As we celebrate the Epiphany ("manifestation") of our Lord, may we not only continue to adore Him like the three wise men in prayer but also manifest His light and love to our world.
New Announcements
Remote Learning for the Second Semester: The second semester begins on Wednesday, January 20. The deadline for opting into remote learning is Today, Monday, January 11, 2021.
  • If you opted for the first semester full Remote Learning, please remember that it was for one semester only. You must opt in again by completing the Remote Intent Form. 
  • Any parent who wishes to elect a full semester of Remote Learning for the second semester for their student, please click the link here: Remote Intent Form.

Please read the update from Mr. Telford sent this weekend Click Here

Second Semester Schedules: will be emailed to students over the course of the next several days. If you have not received your semester 2 schedule by Today, Monday, January 11, 2021, please contact your counselor.  Drop/add is from Wednesday, January 20 through Friday, January 22 for semester elective changes only. Students should see their counselor to check on available classes.

Charlotte March for Life: Friday, January 15 is the Charlotte March for Life. Assistant to the chaplain Robbie Bauman and several faculty members are planning on attending the event and invite any interested students to join us as a field trip. There will be a meeting after school today, Monday, January 11 at 2:40 via zoom to discuss. If you have any questions, please email
Meeting ID: 918 3893 4043
Passcode: C4gKje

Friday, January 15 is half day of school and the office will close at 12:30. There is no school Monday, January 18 and Tuesday, January 19 and the school offices will be closed. If you need Driver's Eligibility forms please plan accordingly.
News for CCHS Parents

Sophomore Parent Program: The Counselors will be hosting a Zoom meeting on Friday, January 22 at 8 AM for 10th-grade parents. In this meeting, Counselors will discuss preparing for the road ahead and answer questions from parents. 
Link for Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 883 2674 1288
Passcode: CCHS

Koffee with Kurt: Save the Date for a question and answer session with Principal Telford sponsored by the PTO on Thursday, February 25 at 9:00 AM. Zoom link will be in the Catholic Daily closer to the date.

Amazon Smile: Shopping on Amazon? Support CCHS through the Charlotte Catholic High School Foundation at the same time! Click here to link your account

Save the Date! The 2021 Gala will look a little different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Please plan to join us in supporting Charlotte Catholic’s biggest fundraising event with this year’s Completely Online Gala Giving Week & Auction March 14-18, 2021. All the same ways to support the school, but all online!
Donate an item to the online auction here or contact acquisitions chair Casey Fuller

Last Call for Senior Yearbooks: The cost for the Senior Yearbook is $90.00 and includes the student's engraved name on the book. The books must be purchased by Friday, January 15 as the names are due to the publisher. After January 15, seniors may still purchase an Underclass Book without the name stamp. Submitted by Mrs. Simpson

School Pictures: The proofs from the Underclass picture makeup day are in the front office and available for pickup during office hours.

Please be sure to read the letter regarding remote learning for the second semester. Click Here to read the letter.
Cougar Sports

For contact information for all CCHS Sports Coaches click here: Cougar Coaches
Click here for the CCHS Athletics page and information on specific sports. Athletics
News from CCHS Boosters

Men's and Women's Basketball seasons kick off this week. While there will not be any spectators, you can watch the home games here. Full schedule available here. The live stream for all sports is made possible by the CCHS Boosters.
Counselor's Corner

Click here for contact information: CCHS Counselors

Seniors: Please provide a copy of information regarding any scholarships earned to your counselor. These scholarships will be noted one time in the Catholic Daily on Fridays and the Graduation Program. The name of the scholarship and the school that awarded it will be recognized. The actual dollar amount is not made public though is noted as part of the class total at the end of the school year.

The Silver Pen Writing Competition: Sponsored by the members of The Charlotte Assisted Living community, this competition is open to all high school seniors. An original essay, application and transcript are required. Click Here for the application, due Friday, February 12. There is a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place scholarship award. Any question or concerns contact Operation Support Specialist Meghan Ruona at or 704-815-7334 or see Mrs. Smith in Counseling for a flyer.

We the Students essay contest: The Bill of Rights institute welcomes students to enter this year!
As we prepare to celebrate the birth of Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 15, what better time to reflect on the meaning of equality and justice in our world today? 

To truly explore the question in an essay that is between 500 -800 words, students will need to go beyond "dictionary definitions," and express their understanding and reasoning about the connection between these two principles. This reasoning involves a combination of observation, experience, and some pretty "big ideas." What does it take to understand them? To build toward and maintain them? To see them with regard to each other? Why is this relationship important?

