Cordova High School

The strength of the pack is the wolf. The strength of the wolf is the pack.


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     1800 Berryhill Road

     Cordova, TN  38016

     Main Office: 416-4540

     School Fax: 416-4545

      Barton Thorne, Principal

     Mary DeGruy, Vice Principal


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  • Free Water

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  • LaToya S. Cameron Memorial Scholarship

    As you already know, LaToya S. Cameron was a long-time school counselor and former teacher at Cordova High School. A scholarship in the amount of $1000 has been created in her memory.

    Scholarship Amount: $1000

    Application Link:

    Application Deadline: April 5, 2021

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  • Congrats, Engineering Students!

    As part of National STEM Day, the University of Memphis Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) student chapter sponsored the Innov8 Distracted Driving Challenge Competition. 

    Three of the high school teams were from Cordova High School. Congratulations, to the following students:

    Principles of Engineering & Technology (1st year): Jheremy Hussey

    Engineering Design I (2nd year): Deven Greene

    Engineering Design II (3rd year): Amarion Cunigan, Cameron Lively, Christopher Mickens, Tahliyah Zuniga

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    The CHS Virtual Parent Forum is February 25, 2021 at 6:00pm. Join the CHS Virtual Parent Forum here.

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  • HBCU Virtual College Fair -March 9, 2021

    Join us for our HBCU Virtual College Fair, March 9, 2021.  Students should register in the HBCU database by going to Follow the instructions below for registration. Please read the HBCU Foundation PowerPoint for more information.

     HBCU Virtual College Fair


    HBCU Awareness Foundation





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  • Congratulations Ms. Brick, Educator of the Week!

    Congratulations to Ms. Brick! She was nominated by a parent for Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. The parent commented, The teacher and her helpers go above and beyond to ensure the children in her class have everything they need and so much more. She brings so much joy to the kids. Ms. Brick has even made it a point to visit each one of her kids from her vehicle because she misses them a great deal. To hear more about Ms. Brick, her students and the parent's comment go to Educator of the Week .

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  • Congratulations, to our HOSA students and their teachers! 

    Congratulations to the  students who competed virtually with Tennessee HOSA for regionals. We are so proud of all of the students who gave it their all. They following students will move on  to  state competition.

    Xavier Monger  4th place Cultural Diversities and Disparities

    Xiaolei Wu 2nd Place Medical Assisting 

    Andrew Dear  2nd Place Physical Therapy 

    Ta'Nala Lance  4th place Medical Spelling 

    Kira Stevenson  Advanced Level Healthcare Issues Exam

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  • Students are you looking for work?

    Gameday Baseball and USA Stadium are gearing up for baseball season! Each spring, summer, and fall, we are pleased to hire high school and college students to work a variety of positions such as, concessions, gate, grounds crew, and score-keeping. Earn spending money while practicing public relations skills. For more information contact Josh Graves at


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  • Congratulations, to our DECA students and their teachers!

    The following DECA members have made it to DECA State Competition. We are so proud of them. We had higher scores this year than we have had in the last couple.
    Tevin Wooten - 1st Place - Entrepreneurship
    Ahmad Al-sadoun/Shima Abdulhakim - 2nd Place - Marketing Management
    Jazmene Chatman - 2nd Place - Retail Merchandising
    Xavier Monger - 2nd Place - Personal Finance
    Caniya Fox - 3rd Place - Business Services Marketing
    Robert Brown - 4th Place - Principles of Business Management
    Steven Conrad/Jada LeFlore - 4th Place - Sports and Entertainment Marketing
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    Parents and Students-Do you need technical support for your laptops?

    Parents and students, if you're having technical issues with your laptops, please send an email to or for device support! New students and students with broken devices will call Ms. Wooten or email

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  • Attendance Office: 416-2085                         

    Guidance Office: 416-2120

    Registration: 416-2143

    Records: 416-2119

    Bilingual Mentor, Ivan Borgos - 416-2145


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  • Cordova High School Library Media Center

    The CHS Library Media Center provides a variety of resources to teachers and students. The library offers materials in a variety of formats: more than 27,000 books, over 15 periodicals, daily newspapers, online databases, and over 1600 audio visual materials including e-books and digital audio books.

