Chief Mascot Info
Students, Staff and Alumni,
Chamberlain High School is interested in your thoughtful feedback about the naming of our new mascot. Please take the time to answer the six open-ended questions by using the link below.
The survey will be closed on September 2, 2022.
The data will be compiled by a consultant who will help the committee, comprised of students, staff, and alumni narrow down the options and eventually create artwork for the proposed mascots.
The students, per school board policy, will vote on the proposed mascot choices the first week of October. Thank you for your valuable input in advance.
Jake Russell, Principal
Chamberlain High School
On June 21, 2022, the Hillsborough County School Board voted 5-1 to remove the Native American imagery from Chamberlain High School.
The 2022-23 students have been tasked with creating a new mascot for the school in the Fall of 2022.
Based on a survey given to students, alumni, and the community in August/September 2022, seven mascot names will be put on a ballot and the current student population will vote on a new mascot name at an September 28, 2022 assembly. On October 18, the new name will be presented to the Hillsborough County School Board for approval.
Click on these links for more information
Town Hall and Survey Info from Sept 2021 -
Town Hall meetings were canceled and not rescheduled.
The online survey results have not been released.
Here is an article from an early school newspaper as to the Homecoming Tradition origins.
(Chieftain, Nov 9, 1962, page 8)
"Chiefs" name was chosen by the first students at Chamberlain in 1956. (Tampa Times, Sept 5, 1956, page 2)
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