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What Are Students Saying About CHS?
Many exciting things happen everyday in the classrooms of Coweta High School. Here's a look at what the students are saying about their learning experiences at CHS:
"One of the best things about being a student at Coweta High School is how much the teachers care about your well-being and your education. All the teachers are willing to go an extra step to see you succeed."
"What I like about Coweta High School is how friendly the staff and students are. The teachers genuinely care about how well you are doing in class and also out of school. The students are just as kind as the teachers. The students are easy to talk to and are fun to be around."
"I have been going to Coweta since kindergarten, and one of my favorite parts of CHS is the way teachers are always willing to help me. All of the teachers show respect to students and get them prepared for college. I thank Coweta High School for preparing me for college and helping me reach my goals!"
Coweta Model UN Club sent 17 students to the 50th Annual Arkansas Model United Nations Conference at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR, on November 20-21. They represented delegations from Spain, Belarus and the Czech Republic on committees dealing with economic, social, political and humanitarian issues. There were approximately 600 students in attendance from Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and Oklahoma. Senior Andrew Pearson was named Outstanding Delegate Honorable Mention for his work on the Security Council. Other Coweta students were Baylie Magee, Taron Mills, Sierra Posey, Taylor Humphrey, Taylor Ramsey, Chloe Waters, Kaydon Horn, Jake Thompson, Kameron Richards, Nick Jacuk, Kyle Ramsey, Bryce Usrey, Dalton Strahan, Quentin Webster, Andrew Honeycutt, and Solomon Cornell. Special thanks to the Coweta Education Foundation which provided a grant to pay the registration fee so the delegates could attend this year's conference. Faculty advisors were Les Kern, Ariel Albright and Michele Usrey. Students are already making plans for a return trip next year where they will represent the countries of Morocco, Vietnam and Iceland.