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    Columbus East High School

    Home of the Olympians

    230 South Marr Road

    Columbus, IN 47201

    812-376-4369

     

    We, the community of Columbus East High School, share the commitment of encouraging growth through involvement and unity in order to shape positive attitudes. Through our actions, we will strive to reach academic and personal success by improving our character through understanding and leadership.

     

    Link: School Profile

     

    Daily School Schedule:

    7:40 - Warning Bell

     

     
    7:45 - 8:37 Mod 1 52 minutes Includes Morning Announcements
    8:42 - 9:27 Mod 2 45minutes  
    9:32 - 10:17 Mod 3 45minutes  
    10:22 - 11:07 Mod 4 45minutes  
    11:12 - 11:56 Mod 5A 44minutes

    Lunch

    Mods

    12:01 - 12:45 Mod 5B 44minutes
    12:50 - 1:35 Mod 6 45minutes  
    1:40 - 2:25 Mod 7 45minutes  
    2:30 - 3:15 Mod 8 45minutes  

     

    More Schedules can be found in CEHS Resources

  • Fight Song

    Fight on to victory
    Our O's march on,
    So brave are we.
    Hail to the mighty O's
    In orange and brown,
    Defeat our foes
    Our torch is burning bright
    Come on let's fight, fight, fight!
  • Link: Indiana DOE Statistics

    Columbus East is a public comprehensive four-year high school with 1,535 students and 95 certified staff members. It is fully accredited by the State of Indiana Department of Education.

    More than 80% of the professional staff holds at least master’s degrees, and all administrators, counselors and teachers are certified in their respective service areas. 

    Since opening in 1972, the school’s curriculum and schedule have been modified and revised to mix the best features of flexible modular scheduling with a more traditional structure. The unique program features large group/small group instruction, independent study, resource centers, unscheduled time and school-to-work opportunities. 

    Ten AP courses are offered within the Math, Science, and Social Studies Departments. Students may enroll in various college/high school courses for dual credit both on and off campus.

    Students choose from more than 200 course offerings in 13 departments. The typical CEHS student carries six courses but may enroll in more, given an eight-period instructional day and independent study for advanced students. 

     

     

More Information

  • Attendance and Absences

  • Absence Procedure