Connector buses. 

  Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA: PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Staff Appreciation Week!

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions:

Congratulations to John Downes, Veronica Moldoveanu, Adam Neff and Stephanie Vu! They each have been recognized as an employee who shows that FCPS CARES.

This information is posted on the FCPS CARES webpage, accessible at https://www.fcps.edu/news/fcps-cares-april-2024.

Congratulations to the Chantilly Chargers who were winners at the VA State Science Fair held last weekend.  Click here for results.

Congratulations to the Chantilly chapter place winners of this year's FBLA State Leadership Conference competition. These individuals and teams have demonstrated their exceptional skills and knowledge in their respective categories. Click here for results.

Congratulations to the Chantilly High School journalism students who were recognized for their tenth consecutive First Amendment Press Freedom Award at the April 16 meeting of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. Click here for more information.

Chantilly students in the news.  Gautham Ramachandran and Sriram Nalini use AI to solve a real-world issue, navigating a wheelchair.  Click herefor the WTOP news interview.

Journalism students recognized by the Board of Supervisors

Chantilly High School is proud to partner with Food For Neighbors (FFN) to help feed our local students who deal with food insecurity because even in counties as wealthy as Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun at least one in four kids in our area are struggling with hunger.

Food for Neighbors is a local organization addressing this problem by collecting food from our community via the Red Bag Program and donating directly to our local schools. The food is then distributed to our students every week through our food pantry.

We hope you will consider participating in the Red Bag food collection program. You can make a difference in a local student’s life by simply adding a few extra items to your shopping cart every 2 months.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Request a reusable Red Bag here and Food For Neighbors will drop it off at your house.
  2. Fill the Red Bag with food items that are listed on a tag on that bag.
  3. Put the Red Bag outside your front door in the morning on the next bag collection day (which is Saturday, April 27th). And don’t worry, they send reminders.

Your Red Bag will be picked up from your house, the food sorted at a local school and delivered directly to the school food pantry at CHS. As an added benefit, you can get a tax deduction for the food that you donate!

With your help, even more kids can be fed. For more information on the Red Bag program click hereCheck out what items FFN collects as they are targeted to ready-made, individually packaged food items that students and teens can eat on-the-go or with little preparation.

The organization also offers volunteer opportunities including Driving to pick up filled Red Bags and Sorting the donated food during the Red Bag Day events. Visit the FFN FAQ page to find out more about and to sign up to volunteer in these 2 very important roles. This is a great way for students to receive community service hours, too.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact ; Nick Thayer [email protected] (Social Worker), Heather Ellison [email protected] (FFN Area Manager) or Karen Joseph [email protected] (FFN Executive Director)

Thanks for helping us provide food to students who need that extra support!

Institute for the Arts:

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

Innovation Lab - Donation Requests

 

Our new Student Innovation Lab Team has put together a list of supplies needed for our Innovation Lab. Donations can be dropped off in the Main Office or library. Please contact librarians Kristen Zemba ([email protected]) or Kristen Schoenberger ([email protected]) with any questions. Thank you!

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

April - Month of Military Child, Autism Awareness Month, Arab American History Month, Muslim American Heritage Month 

Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note:

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

SY 2024-2025 - Looking Ahead: Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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Dates to Note:

April 17:  Purple Up Day! Month of Military Child

April 18-21: Spring Show - Anything Goes! See ticket information below.

April 26:  Chantilly Academy Korean Cultural Night, Centreville HS, 6:30 PM

Attendance Matters! Every student, every day!

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

It is great to be a Chantilly Charger! We have had a fantastic week of learning and activity at Chantilly and are looking forward to a great weekend ahead celebrating with our Seniors at Prom at Sweeney Barn Saturday evening.  We kicked off the weekend and district play for our spring sports with a Spring Activities Pep Rally earlier today hosted by Chantilly Leadership which included an awesome dance performance by members of our Chantilly STEP team. Earlier this week, our friends and future Chargers from Brookfield Elementary School visited with our Chantilly Scholars to look ahead to high school opportunities including a tour of our Chantilly Academy. And it was a pleasure to connect with our class of 2028 from Rachel Carson MS on a visit along with Mr. Shin and Mr. Bowerman showcasing the great opportunities to get involved at Chantilly for our future students. I am energized each day by the connections our students are making with one another, and in the community. #LeadtheCHARGE

Visual and Performing Arts:

On April 5, the Chantilly community came together to celebrate the arts at the annual Chantilly Pyramid Art Show. This exciting event showcased the creative talents of students from Brookfield Elementary, Greenbriar East Elementary, Greenbriar West Elementary, Lees Corner Elementary, Poplar Tree Elementary, Franklin Middle, Rocky Run Middle and Chantilly High School. Visit here to see more!

