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TR1BE Announcements

3 days ago

antler alert!

Students in AP Environmental Science classes are partnering with Wyoming Game & Fish and Laramie County Conservation District to investigate the movement of mule deer in Cheyenne.  Using radio collars and other technologies, students are tracking our backyard bucks and does as they move through our neighborhoods.   Check out their project page to get updates on what they're learning

This is a picture of students participating in this Antler altert.


As you order official transcripts from the records office at CHS, please confirm the transcript format the college(s)/university(s) will accept as official. In most cases, faxing or emailing transcripts are not considered official.  Yet, there are some exceptions.  In order to assure your college applications are complete, it is important that you know and request the acceptable official transcript format for each College/university that you apply to. --Mr. Norman.

Consider taking the time to review the scholarships found at Central High School.  To do so, review the document found at this link.  Some applications are online, while others require a paper copy found in the Career Center.


Boys State:  Applications are now being accepted for Wyoming Boys' State, a program of The American Legion.  This program helps prepare juniors to grow as leaders in their schools and communities, and is a great academic experience and resume builder.  Student delegates participate in a model state, complete with governmental bodies and elected public offices.   Applications are due by March 16, 2018.

Wyoming Boys' State is designed to mirror the structure and operation of state government while providing training in practical citizenship, leadership and character.  It is a non-partisan week long educational program that takes place at the Wyoming State Fairgrounds in Douglas June 2-8, 2018.  More information is available at:

Classroom work, lectures, and hands-on activities promote learning by doing and tuition is covered by American Legion posts and other community-minded organizations from throughout the state.  Plus, college scholarship opportunities are available, and we offer 3 college credits for those that complete the program.

Laramie County 4-H Carnival

  • When: Sat. March 24th, 12 - 5 p.m.
  • Where: LCCC Recreation & Athletic Center, 1400 E. College Dr.
  • Tickets:  $1.00 Basket Raffle, $.25 Game tickets
  • Food: $1.00 - $5.00
  • All Proceeds go to support the Laramie County 4-H program.  For more information please call 307-633-4383.
This is a picture of the Laramie County 4-H carnival 2018

Congratulations to our Speech and Debate Team for bringing home 1st Place!!!!! GO TR1BE!!!

Congratulations to Mr. Berry and FFA for having the winning  door in the Christmas Door Decorating Contest.

This is a picture of Mr. Berry and his winnin Christmas door.

Central High Mock Trial - 4th PlaceA picture of the Mock Trial team for Central.

  Congratulations Swim Team 3rd at State!!!!Picture of Swim team going to state.  Says "Swim Team 3rd at State"


This is a picture of Central Marching Band at State, caption says, "Central High School State Marching Band."

Central High School State Marching Band.

This is a picture of the plaque that State Marching Band brought home.  The caption says, "Congratulations Marching Band for bringing home a Superior."

Congratulations Marching Band for bringing home a Superior!!!

Central High School Choir with  LCCC ChoirThis is a picture of Central High Choir and LCCC Choir


Lifetouch School Portraits

Retake images and data from Picture Day for Central High School are now available on the Lifetouch Portal.

To download the images and data:

  1. Log in to the Lifetouch Portal.
  2. Go to Image & Data Management.
  3. Select the retake information you want to view and download.
  4. Click the Download button.

If you have questions or need assistance, contact your Lifetouch representative or call the local Lifetouch office. You can also contact Lifetouch Technical Support at 1-800-598-2466 or

chs tennis

Girls Tennis: state champs


volunteer time!!!!

  CHS Principals with UW Football Coach

2017 Club Rush

Club Rush 2017

Lunch time at central high school



Fred George, Principal
Colleen West, Associate Principal
Kristen Siegel, Assistant Principal
Nick Lamp - Assistant Principal

Courage Office (A-G) 307-771-2694
Pride Office (H-N) 307-771-2690
Spirit Office (O-Z) 307-771-2692
Records Office 307-771-2691

Main Office: 307-771-2680
Fax: 307-771-2699

5500 Education Drive
Cheyenne, WY 82009

A message from Central Principal Mr. Fred George

about 1 year ago

Dear Parents/Guardians and Students                                                                                                          

Thank you all for allowing me the opportunity to serve you. I am proud to be a member of our Central High community. 

