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Cosby High School
Cosby High School serves grades 9-12 and is located in the Matoaca magisterial district of Chesterfi
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Congratulations to our cheer team!
Our health science students did a great job speaking about our program at the Specialty Center Open House on Monday at Clover Hill. There is another opportunity to learn about the program on Thursday.
Tomorrow before school is the final opportunity to purchase Homecoming tickets. Tickets are $10 each; students can only purchase tickets for themselves and an approved guest. Tickets will be on sale in the school store from 8-8:30.
But your student rides the bus and you’re worried about a late bus keeping them from the fun on Saturday night? Never fear, we will sell tickets to bus riders as they arrive until the very last bus has arrived tomorrow.
Saturday night please make sure your student arrives with ticket(s) complete with signatures, photo ID, and their dancing shoes 🤗
Homecoming week is upon us! Today was the door competition and it was certainly tough to choose a winner.
Senior convocation was a wonderful celebration for Class of 2024: Seniors Once, Titans Forever
We are so excited for our 80 Titans who completed training this week to serve as Peer Leaders in the new Sources of Strength program!
Having a great time meeting families at our Back to School Night open house tonight!
Our unified PE class had a great time the other day playing outside when the weather was a little cooler!
We had a spirited start to the year with a pep rally last Friday and we look forward to our next pep rally closer to Homecoming! Roll Titans! (thank you to the SCA for all their hard work with these events and photo credit to Cosby student Seth T)
The Cosby admin team hopes to see you tonight for the home opener Varsity football game against Thomas Dale (7 PM kickoff time). Remember it’s a Hawaiian theme so rock your best Hawaiian shirt or lei. Tickets are $10 and you can purchase through Gofan or at the gate.
Everyone is doing a great job learning the new traffic patterns for the 23-24 school year! We have had morning drop off cleared out well before the first bell each morning, and the afternoon lot has been essentially empty by 3:25. A couple quick reminders based on the first few days:
1. Remember that in the morning, if a parent is driving up the Hull St side driveway, they should proceed through the flag pole loop. Please do not turn into the student lot from that side and make the immediate left to drive up toward door 1; it creates an additional merge spot and unnecessary vehicles inside the student lot where people are also trying to walk.
2. If a parent is dropping off along the loop from the stadium side entrance, please make sure you drop off before you reach the corner by the door 1 flagpole loop. You can drop off anywhere you are adjacent to sidewalk along that loop.
3. Students, if you are being dropped off or parking in the front lot near the flagpole loop, please stay on the sidewalks. Do not cross through the street or loop cutting off traffic. This is safest for you and quickest for traffic. Additionally, student drivers, please be mindful of the moving vehicles and make good decisions as you’re walking to or from your vehicle.
4. Finally, remember that the afternoon pattern is identical to last year. Parent pick up makes a right into the student lot from the Hull St side driveway and completes a loop around the lot, exiting with a left turn back onto the front driveway toward Fox Club Pkwy. Students and parents exiting the lot through the back opening by the band tower need to stay to their right as they turn onto the front driveway so parent pick up arriving after 3 is still able to turn right into the student lot.
Officer LaBello is monitoring traffic on Fox Club Pkwy and is making adjustments based on the conditions (ie. Actively directing traffic at times, allowing left turns once it is no longer an impediment to the flow of traffic, etc.). Please be mindful of and patient with all of the faculty supporting the traffic pattern in our lot; they are doing their best to support a safe and efficient experience for the community.
If you would like to review the slideshow for additional support with the traffic patterns, you can access it at this link:
2023-24 CHS Traffic Pattern AM & PM Traffic Pattern Cosby High School 2023-24
Apparently this driver was confused and thought our student lot was the right place to park last night, across a row of spots. Good thing we have so many extras… 👀 🤦🏻♀️ We are aware this is eating up student spots and hope to get it moved ASAP. Thank you for your flexibility, Titans!
We had a great time on Monday welcoming the class of 2027 to Cosby. Freshmen were greeted by our dance team, cheer team, SCA officers, and more! Upperclassmen volunteers took them on tours of the building. They learned about “How to Cosby” from their admin class sponsor, Ms. Fial, and then they got to explore our various club offerings while taking gown pictures, promising themselves that they’ll make it across the stage at Siegel Center in 4 incredibly short years.
Here are more of the new Titan faculty that will be joining us this year!
Cosby Titans Spirit Blanket
Support your Titans and show off your Cosby pride!!
Be the first to show off our NubaySoft Mascot Blanket.
This 80″ X 60″ Fleece Blanket will keep you warm and cozy at those late fall and early spring games.
Athletes love these for those long bus rides to tournaments and playoff games.
Perfect for dorm rooms!!
Estimated delivery date is mid-October – Perfect timing to give as a present during the holidays!!
Cost is $75 (plus service fee)
Sale ends soon!!!
Say hello to some of our new Titans joining the faculty this year 👋🏻
It was a beautiful day at Cosby, but it’s never the same when we don’t have faculty and students with us. In two short weeks we will be welcoming everyone back to the building. Get ready for the best year yet!
With their 100th win in program history, the Cosby girls lacrosse team won the regional championship game this evening over Ocean Lakes
Purple for our Rapids friends and family
Remember, all guest forms are due by 4pm tomorrow (4/19/23), no exceptions. Pick up and drop off of forms is through the front office.
Congratulations to Reese Burroughs on being selected as the first place winner in the senior division in the Virginia Holocaust Museum’s 2023 Survivors: Visual Arts Contest.
She will be recognized at the museum’s annual Yom HaShoah program on Sunday, April 23rd, and her artwork will be on display for the next year.
