Canajoharie High School

Rebecca Gleason, Principal
136 Scholastic Way, Canajoharie, NY 13317
518.673.6330 | 518.673.3177 fax |

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Four Canajoharie seniors recognized at regional event

Congratulations to Canajoharie High School graduating seniors Lauren Mayer, Cassie O'Connor, Zoe Plant and Dominick Simpson. They were recognized for their academic accomplishments and growth at the inaugural Regional Student Recognition Dinner, which was held Monday, May 23 at Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES. (read more and see photos)

Graphic design students create Post Prom t-shirts

Students in Mrs. Michelle Egelston's Graphic Design class at Canajoharie High School this year designed the 2016 Post Prom t-shirt. The t-shirts have been a 28-year tradition at the school. (read more and see photo)

Math and technology students collaborate on solar project

Using parabolic equations and construction skills, students in Mrs. Patricia Countryman’s Applied Pre-Calculus class and Mr. Dwayne Heroth’s Energy and Power class worked in pairs to create functioning solar cookers, which they used to make hot dogs during class. (read more and see photos)

Canajoharie High School National Honor Society inducts 34 new members

The Canajoharie High School Chapter of the National Honor Society Thursday, May 19 inducted 34 new members during a ceremony in the school auditorium. (read more and see photos)

Four Canajoharie teams earn Scholar Athlete status

Congratulations to the Canajoharie High School spring varsity athletic teams who qualified to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Team Award. (read more)

Former wrestling star talks with Canajoharie students about choices

Using the tragedies from his own life to illustrate a poignant message, former professional wrestler Marc Mero, a.k.a Johnny B. Badd, told a crowd of Canajoharie middle and high school students Monday, May 2 that they will be defined by the choices they make. (read more and see photos)

New surveys seek feedback from seniors

The Canajoharie High School Counseling Office has administered two new senior surveys to seek feedback regarding students’ overall educational experience and to improve efficiency and accuracy in the reporting of post-secondary plans of graduates. (read more)

Mangia! Annual competition teaches Canajoharie students basics of Italian cuisine

Canajoharie High School students enrolled in Mrs. Mauranda Comley’s International Foods class held the annual Pasta Competition Wednesday, April 20. (read more and see photos)

SADD Talent Show a success

The CHS SADD chapter held its annual All School Talent Show April 15. Proceeds from the enent will go to benefit the Post Prom Party. (see photos)

International Food students learn about Irish cuisine

After studying Irish cuisine, students enrolled in Mrs. Mauranda Comley's International Foods class got a chance to prepare and taste Irish food for St. Patrick's Day. (read more and see photos)

Fox earns National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame award

Congratulations to Canajoharie High School senior football player Jace Fox. He recently received a Scholar-Athlete Award from the Capital District Chapter of the National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame. (read more and see photo)

Canajoharie student musicians perform with Philadelphia Orchestra cellist

Canajoharie student musicians from the district’s orchestra program performed for elementary and middle school classes March 7 alongside a professional cellist from the Philadelphia Orchestra. (Read more and see photos and a video)

Healthy, respectful relationships focus of Canajoharie activities

Throughout the week of Feb. 29 Canajoharie High School students immersed themselves in discussion and activities focusing on respect – self-respect, respect for others and respectful relationships. (read more and see photos)

Computer crimes investigator speaks with students about online behavior

An investigator with the New York State Police spoke with students in grades 8-12 March 1 about online behavior and safety. The investigator's presentation is part of a series of activities planned at the high school focused on respect – self respect, respect for others and respectful relationships. (read more)

Music concerts announced

The Spring Concert Series will be held June 1, 2 and 7 in the Arkell Performing Arts Center. All concerts will be at 7 p.m. (Please note changes to original schedule. The George Vosburgh Memorial Handbell Choir will perform on June 1 and the East Hill Choir will perform June 2. (see the ensembles performing)