I take great pride in our rich history and academic  achievement.  At Central High School we offer a full compliment of athletic programs, extra-curricular activities, and over 35 clubs.  Students are encouraged to contribute to their school and local community; those student volunteers earning the highest service honor at Central High School will volunteer over 400 hours!


Students are encouraged to attend Academic Support Time (AST) both before and after school. Additionally, students can work with a certified teacher from 3:15-4:15 PM, Monday thru Thursday, in our Extended Day program. Certified teachers, representing over five core content areas, are ready to assist with homework, general questions, or test preparation.


Our staff at Central High School would like to invite your son/daughter to participate in our ACT preparatory opportunities being offered this school year.  Your child’s performance on the ACT is very important for a number of reasons.  These scores determine whether a student in college is eligible to take a class for credit, or if he/she must take a remedial course instead for no credit.  Additionally, ACT scores are used as one determinant in Hathaway Scholarship eligibility.  The University of Wyoming’s entrance standard is a composite ACT score of 21; most institutions of higher learning have similar requirements.
Please contact me at any time to visit about questions you may have regarding your school. 
I value your input and your role as a student or parent/guardian. It is clearly a shared mission to guarantee a quality education for our students. 


Fred W. George
CHS Principal



Administrative Connections

9 months ago

Picture of Assistant Principal Lamp

Courage Office

Mr. Lamp


Picture of Associate Principal West

Pride Office

 Mrs. West


Picture of Assistant Principal Siegel

Spirit Office

Mrs. Siegel


My name is Nicholas Lamp, Assistant Principal in the Courage Office.

I oversee students whose last name starts with A – G. This is my 12th year as an educator. Before becoming an assistant principal here at Central High School, I taught junior high and high school mathematics, coached junior high and high school wrestling, and coached junior high track. This is my first year at Central and I couldn’t be more excited to be a new member of the Indian community.


Mrs. Colleen O. West is the Central High School Associate Principal.

Mrs. West oversees the PRIDE Office students whose last names begin with the letters H-N. 

She was a teacher at Central prior to becoming an administrator at the school in 2003.  Mrs. West and the PRIDE Office staff assist each student by providing individualized academic planning and support. Students are encouraged to explore their course of study, dual enrollment opportunities, AP courses, AVID, ACT prep, post high school career planning and college exploration.


My name is Kristen Siegel. 

I am a Central Graduate and former Spanish teacher.  I have been an Assistant Principal at Central for 6 years.  My first year I was the freshmen principal.  For the last 5 years I have been the Assistant Principal in the Spirit Office. I work with students and their families whose last names are O-Z  

I also oversee the Special Education Department.  

I enjoy spending time with my family, being outside and reading.   


4 months ago

CHS Yearbook


Yearbook is produced by the Central Students and overseen by the Advisor Mrs. Amy Tighe.

If you have any questions,

please contact Mrs. Tighe

Picture of School Yearbooks

To send your senior picture please call Central High School 307-771-2680, to get Mrs. Tighe's email address.

School Store

4 months ago


School Store

Marketing Education & DECA

The school store is a non-profit, classroom based enterprise which is part of the Marketing Education Program here at Cheyenne Central High School.  Daily business operations and transactions occur, while the purpose of the program is to allow students to experience real life management and retail situations.  
    Included, are pictures and descriptions of the variety of merchandise we offer at the school store. Products range from t-shirts to sweatshirts and accessories.  Products are popular with students, parents, fans and staff members who are dedicated to showing their school spirit!

The school store is also a place to get various types of snacks and drinks.  A selection of jerky, nuts, bagels, chips, water, and assorted coca-cola products are available for a reasonable price. 

The school store is located west of the commons at the intersection of the language and P.E. halls.  It is open 7:30-3:30 daily.  In order to purchase the clothing items shown above, please contact Lori Meredith or stop by and take a look!  

Take a look at what the store has in stock by clicking the read more below    

Picture of School Store

CHS Counselors