217 S. Hofstetter
Colville, WA 99114
Phone: (509) 684-7850
Fax: (509) 684-7855
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The following are contact names and phone numbers:
Principal - Kevin Knight - 509-684-7819
Vice Principal - Phil Johnson - 509-684-7818
Athletic Director - Kelly Carr - 509-684-7801
Administrative Assistant - Rose Cashion - 509-684-7876
Main Office Number - 509-684-7800/Fax 509-684-7809
Counseling Office Number 509-685-2805
Address:  154 Hwy 20 East
Colville, WA  99114
Colville High School is located on the east city limits of Colville. The current Colville High School was built in 1993, and we have been proud to be the "Colville Indians" for the past 112 years.

The 14.5 million dollar facility provides students with state of the art technology in a beautiful educational setting. CHS is fully accredited and houses approximately 700 students in grades 9 through 12. We have 35 classroom teachers, 11 certificated support staff, 11 para-educators, 5 office staff, 4 custodians, and 4 kitchen staff.

Currently Colville High school offers two diplomas: The Basic Education diploma is a 19 credit diploma that meets Washington State's basic education requirements, and the traditional Colville High School diploma consisting of 23 credits. This diploma provides a concentrated college/tech curriculum that offers four years of math, science, and English, two years of a foreign language, including Spanish, French, or Japanese. Honors course are also available in each of the core academic areas. A strong vocational and technical program is also available. Electives are offered in a wide variety of courses such as electronics, commercial arts, ceramics, horticulture, floriculture, photography, carpentry, welding, band, choir, multi-media, just to name a few.

Full ranges of support programs for students with learning disabilities are available, as are personal and career counseling services. Colville high School offers flexible scheduling depending on the individual student's needs. There are zero hour classes offered before and after school to meet the demands of today's students.

Comprehensive interscholastic athletic programs are offered by well-trained and enthusiastic coaches in football, wrestling, basektball, baseball, girls volleyball, tennis, softball, track, cross country, soccer and golf. There are also numerous clubs and activities ranging from Knowledge Bowl to FFA, in which students may choose to participate.