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  • Capital Parents and Guardians:


    Richland One is pleased to announce that Robert Craig Washington will be the new principal at Columbia High next year. Mr. Washington has more than 23 years of experience in public education. He has served as principal of Southside Middle School in Florence since 2006. He began his career as a teacher and taught at the middle school and high school levels. He also has served as a high school assistant principal and as an elementary school principal.

    Mr. Washington will assume his duties at Columbia High effective July 1, 2019. We look forward to the experience and enthusiasm that he will bring as he works collaboratively with the entire school community to continue and build upon Columbia High School’s proud tradition of excellence.

    Please be on the lookout for information in the coming weeks about a meet-and-greet for Mr. Washington. Students, staff, parents and community members will be invited to attend.


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    Parent Information

    ANNOUNCEMENT: We are calling to inform you that the Columbia High School PTSA General meeting will take place on Monday, the 27th of January at 6:00 p.m. in the school Library. Please come with your family members and/or neighbors to this important PTSA General meeting as we look forward to seeing you.


    CHS School/Parent Compact Document

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    CHS Parent Engagement Policy

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Happening Around CHS

  • FBLA Induction

    The Columbia High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders inducted seven students on November 18, 2019.

  • teacher cadets  Teacher Cadets

    The CHS Teacher Cadets had a great time and represented our school well at Columbia College on October 3rd. They performed "Pete the Cat: Cool Cat Boogie."

  • AP Human Geography

    Learn a little bit more about demography along with our AP Human Geography class. Students created scenarios and their rival AP Human class had to chart the hypothetical scenarios. Learn more at


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