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18 Years Old Yet?

Turning 18 soon?  Turned 18 already?  The following applies to you!

Register to vote in upcoming elections at the El Paso County Voter Registration Page.

Register for the Selective Service:  Men turning 18 years of age must register for the Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.  Failure to register may lead to fines, jail time, and loss of certain benefits, aid and/or services.  Registration is required by most colleges before they will process an application.

Seniors Only

Yearbook Information

Check out the Yearbook page for information on submitting pictures and ordering a yearbook.

 

Here is additional information to make your Senior Yearbook special.

Descriptions of Events Throughout Senior Year

Kiva

Kiva is a unique Cheyenne Mountain celebration.  This tradition is a dinner hosted by the junior class to honor the time spent by the seniors at Cheyenne Mountain High School.  The evening of socializing, reminiscing, and dining is interlaced with stories by the Master of Ceremony, performances displaying the talents of the graduating class and concludes with more than a decade’s worth of photos in the senior slide show. Click the link below to submit your photos or email Mrs. Brenner at .....coming in 2019.

Kiva will be hosted at The Garden of the Gods Club at 7 pm on April 16th.  Tickets are $35 and there will be limited seating. Don't delay in getting your tickets. Dress is semi-formal/business attire. NO JEANS!!

Prom is a junior/senior dance, which takes place at the Broadmoor Hotel in the Rocky Mountain Ballroom from 9 pm - 12 am on April 21st.  The formal event is held in the spring.  During the dance, the Prom court is recognized and the Prom King and Queen are crowned. Underclassmen may only attend as a guest/date of a junior or senior. Formal, semi-formal, or business wear is required.  Light snacks are provided.  Tickets are $45. 

After Prom

After Prom provides an alternative location for students to go after the prom event ends.  After Prom is held at the school in the two gyms and is organized, set up, and hosted by the PTO.  Each year's after Prom has a unique theme.  Students do not have to attend Prom in order to go to After Prom.

Capping Ceremony

The mortarboard is a mark of both significant academic achievement and of a lifelong commitment to the love of learning. Held in the gymnasium at Cheyenne Mountain High School, the Capping Ceremony is an intimate evening ceremony between the candidate for graduation and a special person chosen by the candidate to place the mortarboard upon his/her head.  This is an inspiring ceremony with light entertainment, succinct motivational speeches, and memorable picture opportunities. A buffet of desserts and beverages are served. Invitations are emailed to seniors with RSVP requests.

Senior Night

Senior Night is a fun-filled evening for seniors ONLY!  The school gym is opened up and filled with bounce houses, jumbo slides, volleyball games, four-square challenges, and much more.  The grills are fired up by the Principal and his administration team to serve up burgers and hotdogs for the hungry graduates.  This evening is a chance for the seniors to play, eat, sign yearbooks and spend a little more time with their peers that they have grown up with on the Mountain.

Graduation Supplies

Graduation supplies are available through Herff Jones.  You can check supplies online by clicking on the link below.

Link away from CMHS Site to Herff Jones site

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Important Senior Dates

Printable Senior Only Dates list

 

Wed., Aug 22
Senior Class Meeting w/Mr. Fortenberry, College Services & Graduation Reps from Herff Jones

Wed., Oct 10
Senior Picture Deadline

Wed., Dec 12

Baby Picture Deadline

Thur., Feb 7
Senior class panoramic picture at 9:30 am in the gym

Mon., Apr 22
Mandatory Senior class meeting (during school)
Kiva banquet for Juniors & Seniors (evening event)

Wed., April 24 Tentative
Spring talent show

Sat., Apr 27 - Sun., Apr 28
Prom and After Prom

Mon., May 6 - Fri., May 17
AP exams

Mon., May 6
Senior Night

Tue., May 14
Mandatory Senior Class Meeting
Academic Awards Night    

Fri., May 17
Seniors’ last day/Early dismissal schedule/
Farewell to Seniors BBQ/Yearbook distribution/
Cap & Gown Distribution

Mon., May 20
Athletic Awards Night

Tue., May 21
Senior Capping Ceremony

Fri., May 24
Mandatory Graduation rehearsal & breakfast at 8 am in Auditorium

Sun., May 26
Graduation at 1:30 p.m. at the World Arena
Student arrival at World Arena 12:30 p.m.