Information for Students & Parents

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Student Accounts
All students have Office 365 and Google accounts for school purposes. With parent permission, students may also have an Office365 Outlook email account. Visit the Media Center page for complete instructions and links to manage your password and log into your student accounts.

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FOCUS Parent Portal
Log into FOCUS to keep up to date on your student's attendance, assignments, grades, and more. If you don't know your login information, please see Mrs. Kennedy in the H-Building Office.

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Visit this page for nformation specifically for seniors such as senior packages, senior events, project graduation, and how to sign up for senior messages from Mr. Sansone and Mr. Haynes.

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College & Career Ready
Plan for your future after high school. Learn about upcoming college visits, scholarships, volunteer opportunities, ASVAB testing, and much more.

School Advisory Council (SAC)
The School Advisory Council (SAC) is comprised of parents, students and CHS staff members who are dedicated to the continued development and maintenance of quality educational programs at Charlotte High School.

More Infomation & Meeting Dates

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Fighting Tarpon Spirit Shop

Your Tarpon Spirit Shop is open on Fridays during all lunches and is located in the main concourse. Purchase your Charlotte High gear and show your school spirit. You may also purchase Tarpon apparel online through our Sideline Store. Items purchased in the Sideline Store may not be returned.

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Parking on Campus is a Privilege

All students who wish to park on campus must have a permit. Students who apply must be free of obligations and bring the following items to Mrs. Kennedy in the H-Building office: a copy of their driver’s license, registration, insurance information, Parking Agreement signed by student and parent, and Parking Application. Parking permits are $25 which can be paid by cash or check.

  • Parking Agreement
  • Parking Application

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    Code of Student Conduct

    This document provides an understanding of the rights and responsibilities of all students, the rules relating to daily behavior, and the consequences for violation of those rules.

    Code of Student Conduct

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    CHS Student ID Cards

    Students are expected to wear their ID and lanyard each day. Students receive an ID and CHS lanyard on picture day in the fall. Any students who miss picture day or enroll after picture day should go to the Media Center to have an ID made.

    If an ID is lost or needs repair, students should stop by the Media Center to get their ID or lanyard repaired or replaced. The first student ID/lanyard and the first replacement ID/lanyard are free. Students needing additional IDs or lanyards will pay $2 for an ID and $1 for a lanyard.