We are committed to developing the whole child - creatively, culturally, socially and academically. We create college and career ready graduates beginning in pre-kindergarten. We help all of our students reach their potential as they develop critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creative skills to succeed.
We would love to share more about our school with you and invite you to enroll your child in our school.
We are proud to be Hylanders and know your students will be too!
Winter Weather Announcement: During the winter months in Minnesota, it is important for students to bundle up on their way to school, on their way home and during recess. If the temperature, including the wind chill is zero degrees or colder, then elementary students will not go outside for recess. Students in need of warm winter clothing can borrow them from the school for the whole winter season if needed including, jacket, hat, mittens, gloves or scarf.
Five CHPS students showcased their culinary talent at the third-annual Future Chefs Culinary Competition Thursday, March 14 at the high school.
Columbia Academy students took a walk over to Highland Elementary School last week to serve as guest readers in Emily Holter’s second-grade class.
Columbia Heights Public Schools student artwork shined bright during Youth Art Month sponsored by Art Educators of Minnesota.
Two teams from CHPS competed in the regional Destination Imagination tournament last weekend.