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Our Mission

  • Our MISSION is to establish CHS as an award-winning, exemplary, California Distinguished High School that provides a supportive, collaborative, and stimulating learning environment where staff and students achieve the highest standards of excellence through P.R.I.D.E.


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  • H A P P Y   S P R I N G   B R E A K

    CJUSD schools will be closed Monday, March 19th through Friday, March 30 for Spring Break. District administrative offices, including our main District Office will remain open during this time. We wish everyone a safe and happy break and we'll see you back at school on Monday, April 2nd.


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Announcements & Current Events

  • Attention Students: Summer school applications are now available. Click here to print the application or stop by the counseling office to obtain a copy. The last day to turn in your application is Monday, April 30. Summer school will run from Monday, June 11 – Friday, July 6 (no school July 4). 

    2018 CJUSD College and Career Fair logo design contest: The Colton Joint Unified School District will hold its Third Annual District-wide College and Career Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 3 at the Gonzales Community Center in Colton. We need your help to design our logo! Prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third-place winners. The first place winner’s work will be featured in marketing materials for this event. Click here for more information.

    Attention Seniors: Please visit www.4Lgrad.com (Herff Jones) to place orders and/or make payments for your graduation packages.

    Prom Tickets are on sale now until April 6th. Tickets may be purchased by CHS Juniors & Seniors- guest are invited as well. During the month of January tickets are $130 w/ ASB card and $135 without ASB card. Prom is Saturday, April 21st. 


     Timportant he California Student Aid Commission offers financial aid in the form of Cal Grants to eligible students. A Cal Grant is money for college you don’t have to pay back. The California Student Aid Commission requires high schools to submit all 12th graders Grade Point Averages by October 1 each year unless guardians choose to opt out. If you would like to opt out of this process and you understand that your student will no longer be eligible for a Cal Grant, please make an appointment to see your student’s high school counselor to complete an opt-out form. Please click here for more information.

    Submit your FAFSA! Students will use earlier income information. Beginning with the 2017-18 FAFSA, students will be required to report income information from an earlier tax year. For example, on the 2017-18 FAFSA, students (and parents, as appropriate) will report their 2016 income information, rather than their 2017 income information

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