Our Spring Main Stage performances of  the musical Anything Goes opens on Thursday, April 18. I cannot wait to see our talented Chargers performing. Tickets are going fast, especially for Friday night's Cappies performance. For tickets and additional information, visit www.chantillydrama.org

Month of Military Child Spirit Week and Purple Up!

This April, we celebrate children of our service members and veterans whose sacrifice and support allow their parents to serve our Nation and protect children everywhere. At Chantilly we are grateful for our military connections and the service of our families. Purple Up is the campaign that propels activities throughout the Month of the Military Child to honor,
acknowledge, and support Military Connected Youth in our schools and communities. A Military Connected Youth is a child or adolescent with a close family member (parent, step parent, sibling, step-sibling, cousin) or
friend serving in any branch of the United States Armed Forces and any status, Active Duty, Reserve, or National Guard. Military Connected Youth face unique challenges. These youth deserve our support as they support their family members who serve. We look forward to celebrating Purple Up Day on April 17 and encourage all in our school community to wear purple to show their support.

Staff Appreciation Donations Requested

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Please share your thoughts with me here. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charging Forward - for Seniors: Charger Headlines: 💜 Purple Up! on April 17 to Support Military Families

Join our community and turn FCPS purple on Purple Up! Day, Wednesday, April 17. Wear purple in recognition of FCPS’ 14,000 enrolled military-connected students. 

Give Your Feedback on the Budget

We are now in the middle of the annual budget process, which includes opportunities for you to give feedback:

  • Tuesday, April 16, through Thursday, April 18: The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors conducts public hearings on the county budget. Sign up to speak.  
  • Tuesday, May 7: The County Board of Supervisors adopts its budget, tax rates, and transfer amount to FCPS. 
  • Tuesday, May 14: The School Board holds a public hearing on the FCPS budget.
  • Thursday, May 23: The School Board adopts FCPS’ approved budget.

Learn more about the FCPS FY 2025 Advertised Budget and see the full Budget Development Calendar.

Ride Fairfax Connector for FREE!

Click here for more information on how students can access the Fairfax Connector buses. 

Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA: PTSA Board Members Needed for 2024-2025 

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone/yourself for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the link below to complete the form. https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

 

Senior Scholarships Due April 15th

Each year, your PTSA offers a $1,000 scholarship to three PTSA members who are CHS seniors!  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2024, at 11:59 p.m.  You can find the form here: https://chantillyhsptsa.org/Forms/pdf/SeniorEssayForm.pdf

Staff Appreciation Week!

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions:

The scores for the BioOlympiad (USABO) Open Exam are in! This is an extremely rigorous test to find students who are ready to compete at the international level. Anshul Yarlagadda, scored in the top 30% of test-takers, and is recognized as an Honorable Mention Recipient and Ashrita Moola and Sampurna Chakravorty are recipients of the Certificate of Merit!  Congratulations to these scholars on an outstanding achievement!

 

Chantilly High School is proud to partner with Food For Neighbors (FFN) to help feed our local students who deal with food insecurity because even in counties as wealthy as Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun at least one in four kids in our area are struggling with hunger.

Food for Neighbors is a local organization addressing this problem by collecting food from our community via the Red Bag Program and donating directly to our local schools. The food is then distributed to our students every week through our food pantry.

We hope you will consider participating in the Red Bag food collection program. You can make a difference in a local student’s life by simply adding a few extra items to your shopping cart every 2 months.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Request a reusable Red Bag here and Food For Neighbors will drop it off at your house.
  2. Fill the Red Bag with food items that are listed on a tag on that bag.
  3. Put the Red Bag outside your front door in the morning on the next bag collection day (which is Saturday, April 27th). And don’t worry, they send reminders.

