Welcome to

Collins Hill HS PTSA


The mission of the Collins Hill High School PTSA - Parent - Teacher - Student - Association is to support parents, teachers, and students, to assist parents in developing skills to raise and protect their children, and encourage parent, student and public involvement in Collins Hill High School.

Please join us for an important PTSA Meeting
on October 26 at 6:00pm

Topic: PTSA Sponsored Parent Support Meeting: Navigating Changes in Family Structure
due to Separation or Divorce

We will meet via a Zoom Meeting: https://gcpsk12-org.zoom.us/j/91227129686


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SENIORS!!

Here's what PTSA can offer YOU!

2020-2021 Seniors CHHS PTSA.pptx

Digital Learning Parent Information Packet

2020-2021-Collins Hill High School Digital Learning Parent Information.pdf
National benefits.pdf


DISCOUNTS for being a PTSA Member

Please see the documents for discount listings for being a National PTA Member and discounts for being a Georgia PTA Member!


Georgia Benefits.pdf

2020 Baccalaureate Video


Click the link below to see our Baccalaureate Video for the Class of 2020!



Business Leaders


Become a partner with Collins Hill PTSA!

Click HERE to download the application!


Don't Forget to Join PTSA!


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SENIORS!!

Did you know you can apply for scholarships only available to PTSA Members??

See details on the Upcoming Events Page!

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Suicide Prevention Awareness

The suicide prevention hotline number is 1.800.273.8255, and the website is https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org.

The website also provides a Chat feature. Let's make sure people know it is okay to need help!