Don't Forget... ALL CLHS STUDENTS in ALL GRADE LEVELS will be distance learning from November 30 through December 4, 2020.  Click here for the special bell schedule for those days.

Important Info for In-Person (Non-CDLA) Students:

Morning Arrival:
NINTH GRADE COHORT  Enter via the SALMON-COLORED STAIRCASE/ENTRY DOOR
TENTH GRADE COHORT Enter via the BLUE STAIRCASE/ENTRY DOOR
ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH GRADE COHORT Enter via the CAFETERIA ENTRY DOOR CLOSEST TO THE CULTURAL CENTER and follow the marked route to proceed up the YELLOW STAIRCASE.

In-Person (Non-CDLA) CLHS Students will follow the bell schedules linked here. 

Students should follow their class schedules that have been provided. Student schedules can also be viewed in PowerSchool.


Students can find their Advisory Teachers' Names here.  Even if students are returning to CLHS, it is possible that their Advisories may have changed, so everyone should check the list!

Students can find links to their teachers' office hours here.

Important Info for CDLA Students:

CLHS CDLA Students will follow the bell schedules linked here. 

CDLA Students should follow their class schedules that have been provided.  Student schedules can also be viewed in PowerSchool.

Students can find their Advisory Teachers' Names here.  Even if students are returning to CLHS, it is possible that their Advisories may have changed, so everyone should check the list!

CDLA Students can find Zoom links to all of their classes, including Advisory here.

Students can find links to their teachers' office hours here.
 

Important Resources for ALL CLHS Families (Both CDLA and Non-CDLA):

In the event of an emergency (i.e. Immediate Life Safety Concern), please call 911.

For access to health, human, and social services, please call 211.


CLHS Admin & Support Staff Contact Request - This form should be used to request contact from a CLHS Support Staff or member of the CLHS Administration (i.e. Principal, Assistant Principal, Dean of Students, School Counselor, School Social Worker, Mr. Serrano- Financial Aid Assistance or Mrs. Perez- Family Engagement). Once you have completed the form you will be contacted within 24 hours through your preferred method of communication as indicated on the form. 


Student Technology Support Request - If you have ANY problems with technology (Chromebook, internet access, etc.), please fill in and submit the form below and we will assist you as soon as we can.

GREAT NEWS! Cable Internet providers serving all towns in Connecticut are offering free or reduced-cost internet service to keep students connected! Click here for info on what's available in your town.
 

At Civic Leadership High School, your child has the opportunity to build a resume unmatched by that of his or her peers! Through our unique coursework, students can earn recognized public safety certifications not available at any other high school, while completing a rigorous college preparatory program.

Our semi-annual Public Service Days provide opportunities to put learning into action. Each student will engage in over fifty hours of community service during their high school years. Our partnerships with UConn and Asnuntuck Community College give students the opportunity to earn as many as 40 college credits by the time they graduate.

Our graduates leave CLHS as leaders, they are engaged members of their communities, and they are prepared for life after high school.

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A total of 415 students began the school year on Thursday, September 10, 2020 as CLHS welcomed both new and returning students for the first day of school.
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