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CHS Music Director John Mastroianni and the CHS Symphonic Band featured on Fox CT - performing Sleigh Ride!

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Chamber Singers Men performing at one of their community performances

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Superintendent's Kindergarten Recommendation

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Canton High School Veteran's Day 2014

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CHS Students participate in Focus on Canton's Neighbors Helping Neighbors

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Kindergarten Task Force Final Report
October 14, 2014

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Breakfast at the Schools

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Canton High School recognized as a top ten high school in the state by US News and Report

Canton High School was recently ranked # 10 in Connecticut and ranked among the best high schools nationwide.

CHS received the Gold Medal award for the first time ever for its nationwide ranking.

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Spring 2014 Newsletter

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Science Strategic Areas of Growth 2014-2015

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SAT Scores 2014

The Scholastic Aptitude Test is a pre-admission aptitude test in Math, Reading, and Writing, accepted by most colleges as part of their college admissions process. It is administered by College Board, the same company that administers the AP (Advanced Placement) Tests, and is developed, published, and scored by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).

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AP Scores 2014

The College Board's Advanced Placement Program (AP) is an extensive program that offers high school students the chance to participate in college level classes, thereby broadening their intellectual horizons and preparing them for college work. It also plays a large part in the college admissions process, showing both a student's intellectual capacity and his or her genuine interest in learning. The program also allows students to earn college credit for high performance; many colleges award 3 credits for scores of 3 or above on various AP exams.

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