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.

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Results of State Girls Tennis at Dodge City
Singles Bracket  |  Doubles Bracket  |  Individual Results  |  Team Results

CHS to Host Regional Cross Country
Cimarron High School will host the 3A KSHSAA Regional Cross
Country Meet on October 25. Click below for more details.
Information | Boys Course Map | Girls Course Map  |  City Map

Bluejays Defeat Lakin
The Bluejays defeated the Broncs at Lakin 38-36 in a close one.
The Jays host SWH Friday evening, and Fall Sports Senior Night
will be thrown in at no additional cost. This will be the last
regular season home game for the Bluejays.

JH Volleyball on Thursday, October 16
Cimarron hosted SWH. Last night was the C-teams last match
and they only lost to Leoti this year. Coach White and Coach
Holsten couldn't be more proud of their accomplishments this
year. From the first game to the last match they cam together
team and improved immensely.
A Team: 25-16, 25-20
B Team: 10-25, 13-25
C Team: 26-24, 25-15

Jr. Jays Lose to SWH
The Jr. Jays lost their first game of the seasonr on their last
game of the season 18-22. Although they just missed going
undefeated, they had a great run. Congratulations to players
and coaces.

Hi-Plains League Volleyball Tournament
The Hi-Plains League Volleyball Tournament for 2014 will
be held on October 18 at Lakin. Admission is $6 for adults
and $5 for students K-12. No League Passes will be accepted.
Click here for the schedule of matches.

Regional Girls Golf Results
The CHS Girls Golf Team placed 2nd at the Regional
Tournament held at Cimarron on October 13. Members
of the team oars Morgan Ediger, Maty Moyer, MaKenzie
Rogers, Konner Moler, Brynn Walker and Santana Pickle.
Morgan Ediger was the 1st place individual with a score
of 102. Click here for detailed results.

Cimarron Shuts Out Elkhart
THe Bluejays defeated the Elkhart Wildcats 50-0 to make
their record 4-2. The Jays travel to Lakin on October 10.

Articles by David Ediger, activities director
Read David Ediger's newest article which discusses
school classification for activities.
School Classifications
It's All About Winning
Team in Focus - Girls Golf
Scheduling Athletic Events

Kansas State Department of Education Website
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Principal John Luhrs on Public School Accreditation for the 21st Century
Near the end of 2012, the Kansas Education Commission proposed a number of recommendations related to education in Kansas. The State Board of Education was asked to review the current accreditation process known as the Quality Performance Accreditation or QPA model. The QPA model, developed in 1992 and modified in 2005 relied on 11 quality assurances in order for the school to be accredited. One of the most important elements of the accreditation process included the individual school’s performance on the state assessments.  The new model the State Board of Education is considering maintains an emphasis on school achievement, but is more interested in the instructional process that schools use to achieve their results.

If adopted, the new accreditation process will use the “five R’s” as a way to focus on the quality of a 21st Century education model. The “five R’s” will scrutinize the quality characteristics of Relationships, Relevance, Responsive Culture, Results and Rigor. According to information provided by the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) the following definitions for each of the “five R’s” are further explained:

Relationships include “a state of interconnectedness among people, curricula, programs, projects, and communities-are critical in establishing connections that result in high performing learning environments.”

Relevance is “the power and ability of specific information to meet the needs of its user-strengthens learner motivation and allows learning to become more engaging, empowering, connected, applicable to the real-world, and socially significant.”

Responsive Culture relies on input from the community and “one that readily reacts to suggestions, influences, appeals, efforts, or opportunities-empowers all stakeholders to become respectful of, responsible for, and involved in learning, the learning process, and the learning community.”

Results require “witnessable evidence of growth and learning-allows curriculum and instruction to be delivered in a timely fashion based on the needs and desires of the individual learning.  Informative and summative assessment, coupled with research-based effective teaching practices, can provide the data and information necessary to fuel teaching and empower learning.”

Rigor is defined as “a relentless pursuit of that which challenges and provides opportunity to demonstrate growth and learning-is essential is addressing the needs of our rapidly expanding society and world.”

How is Cimarron High School working towards accreditation using the new model?  Our Individual Student Learning Plans, by design, address each of the “five R’s” and help our learning community focus on academic success for each of our students. Through multiple assessments, interest inventories, career exploration, stakeholder interviews and a focus on post-secondary education planning we are preparing our kids to be successful in high school and beyond.

CHS Booster Club Membership Form
Click here to join the CHS Booster Club or
for more information.

Alumni Website
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



Cimarron-Ensign Unified School District 102