CCHS Yearbook Club to host ‘There’s No Place Like Home’ reception  in honor of the district’s 75th anniversary

Colonie Central High School’s Yearbook Club is excited to announce the upcoming “There’s No Place Like Home” reception in honor of the district’s 75th anniversary. This special event will coincide with the performances of “The Wizard of Oz” at the Mark Cornell Auditorium on Saturday, March 16. In support of CCHS Line ‘n Cue and …

Colonie Central High School’s Line ‘n Cue Presents “The Wizard of Oz”

Colonie Central High School’s Line ‘n Cue theater group is set to bring the magic of “The Wizard of Oz” to life on stage this March. The beloved classic by L. Frank Baum will be performed on Thursday, March 14 at 7 p.m., Friday, March 15 at 7 p.m., and Saturday, March 16 at both …

CCHS Senior named Finalist in the 2024 National Merit® Scholarship Program

Colonie Central High School senior, Ryan Staley, has achieved the impressive status of being named a Finalist in the 2024 National Merit® Scholarship Program. The announcement was made earlier this week by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, based in Evanston, IL. This prestigious recognition is part of a nationwide competition that offers nearly $28 million …

Celebrating Kindness: iCare Students Seek Nominations for Kind Human of the Year

In a world where kindness often goes unnoticed, our Colonie Central High School  iCare students are on a mission yet again to shine a spotlight on the unsung heroes among us. The nomination window is now open for this year’s Kind Human of the Year award. Nominate someone now.  It all began with a simple …

Garnet and Gold: iCare annual chili cook-off raises $3,750; Proceeds to benefit ALICE Project and Things of My Very Own

Colonie Central High School (CCHS)  iCare program hosted its 10th annual Chili Cook-off event on Friday, Jan. 26, raising $3,750 for current iCare partners: The United For ALICE Project and Things of My Very Own. The ALICE Project, a nationwide initiative, focuses on aiding families who earn just above the Federal Poverty Level, while Things …

South Colonie Musicians perform at Suburban Council Music Festival

Twenty-five South Colonie music students performed at the Suburban Council Music Festival held at Columbia High School on January 12 and 13. The South Colonie music program is honored to have so many students participating in this year’s music festival! Over 300 students, grades 6-12, from Albany, Averill Park, Ballston Spa, Bethlehem, East Greenbush, Guilderland, …

South Colonie Board of Education now accepting nominations for the Colonie Central High School Hall of Fame Class of 2024

The Board of Education Hall of Fame committee is now accepting nominations for the Colonie Central High School Hall of Fame Class of 2024. The deadline to submit applications is March 8. The Board of Education selection committee will meet in late April to make its selections and Hall of Fame inductees will be announced …

Legacy Chronicles: From student to educator to administration, Mr. Thomas Kachadurian shares his Colonie experience.

The fourth episode of the Legacy Podcast series has now been released. In this episode we sit down with the high school executive principal, Thomas Kachadurian, where he talks about his time as a student at Colonie to what it’s like now as an administrator following in similar footsteps to those of his father.  South …

CCHS iCare students partner with 99.5 The River to make prom dreams come true

  South Colonie is thrilled to announce the commencement of the “Pay Less for the Dress” campaign, a collaborative effort with the popular local radio station, 99.5 The River. This month-long collection event, running until Feb. 8, is dedicated to gathering donations of gently used or new prom dresses, with the intent of later selling …

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