CHHS ready for challenges, opportunities of growth

Assistant Principal Brenda Case said she is looking at Center Hill High School’s growth in two ways.

“We are definitely growing in numbers, which will bring challenges as well as provide opportunities to work together for the good of all of our students,” said Case, who noted enrollment is now at 1,066. CHHS had 1,000 students last year.

Not only is Case delighted to have the returning students, but also the new members of the Mustang family. The upcoming freshman class, which is just over 270 students, may be a little nervous about entering high school, but Case said they seem generally excited for the new school year.

“Freshman orientation went great,” she said, adding that she feels “good and confident” about the school year for all students.

The CHHS administration also includes Principal Doug Payne and Assistant Principal Zack Sims.