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Calumet High School welcomes you to our web presence; it is with great pride that we introduce you to our school.
The goal of the staff at CHS is to put students first. Our curriculum is outstanding and diverse, offering close to 100 courses. Opportunities range from 5 advanced placement courses to the ability to earn an entry level welding certification. Students can gain experience in the field through courses like Natural Resources, School Store Management and Carpentry. Following the rigorous Michigan Merit Curriculum, all students have the necessary courses available to successfully earn a CHS diploma.
Calumet High School offers many clubs, organizations and athletic opportunties for our student body. The North Star Battalion is the one of the oldest Junior ROTC programs in the Nation and allows students to expand their leadership while serving their community. Outside of the classroom, our students take part in fourteen different clubs and organizations along with eleven athletic teams. The success of the Copper Kings in competition starts with the success of our students in the classroom.
It is impossible to provide a complete picture of this progressive educational facility without visiting us in person, so we invite you to stop by and take a look at CHS.
Moving forward Calumet High School will continue to strive for excellence in providing all students with opportunities and support to follow their dreams, explore new areas and support their community.
The mission of Calumet High School is to educate all students in a supportive, challenging and disciplined environment to become lifelong learners whose performance is a credit to themselves and society.
We believe . . .
Student success is the primary goal of the school.
All students will be given the opportunity to find success.
Students will be challenged to set and achieve goals that stretch their talents.
Student learning will take place in a variety of ways.
Student success will flourish in a safe, supportive and positive environment.
Student achievement is directly related to positive relationships with role models.
Respect is vital between all stakeholders.
Every student is capable of success.
Students will be provided a well-rounded education.
Summer Schedule: Friday, June 24, 7:00 p.m. Practice in the Band Hall Saturday, June 25, 11:00 a.m. Pasty Fest Parade Saturday, June 25, 7:00 p.m. Firemen's Tournament Parade Friday, August 19, 7:00 p.m. Practice in the Band Hall Saturday, August 20, 11:00 a.m. Sesquicentennial Parade ...