Your Red Bag will be picked up from your house, the food sorted at a local school and delivered directly to the school food pantry at CHS. As an added benefit, you can get a tax deduction for the food that you donate!

With your help, even more kids can be fed. For more information on the Red Bag program click hereCheck out what items FFN collects as they are targeted to ready-made, individually packaged food items that students and teens can eat on-the-go or with little preparation.

The organization also offers volunteer opportunities including Driving to pick up filled Red Bags and Sorting the donated food during the Red Bag Day events. Visit the FFN FAQ page to find out more about and to sign up to volunteer in these 2 very important roles. This is a great way for students to receive community service hours, too.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact ; Nick Thayer [email protected] (Social Worker), Heather Ellison [email protected] (FFN Area Manager) or Karen Joseph [email protected] (FFN Executive Director)

Thanks for helping us provide food to students who need that extra support!

Institute for the Arts:

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

Innovation Lab - Donation Requests

 

Our new Student Innovation Lab Team has put together a list of supplies needed for our Innovation Lab. Donations can be dropped off in the Main Office or library. Please contact librarians Kristen Zemba ([email protected]) or Kristen Schoenberger ([email protected]) with any questions. Thank you!

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

April - Month of Military Child, Autism Awareness Month, Arab American History Month, Muslim American Heritage Month 

Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note:

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

Chantilly HS PTSA - 4/8/24

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • PTSA Board Positions for 2024-2025
  • Senior Scholarships Available
  • Wellness Week, Service Hours Available
  • Staff Appreciation Week
  • All Night Grad Party
  • Eco-Friendly Diaper Drive
  • Calendar/Events
PTSA Board Positions for 2024-2025!

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee, please click the below link and complete the Nomination Form.

https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

Senior Scholarships Available!

Each year, your PTSA offers three seniors a $1,000 scholarship! Our review committee evaluates submitted essays and selects three winners. The deadline for submission is April 15, 2024, at 11:59 p.m., and you can find the form here:

https://chantillyhsptsa.org/Forms/pdf/SeniorEssayForm.pdf

    Wellness Week - Service Hours Available!

Wellness Week is April 22nd - 26th, and your PTSA is hosting a community clean-up on the grounds of the school! The clean-up will take place after school on the 26th, and trash bags, gloves, snacks, and water will be provided. 

With an emphasis on our Anti-Tobacco/Vaping campaign, we aim to collect as many discarded cigarette butts and disposable e-cigarette cartridges as possible. Did you know each disposable vape device contains nicotine liquid, lithium batteries, heated metal coils, and other heavy metals such as lead and mercury, as well as non-recyclable and non-biodegradable plastics?

Students, you can earn service hours for this event!

Any student, parent, school staff member, or community member who wants to participate should click on the link below, and provide the requested information!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScQTovc4VOkfKn0eRdn3r_td9xfwA64FsNcLmk55YjZwLvhnw/viewform?usp=sf_link

Staff Appreciation Week!

 

Staff Appreciation Week is from May 4th to May 10th! Help us recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

All Night Grad Party

Your seniors won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party beginning at 11 p.m. on June 7th, and ending on June 8th at 4 a.m.! 

The cafeteria will be transformed into a casino, and a DJ will be taking requests to keep everyone moving! There will also be games, food, and prizes every hour with a grand prize drawing at the close of the party! Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets!

Register! https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

You may also mail a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP, to

Chantilly High School, 

ATTN: ANGP Registration 

4201 Stringfellow Road, 

Chantilly, VA 20151

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night! Sign up to help or contribute gift cards for food and supplies:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024?

Eco-Friendly Diaper Drive Calendar/Events

April 17: Purple Up Day! Month of Military Child

April 18 - 20: Spring Show - Anything Goes!

April 22 - 26: Wellness Week

April 26: School grounds community clean-up, 3:30 p.m. (service hours for students!)

Quick Links:

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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Dates to Note:

April 5:  Chantilly Pyramid Art Show, 6-8 PM, Food Trucks 5 PM

April 10:  School Holiday, Religious Observance Day - Eid

April 17:  Purple Up Day! Month of Military Child

April 18-20: Spring Show - Anything Goes!

Attendance Matters! Every student, every day!