The sixteen student winners will receive a total of $20,000 in scholarship prizes. The deadline for submissions is April 15, 2021. More details including rules and regulations can be found here

SAT PREP ZOOM CLASS: CCHS offers a class in preparation for the March 13 SAT given at CCHS. The class will be held February 13, 20, 27, and March 6 from 8:30-12:30. The fee for the class is $100.00. To register for the class visit the online school store before the deadline of Thursday, February 11. The student must also purchase a NEW 2020 edition of The Official SAT Study Guide with 8 Real Tests ISBN: 978-1457312199 from any source. The virtual classes will be taught by Mrs. Yarussi from the Math department and Mr. Kuhn from the English department for 2 hours each. If you need to miss one of the 4 classes please contact the teachers for materials missed. You will receive an email from the teachers with a zoom link for the class. The student must register for the SAT at if you plan on taking the test on March 13. Please call Celia Smith at 704-716-2403 with any questions. Submitted by: Celia Smith

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE VISITS: The schedule for College Rep Visits may now be found on the Counseling section of the website. Students should register through their Scoir account. Click here for Spring 2021 College Rep Visits 

Scholarships Available: Please click the link to see scholarships applications available:
Campus Ministry

Pro-Life Day at CCHS: On Friday, January 22, the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, CCHS will be having its first annual Pro-Life Day at Charlotte Catholic. The hope is that this will begin an annual tradition that helps nurture a culture of life amongst our community. This will include more time of prayer for our community for the cause of life and an end to abortion, a diaper drive for MiraVia, and more! Please join us in praying for this cause more fervently as the day approaches! If you have any questions, please email

For more on the March for Life 2021, the Weekly Rosary intention, and more, click here.
Quick Resources
Please click here watch the presentation: Discover Charlotte Catholic! Feel free to share with any families of 8th graders who are considering options for high school.
Have a friend or family member interested in attending Catholic?
 To learn more about enrollment or schedule a visit to CCHS, click here:
Unless your student has elected full remote learning or is a temporarily remote learner, students must be on campus in school.
24-hour Attendance Hotline 704-716-2418
24-hour Attendance Hotline: 704-716-2418
  • All remote learning is allowed for students who have elected for the full semester of remote learning.
  • Temporary remote learning is for students who have been notified that they are under a school-mandated quarantine OR for students whose parents have requested and been granted permission due to exposure or an extenuating circumstance. To request permission, please email Mr. Telford at
  • All other students will be marked absent if they are not in school in person.
Bus Service
 For information about the MACS bus service, visit MACS Transportation.
Calendar/Daily Schedule
CCHS Calendar including rotation day

(see page 9)

Instruction time will end at 2:19 PM, however end of day prayer and announcements will begin then, followed by a staggered dismissal. Plans for afternoon carpool and transportation will not change. Students will not begin extracurricular activities before 2:35.
Carpool and Parking Information
The paved and gravel lots are closed for pre-construction work.
There is no parking in these lots this year.
The Catholic Daily
Please keep UP-TO-DATE with daily announcements (The Catholic Daily) and communications from CCHS via email. Senders will be "Charlotte Catholic High School" or Please mark both as safe senders.

Please click the link to find updated policies for submissions for The Catholic Daily.
COVID-19 Information
There are eleven current reported positive cases of Covid-19 among Charlotte Catholic students, faculty and staff.

If your child has been in close contact (within 6 feet for 15 minutes or greater) with any student or staff member who has tested positive for COVID-19, you will be notified directly by the school and/or the appropriate government authority. We will continue to keep you informed.

If a student tests positive for COVID-19
 Please contact CCHS immediately at 704-543-1127. If it is after hours or on the weekend, email

With any questions, contact nurse Kathie Holder at 704-543-1127 or by emailing her at

Please see the protocol on page 23 in the Return to School plan. Any shift in the plan (to hybrid or full remote) would be in consultation with the health department and at the direction of the Diocesan Schools' Office.
Additional resources include:
Drivers Ed Eligibility Forms
Drivers Eligibility forms are available during scheduled office hours.
Inclement Weather
If school is closed, or there is a change to the regular daily schedule due to inclement weather, you will be notified via the email address and telephone number the school has on record.
Remote Learning
Remote Learning Expectations: Please make sure you read the important letter sent from Mr. Telford regarding parent and student expectations for remote learning. Click here to read again: Remote Learning Expectations.
Tuition Assistance
For information on applying for Tuition Assistance through MACS, click here
Visitor Policy
To ensure the health and safety of our school community, we remind our community of our current policy regarding visitors: No visitors, including parents, alumni and volunteers will be allowed inside the main school buildings until further notice without an appointment. This includes Masses. Those with an appointment must be screened. 
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