Cimarron High School is …
a 3A high school in southwest Kansas on Highway 50 between Dodge City and Garden City. We belong to the Hi-Plains League and our mascot is the Bluejay.
In cooperation with family, community, and students, the mission of USD 102 is to strive for excellence
by preparing students to be responsible, productive citizens in a challenging society.
CHS Music Students Attend Festivals
At the Regional Solo & Ensemble Music Festival, the
Girl’s Ensemble received a I rating, and the Mixed
Ensemble received a I rating. Soloists receiving I
ratings were Colton Bartlett (trumpet), Wyatt Bell
(alto sax), Paden Bergdall (vocal), Alyssa Deibert
(vocal) and Makenzie Rogers (vocal). These students
have qualified for the State Solo & Ensemble Festival
on April 25. Click here for a list of ensemble members.
At the State Large Group Festival, the Girls Glee
received ratings of I, I, I, and the band received
ratings of I, II, II. Congratulations to these students
and their instructors Lynn Unruh and Andrew Ebey.
CHS Art Students Show Work
Students of Steve Giebler recently participated in
the 2015 Hi-Plains League Art show. Vidal Mendoza
received Best of Show honors for his 2D Art.
Click here for a gallery of winning projects.
Morgan Ediger Represents CHS, the Hi_Plains
League and Kansas
Cimarron High School’s Morgan Ediger has been selected
as Miss Kansas, the state’s top award, from the KBCA.
Ediger joins Shalee Lehning (Sublette) and Lorrie Wells
(SWH) as the only female winners of the award from a
small school in southwest Kansas. All 3 are from the
Ediger averaged 19.6 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.4 assists
helping the Bluejays to a Class 3A state runner-up finish
this season and 2 consecutive state tournament appearances.
The Mr. and Miss Basketball recognition is awarded annually
by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association. Dean Wade,
St. John HS, earned the Mr. Kansas honor.
The 5’9 guard led the Lady Jays to a 25-1 record this year.
Over her 4 years at CHS, her teams finished with an 88-8
record (92%) and her class has never lost a home game,
spanning an impressive 51 games. During her 4 years of
high school she was instrumental in the team winning 4 HPL
regular season championships as well as appearing in 4
consecutive HPL tournament championship games, winning
the last 3. The Lady Jays also won 4 straight Bluejay
Invitational Tournament Championships during that stretch.
Making 4 straight sub-state championship game appearances,
the Lady Jays won the last 2 to compete at the 3A state
tournament in Hutchinson the past 2 seasons. Click here for
the rest of the story.
CHS Booster Club Membership Form
Click here to join the CHS Booster Club or
for more information.
A web site has been created by several individuals (not associated with U.S.D. 102) to ". . . handle all reunion information and allow classmates to find each other and communicate." Check it out at http://cimarronks.alumniclass.com.