Campus High School

New Schedule

The USD 261 Board of Education made the decision on Monday, January 11, to continue REMOTE LEARNING for ALL MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL students through the end of spring break. For Remote Learning expectations, click the button below.

Breakfast and lunch will still be available at NO COST for all students. Reservations must be submitted EACH WEEK and can be submitted from Wednesdays begining at 8:00 am through Mondays ending at 8:00 am. To accommodate parents, an additional pick up time has been added. You can now pick up your meals for the week on Tuesdays from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm at either HMS, HWMS, or CHS, or you can pick up at all locations from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm. Meals will only be provided for days that school is in session. (For example, meals will not be provided for holidays, inservice days, etc.) You can find the reservation form by clicking the button below. Please include all students that are remote on one form.

New Schedule

Starting November 9, 2020, to ensure all schools comply with state attendance requirements, Haysville Public Schools will start 10 minutes earlier. Pick-up times for students riding the bus to school will also be 10 minutes earlier than their original scheduled time. The new school hours can be found by clicking on the button below. You can also find an updated School Calendar by clicking below.


School Hours         District Calendar


Below you will find the Learning Assurance Document that USD 261 is needing for all students. If you have questions or need help filling out this document there is also an instructional video below. This is for all learners, on site or remote and. We appreciate your help in getting this completed by Monday, September 28th.



Online Webinar

GEAR UP Webinar

Parents are you needing help navigating through PowerSchool or through online learning? GEAR UP can help! They will be providing a short webinar to help answer any questions you may have! Click the button below to register today.

Student Survey

GEAR UP is also conducting a survey for students about the impact COVID has had on them. This survey is open to the entire CHS Student body. To take the survey, click the button below.


Webinar Registration       Student Survey

Welcome Alumni!

Reunion information will be posted here as it becomes available. If you would like to advertise your reunion information, contact the CHS office at 316-554-2236. If you haven't registered as a CHS alumni, click the button and submit your contact information to be notified of reunion information.

Anyone Can Be A Booster Club Member!

Whether you are a family member, CHS Alumni, teacher, student, or ANY community member, you could help support Campus Colt Athletics! THE CHS ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB is a representation of the family and friends that “choose” to support the Campus High School Athletic Department, which includes all athletic teams, either by volunteer work, membership dues, money donations, or donations of goods or services. The club is not limited to a specific sport, nor is it selective in its membership. Anyone having a desire to support CHS Athletics can be a member! You can find more information by viewing one of the brochure's below or you can e-mail us at

     Brochure             Corporate Brochure

You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter by clicking below.

We're On Facebook!         Follow Us On Twitter!

Visit our online store for all of your Colt Gear needs by clicking HERE

Campus High Named Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase School.

Capturing Kids' Hearts

Campus High School has once again been recognized by the Flippen Group to receive a Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase SchoolsTM award for the 2018-2019 school year.

Through the Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools awards, the Flippen Group recognizes and celebrates campuses that go the extra mile each day, building an environment where students and staff feel safe and connected. Capturing Kids’ Hearts campuses across the country were considered for these awards based on the following criteria: 1) nomination based on observation by Flippen Group personnel, 2) level of implementation of Capturing Kids’ Hearts processes by all staff as measured by online surveys, and 3) data demonstrating that Capturing Kids’ Hearts has made a significant improvement in attendance, discipline, climate/culture, or academics.

A Flippen Group team visited each nominated campus to gather additional quantitative and qualitative data, and to interview students, teachers, administrators, and parents. They used a matrix of key measurements to gather information during the campus walk-through. Finally, an additional survey was conducted to collect feedback regarding the perceived climate and culture of the campus and its conduciveness to learning. Following this visit, the selection team reviewed all accumulated data and selected the campuses to receive the Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools awards.


Download our mobile app

Access CHS information quick and easy!

The app is available in the App Store or Google play for FREE.

Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students can earn early release on the last day of the week by showing PRIDE:

Being Here: 5 or fewer absences
Doing Good Work: All grades A's, B's, or C's
Respecting Others: 5 or fewer discipline points

Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students who meet the criteria will be released at 2:04 on the last day of the week. Students who have earned early release will be notified on the first day of each week to allow them to talk with their guardian and arrange for transportation. Students will have a sticker in their planner that indicates whether they met the early release criteria. Students who have earned early release are not required to leave, but are allowed to stay and attend seminar. Please talk with your student and check his or her planner to see if he or she qualifies for early release.

Orders are still being taken for commemorative bricks for the clock tower and paved pathways in the courtyard. Purchase a brick in honor of a graduate, staff member, alumni, or friend. Let's link our history together. Get Order Form Here

Call the school if you are interested in becoming a teacher helper, tutor, field trip monitor, etc. The students need YOU!

Kansas regulations now require that we provide all parents with notice of policies regarding Emergency Safety Interventions ("ESI''). The State of Kansas policy is available on our website and in our student handbooks. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.

Get Kansas policy here

Haysville Gear Up
Campus Athletics

E-Cigarettes and Young People: Know the Risks

The Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service, VADM Jerome Adams, has issued an important advisory on the e-cigarette use among todays youth. He stated that “the recent surge in e-cigarette use among youth, which has been fueled by new types of e-cigarettes that have recently entered the market, is a cause for great concern. We must take action now to protect the health of our nation’s young people.”
If you would like to find out more information, click on one of links below.

Parent Tip Sheet          Get the Facts

On the Calendar

About Our School

School Facts

Principal: Mr. David Morford

Student Enrollment: 1659

Grade Levels: 9-12

School Colors: Black and White

Mascot: Colts

Member of the Ark Valley League for Activities

 Block Schedule

Time Black White
7:40-9:12 1 1
9:18-10:47 2 2
10:53-12:54 3 3
1:00-2:22 4 4
Campus High School
Staff List

View Staff List for email addresses and teacher websites.

CHS Administrators

Mr. David Morford, Principal

Suzette Cochran, Assistant Principal

Josh Godwin, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director

Brian Howard, Assistant Principal

Chantel Johnson, Assistant Principal

CHS Office Personnel

Ronda Robinson, Principal's Secretary

Valerina Miller, Cashier

Melissa Bonds, Athletic Secretary

Debbie Miller, Attendance Secretary

Deb McKedy

CHS Counseling Department

Stacy Parks, Freshman Counselor

Todd Hook, Sophomore Counselor

Jeff Michael, Junior Counselor

Walter Zemanick, Senior Counselor

Mardy Moree, College and Career Counselor

Barbara Petik, Psychologist

Al Hoffman , Psychologist