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CHS Announcements

  • CHS Wins TAMY Awards for The Sound of Music and The Robber Bridegroom 


    This year, for the first time in history, Chelmsford High School produced two musicals.  These productions received a record 36 TAMY Award Nominations (sponsored by The Theater At the Mount). 


    Winners were honored at an awards ceremony and reception in Fitchburg on Sunday, May 22. The event was modeled after Broadway's Tony Awards. 


    Congratulations to CHS Theater Director Lauren Cochran and the following CHS Students who won TAMY awards this year:

    Best Set - The Robber Bridegroom

    Best Lighting -The Robber Bridegroom

    Best Supporting Actor - Jake Wetmore, The Robber Bridegroom

    Best Student Orchestra - The Sound of Music

    Best Musical Director - Amanda Roeder, Sound of Music

    Best Props / Set Dressing - Sound of Music

    Best Supporting Actress - Nadya Lisciotto, Sound of Music

    Not your Average Chorus Members:  Nadya Lisciotto (Robber), Alex Stever (Sound of Music)


    If you have any questions or require further information, please contact  Mrs. Lauren Cochran at cochranl@chelmsford.k12.ma.us or call 978-251-511 ext. 5593


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    Merrimack Valley Superintendent Association Student Scholars Evan Sayer and Alisha Mithal

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  • Commencement 2016


    Graduation for the Class of 2016 will be held at Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell on Saturday, June 4th, at 6:00 p.m.  No tickets are required and all are welcome. Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

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  • Final Exam Schedule June 2016

    For the June Final Exam Schedule, please click here.

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  • Chelmsford Business Honor Society


    The brand new chapter of the Chelmsford Business Honor Society inducted its first 7 members at the first annual induction ceremony Monday. CHS students inducted include Seniors: Ryan Kelly, Tyler Kenney, Jared Krueger, Akhil Meka and Julia Slattery. Juniors inducted were Michael Marchant and Jack O'Neill who will serve as co-presidents for the 2016-2017 school year. Faculty Advisor is Ms. Danielle Trouve. She and the other Business teachers Tom Sousa, Andy Shupe and Rob Russo are proud of the accomplishments of these talented Business students. Good luck to all of you next year.


    Chelmsford Business Honor Society inducts ifs first 7 members



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  • 2016 NGPF Teacher Innovator Award Winner


    Next Gen Personal Finance, (NGPF) has recognized Danielle Trouve, a personal finance teacher at Chelmsford High School, as a 2016 NGPF Teacher Innovator Award winner for an activity that she submitted for our annual contest. Her Egg and Spoon Insurance Probability game incorporated concepts to teach her students about insurance. She will be receiving $1,000 and be a guest on an upcoming NGPF podcast.


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  • CHS Surprises with a Second Musical:  The Robber Bridegroom!

    For the first time ever, CHS is doing a second musical in one academic year!  Join us for our spring romp in Natchez, Mississippi as we present  The Robber Bridegroom, a down home country musical!   

    Based on the novel by Eurdora Welty, this story for all ages tells the tale of Jamie Lockhart, a gentlemen robber, as he pursues the money of a rich plantation owner, Clement Musgrove.  The only thing that gets in the way of his success is Musgrove's beautiful, rambunctious daughter, Rosamund and her evil stepmother, Salome.  Throw in some bad guys, the infamous Harp Brothers, and a few dimwitted townspeople and you have the ingredients for some good old fashioned, foot stomping fun!  If you like fiddle music, you'll love this fast paced comedy!

    The Robber Bridegroom is currently in revival in New York City, but catch it here at CHS!   The show stars many new and familiar faces, including: Sydney Baron, Michael Xavier, Jake Wetmore, Ryan Carey, Jenny Mitchell, Stephen Driscoll, Michael Marchessault, Sophie Bellone, Gabi Huggler and many more.  For the first time ever, the music direction is SOLELY done by students:  Sabrina Lambros, Richard Kaminuma, and Matt Clancy. And on top of that, we have two unique members of the band:  Mr. Doug Greenfield and Mr. Carl Rondina!  You will actually be able to see the band on stage!

    Tickets can be purchased now online at www.chelmsfordtheater.com.  Show dates are May 5 at 7:00 p.m., May 6 and May 7 at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $15.00 online and $17.00 at the door.

    If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Ms. Lauren Cochran at Chelmsford High School (978) 251-5111 ext 5593 or email at cochranl@chelmsford.k12.ma.us



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  • CHS Student Wins Massachusetts NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

    Chelmsford High School senior Alisha Mithal has received the Massachusetts NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. The award, sponsored by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), Bank of America, Microsoft, BATEC, and Wellesley College, recognizes young high school women for their computing-related achievements and interests as part of an effort to encourage more young women to choose careers in technology.

