23 hours ago
CHS students are leaders! Eighth grader, Keira Goodwin, completed her Avalanche Safety Training Level 1 certification over the holiday break. Keira learned about searching as well as leading a rescue team as a part of her certification. She’s looking forward to more back country skiing - without the avalanches! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
The show must go on! (even if it is a little later than planned...) Please see the UPDATED dates and times for our January Open House, and for CHS Curriculum Night. Feel free to call in with any questions about the two events or the changes!
January Open House at both campuses:
moved to January 23, 2020
CHS Curriculum Night:
moved to January 30, 2020 ... See MoreSee Less
Our plan is to operate normal business hours and class schedule tomorrow - Thursday, January 16, 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the combination of compact snow, icy roads and high wind warnings. We are closed today. ... See MoreSee Less
Well, ... double snap!
1 week ago
No wind, nor rain, nor snow can put off our CHS Outdoor Education class! This weekend, six students braved the elements and camped at Dungeness County Park. Having set up camp in a gale, they endured the weather and walked down to Dungeness Spit, a unique six mile long sand spit that juts out of the northern edge of the Olympic Peninsula into the Straits of Juan de Fuca. A combination of fierce winds and high tide made it impossible to walk far along the spit, but students saw plenty of eagles and ‘spum ’ (sea spray whipped up into foamy snow.) Overnight, they heard owls and coyotes! Our thanks to Jennifer Reif for accompanying Nina Crampton and students on this wild adventure! ... See MoreSee Less
Irreplaceable experience you will never forget! Jen and Nina rock.
Tough or crazy, way to go Ethan
Brave souls! Well done.