Coeur d’Alene High School

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School Contacts

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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Viking News:

  •  Viking News

     

    School is out!  We wish you a happy, restful, safe summer!  See below for important dates for late summer and back to school.  

     


    Class of 2017 Graduation Ceremony

     You can view our 2017 Graduation Ceremony HERE.

    (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEeqULxOQKj4I5JBEhaQx0g/live)

     


     Skills & Drills Camp June 19th - 22nd at CHS

     


     SUMMER Office Hours


    June 12th Monday 9-2pm
    June 13th Tuesday 9-2pm
    June 14th Wednesday 9-2pm
    June 15th Thursday 9-11am
    June 16th Friday 9-2pm
    June 19th Monday 9-2pm
    June 26th Monday 9-2pm * Diploma Pick up - Class of 2017
    Closed the month of July
    August 7th Monday 9-2pm
    August 14th Monday 9-2pm
    August 17th Thursday 8-11am & 1-5pm ** Student Check in
    Closed Friday August 18th
    August 21st – 31st - office will be open 9am-2pm
    Closed Friday September 1st
    First Day of School, Tuesday September 5th 7:30am

     


    Important Dates for Summer and Fall

     

    June 26th – Monday, Senior may pick up their diploma
    9am - 2pm


    August 17th – Thursday, Student check-in
    Senior & Juniors 8 -11am
    Sophomores 1 – 3pm
    Freshman 3 – 5pm
    Verify registration, pay fees, locker & parking pass, ID/Yearbook Pictures

    Click HERE for more information for registration for NEW and RETURNING students.

    August 29th – Tuesday, Freshman BBQ 4:30 – 6:00pm Viking Ship
    Open House 6:00 – 7:30pm
    Schedules will be passed out, meet teachers etc.

    September 5th – Tuesday, First day of school 7:30am
    Pickup new schedule in Jordan Court

     

     


     Free Summer Meals Program

    Another successful school year is quickly coming to an end. School District 271 Nutrition

    Services is excited to partner with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to make sure our

    community’s children receive healthy, well-balanced meals while school is out. Any child aged 1 through 18 may come and eat for free.  Adults eat for $2.40 at breakfast and only $3.65 at lunch. This summer, meals will be served at Borah, Hayden Lake and Winton elementary schools as well as Lakes Magnet Middle School and Venture High School. The program starts June 15th and runs thru August 18th. Exact dates and serving times may vary from location to location. For more information on our summer food service program, including serving times and menus, visit https://id01906304.schoolwires.net/Page/981.

     


     Free audiobooks available from SYNC. www.auditobooksync.com.

About CHS:

  • 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.

    Our administrative team is here 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 Tuesday, August 29th from 6 pm – 7:30 pm.

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