8:10 a.m.- 3:13 p.m.
The CHS Step Team performed at Saturday's Callaway vs Troup basketball game where the CHS boys defeated Troup 62-60. The step team is coached by CHS alumnus, Destinie Thomas.
Several members of the Callaway High Varsity Basketball Cheerleading squad pose for a picture at a recent game. The squad is under the direction of Coach Destinie Thomas, a former Cavalier Cheerleader and a graduate of Miles College in Birmingham, Alabama.
Callaway High School Physical Science students wrapped up the semester with project-based learning. Students constructed the rockets from paper and launched them with pressurized air from an air compressor. Their goal was to design and build a rocket with the least air resistance so it would travel the greatest distance when launched. The winning rocket traveled over 173 ft. Pictured here is Edward Daniel, from Mrs. Wiggins' 5th period, working intently on his air rocket.
Coach Deyano Martin and the Callaway High School varsity girls basketball team gather during a time out in their recent game against LaGrange. Callaway will be in action on Saturday night, January 7, when they take on Troup at CHS.
The CHS Christmas Concert was held in the small gym on December 8, 2011. Students from guitar, chorus and band classes at CHS performed a variety of holiday selections such as "Away in a Manger," "Greensleeves," "In the Bleak Midwinter," "Sounds of Season," and "Christmas Fugue." Pictured here is the CHS Chorus performing "Grandma's Killer Fruitcake" under the direction of band director, Adam Wamsley.
CHS Key Club is collecting Coats for kids. Help keep a child warm this season by donating your gently used or new coats by December 9th. Coats may be dropped off in the Coats for Kids box located at the front of the school.
Callaway High School students recently participated in a photography contest in honor of Teen Week Read. For the contest students made photographic depictions of popular young adult novels. The photographs were submitted at the national level for judging by noted young adult author Jay Asher. School staff members, Dr. Janet Greer & Mr. John Lawrence from LaGrange College selected three school winners for the contest (shown below).
Callaway Award (top left): Chelsea Scott, Sisters Red; Principal's Award (top right) Raven Faulk, New Moon; Best Overall (bottom): Leslie Ann Hutchins, If I Stay