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Rick Berry, CHS Principal     A Message from the CHS Principal, Mr. Rick Berry



CHS Mission Statement

The mission of Canadian High School is to achieve academic excellence by establishing high expectations, providing a safe learning environment, developing character, and preparing students for the future.

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Christian Webb represented Canadian High School in the all region orchestra tryouts on Tuesday in Amarillo and placed for the third consecutive year against 4A and 5A schools.  She will perform with the all region orchestra on December 6th at the Amarillo Globe News for the Performing Arts.

Credit by Exam Schedule


Testing Window        Order Deadline

4th Quarter                December 8-12           November 10

1st Quarter                February 23-27           January 26

2nd Quarter               May 18-22                   April 20

3rd Quarter                July 6-10                      June 8


The purpose of the credit-by-examination program is to allow students to accelerate to courses that will challenge them without having to take pre-requisites that cover information they have already mastered.  See the campus counselor for more information. 

   Two Types of Credit-by-Examination:

1) Acceleration:    

Students that score at least 80% on any exam can attain subject acceleration/credits.  In order to qualify, a student cannot have any prior instruction in the grade level or course for which they are seeking credit.  A student may not attempt to earn credit by examination for a specific high school course more than two times. The test score will be entered in the student's transcript and the student will not be required to take the end-of-course assessment for that subject.

 2) Recovery:          

A student may be given credit for an academic subject in which he or she had some prior instruction if the student scores at least 70% on a criterion-referenced test approved by the school district board of trustees for the applicable course. 


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