Current News and Events

  • 2016 AP Testing Schedule

    Monday, May 2nd
    8:00- Chemistry
    8:00- Environmental Science
    12:00- Psychology

    Tuesday, May 3rd
    8:00- Spanish Lang/Culture
    8:00- Computer Science A
    12:00- Art History
    12:00- Physics 1: Alg. Based


    Wednesday, May 4th
    8:00- Eng. Lit. / Composition
    12:00- Japanese Lang/Culture
    12:00- Physics 2: Alg. Based

    Thursday, May 5th  
    8:00- Calculus AB
    8:00- Calculus BC
    12:00- Chinese Lang/Culture

    Friday, May 6th
    8:00- German Lang/Culture
    8:00- United States History
    12:00- European History

    Monday, May 9th
    8:00- Biology
    8:00- Music Theory
    12:00- Physics C: Mechanics
    2:00- Physics: Elect./Magnetism

    Tuesday, May 10th
    8:00- Government/Politics: US
    12:00- French Lang. & Culture
    12:00- Spanish Literature

    Wednesday, May 11th
    8:00- English Language/Comp.


    Thursday, May 12th
    8:00- World History
    12:00- Statistics

    Friday, May 13th
    8:00- Human Geography
    Posted May 2, 2016, 8:07 AM by Ashley McBride
  • Beca de Esperanza Scholarship
    The Beca de Esperanza scholarship is for Latino seniors who are graduating and have been accepted to either a two or four year college. If you are interested, and would like to apply, see your counselor or Ms. Allen or Ms. Coveney in rooms 147 or 148 for an application. The deadline is May 18.
    Posted May 2, 2016, 7:52 AM by Ashley McBride
  • Proctors Needed
    ECHHS is looking for parents and community members to serve as testing proctors for the End of Course Assessments.  Proctors are needed for testing beginning Wednesday May 25th thru June 1st.  Please contact Mrs. Katie Hartsfield in Quad B office at 919 969 2482 ext. 27152 or by email at kfarrish@chccs.k12.nc.us if you are available to proctor no later than Friday May 13, 2016.
    Posted Apr 26, 2016, 8:29 AM by Ashley McBride
  • FCCLA Awards
    Congratulations to Savannah Jones on receiving Bronze at the State FCCLA State Conference for Career Investigation and Yasmeen Mustafa on earning 4th in the state in Culinary Arts at the SkillsUSA Conference. Great job ladies.
    Posted Apr 22, 2016, 5:52 AM by Ashley McBride
  • National Latin Exam
    On March 10th the Latin students at East took the National Latin Exam. The National Latin Exam is the acclaimed standardized test for Latin across the nation, and many parts of the world (19 other countries also participated in the NLE). Over 85% of our students scored above the national average and received recognition for this achievement.

    Gold Medals (Summa Cum Laude) - 
    Caroline Cai, Emily Liu, Ravi Pitelka, Liv Jarskog, Zsolt Ring, Stephanie Pecaut, Jessie Yang, Andy Farkas, Edric Eun, Noah Green and Asher Kirkpatrick

    Silver Medals (Maxima Cum Laude) - 
    Jack Felgenhauer, Abia Ahmed, Ameer Qaqish, Sara Zangi, Vance Johnson and Ethan Lee

    Magna Cum Laude (Bronze) - 
    Caroline Conerly, Juny Kim, Toonie Goyal, Carolyn Hsu, Huny Chung, Isaiah Benzoni and Shawn Kang

    Latin 4
    Gold Medals (Summa Cum Laude) - 
    Isabella Li, Joie Dong, Charlie Zhang, Matthew Dai, Andrew Qin, Mary Seo, Emily Lewis, Sarah Stevens, Tristan Manturuk, Michael Swers, Danny Kaminsky, Max Hazerjian, Amy Zhang and Khushboo Patel

    Silver Medals (Maxima Cum Laude) - 
    Tara Candelaria, Grace Lian, Elizabeth Liang, Connor Sept, Stephen Dallara, Andrew Yun, Thomas Brodey and Jessica Rohde

    Magna Cum Laude (Bronze) - 
    Alexandria Castro, Reilly Reed, Henry Levy, Sasha Bull, Nathan Xiao and Elizabeth Manturuk

    Cum Laude (Honorable Mention) - 
    Michelle Verderber, Evan Morris, Kaitlyn Sun and Carol Xiao

    Latin 5
    Gold Medals (Summa Cum Laude) - 
    Kees Benkendorfer and Molly McLachlan

    Great Job Everyone!
    Posted Apr 22, 2016, 5:49 AM by Ashley McBride
  • The US News and World Report Top High School Rankings 2016
    East Chapel Hill High School has been ranked:
    6th on the list of best high schools in the state of North Carolina,
    1st on the list of best public high schools in the state of North Carolina,
    and 211th on the list of best high schools in the nation.

