Canajoharie High School

David E. Barnes , Principal
136 Scholastic Way, Canajoharie, NY 13317
518.673.6330 | 518.673.3177 fax | david.barnes@canjo.org Twiter: (@DBarneschs)

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Students create artwork to benefit local family

Art students at Canajoharie High School are again creating works of art to raise funds for a holiday donation. (Read more and see photos)

Course syllabuses now available online

Syllabuses for courses available to students at Canajoharie High School are now available to view online. Click on the "course syllabuses" link on the left side of this page to view the syllabuses.

Technology students make holiday toys for children

Students in the Production Systems class at Canajoharie High School are making toys to donate to children for the holidays. Working together, students made toy cars, tops and miniature baseball bats out of wood. The students expect to have more than 50 toys made before they are picked up for distribution. (Read more and see photos)

Canajoharie High School student punt, pass and kicks at Giants Stadium

Canajoharie High School freshmen Brandon King appeared at Giants Stadium Sunday, Dec. 14 and participated the National Football League’s Punt, Pass and Kick competition. (Read more)

Canajoharie students participate in Assemblyman Santabarbara's Student Cabinet

Canajoharie High School students Jake Brody, Grace Corrigan, Christina Towse and Alexander Vrooman were selected this year to participate in Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara's Student Cabinet. (Read more and see photo)

Alumni Association dedicates plaque to high school

Thanks to the Canajoharie High School All Alumni Association, a plaque featuring the school alma mater now hangs inside the high school's main entrance. (read more and see photos)

Technology students earn first place in electric vehicle competition

The Canajoharie High School Technology Club earned a first place win this fall in the Connecticut Electrathon. (Read more and see photos)

Canajoharie vocalists selected for Area All State Music Festival

Canajoharie High School students Nathan Ferguson, Robert Frazier and Jared Paratore have been selected to perform at the New York State School Music Association Area All State Music Festival Nov. 22. (Read more and see photo)

Artists visit high school to view mosaic, art facilities

Artists from the Little Falls-based Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts visited Canajoharie High School Tuesday, Nov. 4 to view student artwork, including the district's Mohawk Mosaic Project. (Read more and see photos)

October Students of the Month announced

Congratulations to the Canajoharie High School Students of the Month. October's theme was community service. (Read more and see photos)

School blood drive exceeds goal

Thanks to students, staff, teachers and community members, the American Red Cross collected 35 pints of much needed blood during a drive at Canajoharie High School Wednesday, Oct. 29. (Read more)

Junior/Senior Prom date changed to June 6

Mark your calendars, the date of the Canajoharie Junior/Senior Prom has been changed to Saturday, June 6, 2015. This year’s prom will be held at the Windfall Dutch Barn in Cherry Valley.

CHS students gearing up for Battle of the Books

Students at Canajoharie High School are preparing for the second year of competition in the regional Battle of the Books. (Read more)

Free Bassett program screens for heart health

Thank you to Bassett Healthcare's Community Heart Program for visiting Canajoharie High School Tuesday, Oct. 14. The free Bassett program offered heart health screenings to faculty and staff. (Read more)

Homecoming 2014 a success

Check out photos from the pep rally, parade and the Homecoming Court. Thank you to the Booster Club, teachers, staff, students and community members who helped make it a success. (See photos)

Creativity, school spirit on display during Spirit Week

Students at Canajoharie High School showed off their school spirit and creativity during Spirit Week. (See photos)

Don't Ring the Bell: Navy SEAL life lessons motivate CHS students

Students and teachers at Canajoharie High School spent much of the first two days of classes this year engaged in a variety of team building exercises revolving around the theme "Don't Ring the Bell," a motto inspired by the U.S. Navy SEALs. (Read more and see photos)