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2018-19
Academic
  • Several CHS cosmetology students recently participated in OSHA 10 training.  20 students passed with 100%!  This certification will help these students secure future job opportunities. Way to go Wolves!
    • MiAngel Redick, Kayla Edingburgh, Tarreill McAdams, MiJhynae Williams, Richard Lurry, Jaylin Jefferson, Areli Hernandez, Adriann Fitzgerald, Niyah Chambers, Dwuinus Matthew, Whitney Shipp, Carol Vasquez, Aaliyaah Day, Kenyatta Wright, Melanie Blackman, Taylor Tucker, Rykhayla Whitehead, Yereydi Santiago, Bethany Whitaker, McKayla Nailing
Athletic
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Visual & Performing Arts
  • Members of the CHS band competed in the West Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association's Showband Marching Festival October 6th.  The band placed SUPERIOR in all categories - Drum Major, Percussion, Auxiliary/Majorettes, and Overall Band Composite Score.
 
  • The Cordova High Concert Singers represented us well October 28th as they performed in a rally for Nashville mayor Carl Dean, a candidate for Tennessee governor.
 
  • 2018-19 All Southwest Tennessee Junior High Honor Choir - 14 students from our freshmen choir scored 150 or better; 8 of these students qualified for the Honor Choir.  Congratulations to the following students:
 
  • 1st Soprano

14th chair- Alexia Daniels

18th chair - Calia Carmicheal

  • 1st Alto
    7th chair - Kendall Paxton


  • 2nd Tenor
    4th chair - Khari Johnson
    6th chair - Corey Fields
    8th chair - Tyvaris Bush
  • Bass 2
    6th chair - Amaare Simmons
    17th chair - Kaleb Neal
 
 
 
  • Theater Accomplishments - Members of the Cordova High Theatre competed in a state wide one act competition and took third place.  Henry Hull won the Best Supporting Actor award, Eli Addesse and Kobe Pinkston were awarded All StarCast, and our actors were given the Best Ensemble award.
 
  • The Cordova High School band competed in the West Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association’s Showband Marching Festival. The band placed SUPERIOR in all categories which included:
    •  Drum Major: Superior
    • Percussion Superior
    • Auxiliary/Majorettes: Superior
    • Overall Band Composite Score: Superior
 
  • 2018-19 All Southwest Tennessee Honor Choir - Auditions for the All Southwest Tennessee Honor Choir were held at CHS September 23.  Over 700 students auditioned from 32 schools. Twenty-five students from Cordova High, second most of any school, qualified for the Honor Choir.  Congratulations to the following students:
 
  • 1st Soprano

17th chair- Elise Golden

  • 2nd Soprano

13th chair - Sonita Mosley

14th chair - Kayla Prather

15th chari - Natalis Crosby

20th chair - Diana Rivera

21st chair - Alyssa Evans

29th chair - Mayah Overton

  • 2nd Alto

31st chair - MeAuna Bailey

 
  • 1st Tenor

1st chair - Jamicah Hussey

3rd chair - Amari Miller

5th chair - Anthony Hall, Jr.

13th chair - Majah Holliday

21st chair - Joshua McCoy

  • 2nd Tenor

8th chair - Nicholas Bernard

21st chair - Maurice McGill

24th chair - Nehemiah Harris

  • Bass 1

6th chair - Zion Johnson

15th chair - Quinton Johnson

24th chair - Turell Tate

  • Bass 2

6th chair - Zion Johnson

9th chair - Jacob Bond

14th chair - Ian Stiles

15th chair - Justin Henderson

 
 

Amari Miller will serve as student accompanist for the 3rd year in a row.  Jamicah Hussey had the highest score of the day of 766 singers auditioning.  Amari Miller recorded the 3rd highest score and Anthony Hall, Jr. the 6th highest score. 

The Cordova Choirs continue to be "THE Standard of Excellence".

 

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