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

It has been great to welcome our Chargers back to school after spring vacation and a strong start to the home stretch of the 23-24 school year. With only 9 weeks of school (and less for seniors), it is so important that our students are at school, attending class, each and every day!  Our team of administrators and counselors will be supporting students who demonstrate a high number of absences and regular late arrivals to school or classes throughout the coming weeks and we will reach out to families to keep you informed.  Thank you for your partnership! Attendance Matters. 

Principal Feedback Survey

All Chantilly HS parents/guardians were sent an email that included a link to complete the online FCPS Principal Evaluation Parent/Guardian Feedback Form. This questionnaire is part of the VDOE-mandated Performance Evaluation Program for principals and offers parents/guardians an opportunity to provide anonymous input about various topics related to our school. These topics include how the school principal demonstrates/impacts instructional leadership, school climate, management, communication and community relations, culturally responsive and equitable leadership, and professionalism within the school. ​​​​​​​Today is the last day to complete the survey. I value your feedback! 

Eclipse Safety Information for 4/8

As many of you know, a total solar eclipse will occur on Monday, April 8, and will be viewable in our area. The eclipse will begin around 2:00pm and conclude around 4:30pm.  While this is a rare and exciting event, our students’ safety must be our priority. For your reference, here are some resources shared by FCPS, including how students can safely view the solar eclipse at home, as well as eye safety information. Peak viewing time will occur after Chantilly dismissal, and we encourage students to safely view from home.

Thank you Librarians and A.P.s!

We are so grateful to our outstanding leaders in our Library, Ms. Zemba, Ms. Schoenberger, and Ms. Hackett and all of our amazing Chantilly administrators.  It has been a pleasure to celebrate National School Library Day - April 4 and National Assistant Principals' Week and recognize how each of our staff members Lead the CHARGE every day. If you would like to share a note of thanks with one of our administrators, you can do so here.

Staff Appreciation Donations Requested

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Please share your thoughts with me here. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charging Forward - for Seniors: Charger Headlines: 💜 Purple Up! on April 17 to Support Military Families

Join our community and turn FCPS purple on Purple Up! Day, Wednesday, April 17. Wear purple in recognition of FCPS’ 14,000 enrolled military-connected students. 

Ride Fairfax Connector for FREE!

Click here for more information on how students can access the Fairfax Connector buses. 

Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA: PTSA Scholarships for Seniors!

The PTSA is offering $1,000 scholarships to three eligible seniors! Our review committee will evaluate students' essays to determine the winners. The deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. on April 15th, and the essay question and requirements can be found here:  https://chantillyhsptsa.org/Forms/pdf/SeniorEssayForm.pdf

PTSA Board Positions Available for the 2024-2025 School Year

If you are interested in holding a position on the PTSA Board for next school year, would like to nominate someone for a position, or would like to volunteer on a committee (membership, fundraising, hospitality, scholarships, and more), please click the below link and complete the Nomination Form.

https://forms.gle/typdZiRSnVPcb8uh9

Staff Appreciation Week!

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign? Recognitions:

Congratulations to our Forensics Team on winning the State Championship at the State Forensics Tournament last Saturday.  Click here for results.

Congratulations to the Technology Student Association members who placed in the top 10 at our Regional competition. Students are now preparing for our State competition in May.  Click here for results.

Chantilly High School is proud to partner with Food For Neighbors (FFN) to help feed our local students who deal with food insecurity because even in counties as wealthy as Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun at least one in four kids in our area are struggling with hunger.

Food for Neighbors is a local organization addressing this problem by collecting food from our community via the Red Bag Program and donating directly to our local schools. The food is then distributed to our students every week through our food pantry.

We hope you will consider participating in the Red Bag food collection program. You can make a difference in a local student’s life by simply adding a few extra items to your shopping cart every 2 months.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Request a reusable Red Bag here and Food For Neighbors will drop it off at your house.
  2. Fill the Red Bag with food items that are listed on a tag on that bag.
  3. Put the Red Bag outside your front door in the morning on the next bag collection day (which is Saturday, April 27th). And don’t worry, they send reminders.

Your Red Bag will be picked up from your house, the food sorted at a local school and delivered directly to the school food pantry at CHS. As an added benefit, you can get a tax deduction for the food that you donate!

