January 21, 2021
Dear CCHS Students, Parents, Faculty and Staff,

As announced when the 2020-21 school year began, the last day of school for freshmen, sophomores and juniors for the 2020-21 school year is Friday, June 11, 2021. Seniors are scheduled to graduate on Friday, May 28, 2021.

This year, traditional semester-end exams will not be administered. Instead, all classes (except AP classes) will take semester-end assessments. These assessments will be graded as tests as part of the fourth quarter.

Assessment tests will be given during the scheduled exam times and will last a minimum of one hour. 

The schedule is as follows:

Monday, June 7
              7:40: A Period classes
              10:00: B Period classes
Tuesday, June 8
              7:40: C Period Classes
              10:00: D Period Classes

Wednesday, June 9
              7:40: E Period Classes
              10:00: F Period Classes

Thursday, June 10
              7:40: G Period Classes
              10:00: Make up Assessments

Friday, June 11
              7:40: Make up Assessments

As with all finals, these assessments are mandatory and any exception to the assigned date and time must be approved by Mr. Belk. 

Students who are remote leaners may take the assessments from home.

Students may leave campus when they complete each assessment. Any student who wishes to remain on campus between exams to study will remain socially distanced. The cafeteria and library will be open for students to study.

Kurt Telford, Principal
Our mission: Charlotte Catholic High School is an educational community centered in the Roman Catholic faith, which teaches individuals to serve as Christians in our changing world