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  • Collins Credits Cedar Hill Program For On-Court Success

    Collins Credits Cedar Hill Program For On-Court Success

    Cedar Hill High School head girls basketball coach Nicole Collins was humbled by the reaction to her 250th career victory as a head coach, after the Lady Longhorns defeated Mansfield Lake Ridge on Tuesday night.

    And Collins was quick to point out that it’s been a collaborative effort.

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  • Cedar Hill Red Army Marching Band Wins $5,000 in Parrish Competition

    Cedar Hill Red Army Marching Band Wins $5,000 in Parrish Competition

    The Cedar Hill High School Red Army Marching Band won its final event of the Marching Season on January 6 at Globe Life Field in Arlington.

    They defeated nine other six – six from the Metroplex, two from the Houston area and one from Shreveport – to win the inaugural Roland Parrish Band Competition (and a $5,000 prize) before 6,000 fans at the home field of MLB’s Texas Rangers.

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  • Robinson Makes An Impact at Bray Elementary

    Robinson Makes An Impact at Bray Elementary

    Mary Robinson earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology and Social Science at the University of Chicago – one of the top academic universities in the world.

    Anthropology is the study of what makes us human, so Robinson thought there would be no better profession than to observe, teach and work with young humans.

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  • Bessie Coleman’s McGrew Wins Cedar Hill ISD Spelling Bee

    Bessie Coleman’s McGrew Wins Cedar Hill ISD Spelling Bee

    She had never heard the word before, during hours of studying for the Cedar Hill ISD Spelling Bee.

    “I was nervous, but I was so glad I got it right,” said Bessie Coleman Middle School Seventh Grader Saniyah McGrew, who won the 2022 CHISD Spelling Bee on Thursday night at the JoLynn Maddox Teaching & Learning Center.

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  • Salter Signs With Dallas College-Brookhaven Volleyball

    Salter Signs With Dallas College-Brookhaven Volleyball

    Cedar Hill High School middle blocker Asia Salter was one of four seniors who engineered the beginning of the program’s turnaround last fall.

    “I was glad to help set the foundation for the future of the program,” said Salter, who signed with Dallas College-Brookhaven’s Volleyball Program on Wednesday afternoon, surrounded by family and friends.

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  • Collegiate Graduate Returns to Teach in Cedar Hill ISD

    Collegiate Graduate Returns to Teach in Cedar Hill ISD

    At 21 years old, Jennifer Sanchez is the youngest full time teacher in Cedar Hill Independent School District.

    And her rise from high school graduate to certified teacher in less than three years can be directly attributed to her success in the Collegiate High School program.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Proud to Return to District

    Cedar Hill Graduate Proud to Return to District

    Craig Phillips had an enjoyable Christmas this year.

    Just a few weeks earlier, the 1986 Cedar Hill High School Graduate accepted a position to return to his alma mater as a Custodian.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Is Inspired to Lead

    Cedar Hill Graduate Is Inspired to Lead

    For lifelong Longhorn Camron Goodman, joining the Cedar Hill High School Air Force JROTC inspired him to a lifetime of service and leadership.

    “That was my introduction to leadership, and I saw a lot of different people and learned different perspectives,” said Goodman, now a 25-year-old Dallas citizen who works as an Operations Analyst for Goldman Sachs. “I was able to get a full grasp of the world around me. It really prepared me for life, in college and afterwards.”

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  • Ross Ready For Fiesta Bowl

    Ross Ready For Fiesta Bowl

    Xavier Ross was a team captain at Cedar Hill High School when then-second year head coach Carlos Lynn led the Longhorns to a district championship.

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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Eager For Metroplex Homecoming on Friday

    Cedar Hill Graduate Eager For Metroplex Homecoming on Friday

    Over the next couple of weeks, college students will return home to see their families and catch up with old friends.

    But few will do so in a nearly 10,000 seat arena.

    Wichita State sophomore guard DJ McCarty, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2019 Graduate, will be back in the Metroplex on Friday (December 17) when the Shockers visit North Texas at the UNT Coliseum, aka Super Pit, located just 55 miles north of Cedar Hill.

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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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