With your help, even more kids can be fed. For more information on the Red Bag program click hereCheck out what items FFN collects as they are targeted to ready-made, individually packaged food items that students and teens can eat on-the-go or with little preparation.

The organization also offers volunteer opportunities including Driving to pick up filled Red Bags and Sorting the donated food during the Red Bag Day events. Visit the FFN FAQ page to find out more about and to sign up to volunteer in these 2 very important roles. This is a great way for students to receive community service hours, too.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact ; Nick Thayer [email protected] (Social Worker), Heather Ellison [email protected] (FFN Area Manager) or Karen Joseph [email protected] (FFN Executive Director)

Thanks for helping us provide food to students who need that extra support!

Institute for the Arts:

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

Innovation Lab - Donation Requests

 

Our new Student Innovation Lab Team has put together a list of supplies needed for our Innovation Lab. Donations can be dropped off in the Main Office or library. Please contact librarians Kristen Zemba ([email protected]) or Kristen Schoenberger ([email protected]) with any questions. Thank you!

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

April - Month of Military Child, Autism Awareness Month, Arab American History Month, Muslim American Heritage Month 

April 10: Eid - Schools Closed

Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note:

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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Dates to Note:

March 25-29:  Spring Break, School and Offices are Closed

April 1: Student Holiday, Offices Closed

April 2:   Student Holiday, Staff Professional Development Day

April 5:  Chantilly Pyramid Art Show, 6-8 PM, Food Trucks 5 PM

April 10:  School Holiday, Religious Observance Day - Eid

April 17:  Purple Up Day! Month of Military Child

April 18-20: Spring Show - Anything Goes!

Attendance Matters! Every student, every day!

A note from Dr. Goodloe

Dear Charger Families,

Happy Spring Break! Chantilly offices are closed April 1 and will re-open on April 2. Classes resume for students on Wednesday, April 3 - A Day (1, LS/CC, 5, 7).  We look forward to welcoming all of our Chargers back to school after spring vacation.

Principal Evaluation Survey 

I value your feedback! On Monday, March 18, Chantilly HS parents/guardians were sent an email that included a link to complete the online FCPS Principal Evaluation Parent/Guardian Feedback Form. This questionnaire is part of the VDOE-mandated Performance Evaluation Program for principals and offers parents/guardians an opportunity to provide anonymous input about various topics related to our school. These topics include how the school principal demonstrates/impacts instructional leadership, school climate, management, communication and community relations, culturally responsive and equitable leadership, and professionalism within the school. ​​​​​​​The survey will be open until April 5. Please look for an email from FCPS Surveys, and take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire. Your feedback matters and will help inform our future practices.

Staff Appreciation Donations Requested

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

As always, I welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Please share with me here. I look forward to connecting with you at Chantilly very soon.

Amy Goodloe, Ed.D.

Principal, Chantilly HS

Lead the CHARGE

[email protected]

@DrGoodloe

703-222-8100

Share your observations, suggestions, questions and celebrations with me here. 

Charging Forward - for Seniors: Charger Headlines: 💜 Purple Up! on April 17 to Support Military Families

Join our community and turn FCPS purple on Purple Up! Day, Wednesday, April 17. Wear purple in recognition of FCPS’ 14,000 enrolled military-connected students. 

Charge Ahead Registration and Payment Links:

Registration link:
https://forms.gle/9eL8UB9ydgg3uyuGA
Payment via students
www.myschoolbucks.com

From PTSA: Staff Appreciation Week!

Before you know it, Staff Appreciation Week will be upon us! From May 4th through May 10th, we will recognize our awesome Chantilly High School staff for their hard work and commitment to our students! We need help from you to ensure the week is a success! Please consider purchasing an item from our Amazon Wish List so we can celebrate as many people as possible:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8S0R82ZL7OWZ?ref_=wl_share

Class of 2024 - All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

Your senior won't want to miss this year's All Night Graduation Party! June 7th 11pm - June 8th 4am.

We will have a casino in the cafeteria, a DJ taking requests to keep everyone moving, games, more food than they can eat, prizes every hour and the grand prize drawing before they leave on June 8th. Prizes range from electronics to gift cards to sporting event tickets.

Go to https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true to register and for more information.

