Cotillion Awards

The Cotillion Awards Ceremony is our awards ceremony voted on by the student body. Awards like Class Favorite, Most Friendly, Most Spirited, and Most Talented...just to name a few. 

Cotillion Awards Voting for 2020 - 2021

Student Cotillion Awards Voting is during advisory or at home from February 22-26.  Voting will happen online.  All grades (9th-12th) will be voting.  This voting round ends at 1:30pm on Friday, February 26.

Student Cotillion Voting

  • Student Login:  Student ID (no S in front)
  • Password:  Student Access Code

If you can not login to vote, email the Student Activities Director your name and Student ID.  

 

For 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders Nominated for Cotillion Awards:

  • All Underclassmen will received their Cotillion Awards at the Underclassmen Awards which is scheduled for May 25th.  
  • Underclassmen must wait to find out what they are nominated for. Finding out early, has always been a senior privilege.

For 12th Graders Nominated for Cotillion Awards:

  • Most Seniors nominated will receive their awards at the Senior Brunch.  We are still waiting a decision from our district on whether the senior class will be allowed to hold this senior event due to COVID-19.  If a senior bunch is not allowed this year, we will distribute their awards another way.  More info to come.
  • The Big Senior Awards (Mr. and Miss SHS and All SHS) will be awarded at the Senior Awards on May 25th.  
  • All seniors will be notified on what category they are nominated for which will determine when their award is announced…see the two bullets listed above.

If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Ellis, the Student Activities Director. 

Change of Awards Format

After consulting with our student leadership here at Sachse High School, we have decided to alter the format for the SHS Cotillion Awards Ceremony starting the 2016 - 2017 school year. The ceremony will no longer be held on a Saturday or Sunday in February. The students have decided that combining these awards with the spring award ceremonies would be a better option for our school. The student advisory committee looked at the trend of low turnout for the past several years and wanted to keep the tradition of these student driven awards. Students will still vote on the same categories but the nominees and winners will be announced in late spring.

If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Ellis, Student Activities Director.