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Lowest ranking GPA for each quartile: 

Class of 2021:
Quartile 1, 4.798667
Quartile 2, 4.13571
Quartile 3, 3.41429

Class of 2022:
Quartile 1, 4.70000
Quartile 2, 4.18947
Quartile 3, 3.48571

Class of 2023: 
Quartile 1, 4.62000
Quartile 2, 4.22000
Quartile 3, 3.48000

Top 10% GPA Cutoffs*
Class of 2021 - 5.27895
Class of 2022 - 5.06364
Class of 2023 - 4.91667

Students ranked in the top 10% will have their rank listed on their Ranking Weighted 4.0 transcript.  As a reminder, we do not rank students outside of the top ten percent.

*Class of 2022 & 2022 GPAs updated 6/12/2020
*Class of 2021 GPAs updated 9/22/2020

CHHS Counseling Vision Statement: CHHS Counseling focuses on our 3Cs (Character, College and Coping) to empower the whole student, while enabling us to support the school vision of PRIDE (Personally Reaching and Inspiring Discovery in Everyone).  Through our 3Cs approach and collaboration with all stakeholders, we envision that all students will have success in achieving their potential in academics, social interactions and career aspirations while also becoming productive and contributing members of an ever-changing world. CHHS Counseling Mission Statement: It is the mission of the Colleyville Heritage High School Guidance and Counseling Department to develop and deliver a comprehensive school counseling program that is data-driven, collaborative and promotes our 3Cs (Character, College and Coping) approach. We are committed to focusing on the whole high school student, both present and future, and advocating for all students to have equal access and opportunity to all that our school has to offer in order to prepare them for success in the future.