• USC is offering a free pre-participation exam this Saturday at Williams Brice Stadium. Forms can be picked up at Chapin High

  • Athletic physicals scheduled for April 26 have been cancelled

  • Congratulations to Megan Rinehart on winning first place in Lexington Medical Center's Art of Healing competition!

  • Congratulations to Yonie Penev for receiving the Archibald Rutledge Scholarship!

  • USC will be holding the Give It Up For Good yard sale on May 24th from 8-1 at the Greene St. Intramural Field.

  • Come out to support I AM WE at the Black Out Bullying bowling night at Anchor Lanes on May 9 from 6-8.

  • Congratulations to Aaron Martin and Emily Franklin for being awarded outstanding soloist!

  • Jostens will be on campus for the last time on Wednesday April 30 from 11 to 1. Any balance must be paid to pick up orders.

  • Don't miss out on the last Choir concert of the year on May 1st at 7:30 at Chapin Presbyterian Church

  • Junk to Funk will be held on April 24th in the old gym at 6:30 tickets are $5. Make sure to come out and support the CHS arts

  • Congratulations to Shaleighya Sulton for setting the new shot put record of 42 ft at the girls track meet.

  • Congratulations to Morgan Weaver for setting the new school record for the long jump of 15ft!

  • Prom will be held on May 3rd at 8PM at the Columbia Conference Center. Tickets can be ordered in room 202 until April 23rd.

Zandi wins state in shot put

June 2, 2011
Filed under Sports

Shot put seems like an easy event to participate in.  However, many people do not know what it is.  Shot Put involves throwing a heavy ball as far as possible.  Not only does someone have to throw the ball, there are many rules... Read more »

CHS students commit to college athletics

Frank Dart

May 4, 2011
Filed under News, Sports

Most high school senior athletes often dream about making into to college level ball. This year several players have been able to make that dream a reality  Some notable student-athletes at CHS that have committed to playing... Read more »

Will Norris

April 28, 2011
Filed under Sports

Running around kicking a checkered print ball is what first comes to the minds of many when they think of soccer. Soccer is a lot more than just a game to the Chapin Varsity boy’s team and in particular to sophomore Will Norris... Read more »

Rec league offers fun for athletes

Lexie Ricard

April 28, 2011
Filed under Sports

Who wants to be serious while playing sports?  Sports are supposed to be about having fun while getting a little exercise and some students have decided rec league is the right fit for them. For many years, Crooked Creek Park... Read more »

Wallace nears 100 wins

ASHLEY BAUER

April 28, 2011
Filed under Sports

Alex Wallace has been on the Chapin High School Varsity guys' tennis team since the seventh grade.  As the number two player on the team, Wallace has amassed over 85 wins and has his sights on 100 by season’s end.  Coach... Read more »

No. 1 recruit Clowney picks Gamecocks

Frank Dart

March 28, 2011
Filed under Sports

After 12 extra days of examining his future as a football player, star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney announced to the world that he would play his college ball at the University of South Carolina.  Clowney was one of very few... Read more »

Hungry to Win

Hungry to Win

March 28, 2011

More play-in games…good or bad?

Frank Dart

February 14, 2011
Filed under Sports

Nobody pays any attention to the measly play-in game in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Right?  If you don't, you should start.  With a new deal in place to begin in the 2011 tournament, the NCAA has agreed to have four... Read more »

Football Wrap Up

Football Wrap Up

December 10, 2010

CHS Varsity Wrestling Preview

Frank Dart

December 6, 2010
Filed under Sports

The Chapin Varsity Wrestling Team will soon be kicking off the 2010-2011 season under new Head Coach, and former Assistant Coach, Logan Kubik.  This young team, returning only five seniors, will have a legitimate shot at competing... Read more »