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Click Here for Mental Health Resources and Support


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


Click here to access the list of resources for parents

Who Do I Call?

Click on the organizational chart below to locate the appropriate D-12 administrator

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Financial Tranparency

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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

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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 More about Cheering with Real Meaning


Be In The Know About the History of Our Mascot


Go Indians!

CMHS Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening

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Click on the photo above to view photos from the CMHS Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and the latest project update from CRP Architects

New State High School Graduation Requirements

In September 2015, the Colorado State Board of Education adopted the first-ever Colorado Graduation Guidelines. This action by the State Board now requires students (starting with students currently enrolled in the 7th grade) to meet or exceed the Colorado Graduation Guidelines in order to graduate from high school.  


Click here to review a summary document explaining the Colorado Graduation Guidelines


Click here to review more comprehensive graduation information from the CO Dept. of Education.

Safe2Tell App Now Available

The Safe2Tell Colorado mobile app for reporting threatening behaviors and safety concerns in Colorado is now available for students, parents, and community members on the Apple App Store and on Google Play.  The Safe2Tell mobile app is password protected, allows reporters to upload videos or photos, and has the ability to conduct a two-way dialogue between the reporter and dispatcher using a unique log in and password. Click on the icon below for more information on the app from Safe2Tell Colorado.



Changes to Immunization Requirements Begin July 1, 2016

Colorado law requires students attending public schools to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases.  Beginning July 1, 2016, several changes to Colorado law on student immunizations will take effect including a requirement that parents/guardians seeking non-medical (religious or personal belief) exemptions for children must submit non-medical exemption forms annually.


NOTE:  Parents who choose to use the optional online exemption form through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment must also provide notification directly to their child's school.  Only information provided directly to District 12 Schools is protected by the Family Educational Records and Privacy Act (FERPA).  


Please click on this link to download a letter from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment detailing this and other changes and a chart that details which vaccines are required for school attendance.