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Boerne Samuel V. Champion
High School

CHS Named One of America's
Top 500 High Schools!

Champion High School has been named among the top 500 public high schools in the country by a newly released Newsweek study.  CHS is joined on the list by Boerne High School, making Boerne ISD one of the only multiple-high school districts in the nation to have all its schools on the prestigious list.

In developing "America's Top High Schools 2014," the magazine reviewed data from almost 14,500 schools across the nation in developing a short list of 4,400. The top 500 schools were evaluated based on criteria that included students' college readiness, graduation rates and other factors.

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Charger Band Earns Three Trophies at Competition


   For most people, when they think of October, they think of costumes, candy, and pumpkin spice lattes, but what they don’t know is that October also happens to be the prime time for marching band competitions. On Saturday, October 11, the Champion Charger Marching Band performed at the 10th Annual Harlandale Marching Festival and won Best Brass, Best Woodwinds, and 1st place in the 5A division.

   The band has spent weeks preparing for the October competitions with both before and after school practices, rehearsing the show up to eight hours a week. The show this year is entitled “Zombie Apocalypse,” featuring the music from “The Walking Dead,” Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” and “Zombie” from the Cranberries. The band immediately captures the audience’s attention in the opener with eerie vocals, creepy color guard maneuvers, and different sections of the band moving into positions imitating the dead arising from the grave. Throughout the show, band members are slowly infected and find themselves coming to a climactic death.

   The day of the competition, the marchers were in the band hall and ready by 12:15, awaiting the two hour bus ride to Harlandale. After the bus ride, the band had to quickly get into their uniforms, grab their instruments and flags, and warm up before being ushered into the stadium. The judges were soon in place and the words “Drum Majors, is your band ready?” boomed over the loudspeaker. With that, the drum majors completed a prideful salute and resumed attention. It was time for the performance. The band tried their hardest and put on an amazing show, impressing the judges.

   Several hours and many other bands later, it was time for the results. Drum majors and color guard captains were asked to report to the field for awards. The anticipation of band members was palpable, but all their hard work paid off. Champion Band’s name was announced not once or twice, but three times, winning Best Brass, Best Woodwinds, and 1st place overall. The band will attend its UIL competition on October 18 in hopes of getting sweepstakes for the 23rd consecutive year.  


by Kaitlyn Reid, senior reporter for The Hoof Print (CHS online newspaper)


Our Campus

201 Charger Boulevard
Boerne, Texas 78006

Phone: 830-357-2600

Principal:  Jodi Spoor, Ph.D.
Vice Principals: Cory Bell, Scott Byrd
Academic Dean: Eddie Ashley 

Bell Schedule:  
    First Bell:  8:50 a.m.
    Tardy Bell:  8:55 a.m.
    Release Bell:  4:00 p.m.
    Full Bell Schedule
    A/B Schedule Calendar 

Office hours:  8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Daily Announcements

News and Events

  • Tuesday, October 21, 2014
    • Individual Student Picture RETAKES - Aud. - before/after school and during both lunches
    Wednesday, October 22, 2014
    • Girls Basketball Parent Meeting, 6:00 pm in the gym classroom
    • Individual Student Picture RETAKES - Aud. - before/after school and during both lunches
    Thursday, October 23, 2014
    • BPA Voca People Performance - Aud. - 7:30pm
  • Thursday, November 6, 2014
    • 2014 College Fair 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
    Monday, November 24, 2014
    • Student Holiday - Teacher Choice
    Tuesday, November 25, 2014
    • Student Holiday - Teacher Choice
    Wednesday, November 26, 2014
    Thursday, November 27, 2014
    Friday, November 28, 2014

Mission Statement

In the heart of a champion reigns a commitment to success driven by responsibility and self-direction.  The Samuel V. Champion High School community will create a safe and intellectually stimulating environment in which each student is continuously challenged to become a champion – an ethical, life-long learner capable of excelling in a rapidly evolving global culture.

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