This page is provided to help students with life at Columbia. Whether you're looking for resources for a research project, trying to figure out your grades and GPA, planning your route toward graduation and beyond, or wondering what time the game starts, you should find links to help you on your way.
One of the best ways to make the most of your first year at CHS is by getting involved. Do your assignments (yes) and go to class (of course) but make sure you become part of your school. There are many clubs and activities that you can join, and sports each season that can test your talents and develop your interests. Get to know and rely on your advisor, our counselor, and all the other teachers and staff members who can help you when you have questions.
Don't let school pass you by; get involved and get the most out of your Freshman year!
Your Freshman Year Sponsors: Michelle Kock & Wynne Lobel
Your Freshman Year Advisors: Michelle Kock, Peter Knowles, Wynne Lobel, Omar Sankari, Dan Smith
Your sophomore year at Columbia is here, and that means you're moving on from last year's experiences and getting a fresh start with a new perspective. If you haven't found a club or sport to get involved in, take a look at them again to see if there's something that will spark your interests and make your sophomore year that much more rewarding.
Sophomore year also means state testing in the springtime, with results that have an impact on where you may go next, what classes you'll take, and what decisions will take you to your next stages in life. Do what you can to learn what you need to do well and you'll likely be ready for whatever tests are down the road.
Your Sophomore Year Sponsors: Chad Myers & Heidi Dent
Your Sophomore Year Advisors: Amie Ell, Kevin Liddiard, Chad Myers, Kevin Olin, Evan Wiley
Your junior year at Columbia is an important one. College-bound students need to strive for good grades to help them prepare for college applications, those involved in sports and clubs may find themselves in new positions of leadership and responsibility, and then there's prom! Everyone needs to pitch in to make that event something to remember and be proud of.
This page is designed to help you make the most of your junior year with updates, announcements, and suggestions to make this year your best year yet.
Your Junior Year Sponsors: Caitlin Cray
Your Junior Year Advisors: Colin Cieloha, Caitlin Cray, Shawn Friese, Steve Larsen, Adriana Clayton
Your senior year at Columbia is likely to go by quickly, so make the most of it by staying on top of deadlines and taking advantage of all that CHS has to offer. Of course there's graduation day in June, but there's so much to do before then: senior papers and projects, college applications and scholarships, community service, classes, your last homecoming....
It's hard to keep everything straight, but with a little care and preparation, you'll make your way successfully to the end. This page will help you with updates, announcements, and suggestions to make this year your best year yet.
Graduation Day: June 4, 2022
Your Senior Year Sponsors: Andre Lorincz & Kelsey Lemon
Your Senior Year Advisors: Emily Gehrig, Mandel Medenbach, Andre Lorincz, Kelsey Lemon, Peter Prosch-Jensen