Cordova High School

Official page of Cordova High School (Cordova, TN)

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Join us for Cordova choir’s Fall Concert

Photos from Cordova High School's post 09/15/2022

Another awesome day and event at Cordova High School. Thank you to this team of anti -bullying campaigners for coming out to show our students some of their BMX moves! The kids really enjoyed it!


📢Calling all Parents, Students, Teachers, Staff and community members to come out to our 1st PTO meeting of the 22-23 School year! Come out and see what Cordova High School is all about and take advantage of the opportunity to get involved! We hope to see you there!

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CONGRATULATIONS 🎉 Wolfpack on being a Level 5 school! Hard work and dedication surely pays off!
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Today for BHM we look back on the life and legacy of Zora Neale Hurston • was an American author, anthropologist, and filmmaker. She portrayed racial struggles in the early-1900s American South and published research on hoodoo. The most popular of her four novels is Their Eyes Were Watching God, published in 1937.
•She attended Howard University for a year and got a scholarship to Barnard College where she studied Anthropology.
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Photos from Cordova High School's post 02/15/2022

At CHS we continue the month with more Black History Month activities!! We have both our “Wolfpack Workouts” starting up today and Our Black Business expo which takes place later this week!!! Check us out!! 🐺💚

Photos from Cordova High School's post 02/15/2022

Prom season is well underway at CHS! Thank you to our very own Mrs. Lumpkins and the Prom Squad for helping with this Valentine’s Day ❤️ “promposal”❣️We hope these students enjoy their prom! 🐺💚


Today, I would like to esteem Mr. Thurgood Marshall.
•Thurgood Marshall was a civil rights crusader. A man who was involved in ending legal segregation and later became the first African American Justice of the Supreme Court
•After graduating with honors from Lincoln University, Marshall applied to the University of Maryland Law School but was denied simply because he was African American. So, he traveled for an hour daily to Howard University Law School. ​
•Marshall started a private practice in Baltimore in the early 1930’s where he represented the local NAACP chapter in a successful lawsuit that challenged the University of Maryland Law School over its segregation policy.
• 1936, Marshall became the NAACP chief legal counsel succeeding his mentor, Charles Huston. The NAACP’s initial goal was to funnel equal resources to black schools.


Today at CHS we are honored to highlight activist Elaine Brown!
Brown was The First woman to lead The Black Panthers, an author, song writer, and a political figure during her life time
•It was August 1974, and Elaine Brown ,was taking over as chair of the Black Panther Party, the first and only woman to lead the revolutionary organization. She was chosen to lead the Panthers by founder Huey Newton
•Brown ran for city council in Oakland twice, once in 1973 and once in 1975. In 1977 she managed Lionel Wilson’s successful campaign to become the first black mayor of Oakland.​
• She helped set up the first Free Breakfast for Children program in Los Angeles as well as its first Free Busing to Prison’s Program and Free Legal Aid Program. In 2007, she declared herself a candidate for the Green party in 2008 presidential election,


Henrietta Vinton Davis
•An American elocutionist, dramatist, and impersonator. ​
•She was also considered to be the physical, intellectual, and spiritual link between the abolitionist movement of the Frederick Douglass era and the African Redemption Movement of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL).​
•At the first international UNIA convention in 1920, she was elected as International Organizer​
• In 1920, Henrietta Vinton Davis established the Black Cross Nurses (BCN) in Philadelphia​
•Davis was elected and served as President-General of the UNIA, Inc. from 1934-1940


We are PROUD to announce the kickoff of our Black History Month festivities here at Cordova High School! There will be activities all month long, including an African-American spotlight each day in the month of February! Stay tuned for highlights of our daily celebrations of African-American heritage!!!


Q&A conducted by Coach Terrance Ayers Jr. w/ Senior ATH Chris Randolph, Senior ATH Jeremiah Jordan and Senior DE/TE Jarel Savage


Senior ATH Chris Randolph, Senior ATH Jeremiah Jordan and Senior DE Jarel Savage; all sit down with Head Football Coach Marcus Wimberly for a candid Q&A for senior week.


Latoya S. Cameron Scholarship Foundation applications are now available. These scholarships are for $1000 and you must be a Shelby County Schools student to apply. Go to


Happy School Board Appreciation Week! Cordova High School thanks you for all you do!
Cordova High is proud of our School Board representative, and Cordova High School graduate, Sheleah Harris, and the work she does to improve public education for everyone! We thank you for all you do to support Cordova High.
Cordova High School students, faculty and staff benefit every day from the leadership and vision of our School Board. Thank you Sheleah Harris for representing us so well!
Shout out to our School Board Member, Sheleah Harris!
Happy School Board Appreciation Week.

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