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.

Announcements

  • Eagle Tech Academy STEAM students planned and put on a science fair for 3rd and 4th grade students at Little Turtle Elementary School.

    Typically they travel to the school for the fair, but given COVID-19 restrictions, this year it was a virtual science fair.

    The STEAM students choose Indiana State Standards for elementary science to teach and demonstrate to the elementary students through experiments and activities.

    This year, each group spent time Zooming in with 5 different classes to present their fair activities and information. They delivered materials to LTES so the students who were in school could participate and do the activities along with them. They also worked with 1 remote class which got to see the demonstrations and participate from home! The goal was to bring some science to elementary students in a fun, interactive way!

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  • On December 5th, the CCHS BPA team had virtual regional competitions. Participating members include: Carter Kline, Dylan Studebaker, Owen Tenney, Mollie McCoy, Kelsey Conley, Grace Romine, Grace Hill, Baylee Smith, Alya Anthony and Preston Henschen.

    The students competed in Microsoft Excel, Small Business Management, Interviewing Skills and many others.

    State Qualifiers

    • Financial Analyst Team:  Carter Kline and Dylan Studebaker
    • Global Marketing Team: Kelsey Conley and Grace Romine
    • Human Resource Management: Ayla Anthony
    • Presentation Management: Mollie McCoy
    • Digital Media Production: Mollie McCoy
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  • Kindergarten Round Up


    The elementary schools of WCCS will be having Kindergarten Round Up for 2021-2022 students on Thursday, March 25, 2021. Students are eligible for round up screening if they will be 5 years old on or before August 1, 2021. Please contact the elementary school that would service your home address to schedule your session for round up. Morning and evening sessions are offered in each building.

    Coesse Elementary
    2250 S. 500 E.
    Columbia City IN 46725
    260-244-3351

    Little Turtle Elementary
    1710 S. State Rd. 9
    Columbia City IN 46725
    260-244-3343

    Mary Raber Elementary
    700 E. Jackson St.
    Columbia City IN 46725
    260-244-5857

    Northern Heights Elementary
    5209 N. State Rd 109
    Columbia City IN 46725
    260-691-2371

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  • Preschool Round Up

    WCCS will be having Preschool Round Up for 2021-2022 students on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. Students are eligible for round up if they will be 3- or 4-years old on or before August 1, 2021. Please contact Mary Raber Elementary to schedule your session for round up.

    260-244-5857

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  • Device Protection Plan

    Students will have the option to enroll in a Device Protection Plan for the 2020-2021 school year.  The optional Device Protection Plan costs $20.  Participation in the plan protects school-issued student Chromebooks and iPads against ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE, FIRE, FLOOD, NATURAL DISASTERS, POWER SURGE, VANDALISM, MECHANICAL FAILURE and MANUFACTURER DEFECTS. This plan will provide full replacement cost coverage (does not include chargers or cases) and will protect devices on and off school grounds.  The plan is limited to three claims.  Parents will be responsible for all costs related to incidents beyond the third claim.  The plan is also transferable to a replacement unit. All repairs regardless of participation in the Device Protection Plan must be handled by the WCCS Technology Department.

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