You may send a check payable to CHS PTSA – ANGP. Checks should be mailed to the school:

Chantilly High School, ATTN: ANGP Registration 4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151

  • How would you like to have us reserve prime seating for you at Eagle Bank Arena? No worries about fighting traffic to arrive and get seats together! Buy raffle tickets for the chance to win a set of 10 prime reserved seats. $10 a ticket. Click here: https://chantillyhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

We can’t do this without you so we would love all the volunteers we can get for that night!   We need you!  Parents of ALL students - Sign up to help at the All Night Grad Party or contribute gift cards for food and supplies.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4BAFAC2CA02-47436481-2024#/

Traci Hopkins – ANGP 2024 Chair and Cristina Dougherty, ANGP 2024 Co-Chair

We can't wait to see all of our Seniors there!

Have You Ordered Your Graduation Yard Sign?

Chantilly High School is proud to partner with Food For Neighbors (FFN) to help feed our local students who deal with food insecurity because even in counties as wealthy as Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun at least one in four kids in our area are struggling with hunger.

Food for Neighbors is a local organization addressing this problem by collecting food from our community via the Red Bag Program and donating directly to our local schools. The food is then distributed to our students every week through our food pantry.

We hope you will consider participating in the Red Bag food collection program. You can make a difference in a local student’s life by simply adding a few extra items to your shopping cart every 2 months.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Request a reusable Red Bag here and Food For Neighbors will drop it off at your house.
  2. Fill the Red Bag with food items that are listed on a tag on that bag.
  3. Put the Red Bag outside your front door in the morning on the next bag collection day (which is Saturday, April 27th). And don’t worry, they send reminders.

Your Red Bag will be picked up from your house, the food sorted at a local school and delivered directly to the school food pantry at CHS. As an added benefit, you can get a tax deduction for the food that you donate!

With your help, even more kids can be fed. For more information on the Red Bag program click hereCheck out what items FFN collects as they are targeted to ready-made, individually packaged food items that students and teens can eat on-the-go or with little preparation.

The organization also offers volunteer opportunities including Driving to pick up filled Red Bags and Sorting the donated food during the Red Bag Day events. Visit the FFN FAQ page to find out more about and to sign up to volunteer in these 2 very important roles. This is a great way for students to receive community service hours, too.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact ; Nick Thayer [email protected] (Social Worker), Heather Ellison [email protected] (FFN Area Manager) or Karen Joseph [email protected] (FFN Executive Director)

Thanks for helping us provide food to students who need that extra support!

Institute for the Arts:

Students in all FCPS secondary schools can enroll in the Institute for the Arts. IFTA is a two- or three-week summer Arts enrichment program for students in rising 7th through 12th grades. Students create their own schedules in Art, Music, Theatre, and Dance from nearly 60 courses offered. Transportation is provided from around the county. Tuition assistance is available for students who qualify. Check out the Institute for the Arts website for more information or email [email protected].

Innovation Lab - Donation Requests

 

Our new Student Innovation Lab Team has put together a list of supplies needed for our Innovation Lab. Donations can be dropped off in the Main Office or library. Please contact librarians Kristen Zemba ([email protected]) or Kristen Schoenberger ([email protected]) with any questions. Thank you!

  FCPS Cares - Recognize Chantilly Employees!

 The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for families, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care. We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees at Chantilly HS School. We love our staff members; let's tell them how we feel!

Community Celebrations and Holidays

April - Month of Military Child

April 10: Eid - Schools Closed

Chantilly on Social Media

Follow all of our Chantilly HS Social Media to keep up with the most updated Charger news, kudos, and recognitions. We post announcements regularly throughout the week including our bell schedule every Monday.   
Facebook/ChantillyHighSchool
Instagram: @chantilly_hs
X (Twitter): @chantilly_hs

SY 2023-2024 - Dates to Note:

Monday, March 25 - Friday, March 29 - Spring Break

April 1-2 - Student Holidays / Teacher Workday and Staff Development

Friday, June 7 - Class of 2024 Graduation, 9:30 AM, no school grades 9-11

Wednesday, June 12 - Last Day of School

The complete FCPS 2023-2024 School Year Calendar

Quick Links

4201 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 | Main Office: 703-222-8100
Attendance | Web | Twitter | Facebook

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