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Colleyville Heritage High School

Colleyville, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 2001


Colleyville Heritage High School
5401 Heritage Avenue
Colleyville, TX 76034
(817) 305-4700
Colleyville Heritage High School is located in Colleyville, TX and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Native American
Two or more races

Reviews12 Reviews

Excellent school. Both my children attend CHHS and they have been very happy there.
Attending CHHS has been a wonderful experience for my daughter. The courses are rigorous and challenging. The activities available are plenty. It's easy to find your place. If you are looking to get ready for college, you won't be disappointed. An overall great school with a strong, approachable principal and a supportive community.
Great school that really prepares students for college. It provides great opportunity for anyone that wants it. Students are accepted to the Ivy League. Regarding the counseling office, those women run around crazy trying to respond to everything from misdirected phone calls about parents who want to drop off something with their kid to 30k schedule changes because their college-bound student doesn't like their lunch time. I always get a response but it's best to schedule a time instead of just showing up. All these people work with is The Entitled. If you can focus on school and not the culture, it's a great place.
My grandson graduated in 2012 from Heritage & took all AP classes. Before Christmas break of his Sr year, he was accepted at the University of Arkansas' Engineering School, at instate tuition rates based on a gpa of over 3.5 out of 5.0 and his SAT score. My granddaughter is a Sophmore at this school and maintains all A-B's. Yes, there are a few teachers that are a "let down", like in all schools but, overall, US News ranked them 417 out of 22,000 US High Schools in the nation and 37th in Texas, out of 1,842 TX high schools, which included Charter Schools. For the few who did not give this school good reviews, it's possible that the problem could also be with the student (or the parent). When you have a graduating class (2012) of over 550 students and their combined scholarship awards are over $26 MILLION for the class, apparently they know what they are doing. Their State exit exams & scores on AP courses, rank them 99% in reading and 97% in math. One third of their seniors ranked as exemplary and out of 536 students tested, 62% received Commended Performance, 37% received Met Standard. Only 1% of their school did not meet standards.
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