Congratulations to Cosby’s 2022-2023 Medford team on another great season filled with competition, good sportsmanship, and growth on and off the court for each of our student athletes. Way to represent, Titans!
Way to go, Jenna!
We are still celebrating!! Jenna not only won the 112lb State Title she went 5-0 and did not have a single point scored against her during the entire tournament.
Jenna embraces with her dad, Waylon Anderson, left, and her coach, Mike Stefanko, after winning the 112 pounds weight class in the VHSL Girls State Open Championships on Saturday, February 25, 2023 at Unity Reed High School in Manassas, Virginia.
Thanks Richmond Times Dispatch for the awesome article and picture!!!
Congratulations to the following wrestlers for placing at the Regional Wrestling Tournament. The wrestlers that placed in the top 4 also qualified for the State Wrestling Tournament next weekend.
1st - Eli Cramer (also named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament)
2nd - Matthew Aleman, James Bland
3rd - Jackson Lambert, Dalton Thayer
4th - Tyler Ritz
5th - Daniel Bendl, Jenna Anderson, Zach Padgett
Cosby’s Women’s swim team earned the top spot in the region for the second year in a row, and the Men’s team was region runner up. Congratulations to both teams and to all of the following swimmers specifically, 16 of whom earned spots at States:
200 Free Relay: Boys 3rd (Walker, Gilley, Burkey, Whitescarver); Girls 1st (Seay, Dodd, Stephens, Henry)
200 Free: Carter Whitescarver 4th, Tucker Burkey 7th, Renzo Suarez 15th, Evan Ogletree 16th, Ally Vernon 1st, Charlotte Witthoefft 6th, Anne Vernon 9th, Audrey Sivak 11th
200 IM: Nathan Gilley 4th, Tyler Morgan 14th, Mady Seay 2nd, Lav Rand 5th, Caitlyn Sivak 10th, Ava Sanders 14th
50 Free: Grayson Benjamin 8th, Sebastian Filipek 9th, Lexi Stephens 1st, Emani Henry 6th, Annie Snyder 10th, Becky Palmer 18th
100 Fly: Tucker Burkey 2nd, Tyler Morgan 5th, Grayson Benjamin 8th, Ethan Running 9th, Allison Dodd 1st, Maeve Bryant 4th, Ashlyn Sandlin 6th, Ava Sanders 10th
100 Free: Demetrius Walker 8th, Sebastian Filipek 10th, Griffin Andrews 14th, TYler Klabunde 16th, Ally Vernon 1st, Anne Vernon 6th, Emani Henry 8th, Becky Palmer 12th
400 Free: Carter Whitescarver 5th, Renzo Suarez 17th, Griffin Fibich 18th, Lexi Stephens 1st, Maeve Bryant 10th, Caitlyn Sivak 14th, Emaleigh Garrett 17th
200 Free Relay: Boys 5th (Morgan, Benjamin, Gilley, Filipek); Girls 1st (Henry, Witthoefft, Vernon, Vernon)
100 Back: Demetrius Walker 4th, Grayson Gilbert 6th, Ethan Running 8th, Audrey Sivak 3rd, Mady Seay 4th, Charlotte Witthoefft 7th, Annie Snyder 14th
100 Breast: Nathan Gilley 6th, Griffin Andrews 12th, Tyler Klabunde 18th, Allison Dodd 1st, Lav Rand 2nd, Ashlyn Sandlin 12th, Callie Lambert 17th
400 Free Relay: Boys 4th (Walker, Whitescarver, Burkey, Filipek), Girls 1st (Dodd, Vernon, Stephens, Vernon)
Cosby High is one of just 29 schools nationwide to achieve the Platinum Star School Award, the highest award bestowed by W!se (a national nonprofit dedicated to helping students develop financial literacy).
Congrats to Cosby High economics and personal finance teachers (l-r) Nick Woznyj, Mike Shuman, Pete Mutascio, David Templeton, Elise Sydow and Angela Wagner. Not pictured is Cosby’s lead economics and personal finance teacher Katie Smith.
The newest Cosby mural is officially complete. Stop by the commons to check out this masterpiece. Great job by designer and painter Jayden Rucker and fellow painter, Molly Janousek.
Impromptu winter concert from our orchestra students
See Ms. Braun for details if you’re interested🎨
2 more opportunities to see Cosby’s Titan Theatre Troupe perform the SpongeBob Musical!! You don't want to miss all this Titan talent!
What an incredible day at the James River Veterans Day Invitational! These Titans surpassed their own expectations and won 1st place Sweepstakes Trophies in both Speech and Debate. Also huge thanks and congratulations to their sponsors: Ms. Clark, Mr. Waddell, and Mr. McKeag.
Get answers to your questions at a college application assistance event organized by , Chesterfield County Public Library and GRASP. This free 10 a.m.-noon Nov. 12 session for high school seniors and families will take place at the Central Library (7051 Lucy Corr Blvd.). Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ccps-college-application-assistance-program-2022-tickets-408750292127.
Thank you to everyone who supported this endeavor. Cosby was awarded first place in the denim drive for the second year in a row!
Cosby is proud to share that Mr. Leone was selected as a recipient of a 2022 REB Award for Teaching Excellence, and Ms. Andre was honored as a finalist. These two Titans are truly lifelong learners, and we are confident their students will benefit from their experiences.
Taco Tuesday is so ”been there, done that”. How about Pizza Pre-Wednesday?
It’s a great day for some quilting in the Crafts 3 class with Ms. Dabney
Today our students and faculty had a chance to “say hello” to friends new and old at our Cosby photo booth near the commons. Thank you for a great week and remember, it all starts with one simple word: hello. Make someone feel seen and heard; you never know what friendships you might be starting. Be kind, Cosby Crew!