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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​​

CHS News, Info, Student Success 5-5-17

​It is hard to believe but we are down to 14 days of school for our seniors and 19 for everybody else.  The year has flown by and it has been another good year for CHS.  We are trying our best to keep the students focused on their academics and stressing to them to give the proper amount of effort for their success.  Please help us these last days of the semester and reiterate the same message.   With all that being said, student progress reports will be ready to be view this coming Monday at 10am in HAC.

If you were not able to make it out to Early Voting over the past few weeks, we encourage you to head to the polls tomorrow, Saturday, May 6, for Election Day in the races for Keller ISD Board of Trustees Place 4 and Place 5. Both seats are being contested this spring, so be sure to get informed and cast your vote!

Join Keller ISD Counseling and the KISD community on Tuesday, May 9, for a Parent Awareness Program that focuses on issues relating to youth suicide.

Dr. Mark DeYoung of DeYoung Consulting and Keller Counselor Association will be the featured speaker as parents have the opportunity to learn about how to talk to students about suicide; how to identify the warning signs; how to address stress, anxiety, and depression; and what resources are available to assist families.

The free event is open to all Keller ISD families with students in all grade levels. Join us at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 9, at the Fossil Ridge High School Lecture Hall (4101 Thompson Road

Please take the time and see your Chargers competing outside of school and the success they are having.  We are very proud of their efforts.

If you are looking for events for your future Chargers (elementary, intermediate and middle school) to take an advantage of this summer please click on the link and see what CHS and KISD offers, Summer Camps for KISD.  It is a great opportunity for younger kids to get involved, maybe find a passion of what they may want to do in the future and get them out of the house during the summer. 

The following CHS FBLA students qualified for FBLA Nationals including alternates in Anaheim, California this summer.  Congratulations to all FBLA members who competed.  It was a very successful trip for CHS FBLAS.  Their hard work, great behavior and ability to listen and take instructions are to be commended. 

ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP:  Lyndsey George-1st place

MOBILE APPLICATION DEV:  Brayden Cloud, Adel Hassan Patrick Kenny—2nd place

PUBLIC SPEAKING I:  Emily Johnson—2nd place

CLIENT SERVICE:  Don Fougere—2nd place

WEBSITE DESIGN:  Janine Bariuan, Julia Chheng, Ashley Bowen—3rd place

GRAPHIC DESIGN:  Smarika Bhattarai, Lainie Dickey, Quyen Nguyen—3rd place

E-BUSINESS:  Peter Doan, Andrew W. Lee, Kaang Lee—3rd place





 Congratulations to Blaine Martinez placing first and Liam Bird second in a big Wrestling qualifying tournament.  Both athletes will be representing Central High School on the Texas National Team in June. Great job

Congratulations to the following four CHS Junior and Senior Art students.  Their eight art works were displayed at the UNT-HSC art competition in downtown Fort Worth's Cultural Arts District.  Students participated from 11 counties around the DFW area.  The artwork was on exhibition through April 29th when the students were honored at a reception.

Christina Brown – 3rd place in Color Graphics

Jacob Burkhalter – 3rd place in Painting

Sylvia Dale

Samantha Reed

 Congratulations to the following 18 CHS art students.  They traveled to San Antonio April 28-29 to compete in the 2017 TAEA Visual Arts Scholastic State Event.  In February, their artwork was selected from 32,177 regional entries statewide to advance to the state level.  These CHS students are among the best artists in Texas.  So proud of you all!!!

Excellent Rating

Nathan Cannedy-Soares

Superior Rating

Enoch Bae

Nathan Bradanini

Rashmi Jha

Deborah Mutombo

Andrea Vasquez

Exemplary Rating and State Winners

Alyson Ankeney

Michael Bryce

Hannah Chock

Alyssa Fanello

Nabeeha Hassan

Maryam Khurram

Kyle Mayer

Victor Neiva

Paola Pacheco

Isabelle Simmons

Kandace Taylor

Andrea Vasquez

Cassidy Wilson


It's almost time to get yearbooks, and they will be passed out May 15 during a lunch partyBut, that means the extras from which you may still buy are getting more limited, so purchase now if you haven't for $85 at (Direct store link: ). Online ordering is strongly recommended, but if you must pay with check or cash, see Mr. Waggoner in room S009 or bring orders to the main office – just be sure to give the name of the student and their ID. Don't miss this final chance. Any remaining books on distribution day will go for $90, so the price will go up if you wait. Get your book of memories today. For questions or to see if you bought a yearbook, contact Mr. Waggoner via email at

 ILPC Journalism Awards – UT Austin

Congrats to these student journalists attending the Texas ILPC journalism convention in Austin April 22-23. As part of the conference, awards were given for a variety of categories of work in all journalistic fields, such a best yearbook story, action photo etc. Students learned about individual awards from the past yearbook and current work in yearbook and broadcasting. Central took home many awards.

