EOC Incentive Gathering this Thursday
On December 5th, 267 students who scored “Advanced” on the End of Course exams last year will be able to participate in a special event during Seminar. There were 374 “Advanced” scores made by these students in the following exams: Algebra 1, Comm Arts 2, Biology, Government, Algebra 2, Geometry, Comm Arts 1, and American History. Congratulations to these students!
Tiger Tutoring Available
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No Excuses University
Carthage High School was the second high school in the nation to be accepted into the No Excuses University network.
This website is sponsored by the Missouri Association of School Administrators in Jefferson City,Missouri. It is a free service for all Missouri parents and others who have an interest in public education. One of the goals of this website is to provide accurate and timely information directly to the public school parents that will help their children be successful in school.
"Graduation Matters" at Carthage High School. We emphasize the need for planning for graduation as well as for preparing for careers and education after graduation. For a look at career options and assistance in planning for the future, go to our Careers page and to the links provided on that page.
"Carthage High School Students in Plain English"
Click here to view a video created by George Schramm and Arron Davis that epitomizes the typical Carthage High School student.
A Lot to Offer!
Here at Carthage High School we have a lot to offer! In partnership with Crowder College, Carthage High School students may earn an Asociates degree in General Studies while still in High School. As a designated A+ school, it also provides career education, opportunities for job shadowing, and can qualify students who meet state guidelines for two years' tuition at any Missouri community college.
Operating on block scheduling, CHS also has Advanced Placement courses in each of the core subjects, and students may earn dual credit for high school and college.