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All State Mixed Jazz Choir

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High school student and teacher smiling at the camera

This year, one of our Coal Ridge seniors, Alexis Bahena, went through a rigorous audition process including 3 stages of elimination to place into the elite All State Mixed Jazz Choir.

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CRHS 2nd Annual Souper Bowl

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Robotics Competition

Student building a robot
Student build a robot
Robot designed by students
the wheel of a robot

Get ready to save the date! February 3rd is about to get a whole lot more exciting with the Robotics team in town!

It's game time, and 16 teams are gearing up for a fun-filled day of autonomous and driver operated robots competing against each other. But this is not your average game.

This is FIRST® Tech Challenge - the ultimate student-centered program that unleashes creativity and sparks innovation. With every new game, teams get to design, build, test, and program their robots to perform a series of mind-blowing tasks. And that's not all! Participants and alumni of FIRST® get to unlock endless opportunities for education, career discovery, and exclusive scholarships. Plus, they get to join the FIRST® community for life!

So, come on down and cheer on the future innovators and disruptors!

Make A Wish Week

Asher Dancing Winter 2024
young student playing with older student
young student dressed up for winter dance
Group photo at high school winter dance
young student holding an action figure
Young student smashing a pie in teachers face
young student playing in cotton stuffing

Coal Ridge High School put on a show-stopping "Wish Week" to support Make-A-Wish Colorado. The star of the show was Asher, an incredible young hero fighting a brain tumor. His second-grade class and family joined forces with the district to make his dream come true - a trip to Walt Disney World Resort in 2022! Read more about Asher's story here.

 

The fundraising events were hotter than a fresh batch of cookies, with students donning their finest hats, the Girls Basketball players getting whip cream pies in their faces, Boys Basketball getting silly stringed, Mr. Batson getting slimed and students dumping icy water on the athletic director's head! The result? An incredible $9,800 raised for Make-A-Wish Colorado! With the culminating event being a semi-formal dance, including Asher as the guest of honor.

 

The Kids For Wish Kids program from Make-A-Wish Colorado empowers young students to lead fundraising efforts and make wishes come true for sick children. This Wish Week was a perfect example of students flexing their communication and leadership skills and making a positive impact in their community. And the cherry on top? The whole event was planned and executed by the students themselves, with the Coal Ridge Student Council advisors lending a hand.