Seniors! Register for the Atkinson Toyota It Pays to Stay Perfect Attendance Program. In order to the eligible, CSHS students must meet the following criteria:
1. The student must not have been assigned to ISS more than 3 days for the school year.
2. Approved college days and extra-curricular activities do not count as an absence.
3. The student must be passing ALL classes.
4. The student must be a graduating senior.
College Station High School tickets, for varsity games, may be purchased in advance at CSHS. Ticket sales are every Thursday and Friday 7:30-1:30 at the CSHS FIELDHOUSE Ticket Office. Students $3 and Adults $5.
Questions? Email Janice Attaway at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STUDENTS: If you would like to be able to check your grades online instead of asking your parents to do so for you, simply fill out the survey by clicking on the title link above and a Home Access Center (HAC) account will be created for you. After your account is set up, an email will be sent to you with log-in information. For the first few weeks of school please allow at least a week for new accounts to be created. If you had a HAC account last year you do NOT need to fill out the form again as your account is still active.
Attention ALL Students: You will need to pick up a "fresh copy" of your schedule in the auxiliary gym before 8:10 on Monday, August 24. Course periods may have been altered due to the balancing of class counts or classroom adjustments. The BLUE copy of the schedule will be your ticket into your first class. Teachers will not allow you in without the blue copy.
Students with work or no class 1st and/or 2nd may pick up their schedules in the Attendance Office/Commons area at the appropriate time.
Dual credit Economics will begin August 31 at 7:45 in Room 3120.
The 2015-2016 edition of the Cougar Pride yearbook is now available at http://www.smart-pay.com for the early bird price of $75. The price will increase to $80 in September.
A reminder to students of our schedule pick-up/orientation schedule:
Monday, August 10th
12th Grade Schedule Pick-Up 1PM-4PM (library)
Tuesday, August 11th
11th Grade Schedule Pick-Up 1PM-4PM (library)
Wednesday, August 12th
10th Grade Schedule Pick-Up 1PM-4PM (library)
Thursday, August 13th
9th Grade Schedule Pick-Up
- A - L 8:30AM -11:30AM (auditorium)
- M-Z 1PM - 4PM (auditorium)
Students will receive their school ID and lanyard during their respective schedule pick-up/orientation. The cost for student IDs and a lanyard is $8. (This pays for 2 IDs - one will be received during schedule pick-up/orientation and the 2nd will be distributed at the beginning of the 2nd semester.)
If you plan on purchasing a parking tag, you must complete the on-line parking registration prior to schedule pick-up. Please be reminded that general parking is $25 and senior reserved spots (limited number available) are $50. You will pay for parking during schedule pick-up.
Freshmen are to attend their full 3 hour orientation on Thursday, August 13th, to receive their schedules that day. Parents are more than welcome to attend with their student; however, please know that parent attendance is not required and the orientation experience is designed with the student in mind.
Freshmen who have extracurricular practice conflicts on the morning of the 13th, may attend the PM session.
For any students unable to attend their designated day, schedule pick-up make-up day is Thursday, August 20th, from 1PM-4PM in the commons area.. This session does not include an orientation but is simply a schedule pick-up. Therefore, we encourage all freshmen to attempt to attend their designated day to participate in the orientation process.
If you changed your address in InfoSnap during online registration and have NOT already done so, please be sure to bring proof of residence to schedule pick-up.
Reserved (Senior) and Standard Parking Tags may be reserved by completing the form found under the Students tab above.
Check here for details on summer reading and assignments for honors and AP English students:
Photo Texas is the official photographer for CSHS Senior Pictures. Each senior has received a personalized letter in the mail with an appointment time. See the attached letter for more information.
Thirteen students from College Station High School traveled to Louisville, KY from June 22nd - 27th to compete in the 51st Annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, the largest showcase and competition for career and technical education students. The students participated in eight days of leadership training and competitions.
College Station High School students competed in 5 different events, bringing home 2 Gold Medals and 1 Silver Medal. Here are the results of the contests:
21st Place – John Cassler
1st Place – Chase Zamulinski
2nd Place Team – Jaitao Liang, Mark Cahill, Cahill Ordones, Samuel Park, Marcus Vami
Video Game Design
1st Place Team – Bryson Greenwood, Tyler Hogan, Aggela Polymenis, Pablo Villalobos
Web Page Design
16th Place – Ryan Feigenbaum, Zachary Russell
The SkillsUSA NLSC event held over 16,000 students, advisors and volunteers in attendance from all fifty states and territories including Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands. Students competed in over 100 different events making SkillsUSA the largest skilled and technical contest in the nation. SkillsUSA was named one of the top 10 public to private industry partnerships and the NLSC event boasts to have the single biggest day of corporate volunteerism in America. In addition, students ran the National Delegation meetings, attended SkillsUSA University and LEVERAGE Training, participated in a day of service to Louisville, traveled to Kentucky Kingdom amusement park and represented CSISD with great pride.
Congratulations to the UIL Academic Team who competed Tuesday at State. Everyone did an outstanding job!! The following students placed in their events.
1st Place Team- Hongsen Qin, Jiatao Liang,William Chollett, Jason Tan
4th Place- Jiatao Liang
Top Chemistry- Jason Tan
5th Place- Merusha Mukherjee
5th Place- Lisa Liu
Current Issues & Events
5th Place- Raaghav Bageshwar
Casey Akin- Science
Jamie Bassett- Mathematics, Number Sense, Calculator Applications
Mary Beth Duff- Computer Applications
April Falco- Current Issues & Events
Chad Lerhmann- Speech & Debate
Dianne Rister- Computer Science
Molly Sanders- Social Studies
Heather Strawn- Spelling & Vocabulary, Prose, Poetry
Courtney Wellmann- Lit Crit, Ready Writing, Journalism Events
Kelly Yates- Accounting
Greg Stanley- One Act Play
This summer, a new opportunity has arrived to leave your mark at College Station High School. Cougar Paw Prints will be applied to the sidewalks leading up to the campus facilities.
Starting June 15th, seniors are invited to sponsor a paw print, which will be customized with their name and area of interest (i.e. sports, fine arts, or any other school activity). You can even pick the location of your personalized paw print! After July 15th, we will offer any extra spaces to all CSHS students.
They are $40 each or 2 for $70.
There will be a limited number of sponsorships sold, so hurry and complete your order before all spaces are taken!
Click the link above for more information and to order.
Friday, May 29, 2015
Texas A&M University
Please see the attached flyer.
School will be closed on Monday, May 25th for Memorial Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, May 26th.
CSISD HS Summer School Registration has opened.
Please see the attached for a Baseball Area Playoff IMPORTANT information! Please be mindful that there is limited seating so please bring lawn chairs. Also know that the Iron Man Competition will be held in The Woodlands on Saturday. Therefore, MANY routes to the school will be closed. AVOID 1488 and 105 on that day. Linked below is a map of the race event.
Here are some suggested routes, please feel free to share any others:
-go over to Huntsville and take 45 South to the Woodlands.
-Hwy 6 to 290, east on 2920 to Tomball and come in the South Side of The Woodlands either on Kuykendahl or Gosling Blvd.
Friday 7 PM
Saturday 12 PM
With a minimum $10 donation to the Education Foundation, you can honor an educator and support CSISD schools. Recipients will receive recognition on our website and Facebook page, a star educator pin, and a congratulatory certificate identifying the donor.
Spring Final Exams are approaching. Please refer to the attached files to learn more about the schedule and exam exemption policy.
We will be administering EOC exams (Algebra 1, Biology, and US History) on May 5th and 6th. Student who are not testing will have a late arrival. Please see the attached bell schedule.