Cottondale High School
Together we learn. Forever we succeed.
Cottondale High School is committed to providing a safe and challenging environment through a cooperative effort of school and community. This is conducive to the development of life-long learners who are capable of living productive lives in our ever-changing, complex world.
Parents and Teachers: Helpful FSA resources and new Florida Students Achieve Website.
FSA Writing Parent Letter click on Latest News or Highlights to read letter
Parents: Do you have questions about the Florida Standards? Click to go to the Florida Dept of Education website to learn more!!
Please join us for FloridaShines’ Virtual College Week April 4-6, 2017. The FREE three-day event will provide school counselors, students and parents with information about college admissions, financial aid, career planning and much more. The event speakers are experts from Florida’s colleges and universities, and they are ready to share their knowledge. Visit VirtualCollegeWeek.org for more information.
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS
School Advisory Council Meeting on February 23rd at 3:30 in Library
Governor Scott has announced the 2017 Black History Month (click) student contests and educator awards, and the window is now open for submissions! The awards are cash prizes and three 4-year Florida College Prepaid Scholarships.
Presidents Day-February 20th No School
Teacher In-Service Day- February 21st No School
FFA Week February 18th-24th
Spring Sports Schedules Available click on Calendar
FSA ELA Writing Test Dates:
Feb. 28th: 6th & 7th grade (paper-based test) and 8th grade (computer)
March 1st: 10th grade and retakes
March 2nd: 9th grade
The CHS FFA has it's own web page!!! Click here
The JCSB voted on the Instructional Calendar for the 2015-16 School Year on Tuesday, April 21st. To see a copy of the calendar please click on Latest News.
Parents and Stakeholders: To view the 2013-2014 School Public Accountability Reports for Jackson County Schools click the link below:
Selective Service Registration: It is the LAW that men ages 18-25 must register for selective service. Go to www.sss.gov to register.
Information for Student Athletes Regarding Physicals