Churchland High School
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|Churchland High School|
Choice, not chance.
|4301 Cedar Lane
Portsmouth, Virginia, 23703
|School type||Public, high school|
|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
|Color(s)||Black, Orange, and White|
|Athletics conference||Virginia High School League
AAA Eastern Region
|Rival||Western Branch High School|
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.
- Tolerance Coalition
- Debate Club
- Film Club
- National Honor Society
- Operation Smile
- Key Club
- FIRST Robotics Club
- History Club
- Code Green
- Anime Club
- Richard Thomas Shea- (1927 –1953) posthumous Medal of Honor winner (1953), Virginia Tech tracks star & Virginia Sports Hall of Fame (1987).
- Arthur Moats- (1988-) National Football League linebacker for the Buffalo Bills (2010–present).
- Ryan Glynn- (1974-) Former MLB player (Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, Oakland Athletics)
- Denny Riddleberger- (1945-) Former MLB player (Washington Senators, Cleveland Indians)
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