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      Welcome to Charles Herbert Flowers High School 

      The Home of the Jaguars 


      A Mecca of Excellence

    Where our students exhibit HUSTLE:  Hard work, Utilize resources, are Success oriented Tenacious Leaders  Exceeding expectations!


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     Dr. Charles H. Flowers
     Charles Herbert Flowers High School opened its doors in the year 2000. On the first day, Mr. Charles Herbert Flowers was there to celebrate its opening. Read more about Dr. Flowers and our school history.
    School Hours: 7:45 AM - 2:25 PM      
    School Colors: Green, Black, Silver      
    Enrollment: Approx. 2,100 Students


    Charles Herbert Flowers

    At Charles Herbert Flowers High School, we are committed to maintain a culture wherein words are silenced by actions. We are a "Mecca of Excellence"; empowering students to obtain goals, utilizing resources that will enable them to become lifelong learners The collaboration of parents, faculty, staff and community provides a caring, academically challenging, and technologically-advanced environment, balanced by discipline and fairness for the cultivation of diverse talents, skills, and interests for life. It is our vision to achieve excellence through the provision of a rigorous and challenging academic program that nurtures and expands the skills, talents, and interests of our students.

    Upon school opening in August 2000, the faculty developed the philosophy, slogan, mission, vision, goals, and beliefs for Charles Herbert Flowers High School. 

    We believe that to achieve excellence, the Charles H. Flowers High School community must prepare our students to become responsible and contributing members of a changing, challenging, and global society. 


    “Excellence is a habit, not an event." 

    "Flowers Hustles Harder"


    To create college and career ready students through a commitment to culture, collaboration, and critical thinking.


    The mission of Charles H. Flowers High School is to provide a challenging and rigorous educational program which motivates and enables each student to develop intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally in an orderly, inviting, safe, and productive school climate which nurtures creative and critical thinking and develops sound values to promote excellence for lifelong learning. 

    School Administration

    Gorman Brown, Principal

    Mar C Holland, Resident Principal

    Bruce Edwards, Assistant Principal (9th Grade)

    Kia Barnes-Ladan, Assistant Principal 

    Ronald Miller, Assistant Principal (11th Grade)

    Lisza Morton-Wilson, Assistant Principal (10th Grade)

    Moji Silva, Assistant Principal (12th Grade)

    Eric M. Summers
    , Assistant Principal (10th Grade)

    James Wheeler, Assistant Principal (12th Grade)

    Chauntia Bego,  Coordinator, Academy of Engineering and Science, and AP Co-Chair

    Samantha Cotton,  Acting Coordinator, Science and Technology Program

    Victoria Lee,  Coordinator, Project Lead the Way

    Gladys Montgomery,  Coordinator, Academy of Business and Finance

    Dameon Powell, 9th Grade Academy Coordinator 




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