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Campus High/Haysville High School Chromebook Initiative


CHS/HHS will begin providing 1:1 Chromebooks to students in the Fall of 2019. Each student will be provided a Chromebook to utilize at school and at home. CHS students will be issued their Chromebooks within the first few days of school during their Language Arts classes. HHS students will receive their Chromebooks at Orientation.


Students in grades 9-12 will be issued a Chromebook, Chromebook case, and charger at the beginning of the school year.


  • Provide consistent access to digital learning tools while at CHS/HHS.
  • Equalize access to technology for all students.
  • Enhance Career Readiness: preparing students to use technology as a tool for creation, collaboration, and communication in authentic lessons.
  • Provide a consistent platform for more effective and efficient feedback between school and students and their families.
  • Empower our students with critical 21st-century skills.
  • Teach our students Digital Citizenship so they can safely and responsibly navigate the world of technology.

For more information, visit the 261 Chromebook Guide webpage by clicking the button below.



CHS State Baseball

The 2019 Campus Colts Baseball team entered the season with high expectations coming off a 2018 season that saw a third-place finish at the 6A state tournament. The Colts returned 8 starters from the 3rd place team and right away raced to a 7-0 start to the year. Facing league powerhouse Maize at home, Campus trailed 7-2 only to rally back for a 9-8 win. Campus locked up their first league title with a 4-0 shutout of Salina Central that saw Junior Tanner Leslie throw a no hitter. The Colts swept rivals Derby and Maize to finish the regular season 18-2.
Campus entered the post season as the number one overall seed in class 6A baseball and began their run with a 10-0 run rule of Topeka High, then secured their trip to the state tournament in Lawrence with a nail biter extra innings win against Junction City.
In the first round of state, the Colts made quick work of Derby, beating them for the third time in the season 5-1. The semifinal game matched up Campus with a talented Mill Valley team who was defeated with solid pitching and defense. In a fitting end to the season, the Colts went to extra innings against Lawrence Free State, with Junior Austin Warkins driving in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning.
The Colts amassed a multitude of post season accolades. Juniors Jackson Hartley and Tanner Leslie and senior Tyler Kahmann were named to the all-state team, with Tanner being named the 6A player of the year and coach Bryan Clasen being named coach of the year. 10 players were named to the all AVCTL team.
The team finished the season 23-2 and won the second state championship in the program’s history. They will be recognized during the first home football game, Sept. 6th, during halftime, where they will be presented with their championship rings. Congratulations to the 2019 6A state champion Campus Colts baseball team.

Welcome Alumni!

Reunion information will be posted here as it becomes available. If you would like to advertise your reunion information, contact the CHS office at 316-554-2236. If you haven't registered as a CHS alumni, click the button and submit your contact information to be notified of reunion information.

Anyone Can Be A Booster Club Member!

Whether you are a family member, CHS Alumni, teacher, student, or ANY community member, you could help support Campus Colt Athletics! THE CHS ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB is a representation of the family and friends that “choose” to support the Campus High School Athletic Department, which includes all athletic teams, either by volunteer work, membership dues, money donations, or donations of goods or services. The club is not limited to a specific sport, nor is it selective in its membership. Anyone having a desire to support CHS Athletics can be a member! You can find more information by viewing one of the brochure's below or you can e-mail us at

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Campus High Named Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase School.

Capturing Kids' Hearts

Campus High School has once again been recognized by the Flippen Group to receive a Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase SchoolsTM award for the 2018-2019 school year.

Through the Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools awards, the Flippen Group recognizes and celebrates campuses that go the extra mile each day, building an environment where students and staff feel safe and connected. Capturing Kids’ Hearts campuses across the country were considered for these awards based on the following criteria: 1) nomination based on observation by Flippen Group personnel, 2) level of implementation of Capturing Kids’ Hearts processes by all staff as measured by online surveys, and 3) data demonstrating that Capturing Kids’ Hearts has made a significant improvement in attendance, discipline, climate/culture, or academics.

A Flippen Group team visited each nominated campus to gather additional quantitative and qualitative data, and to interview students, teachers, administrators, and parents. They used a matrix of key measurements to gather information during the campus walk-through. Finally, an additional survey was conducted to collect feedback regarding the perceived climate and culture of the campus and its conduciveness to learning. Following this visit, the selection team reviewed all accumulated data and selected the campuses to receive the Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools awards.


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Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students can earn early release on the last day of the week by showing PRIDE:

Being Here: 5 or fewer absences
Doing Good Work: All grades A's, B's, or C's
Respecting Others: 5 or fewer discipline points

Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students who meet the criteria will be released at 2:04 on the last day of the week. Students who have earned early release will be notified on the first day of each week to allow them to talk with their guardian and arrange for transportation. Students will have a sticker in their planner that indicates whether they met the early release criteria. Students who have earned early release are not required to leave, but are allowed to stay and attend seminar. Please talk with your student and check his or her planner to see if he or she qualifies for early release.

Orders are still being taken for commemorative bricks for the clock tower and paved pathways in the courtyard. Purchase a brick in honor of a graduate, staff member, alumni, or friend. Let's link our history together. Get Order Form Here

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Kansas regulations now require that we provide all parents with notice of policies regarding Emergency Safety Interventions ("ESI''). The State of Kansas policy is available on our website and in our student handbooks. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.

Get Kansas policy here

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About Our School

School Facts

Principal: Mr. David Morford

Student Enrollment: 1524

Grade Levels: 9-12

School Colors: Black and White

Mascot: Colts

Member of the Ark Valley League for Activities

 Block Schedule

Time Black White
7:50-9:12 1 1
9:18-10:42 2 2
10:48-12:49 3 3
12:55-2:17 4 4
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CHS Administrators

Mr. David Morford, Principal

Suzette Cochran, Assistant Principal

Josh Godwin, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director

Brian Howard, Assistant Principal

Chantel Johnson, Assistant Principal

CHS Office Personnel

Jackie Solis, Principal's Secretary

Valerina Miller, Cashier

Ronda Robinson, Athletic Secretary

Debbie Miller, Attendance Secretary

Deb McKedy

CHS Counseling Department

Stacy Parks, Freshman Counselor

Todd Hook, Sophomore Counselor

Jeff Michael, Junior Counselor

Walter Zemanick, Senior Counselor

Mardy Moree, College and Career Counselor

Barbara Petik, Psychologist

Al Hoffman , Psychologist