  1. Addie Lord (and yearbook staff), 1st place for yearbook senior tribute ad design
  2. Bethany Dedman and Destiny Burnett, 2nd place for yearbook personality profile story
  3. Bethany Dedman, honorable mention for a submitted photo portfolio
  4. Aidan Broyles, honorable mention for broadcast news story
  5. Entire yearbook staff, theme development and design from yearbook, 3rd place
  6. Entire yearbook staff, yearbook index design and content, 2nd place

Congratulations to our CHS track athletes that have advanced to the 6A UIL State Meet and good luck.

Logan Freeman – Regional Champion in Pole Vault & State Qualifier

Micah Langat – 2nd place in 800 m & State Qualifier

Mary Piercy – 4th place in pole vault

 We would like to invite you to join one of the most exciting and award winning groups on campus.  The Keller Central Color Guard is open to any student.  There is NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!   You will get the opportunity to perform at football games, pep rallies, competitions, etc!  As well, the KC Band and Color Guard travel extensively and you will be able to participate in those trips!  In the past, we have gone to such places as San Antonio, St. Louis, performed in Indiana, Indiana and Dayton, Ohio!  There will be other travel opportunities coming up and you will be a part of those wonderful destinations!

If you are interested, or would like more information on being a part of the Keller Central Color Guard, please email Mr. Rudnick as soon as possible at

We look forward to speaking to you about this incredible opportunity for you to make new friends and find a place in the Keller Central Color Guard!

In the past few years the Keller Central Winter Guard has competed at the NTCA State Winter Guard Championships and WGI (Winter Guard International) receiving gold and silver medals, class champions and performing as a finalist group at the World Level at WGI in Denton, Ohio! 

 The award-winning Color Guard and Winter Guard are an important part of the Keller Central Band family.  Guard is one of the few activities that does not require any previous experience or training and is open to anyone who wants to join.  

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Free Clinics and Auditions will be held next week at Central High School.

  • Wednesday, May 10th: Color Guard Clinic in Band Hall: S001 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Thursday, May 11th: Color Guard Clinic in Band Hall: S001 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Friday, May12th: Auditions in Band Hall: S001 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Color Guard adds to the visual effect of the KC Band half time show.  This is a first semester class earning ½ PE and ½ Fine Art credit under the course title "Color Guard". During this semester, the guard joins the band from the beginning of band camp in August through the Christmas Concert in December. The Guard members begin by working with different types of flags, and progress into working with weapons (rifles, and sabres).  The Color Guard performs at every KC football game, and marching band contest.  As part of the band, the Color Guard is also represented at a multitude of activities including eighth grade visits, pep rallies.
Winter Guard participates in indoor competitions, performing separately from the concert band.  This is a second semester class earning ½ Fine Art credit under the course title "Color Guard" to receive 1 Fine Arts credit for the whole year.   The Winter Guard competes in the North Texas Colorguard Association circuit and in WGI.  Contests are held on Saturdays from January through March at various host locations in the metroplex and state.

Central Theatre Presents High School Musical on May 13th at 2pm & 7pm and May 14th at 2pm

All Tickets are $10 at the Door​



CHS PTA is looking for a a few good men and women to serve on PTA Board for the 2017-2018 school year.  Serving on PTA Board is a great way to stay involved in your child's education and be connected with CHS staff and families. If you would like more information or are interested in any of the following Board positions, please contact CHS President Sandi Walker at 817-676-4299,

Below are the positions that we need filled immediately! CHS PTA meets only 4 times a year and is really fun and laid back. Next meeting is Tuesday, May 16th at 6:30 PM in the CHS cafeteria.

2nd Vice-President/Fundraising  Coordinates fundraising efforts of the association, 

Secretary  Records the minutes of all meetings of the association is responsible for correspondence. 

Treasurer  Maintains the financial records including balancing bank statements, issuing payments, depositing funds, and managing the budget. 

Parliamentarian  Maintains the flow of business at meetings per rules governing the association. 

Scholarship Ensure adequate funding is obtained for senior scholarships​

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