Shakespeare Festival Club provides an opportunity for students of all grades to take the Bard beyond the classroom
The Columbian, has won the first place award for the second year in a row in the national competition held by the American Scholastic Press Association.
Columbia High School participated in the North Jersey School Music Association’s annual Concert Band Festival
Students from Columbia HS Model UN attended a conference at West Windsor-Plainsboro HS.
The Columbia High School Literary Magazine, Guildscript, has received two separate national awards.
The artistic endeavors of students from Columbia High School and five additional local high schools, are currently featured in an innovative display in 1978 Maplewood Arts Center’s eighth annual Advanced Placement studio art exhibit, “Fresh 8.0."
Whether home or away, the Columbia High School Girls Varsity Swim Team continues to amaze and to win.
Both the Columbia High School Boys’ and Girls’ Fencing teams won their first meet of the season against West Essex which was held at the West Essex High School in December.
Columbia High School freshman girls’ soccer team last week put the finishing touches on an undefeated 2015 season, beating West Essex 4-1 in its final game.
The CHS Cougars Marching Band performed in the Nationals Competition
Coach Lisa Morgan’s Columbia varsity boys cross country team is headed to the New Jersey State Group IV Championship as one of the top five finishers in Saturday’s New Jersey Group IV, Section 2 championship at Greystone Park in Morris Plains.
The Parnassian Society, Columbia High School's presentation of "Almost, Maine" by John Cariani opened on Friday, November 13 in the school's Black Box Theater. Click to view future dates and ticket information.
The Columbia boys varsity cross country team traveled to the renowned Van Cortlandt Park course in the Bronx, New York on Saturday, October 17 for the NYC Cross Country Carnival.
The Columbia boys varsity cross country team traveled to Brookdale Park in Montclair on Friday afternoon for the 2015 Essex County Cross Country Championships. In a field of 21 teams the Cougars finished second to one of the best teams in New Jersey, Millburn.
For the first time, Columbia High School will have a chapter of the National Honor Society