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  • Cedar Hill Rising Seniors Win $500 College Board Scholarships

    Cedar Hill Rising Seniors Win $500 College Board Scholarships

    Cedar Hill High School rising seniors Samuel Crosslin and Casey White each won a $500 College Board Opportunity Scholarships (CBOS).

    When scholars complete one of six steps, they become eligible for a $500 scholarship – Building A College List, Practicing for the SAT, Exploring Scholarships, Strengthening Their College List, Completing the FAFSA Form and Applying to Colleges.

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  • Cedar Hill Theatre Wins Best Costume Design

    Cedar Hill Theatre Wins Best Costume Design

    The Cedar Hill High School Theatre Department began creating elaborate costumes last year for the January 2021 production of “The Wiz.”
    Approximately 15 to 20 CHHS Theatre Scholars worked on costume design and instruction, led by Class of 2021 Graduate Keelan Rossum and rising senior Celeste Garza.

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  • Rabon Makes History With Cedar Hill ISD Police Department

    Rabon Makes History With Cedar Hill ISD Police Department

    Lolita Rabon was sworn in as an officer with the Cedar Hill Independent School District Police Department (CHISDPD) last week.

    Rabon has 10 years of law enforcement experience – a career she chose after working in customer service at a dental office and assistant manager at a movie theater.

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  • Cedar Hill Boys Track Athletes Sign With College, Set Sights On National Championships

    Cedar Hill Boys Track Athletes Sign With College, Set Sights On National Championships

    For most high school Track & Field athletes in Texas, the UIL Championships are the pinnacle and the final time that senior teammates will have a chance to compete alongside each other.

    For five members of the Cedar Hill High School Boys Track & Field Team, they will have one more opportunity before they go their separate ways to different universities.

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  • Cedar Hill High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian Set Sights On STEM

    Cedar Hill High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian Set Sights On STEM

    Cedar Hill High School Class of 2021 Valedictorian Ariel Awuwoloye balanced academics with orchestra and softball. CHHS Class of 2021 Salutatorian Jolie Sanders served as National Honor Society (NHS) President while studying and working part-time as a mathematics tutor.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Enjoys Coaching Football Overseas

    Cedar Hill Graduate Enjoys Coaching Football Overseas

    Marcus Herford played a key role in building the foundation for the success of the Cedar Hill High School Football Program.
    Now, he’s leading athletes in the capital city (Berlin) of one of football’s emerging markets (Germany).
    “The reason I coach is to give back to these young men and help them,” said Herford, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2004 Graduate. “You get to see the world while you’re what you love.”

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  • Victoria Jackson Is On The Path to Becoming A Doctor

    Victoria Jackson Is On The Path to Becoming A Doctor

    Cedar Hill High School Class of 2016 Graduate Victoria Jackson recently graduated from the University of Incarnate Word (UIW) in San Antonio and is now ready to work toward her goal of becoming a medical doctor.

    “I knew from around the age of 10 that I wanted to be a doctor,” Jackson said, “Being a doctor is my calling.”

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  • Former Longhorn Graduated from Georgetown, Excels in Poetry

    Former Longhorn Graduated from Georgetown, Excels in Poetry

    Glen Waters has lost count of how many poems he’s composed since the age of 10.
    There are books full of poetry, from cover to cover. Then, there’s the plethora of poetry in Notes App on his iPhone.
    Sometimes, it takes a month to write a poem. Other times, it will be completed in five minutes.

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  • Hickmans Have Impacted Cedar Hill for Generations

    Hickmans Have Impacted Cedar Hill for Generations

    Traphene Parramore Hickman has some advice for the 518 members of the Cedar Hill High School Class of 2021 seventy-one years after she and 14 classmates accepted their diplomas from the district.
    “The future’s just out there,” Hickman said. “Take every opportunity. Take every step. Go forward, even if you’re afraid. Live for tomorrow and never look backward.”

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  • Longhorn Love Endures for Fogles

    Longhorn Love Endures for Fogles

    Dr. Whitney and Nick Fogle met in the mid 1980s at a pre-school in Cedar Hill, and they were Kindergarten classmates at Bray Elementary School in 1986.

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  • Download the Cedar Hill ISD Mobile App Today

    Posted by Michael Sudhalter on 8/30/2020

    The Cedar Hill ISD app is free and powered by Blackboard; search for the Cedar Hill ISD app on the Apple and Google Play platforms.

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  • Dr. Hudson's Daily Message

    Timely, consistent and clear communication is important as our community navigates through the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Even with our campuses closed indefinitely, there is still teaching and learning taking place via our online Flex Learning and support for our families happening every day. To ensure communication continues with our families and staff, Dr. Hudson will email a message each weekday at noon. This page will serve as an archive for the daily messages shared.

    Read them here.

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