Welcome to the web home of the Canadian High School Wildcats; thanks for visiting our web site.  We are "Committed to Excellence" and strive to make the site an important source for timely information for all users, and a gateway for improved communication between parents, teachers, students, and other members of our community.

Rick Berry, CHS Principal     A Message from the CHS Principal, Mr. Rick Berry



CHS Mission Statement

The mission of Canadian High School is to achieve academic excellence by establishing high expectations, providing a safe learning environment, developing character, and preparing students for the future.

Course Guide/Request Form

Course Guide 15-16.pdf
Course Request CHS 15-16.pdf

order your yearbook online

(Click link to order yearbook)


CHS Basketball Schedule
2014-2015 HS Basketball Schedule 15.pdf

CHS Track Schedule
2015 Canadian Track Schedule.docx

CHS Tennis Schedule
2015 Tennis Schedule (Formatted).xls

CHS Golf Schedule
Golf Schedule 2015.xlsx

Parental Newsletter

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Credit by Exam Schedule


Testing Window        Order Deadline

4th Quarter                December 8-12           November 10

1st Quarter                February 23-27           January 26

2nd Quarter               May 18-22                   April 20

3rd Quarter                July 6-10                      June 8


The purpose of the credit-by-examination program is to allow students to accelerate to courses that will challenge them without having to take pre-requisites that cover information they have already mastered.  See the campus counselor for more information. 

   Two Types of Credit-by-Examination:

1) Acceleration:    

Students that score at least 80% on any exam can attain subject acceleration/credits.  In order to qualify, a student cannot have any prior instruction in the grade level or course for which they are seeking credit.  A student may not attempt to earn credit by examination for a specific high school course more than two times. The test score will be entered in the student's transcript and the student will not be required to take the end-of-course assessment for that subject.

 2) Recovery:          

A student may be given credit for an academic subject in which he or she had some prior instruction if the student scores at least 70% on a criterion-referenced test approved by the school district board of trustees for the applicable course. 


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