Can I Still Get a Yearbook?

CHS community: 2017-18  Yearbooks are  $70 and can be ordered on the Jostens online site until May. 

Home Games This Week

Home Games  are weather-dependent.  Check back often for updates.   See Weekly Schedule under Athletics on website for all weekly games. 

Monday, 5/21: Girls' Tennis vs. MMU, 3:30; Girls' Lacrosse vs BHS, JV 5:15/ V 7:00.  

Tuesday, 5/22: Boys' Lacrosse vs Rutland, V 4:00/JV 5:30; V Softball/Baseball vs Rice, 4:30; Ultimate vs CVU, 4:00

Wednesday, 5/23: Girls' Tennis vs Rice, 3:30

Friday, 5/25: Boys' Lacrosse vs SBHS, JV 5:00/ V 7:00;  JV Baseball/Softball vs. St. Johnsbury, 4:30 

Saturday, 5/26: Girls' Lacrosse vs Essex, V 11:00/ JV 12:30 



2018-2019 District Calendar

The District Calendar for the 2018-2019 school year is now available.  Click here to view the District Calendar for parent conference, holiday, and early release dates.  


CHS Coffee Connections!

 May 30 and June 6

We are looking to partner with parents and caregivers to support health and wellness within our school community. 

Please join Danielle Jatlow, LICSW, LADC, Centerpoint Program Director, for a bi-weekly coffee and conversation event about adolescent health and wellness. Come ask questions,  connect with one another, and learn

about community resources available to students and families. For more information, please contact Jean Shea, Director of Support Services,, 802.264.5700. 

Please drop by to one or all of these informative events. 

Astronomy Night

On Tuesday, May 22, CHS will host the 4th annual Gaze at the Stars event. Dr. John O'Meara, a nationally-recognized astronomer from St. Michael's College, will lead the event beginning at 7:30. 

This fun  and interesting event is free and open to the public. Meet in the CHS Performing Arts Center, then move to the fields to appreciate the beauty and fascination of the stars above us. 


Upcoming Events

Video Library

The mission of the Colchester High School—proud of its respect for individual needs and its commitment to integrated learning—is to ensure that all students will develop the academic proficiency, social skill, and character, to be fulfilled, responsible, and involved citizens; we will accomplish this by providing diverse, challenging educational experiences in partnership with families and the community.