Chadron High School901 Cedar Street
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:15PM
7:50AM - 1:30PM
Mr. Jerry Mack
Kiwanis Honors Program
The 57th Annual Kiwanis Honors Program has been changed to April 16th at 1:40pm in the high school Auditorium. Students who will be recognized will be receiving a postcard invitation in the mail from the Kiwanis organization. Students can also check the high school guidance office window for the full list of students.
Kiwanis annually recognizes students who possess a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or higher (or seniors on the Gold Honor Roll for the each of the first three quarters of this year).
"Vacuum Packing Students in CHS???" ...April Fools!
Badres Andres experiences atmospheric pressure inside a trash bag. Badres was one of 10 chemistry students that experienced the effects of "vacuum packing". We are accustom to the atmospheric pressure in our everyday life but this "demo" allows the students to feel what atmospheric pressure is all about!! Don't be shocked if your 2nd semester chemistry students wants to "vacuum pack" his/her siblings or parents.
Congratulations to our NCPA Academic All-State students!
Each year the Nebraska School Activities Association and the Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association recognize students who have been nominated by their schools, based on their individual academic excellence, leadership and significant contributions made to their NSAA activity. To earn this recognition, students must be a member of a varsity team and maintain a 3.7 or higher GPA.
Chadron High School Winter Activities
- 17.188 St. Thomas More
- 12.960 Chadron
- 8.551 Kimball
Students scoring in the top 25% are listed with Top 3 finishers highlighted.
1st - Andrew Smith
2nd - Greg McCallum
10th - Alex Westerbuhr
Business Management Decision Making
6th - Makenzy Petty
The testing season is here!
At the high school level every freshman, sophomore, and junior will take standardized tests in the core subjects of Math, Reading, Language Arts (Writing for juniors), and Science. Here's the schedule for this year.
Feb 3 - NeSA Writing (juniors)
Mar 30 - MAPs (freshman) postponed to Apr 15Mar 31 - MAPs (freshman) postponed to Apr 16Apr 1 - MAPs (sophomores)Apr 2 - MAPs (sophomores)
Apr 7 - MAPs (sophomore make-ups)
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On Tuesday, March 17th CHS a group of 30 10th - 12th graders went on a three campus tour of WNCC's career and technical campus offerings. We started the day in Alliance at the WNCC Power and Line Campus. We learned that power and linemen not only make an amazing salary, but are going to be in high demand in the job market for the next 10 years due to retirements in the fields.
(Submitted by CHS Senior, Alea Brierly)
In Mr. Bradley’s third block anatomy and physiology class, we have been learning about the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system. Along with the blood typing lab, we dissected a pig heart. We have been reading and listening to lectures about how the heart works, the different valves and vessels, the circulation but there’s no better way to learn then to dissect something and see it for yourself.
Chadron High School qualifies three for the State Speech Contest!
The B-6 District Speech contest was held Monday, March 15th in Paxton. Teams competing with Chadron included Gering, Ogallala, Gothenburg, Sidney, McCook, Valentine and Alliance. To qualify for State, competitors must finish within the top 3 of their event.
During the months of March and April we will continue to pilot a brand new ACT prep program which takes place every Tuesday during lunch. Throughout our lunch prep program, we will prep all sections (English, Math, Science, and Reading) of the ACT as well as cover many apps available to help students study using the school assigned iPads.
The Chadron Boys Basketball Team is headed to State! On Monday, March 3rd Chadron defeated Ainsworth for the C1-6 District Title winning 62-51.
(Submitted by CHS Junior, Mikaela Hastings)Mr. Bradley's third block anatomy and physiology class has been learning the ends and outs of the body from day one in class. From body growth on a cellular level, to the function of whole organ systems and how they work in the body, the anatomy class has been immersed in material about the human body in hopes to obtain knowledge that will carry them through their college careers, and the rest of their lives.
Once again it was a huge success, 640 cupcakes were prepared and sold. All proceeds help fund the classes annual trip to Denver this spring. Gourmet flavors this year included: Andes Mint, Salted Caramel, Butterfinger and Raspberry Filled Wedding Cake.
Thank you to all who supported this fundraiser.
Willy Cogdill Class B 182lb State Champion!
Tanner Kickland - 3rd Place 220lb
Joe Ritzen - 6th Place 120lb
Daniel Goings - Qualifier
Alex Fritzler - Qualifier
(LtoR)Alex Fritzler, Joe Ritzen, Tanner Kickland,
Daniel Goings, Willy CogdillFive Cardinal wrestlers have qualified for the State Wrestling Tournament Championships during the B4 District Tournament hosted in Chadron last weekend. The top 4 finishers in districts qualify for the state tournament.
106 - 2nd Daniel Goings
120 - 2nd Joe Ritzen
182 - 1st Willy Cogdill
220 - 1st Tanner Kickland
285 - 3rd Alex Fritzler
UNWNRD News Release: Thursday February 12, 2015A team from Sidney High School will represent the Panhandle for the Nebraska Envirothon Contest near Cozad at Camp Comeca onWednesday, April 29, 2015. The first place team comprised of Skylar Arent, Tanner Nienhueser, Theda Parker, Logan Uhlir and Ryan Birner earned the state berth on Tuesday, February 3 at the contest held at the Prairie Winds Community Center. Forty-nine students competed in the split regional contest.