Welcome to Columbia City High School

  • Here, we consistently achieve some of the highest test scores and are among the highest graduation rates in the state of Indiana. Our student leadership programs are nationally recognized and our athletic teams and extracurricular clubs have a rich history of success. Students can choose from several courses of study and focus on their individual interests all while being exposed to the latest technology and 21st Century skills. Graduates of CCHS are college and career ready and well-equipped for the future.



  • Parent University

    On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, Whitley County Consolidated Schools will be hosting a representative from the Indiana State Police to facilitate a discussion regarding Cell Phone Safety and Internet Safety. This event will take place at Indian Springs Middle School at 6pm.
    Information that will be covered but not limited to:
    -Social media apps that are dangerous
    -Question/Answer opportunity
    This Parent University event would be a great opportunity for you as a parent to understand what your student(s) are being exposed to regarding electronic devices and cell phones, especially right before the holidays when electronic devices and cell phones are at the top of the list for students!
    Please plan on attending!

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  • eLearning Days

    Whitley County Consolidated Schools is pleased to announce that we have been approved by the Indiana Department of Education to utilize eLearning Days when school would otherwise be closed due to inclement weather.  The district’s eLearning days are an extension of our vision to prepare our students to be “Ready for Tomorrow.”  In addition to providing our students with skills and experiences in a blended learning environment, eLearning days also enable us to maintain continuity in student learning and reduce the need for make-up days tagged onto the end of the school year.  Please explore the resources provided, as well as the list of frequently asked questions.  If you have any remaining questions, feel free to contact your child’s principal and we will be happy to answer any of your questions. Learn More!

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