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Churchland High School

Churchland High School
Choice, not chance.
Address
4301 Cedar Lane
Portsmouth, Virginia, 23703
United States
Information
School type Public, high school
Founded 1954
School district Portsmouth City Public Schools
Superintendent Dr. David C. Stuckwisch
Principal Dr. Susan S. Bechtol
Assistant principals Mr. Wayne Hylton
Ms. Sandra Knight
Mr. Horace Lambert
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,737  (2006-07)
Campus Suburban
Color(s) Black, Orange, and White
Athletics conference Virginia High School League
AAA Eastern Region
Eastern District
Mascot Truckers
Rival Western Branch High School
Website

Churchland High School is a public high school located in Portsmouth, Virginia. It is administered by Portsmouth City Public Schools. The school colors are black, orange, and white. The school's mascot is a "Trucker".

Churchland is designated as a magnet school for the Visual & Performing Arts, with subjects including dance, chorus, orchestra, band, drama, and the visual arts.

Churchland Clubs

Notable alumni

Coordinates: 36°52′49.5″N 76°22′17.4″W / 36.880417°N 76.371500°W / 36.880417; -76.371500


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