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The CMHS Counseling Department has developed a comprehensive listing of community-based resources for parents.
 

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The Cheyenne Mountain School District is located in the southwest corner of beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado. The District has a total enrollment of approximately 4,600 students in preschool through twelfth grade. There are a total of five elementary schools offering grades K-6, and one preschool. The District has one junior high school for grades 7-8, a high school for grades 9-12, and a charter school serving grades K-12.
 
Being at or near the top of all schools in Colorado and the Nation in academic achievement is the result of students who come to school ready to learn, strong parent and community participation and support, and outstanding teachers, administrators, and a board of education who are committed to providing an environment conducive to all aspects of learning. Over 85% of our graduates go on to college, many in the most prestigious colleges and universities in the nation.
 
Once again, District 12 is the highest-ranked large school district in Colorado and is
"Accredited with Distinction"
 
 

 


The Cheyenne Mountain Indians Mascot

Tradition Pride Culture Sportsmanship Respect

Text Graphic of the word Indians
 

Different from common mascots like eagles, knights, tigers, or rams, the INDIANS mascot brings with it a responsibility to honor, respect, and celebrate Native Americans and their culture which we represent by taking the INDIANS name.

 

As students, staff members, boosters, fans, and community members, it is our responsibility to consistently model this honor and respect in support of Cheyenne Mountain High School.

 

Learn about Cheering with Real Meaning ... Be In The Know About the History of Our Mascot ... Go Indians!

 


 

Congratulations to D-12 State Award Winners!

The Colorado State Board of Education has announced this year's winners of the John Irwin Award, The Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award, and the district ELPA Excellence Award.  Below are this year's D-12 winners. You can click on the title of each award for a full program description.

 

John Irwin Award

Broadmoor Elementary School

Cheyenne Mountain Elementary School

Cheyenne Mountain Junior High School

Cheyenne Mountain High School

Vanguard High School

 

Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award

Broadmoor Elementary School

Cheyenne Mountain Elementary School

Vanguard High School

 

ELPA Excellence Award

Cheyenne Mountain School District 12

 

 

CMSD 2014 Capital Investment Project and Bond Issue Information
 

Website Accessibility

Content and templates within the CMSD12.org domain are published with a commitment to providing information that's accessible to individuals with visual, hearing or cognitive disabilities. Our objective is to fulfill our commitment by following ADA standards and best practices for website accessibility.

 

Efforts by our technology team to ensure the Cheyenne Mountain School District complies with the latest standards and best practices are routinely made in good faith. Content and templates are periodically evaluated using third party software available from The Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University.

 

Because we encourage teachers, administrators, staff, and others to update and change their web-based content regularly in order to provide timely and accurate communication, accessibility issues will inevitably arise.  So, if you are unable to access any page within the CMSD12.org domain, we ask that you report the trouble by emailing help@cmsd12.org or calling the District 12 Administration office at 719-475-6100.

 

 

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District News and Announcements

8/15/17

On August 14, the Board of Education approved the text of a ballot question (attached) that will be submitted to District 12 voters this fall.  The Board will be asking voters for authority to adjust the District's tax rate in order to continue collecting property tax revenue previously authorized by District 12 voters in 2011.

 

A change in state law last spring reduced the rate at which homes are assessed for property taxes.  This change, combined with the current D-12 tax rate of 53 mills, will result in a loss of mill levy override revenue to the District unless the Board of Education is authorized by D-12 voters to adjust the tax rate to compensate for these changes in property values. 

 

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7/18/17

Three District 12 board director seats will be up for election in November 2017.  

Current Board of Education President Steve Parker and Secretary Tom Neumann are term limited, so their seats will both be up for election for 4-year terms.  

Director Randy Case was appointed to the Board in November 2015, so his seat will be up for election for a 2-year term.

Details on candidate eligibility, process, timeline, and other important election details can be found on the Board of Education web page or by calling Dr. Cooper, Superintendent of Schools, at 719-475-6100.

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