    The link to the news announcement can be found here

    Posted Apr 21, 2016, 6:41 AM by Ashley McBride
  • Bus Changes

    Bus 230 East Chapel Hill Stop Times 04-025


    Posted Apr 21, 2016, 6:22 AM by Ashley McBride
  • AP Testing Schedule

    Monday, May 2nd
    8:00- Chemistry
    8:00- Environmental Science
    12:00- Psychology

    Tuesday, May 3rd
    8:00- Spanish Lang/Culture
    8:00- Computer Science A
    12:00- Art History
    12:00- Physics 1: Alg. Based

    Wednesday, May 4th
    8:00- Eng. Lit. / Composition
    12:00- Japanese Lang/Culture
    12:00- Physics 2: Alg. Based

    Thursday, May 5th  
    8:00- Calculus AB
    8:00- Calculus BC
    12:00- Chinese Lang/Culture

    Friday, May 6th
    8:00- German Lang/Culture
    8:00- United States History
    12:00- European History

    Monday, May 9th
    8:00- Biology
    8:00- Music Theory
    12:00- Physics C: Mechanics
    2:00- Physics: Elect./Magnetism

    Tuesday, May 10th
    8:00- Government/Politics: US
    12:00- French Lang. & Culture
    12:00- Spanish Literature

    Wednesday, May 11th
    8:00- English Language/Comp.

    Thursday, May 12th
    8:00- World History
    12:00- Statistics

    Friday, May 13th
    8:00- Human Geography

    Posted Apr 20, 2016, 9:15 AM by Ashley McBride
  • Service Learning Opportunity at ECHHS Improving the Campus Landscape to Support Student Learning
    The environmental science teachers and students of East Chapel Hill High School are implementing an environmental restoration project. The Improving Campus Landscape to Support Student Learning initiative was funded by the Public School Foundation through the Strowd Roses Grant Program and The Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation.

    Do you need service learning hours, enjoy working outside, or want to learn more about ecology? Volunteers are needed for Dig-in days on April 23 and April 30 from 9am-12pm. Sign up to participate HERE. Events are open to the entire ECHHS community, and any level of participation is encouraged. You can work for part of an event, the entire event, or just stop by to observe and learn about environmental science on campus.   

    Dig-in day events will take place behind ECHHS between the football field and the campus pond. Volunteers will help construct high quality habitat for pollinators by planting species native to North Carolina. No experience necessary, but bring a water bottle, and wear closed toed shoes and clothes that can get dirty.

    Need more information? Interested in finding out more about what you can do to support environmental science at ECHHS? Contact a project leader: Mr. Kabay, ekabay@chccs.k12.nc.us or Mr. Schnitzer, dschnitzer@chccs.k12.nc.us. 
    Posted Apr 22, 2016, 5:46 AM by Ashley McBride
  • Ethics Team Wins First Place
    The ECHHS Ethics team earned first place at the National High School Ethics Bowl on Saturday. According to the event host, this year 2,680 high school students, on 335 teams, represented 218 schools, competed in 29 regionals across 22 states (and Canada), for the chance to be on one of 24 teams to participate in Nationals this past weekend.

    In the six years of existence of the North Carolina High School Ethics Bowl, East has earned 1st place 5 times. And in the four years of existence of the National competition, East has earned 1st place twice and 3rd place once. The size and rigor of both competitions increase each year.

    Additionally, as finalists, a new award this year has earned the team $4,000.

    The students presented exceptionally well on both days involving some extremely challenging ethical dilemmas. The actual question which will be asked of the students remains unknown until 2 minutes before the presentation. And, some of the students had to patiently delay their prom preparation for hours and hours as they remained in the competition until the finals round, 6:00pm Saturday.

    Great Work Team!



    Posted Apr 18, 2016, 5:36 AM by Ashley McBride
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