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  • Black History Month Celebrating, "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity"
    Cordova High School celebrates Black History Month 2021 with the national theme "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity." We will have a virtual program during flex period on Friday, February 26th. Our program will include a video montage of Wolfpack family photos. All students, faculty/staff, and their families are asked to email one school-appropriate family photo to (Lisa Bennett, PLC Coach/Title I Coordinator). Photos will only be used for this in-house virtual video program. 
    Students must have an SCS media release form on file for their photos to be included in the video. Family photos can be formal/informal, silly/serious, or professional/amateur (must be school-appropriate). We just want to ensure that our virtual Black History Month program celebrates and represents the diversity and identities of all of our Wolfpack families. Please contact Ms. Bennett (Black History Month Coordinator) at or (731) 410-7126 if you have questions.
    The Black Family
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  • Regions Riding Forward Essay Contest

    Submit a story about a Black American who has served as an inspiration. That essay can then lead to a $3,500 or $5,000 college scholarship.

    Here’s how the contest works:

    • Now through March 31, high school seniors and undergraduate college freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to submit 500-word essays honoring a Black American who has been an inspiration in the applicant’s life.
    • Essays will be judged by an independent panel, with winners announced by Regions later this summer. Winning essays will also be published on
    • Scholarships will include a total of 15 awards of $5,000 each for high school winners and 15 awards of $3,500 each for winners who are currently enrolled as college students.
    • One high school winner and one college winner will be selected from each of the 15 states served by Regions branches.

    Information, rules and entry forms more can be found on

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  • Memphis Soul Prize Poetry Contest

    The 2021 Memphis Soul Prize poetry contest will be held February 16th-26th. Students will have one week to write poems about Memphis (Feb. 16th-19th). Voting will take place the following week. We will select one finalist from Cordova High School to compete with other schools. How do I participate? This year's theme is HOPE. Write a poem about Memphis. Email ASAP for more information.

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  • CHS Choir Winners for All Southwest Tennessee Junior Choir and All-State Honor Choir!
    Congratulations to the following Ensemble winners for the All-Southwest Tennessee Junior High Choir:
    Natalya Crosby- 6th chair 1st Soprano
    Eric Marston- 9th chair 1st Tenor
    Jared Wright- 2nd chair Bass 2
    Congratulations to members of the advanced Chamber Singers who auditioned for the All-State Honor choir:
    1st Soprano
    9 Chair SSAA- Elise Golden 3 in sight reading
    5th Alternate- Ariel Peoples 3 in sight reading
    2nd Soprano
    4th Chair SATB- Kayla Prather- 5 in sight reading
    9th Chair SSAA- Christal Harris- 4 in sight reading
    1st Alto
    1st Alternate- Davaja Rivers- 5 in sight reading
    2nd Alto
    9th Chair SSAA- Raimiah Saulsberry- 4 in sight reading
    1st Tenor
    3rd Chair SATB- Brian Lacey- 4 in sight reading
    3rd Chair TTBB- Antonio Hardin- 5 in sight reading
    4th Chair SATB- Beldon Partson- 5 in sight reading
    6th Chair- TTBB- Derrick Dotson- 3 in sight reading
    5th Alternate- Kofi Banning
    2nd Tenor
    5th Chair SATB- Dantrel Taylor- 5 in sight reading
    5th Chair TTBB- Camren Jones
    1st Alternate- Kaivon Jeems- 5 in sight reading
    1st Bass
    2nd Chair SATB- Benjamin Nguyen- 5 in sight reading
    5th Chair SATB- Cameron Rodgers- 5 in sight reading
    2nd Bass
    4th Chair TTBB- Turell Tate- 5 in sight reading
    3rd Alternate- Unzell Heard
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  • Parents are you feeling overwhelmed with virtual learning? 

    Feeling overwhelmed with virtual learning? Join our conversation February 25, 2021 on Microsoft Teams. Visit our Parent Resource page to learn more about the Parent Avengers program.


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Principal's Corner


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    Wolf Credo

     Respect the elders.

    Teach the young.

    Cooperate with the pack.

    Play when you can.

    Hunt when you must.

    Rest in between.

    Share your affections.

    Voice your feelings.

    Leave your mark!

    -Del Goetz


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