Coeur d’Alene High School

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Main Office(208) 667-4507 
Activities Office(208) 667-4500 
Attendance Office(208) 765-6409 
CHS Drama Tickets(208) 769-2999
Counseling Office(208) 667-4509 
Kitchen Services(208) 763-0854
Main Office Fax(208) 664-5785 
Registrar(208) 769-0704 
Registrar Fax(208) 664-9110 

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  • ABOUT CHS

    Coeur d'Alene High School continues to create a positive, caring and safe learning community that establishes a sense of ownership shared by all stakeholders.  We value and hold ourselves accountable for positive and enthusiastic behaviors and attitudes each day.

    We have a new administrative team to serve you this year. Troy Schueller (former Assistant Principal) is taking the helm of the Viking ship as Principal. Libby Keyes returns as Assistant Principal and Mike Lindquist (former Principal at Venture High School) joins the team as Vice Principal/ Activities Director.

    The ultimate goal at Coeur d'Alene High School is to provide the highest quality education to our students.  We will aim for learners to reach their full potential academically, socially, emotionally, and physically. Instruction will be purposeful; it will differentiate to meet the needs of all students; regular feedback will be given to all participants.

    The single most important priority of Coeur d'Alene High School is our students. The school community works cooperatively together for the greater good of everyone involved. 

    Even though it is still summer, we are excited to get the year started.  We have already begun discussing our goals for the upcoming school year.  Two of the goals we are adamant about are:

    1. Relationships.  We are committed to building strong Viking relationships with our students, families, and our community.

    2. Communication.  Our team believes open communication is vital to having healthy relationships.  We welcome you to contact us at any time to discuss your needs and/or concerns.  In addition, we will be sending out brief emails on a regular basis to let you know of upcoming events and to recognize groups and individuals.

    We invite all students, grades 9th through 12th, to join us for our Back to School Open House / Meet & Greet on Wednesday, August 31th from 6 pm – 7:30 pm.

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  • From our Students:

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    DO I NEED A PARKING PASS?
    All students parking on campus need to display a parking pass which is free unless desiring a spot in the Senior Parking Lot. Please do not park awkwardly or in the incorrect location. If your parking pass is lost, a $5.00 fee will apply
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  • From our Parents:

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    CAN I GET A FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH?
    The main office and the cafeteria have copies of the application and it is available online at our district website. Once the application is filled out, please have your child return it to the main office. If you qualify, the Nutrition Department will contact you.
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  • From our Community:

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    WHERE CAN I BUY VIKING WEAR?
    Thanks for showing your support of our school! Viking Wear can be purchased at the school, on our website or at many of our home school events. 
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