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In partnership with families and community, the mission of Central High School is to inspire in all students the desire to learn, the courage to lead, the value of proven character, and the commitment to serve.

​​      Character – Honor – Service​​



For your information:  If you have a Senior, the CHS Athletic Booster Club awards ten (10) $1,000 Scholarships each year.  You can find the scholarship application on the website, under scholarship, which you can click on this link:  .  

All scholarship applications must be submitted on or before 4 pm on April 20th at the front office, Attn:  Mr. Scott Goodwin.​

Student News and Achievements

​CHS PTA offers scholarships to Seniors who are members, along with their parents of PTA.  Attached is a copy of the application for this scholarship. Completed applications can be returned to Mr. Goodwin in a sealed envelope in the front office.  The deadline for completing all paperwork is April 20, 2018, 3:30pm.


On Friday, January 19, the Keller ISD Fine Arts Department hosted the Fourth Annual "Kelley Awards" recognizing excellence in high school theatre in Keller ISD. The event, held at Timber Creek High School, featured a VIP gala, red carpet interviews with Timber Creek TV, and an awards ceremony hosted by Keller High School Theatre Director, Brian Ketcham.

 Congratulations to all of the actors, technicians, and directors of the Keller Central Theatre Programs on their Kelley Nominations as well as their Kelley wins! This year Keller Central won 11 out of the 22 awards, including Best Play.

 And The Kelley goes to...

 Best Actor in a Leading Role

Rodney Thompson, Keller Central

 Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Noah Thomas, Keller Central

 Best Actor in a Minor Role

Jose Gonzalez, Keller Central

 Best Actress in a Minor Role

Madelyn Whitehead, Keller Central

 Best Ensemble

In the Heights, Keller Central

 Triple Threat Award

Mikala Spinelli, Keller Central

 Best Musical Number

In The Heights/Opening Number, Keller Central

 Excellence in Choreography

Rodney Thompson, Mikala Spinelli, Camryn Schepps, and Tre Jackson Keller Central

 Best Direction

Josh Harriman, Ann Accas, Abbie Harriman, Sarah DeVito, Tre John, Keller Central

 Best Musical Direction

Kelly Himes, Keller Central

 Best Musical

In the Heights, Keller Central

 The following night, January 20, Central hosted the first lip sync battle involving over 100 students.   A faculty battle between the Science and Math departments was won by the Math teachers, who now have bragging rights for this year.  This event allowed all participants an opportunity to perform in front of more than 600 people. Congrats Central Theatre for hosting an outstanding and entertaining evening of fun for everyone!!!!

 Our CHS Academic Decathlon Team returned from Regional Competition with 5th place overall. 

Several students won a number of medals: 

Rashmi Jha 1st place gold in Math

Ryan Nyhus 3rd place bronze in Math

Meghan Miller 2nd place silver in Economics

Ryan Nyhus and Elizabeth Waldie 3rd place bronze in Economics

Gabby Taber 3rd place bronze in Art

John Sanson 3rd place bronze in Social Science

Ryan Nyhus 1st place gold in Language & Literature

Vanessa Anderson and Meghan Miller 3rd place bronze in Language & Literature

Meghan Miller 2nd place silver in Interview

Vanessa Anderson 3rd place bronze in Interview

Ryan Nyhus won 4th place in All-Around Award

Megan Miller, Ryan Nyhus, and John Sanson each won gold medals for top scorers.

 Congratulations to all these students for their fine academic performances.

 CHS Interior Design students were featured in the KISD CTE Spotlight for their group residential design projects last month. The students designed a floorplan for a client family based on their needs and desires. The students created their own group business logo and webpage for their design company as well. They then extended the project by building 3D models of their floorplan to gain an understanding of wall elevations and exterior structure of home design.

 CHS CTE Fashion design students created Mardi Gras masks after researching the cultural influence and designs of the historical celebration held in New Orleans, LA. They drew their mask designs from their research inspirations and then created them to wear and coordinate with their costume design for a Mardi Gras celebration in class on Fat Tuesday! 

 Men's Basketball continues to make a push toward the playoffs.  Come celebrate our Seniors final game at Charger Gymnasium as they take on the Weatherford Kangaroos during Senior Night.  Game time is 7:30 on Tuesday, February 13. 

Several Charger athletes signed letters of intent to continue their athletic endeavors at the college level.  These included:

 Eric Casarez – Cross Country/Track – Oklahoma

McKinzie Cure – Women's Golf – East Texas Baptist

Isaiah Ganaway – Football – Mary Hardin Baylor

Kara Gipson – Women's Soccer – Letourneau University

Matt Girard – Football – Hardin-Simmons University

Katy Lambert – Women's Soccer – West Texas A&M

Maddy McElwee – Women's Soccer – St. Edwards University

Noah Moreno – Football – Hardin-Simmons University

 ​There are many more great things happening at CHS.  Stay tuned to see more fantastic achienvements from Charger Nation!






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Registration starts Monday, Jan 8 and closes March 23.​

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