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Sports Schedules
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Congratulations to Homecoming Court

Congratulations to the following students for being selected as Homecoming attendants and senior court recipients:

96th Grade

Domynick Welch, Trinity Dewees

7th Grade

Whitfield Sumner, Aubreigh Brown

8th Grade

Wade Gore, Adysen Baker 

th grade-

Tristan Sloan, Aubrey Hudson

10th grade-

Hayden Griffeth, Kinsey Akins

1th grade-

Jarrett Jarrels, Reagan Hudson

12th grade

Draymone Battles, Wyatt Hammond, Aidan Horne, LJ Jenkins, Deshamar Shepherd, Kent Sloan, Elijah Smith, Rodney Williams

Jada Bell, Ashtyn Brown, Caylea Gore, Maddilyn Johnson, Colby Reed, Raven Shepherd, Macie Thomas, Jessika Weekley


CMHS Activities Calendar



Sept. 20          Home Trenton MS/HS VB                  4:00/5:00/6:00

Sept. 21           Away Dixie Varsity FB                        7:30

Sept. 22           Away Bell CC                       7:45am   9:00am

Sept. 24           Away Bell MS/HS VB     2:10/4:00    4:00/5:00/6:00

Sept. 25           Home Yankeetown MS DH                4:00/5:00

Sept. 25           Away Bronson CC                  3:30     4:00

Sept. 26           Early Release

Sept. 27           Away Dixie HS VB                  4:00     5:00/6:00

Sept. 28           St. Francis HS VB                  3:30     5:00/6:00

Oct. 1              Home St. Francis HS VB                    5:00/6:00

Oct. 2              Away Bronson HS VB            4:15     5:00/6:00

Oct. 2              Away Williston High Q

Oct. 4              Home Ruth Rains MS VB                   4:00

Oct. 4              Away Cedar Key CC              3:00     4:00/4:45

Oct. 5              Home Hillard (homecoming) FB         7:30

Oct. 9              Away Cedar Key Varsity/MS VB     




College bound seniors and their parents are encouraged to meet us in the student (media) center to learn about selecting the right college, the scholarship process, and the best tips and tricks on finishing out their transcript to accomplish their dreams. Herff Jones will be there too so early orders can be placed to purchase caps and gowns. This is an exciting year but it is also very important seniors move through strategically to be ready for their next steps. Let Ms. Corbin help you develop a course of action that fits you and coach you on how to navigate through the process. It all begins here, with this meeting. Make YOUR FUTURE a priority. Make plans now to attend. Lots of important information will be shared here you won't get anywhere else. You won't regret attending but you WILL regret missing out.

Please refer to dress code guidelines on page 9 of the Student Handbook. Students found in violation will be required to phone parents and change clothes on the first offense. The next violation involves lunch detention and will result in ISS if it continues. Shoulder straps must be 3 inches in width and no midriff can be exposed. Shorts/skirts must be fingertip length or longer. Cuts and rips in pants cannot expose bare skin above fingertip length. See the handbook for more details. Parents, please help us by checking your child before they leave for school so we don't have to interrupt your day and their learning.


Our dual enrollment students had a meeting with college admission counselors on Friday in preparation for starting a new semester. The fever of excitement to have so many eligible and willing to participate was clear but so was the message of responsibility that goes along with it. Students are beginning their college transcript and in doing so must work diligently to be independent thinkers who can navigate the coursework and communication needed to earn passing scores. Students understand earning a D, F or W in a college course will make them ineligible to dual enroll any more as a high school student in this district. Parents of dual enrollment students, we urge you to help your child be on time and present for any and all college classes. This is a fabulous opportunity for students but they still need your support in accountability.


Parking passes can be purchased today for SENIORS from 8-12 & again from 1-3. Parking passes will be sold to all other drivers on Wednesday from 8-12:30. Purchase early to secure your spot. Drivers need to bring their driver’s license, current registration and insurance card. The cost to park on campus is $25.


Updated: 9/4/2018


Contact Us
High School Contact Info
808 N. Main St.
Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6000
Fax: (352) 493-6018
Middle School Contact Info
811 NW 4th Drive
Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6025
Fax: (352) 493-6048
Student request for Guidance appointment
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Parent access to student grades

 Parents with access can view their child's grades online through Skwyward Family Access.

Parents may come to the school to pick up their log in information and directions on how to access the site.   See Parents tab above for the link.

When requesting access, everyone must produce photo identification. 

Teacher of the Year
Chad Hodges  
ESP of the Year
Donna Brock