Shelby County Schools

Cordova High School

1800 Berryhill Road

Cordova, TN 38016

Phone: (901)416-4540

Fax: (901)416-4545


Kymberli Chandler, Principal

Cordova High School Crest



"The strength of

the pack is the wolf.

The strength of

the wolf is the pack."

Wolf Credo

Respect the elders.

Teach the young.

Cooperate with the pack.

Play when you can.

Hunt when you must.

Rest in between.

Share your affections.

Voice your feelings.

Leave your mark!

~Del Goetz

2015-2016 News

Uniform Update!!!!

Cordova High School students will no longer be required to wear uniforms. 

Students will, however, follow a new DRESS CODE POLICY. 

Click HERE to review the new policy.


Tuesday, August 4
8AM - 3PM and 4PM-7PM

Students who have already completed the online registration process can pick up their class schedules and bus cards.

Students can complete the online registration process if necessary.  Be sure to bring necessary documents if you have not already uploaded them. For more information about online registration, visit the SCS website and/or view the flyers below.

SCS Website | 2015-16 Registration Flyer - English  |  2015-16 Registration Flyer - Spanish

Summer Reading

All Cordova High School students are required to complete summer reading assignments. 

Click HERE for information about assigned readings for your grade.

Freshmen Supply List
For each of the four core classes (English, science, social studies and math):

3-Ring Binder

5 dividers

Notebook Paper

Pens / Pencils

Also needed for English:

Yellow, Blue, and Green Hi-lighters

‘Avenue Q' Takes Prize for Best Musical

in Orpheum High School Awards

From The Commercial Appeal:
The red carpet in front of the Orpheum theater was a perfect prop for a little preening and posing Monday.

Students from 30 private and public high schools in the region were honored in the theater’s sixth annual High School Musical Awards, a bash designed to look and feel like the Tony Awards.

“Avenue Q” presented at Cordova High was named the outstanding overall production. The outstanding actor award went to Maclean Mayers, who played Ed Bloom in “Big Fish” at Germantown High School. Erica Peninger, Millie in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” at Hernando High, won the outstanding lead actress award. Read More...

The WolfPack Playhouse production of Avenue Q was nominated for the following 8 awards:   Best Large Ensemble, Best Scenic Design, Best Orchestra, Best Music Director - Jason Bell, Best Supporting Actress - Tamlyn Sampson, Best Supporting Actor - Austin Russell, Best Director - Chris Luter, Best Overall production.  Over 30 schools from West TN, Eastern AR, and Northern MS competed this year in the Orpheum High School Awards. Cordova was the only Shelby County School to receive a Best Overall Production nomination. 

Great Things Going on at CHS!

Be sure to check out the Recognition page to read about some of the great achievements of our awesome students and staff!

Also, check out these articles published by the SCS Newsroom!

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Last updated July 31, 2015

Shelby County Schools does not discriminate in its programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap/disability, sex, or age.  For more information, please contact the Office of Equity Compliance at (901) 416-6670.
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