Congratulations to the following CHS Band students who were selected for the Southeast High School Honor Bands: George Dean, Ezekiel Reinier, Xander Edginton, and Maybry Shaver.
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
Cape Central FBLA competed in districts on Feb. 1st. The following students qualified for State on April 14-17 Aimee Caldwell sang the National Anthem and did an amazing job! AFJROTC presented the flags and made us proud as usual. Mitzi Quintas-Cruz was elected District Secretary and Haneef Ahmad District Parliamentarian. Sahil ran an unsuccessful campaign for District President but we are very proud of him and all the work he put into it. Cape Central won the Escape Room The following members qualified for State competition 1st Place – Parliamentary Procedures Team – Dulina Dias, Sahil Khot, Haneef Ahmad , Nazim Aliyev, Royce Liu 2nd Place – Public Policy – Anshula Vanteddu 2nd Place - Computer Applications - Sahil Khot 1st Place - Intro to Business Math – Jason Zhang 2nd Place – Client Service – Anshula Vanteddu 2nd Place- Business Ethics – San Srikant and Jacie Spooler 2nd Place -Intro to Event Planning – Alex Moyers-Warren 2nd Place – International Business – Eric Nordstrom 3rd Place -Intro to FBLA – San Srikant 3rd Place – Accounting 2 – Dulina Dias 4th Place – Accounting 2 – Sahil Khot 4th Place – Computer Problem Solving – Eric Nordstrom 5th Place – Securities & Investments – Eric Nordstrom 5th Place – Personal Finance – Royce Liu 5th Place -Intro to FBLA – Zea Grabel 5th Place – Accounting 2 – Corryah Goodin
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
Students qualified for state
Recently Nathan Coleson, Andy's store manager, spoke to Mrs. Taylor's management class about the realities of a manager's job.
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
Mr. Coleson speaks to management students
Congratulations to the following Speech, Debate and Acting Performance students on completing their first competition at Jackson last week. Jackson Speech/Debate/Performance results: Yuliana Orellana Peralta - Event - Story Telling - 2nd Place Bre Coleman - Event - Poetry - 3rd Place Jordynn Rash - Event - Informative Speaking -Place 3rd Anshula Vanteddu - Event - Radio Speaking - Place 3rd CHS Speech, Debate & Acting Performance compete at Scott City on Thursday, February 1, 2024.
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
Ms. Henson's Art 2 class demonstrated radial balance in creating Mandalas.
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
student example
Student designed Mandalas.
Student example
student design
From Mrs. Fuehne: Robotics ended their season in 7th place out of 13. They did well and they had a great time! Mr. AuBuchon and Mrs. Fuehne said they are blessed to be their coaches! Another great thing happened, Robotics received a $500 Proctor and Gamble Robotics Scholarship at our Southeast Missouri League Tournament!
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
CHS Robotics Team
Dungeons and Dragons announce meeting dates for second semester. Anyone is welcome!
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
D&D meeting dates
Cheer Open Gym has been rescheduled to Feb. 5th.
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
Cheer Open Gym
No Cheer Open Gym tonight due to school closing. It will be rescheduled at a later date.
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
Open gym postponed
On Friday night we crowned Tyson WIlliams Homecoming King and Gabby Carter Queen, congratulations to you both! We also recognized Jay Reynolds for scoring 1,000 points, congratulations Jay!
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
King Tyson and Queen Gabby
Jay scored 1000 points
Homecoming Court
There will be no school Monday, January 22, 2024 due to the freezing rain and potential for unsafe road conditions.
5 months ago, Kristin Tallent
Interested in cheer at CHS? Open gym is January 22 from 5-7 pm.
5 months ago, Cape Central High School
Cheer Open Gym
REMINDER: There will be no school on Monday, January 15, 2024 for MLK Day and on Tuesday, January 16 for a Professional Development Day. Students are back on Wednesday, January 17.
5 months ago, Kristin Tallent
No school 1/15/24 and 1/16/24
We want to remind families that students return to class on Tuesday, January 9, 2024. We hope everyone has had a wonderful winter break.
6 months ago, Kristin Tallent
students are back January 9
Ms. Patty Wamble was recognized at the annual faculty Holiday Breakfast Wednesday morning. Retired teacher, veteran and VFW representative Robert Freidrich presented her with the VFW Outstanding Teacher Award. Congratulations Ms. Wamble!
6 months ago, Cape Central High School
Robert Friedrich and Patty Wamble
Annual faculty breakfast
teachers enjoy breakfast
Teachers have been participating in theme days this month. Today was Twin Day!
6 months ago, Cape Central High School
Mrs. Snider and Mrs. Priest
Ms Brewer and Ms. Ward
Cape Central High School Swim and Dive Student Athlete Tommy-Anne Marriott signed her Letter of Intent to compete at Ball State University! In the pictures below (Left to Right) you will see her signing with her mom Brooke Marriott, sister Danika Marriott, sister Emily Marriott, and brother Jacob Marriott. Also in a picture below Left to Right are her coaches Mary LeGrand, Dayna Powell, and Chad Sierman.
6 months ago, Cape Central High School
Tommy-Anne signs with Ball State.
Tommy-Anne with family
Tommy-Anne with coaches.
The Cape Tiger Scholar Bowl team took 4th place Saturday at the Poplar Bluff Tournament. The team took 4th place out of 10 teams. Dulina Dias took 6th place over all in the tournament.
6 months ago, Cape Central High School
Competition preparing to start.
Dulina took 6th place overall.
Scholar Bowl team
CHS Beta Club member Annaliese Reinier organized a bell ringing event from 10am-8pm on Saturday, raising the most of any kettle so far this year for the local Salvation Army! Way to go Tiger Betas!
6 months ago, Cape Central High School
More Beta students ringing bells.
Beta members ringing bells for Salvation Army.
JROTC cadets volunteered their time and effort to a worthy cause in supporting the annual Marine Corps Toys-4-Tots campaign collecting toys and donations for regional families during the holiday season. Cadets worked with the Student Senate on the CHS Toy Drive collecting nearly 150 toys to donate. On Wed and Thurs nights, cadets worked alongside the Marine Corps League to collect toys and money outside of Schnucks. And then again on Saturday, cadets worked from 9am-5pm organizing, sorting, and preparing toys for distribution to local families. In all, 30 cadets supported the effort and volunteered over 170 hours of time to help the community.
6 months ago, Cape Central High School
Cadets manned the table at Schnucks.
Cadets helping with Toys for Tots
Cadets sorting toys
Toys for Tots warehouse of toys.
Cadet sorts toys.
Cadets work in Toys 4 Tots warehouse.
Toys sorting location
Helping sort toys