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The school building may be closed, but the Bluecat News Network team has been hard at work to cover how COVID 19 is changing our world right now. Brock Bouldin is the host of this episode and has some great advice and comments at the end!  It doesn't get more local or focused than this - eve…

Autumn and Daniel host this episode of BNN. You'll learn about the one-in-a-million student, Hannah E. Rose; See highlights of the Livestock Show and the College/Career fair; and Mac and Lenny get ready for Valentine's Day.

The Christmas Show for 2019. Haigen and Brylei host and you'll see highlights of last week's basketball tournament, the details on CHS becoming a 2A school next year, and of course, It's Mac's Wurld.

Coleman High School is now officially selling yearbooks! The yearbook price has not changed in price this year, The early bird price is $40. There is also an online store to pre-order. yearbooks.

Here is the first episode of Season Three of the Bluecat News Network. All the events of Coleman High School - by students, for students. See highlights of the Senior Pep Rally and the CHS Theater production of "The Wizard of Wonderland". And meet our latest feature - "Mac's Wurld."  Enjoy!

Coleman High School graduating Class of 2019 received their diplomas on Friday night in the CHS gymnasium.  These photos were taken by Becky Hohmann, the CHS journalism teacher and yearbook sponsor. Congratulations to these students and good luck in your endeavors! 

Last Friday the Coleman High School faculty held the annual Senior Assembly for the 2019 CHS Graduates.  These photos were taken by Journalism students and provided to Coleman Today by Becky Hohmann. 

These are photos from the Friday afternoon Battle of the Classes annual event that took place at the track facility.  The Sophomore class won the event, and their excitement is shown in the first photo.  Thank you to the CHS Journalism class and Becky Hohmann for sharing these with Coleman Today.  

Last Thursday, Coleman High School held the Academic Assembly for their students.  Teachers gave C-Awards for each course and the organizations, such as FFA and FCCLA, gave the awards their students had earned at events.  UIL Director Sarah Mason also gave awards to those earning medals at d…

This is the Senior Slide Show that was shown at the Senior Assembly on Friday.  Good Luck to you all in your future endeavors!  

The CHS Journalism class has produced its final Bluecat News Network broadcast for this year.  We at Coleman Today congratulate the students and Mrs. Hohmann for the great work they've done all year, and wish the Seniors good luck!  The Senior Slide Show will be published in a separate article.  

The CHS SENIOR Class organized a Dodgeball tournament on Friday to help the Junior Class raise funds for the Prom.  These are photos from the day's games courtesy of the CHS Journalism class. Looks like fun was had by all!  

Emily and Dyson host today's Bluecat News Network.  So many CHS teams are having great success this spring.  Tennis, Track, UIL, FCCLA and many others are advancing to Regionals and beyond.  Learn more in this episode.  And today is grilled cheese sandwich day - so we're going to celebrate.

The CHS UIL regional qualifiers will be competing at ACU in Abilene Friday and Saturday.  We wish them good luck!  CLICK HERE to see a full list of the District Results.   Attached is a Photo Album of pictures from Becky Hohmann, CHS Yearbook Editor.  

The CHS Bluecat News Network aired their March video on Friday at the high school.  These students, under the direction of Becky Hohmann, are doing a fantastic job.  Keep up the good work, CHS!  

Jalen and Jody host this episode of the Bluecat News Network. We have highlights from the 2nd annual CISD Hall of Honor ceremony, the winners from the FCCLA competition, and we clarify the rumors about the end of exemptions from finals. That and more on the Bluecat News Network.

Coleman High and Coleman Elementary Students spent Monday at the State Capitol in Austin with students from 10 other school districts in Texas invited to participate in the Texas Capitol Schoolhouse event.

Three students from Coleman High School's journalism class attended the Falcon Hunt on the Bill and Bonnie Hennig ranch last Friday.  Destination Coleman hosted the event, bring Falconry experts from all over.  Abbigail Wyatt, Bethany Ridgeway and Haigen Hemphill were able to travel our with…

FROM CHS:  Yuli & Brock host our Holiday Episode of BNN. The BNN Elves have been hard at work! We have highlights from the Coleman Christmas Parade, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the Band Concert, the Basketball Tournament, and Christmas lights around town. You'll learn the names of…

Here is the final Bluecat News Network newscast from Becky Hohmann's class. Congratulations to these students for doing so well! 

Coleman High School One Act Play students will perform Cage Birds by David Campton, at two o’clock this Sunday April 29th. Admission for the play is free, however donations are welcomed and appreciated; the proceeds will go towards the Coleman High School auditorium.

The Coleman High School Bluecat News Network report for April 20, 2018.  This is AWESOME!  Great job, CHS! 

Every year in the state of Texas, Austin produces a STAAR test for the months of April and May, depending on which test the student is taking. As usual, there are some people stressed and worried about the EOC, just as much as there are people looking forward to this exam.

The Supportive Peers lend a helping hand to students with special needs. The supportive peer program is a vital part of the school that benefits many people. The peers, this year, have been spending their time going to classes with students, and on top of assisting in homework they’ve also b…


A baker or a P.E.I.M.S coordinator at a High School or is she both?

April Fool’s Day is a day where you can joke, prank, and cut-up with your friends, family, even the teachers at your school. It all began in the 1500s when the Gregorian calendar took over from the Julian. Those who forgot the change and attempted to celebrate New Year’s on the wrong date we…

Many different types of landscapes full of beautiful flowers are about to bloom in Coleman County. With the recent rains, this year in West Texas, many different flowers are expected to bloom this spring.

The deadline is coming soon to order the 2018 Coleman High School Yearbook and to place a “congratulations” advertisement for a graduating senior. 

This episode is hosted by Adam Taylor and Kimberley Teague and features One Act Play, Coding Class and Welding Class at CHS, as well as a Teacher of the Month – Zack Ailshie.

A disc golf tournament will be held at Memory Lake on Saturday, March 3rd, in Coleman, and it will be a new way for the community to come together.

Many Coleman High School students will be taking the American College Test, or ACT, on Tuesday, February 27th.  The test is very important for college admissions and can put a lot of pressure on the student.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is also known as FCCLA, is an engaging program students at Coleman High School take very serious. Nearly 80 students are involved in FCCLA this year.  

FROM the BLUECAT NEWS NETWORK: Brock Bouldin and John Emanuel host the second show of the Bluecat News Network. Meet our Student of the Month, get an update on the early tennis season, and see highlights of the recent National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. (CHS Journalism) 

As CHS approaches track season, Coleman has numerous exciting things coming. The girls and boys who participate in this sport predict success all the way, from pole vault to the 1600-meter relay. After having two recent runners make it to state in track in 2017, there are many more entries e…