    A total of 30 award-winners were selected from high schools across Massachusetts for their outstanding aptitude and interest in information technology and computing, solid leadership ability, good academic history, and plans for post-secondary education.
    Each award-winner  received:
    * Two engraved awards, one for the student and one for her school’s trophy case
    * NCWIT Aspirations messenger bag
    * Notable Women in Computing playing cards
    * And other cool SWAG from our sponsors.
    “Encouraging young women’s interest in technology careers is critical: our workforce needs their creativity and their innovation,” said Lucy Sanders, CEO and Co-founder of NCWIT.

    “Chelmsford High School is very proud that one of its own students received this prestigious award.” said Principal Steve Murray.   “Chelmsford High School continues to offer and support computing as part of its curriculum, recognizing its value to students’ future success by offering Programming in C, AP Computer Science, Computer Applications, Robotics, Computer Graphics, and Microsoft Office Certifications.”  At Chelmsford High School’s core is PRIDE where together “we foster Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Empathy in our pursuit of excellence”
    The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) works to correct the imbalance of gender diversity in technology and computing because gender diversity positively correlates with a larger workforce, better innovation, and increased business performance. Increasing the number of women in technology and computing also has the potential to improve the design of products and services to better serve a more diverse population, and increase economic and social well-being by providing more women with stable and lucrative careers. Find out more at www.ncwit.org.

    Nancy Kiernan Bell
    Email:  kiernann@chelmsford.k12.ma.us


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  • Chelmsford High School Student Wins Massachusetts NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing


    MA NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing Chelmsford High School senior Alisha Mithal has received the Massachusetts NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. The award, sponsored by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), Bank of America, Microsoft, BATEC, and Wellesley College, recognizes young high school women for their computing-related achievements and interests as part of an effort to encourage more young women to choose careers in technology.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:  Nancy Kiernan Bell  Email:  kiernann@chelmsford.k12.ma.us



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  • Chelmsford DECA Students 2016

    9th Chelmsford HS Successfully Competed at the Mass. DECA State Career Development Conference

    Chelmsford HS competed at the Mass. DECA State Career Development Conference March 10-12 in Boston. Over 2000 business students from across the state were in attendance competing in a variety of events. This was by far the most competitive conference the group has ever attended. Three students have earned the right to represent CHS at the DECA International Conference in Nashville, TN April 23-28.
    *The team of Adithya Raajkumar & Ryan Kelly earned 1st place honors in the Financial Services Team Decision Making Event.   They also earned 1st place medallions in the written test, 2nd place medallions in the 1st role play, and 1st place medallions in the 2nd role play.   This is their 2nd year attending the International Conference as a Team.  Raajkumar has qualified all 4 years.  Kelly has qualified 3 years.
    *Jill MacKillop earned 4th Place in the Food Marketing Series Event.

    *Dhruv Shah - Retail Management Series and Jack O' Neill Restuarant & Food Services Marketing were top 10 in their respective categories. O'Neill also earned a 1st place medallion for one of his Role Play scenarios.

    *The Quiz Bowl team of Bria Sutton and Sarah Calnan advanced to the State Quarterfinals.

    All 17 CHS students who were eligible to do so, earned the Massachusetts Certificate of Competency.

    Congratulations to all of our DECA competing students!

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  • Program of Studies 2016 ~ 2017


    For the 2016~2017 Program of Studies, please click here.



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  • CHS Incoming Grade 9 Information Spring 2016 for Fine Arts Classes 


    CHS Incoming Grade 9 Info Spring 2016 from Christy Whittlesey on Vimeo.

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  • Chelmsford In-Tune

    The first annual Chelmsford In-Tune was a major success! The musical showcase occurred Friday, January 15, 2016 at the Performing Arts Center at Chelmsford High School. The event boasted a total of 27 acts, with an intermission, ranging from classical to acapella to rock and even pop! Students and staff from CHS, as well as friends from other towns came together to create this showcase that highlighted all their various talents! The event was hosted by LIME and Interact Club at the high school, run by student leaders Monica Chang, Drew Donoghue, and Elena Mieszczanski with faculty advisors Mr. Matthew Bartos, Ms. Tammy Leary, and Ms. Barbara Taha. The event featured the house band Gale County with member Mr. Steven Courtemanche from the high school. For only $10.00, students, faculty, and others from around the community were able to witness the monumental new event at the high school from 7:00 to 9:30PM. A grand total of over $3000.00 was raised! Not to mention, all proceeds were donated to three great organizations: the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the American Cancer Society, and the CHS Alumni Association. Those that attended the first annual Chelmsford In-Tune were mesmerized and astounded by the sheer amount of talent and the nonstop diversity in musical acts. Chelmsford In-Tune was a huge success this year, and will only get better each year as LIME and Interact continue to run it. Mark it in your calendars! Chelmsford In-Tune is an event not to be missed next year!



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  • TD Garden Hype Video


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  • CHS School Planner 2015 ~ 2016


    For a copy of the 2015 ~ 2016 CHS Student Planner, please click here.
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  • Map for FLEX Day Drop-Off
    Click here for a map of the FLEX Day drop-off route.
    Map for Morning Drop-Off
    Click here for a map of the morning drop-off route.
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