Click HERE and HERE to read Welcome Letters From Principal Aaron and HERE for a special welcome to the class of 2018
Please click HERE for the 2014-15 SOMSD Calendar & Handbook
Click HERE for September Community Flyers from Achieve Foundation, The Loft at Columbia High School, Girl Scouts, Lydia Johnson Dance School, Maplewood Dept. of Recreation & Cultural Affairs, Maplewood Memorial Library, National Council of Jewish Women, New Providence Recreation, South Orange Dept. of Recreation & Cultural Affairs, South Orange Dept. of Recreation & Cultural Affairs, SOPAC, South Orange/Maplewood Adult School, Summit Community Programs and YMCA.
Click HERE for 2014 Summer Math Assignments
Click HERE for the Superintendent Search Outreach Plan, HERE for focus group information and dates and times, and HERE for an online community survey.
Columbia High School’s Production of CATS Dominates Rising Star Award Nominations Rising Star Awards are to NJ High School musicals what the Tony Awards are to Broadway shows: Deeply coveted and hard to get. This year, Columbia High School’s production of CATS scooped up an unprecedented nine final nominations, including … Read more
The CHS Shakespeare Festival took to the stage throughout the day on Friday, April 11, with Shakespeare-themed performances presented by more than 300 students, a new record! According to CHS English teacher and one of the festival’s organizers, Stephen MacPherson, the school’s Shakespeare Festival is currently in its 12th year … Read more
The CHS Home and School Association joins the rest of the district and teachers and staff of Columbia High School in congratulating Elizabeth Aaron on being selected as the new Principal of Columbia High School. We are looking forward to Ms. Aaron’s leadership of our school and know that it … Read more
The Board of Education unanimously approved the appointment of Elizabeth Aaron as Principal of Columbia at its meeting on March 17, 2014. She will begin her new role on July 1, 2014. In recommending Ms. Aaron to the Board, Superintendent Brian Osborne said: “As Assistant Principal at Columbia High School, … Read more
Good day, Cougar families. Next week, on March 4, 5, and 6, all juniors and some seniors will take the New Jersey High School Proficiency Assessment. Passing all the mathematics, reading comprehension, and writing portions of this test is a requirement for high school graduation in New Jersey. Students have … Read more