Athletics and Activities

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2016 Fall Sports for Camas High School

8th Grade – 2016 Fall Sports for CHS – The CHS Athletic Office is now accepting paperwork for the fall sports season for the 2016 school year.   This includes boys’ golf/tennis, girls’ soccer/swim, cross country, dance, football, football cheer, volleyball and girls slow pitch softball.  Most teams will have spring/summer conditioning and all athletes need to be cleared to participate, check Dynacal for specific dates. Forms required and located at our website

  • Medical Emergency Form
  • Physical
  • Concussion
  • Eligibility (if transfer student)

Forms can be turned in at your middle school office and they will send them to CHS.

CHS Athletics and Activities Open House

What: CHS Athletics and Activities Open House

When: Thursday, May 19th from 6:00-7:30 pm

Where: Camas High School Main Gym


At the Open House you will receive information on CHS Athletics and Activities.


High points to the night will be:

  • Speaking with CHS club advisors and members to learn about their activity
  • Meeting with coaches of CHS athletic programs
  • Seeing what CHS has to offer

Liberty Middle School is a 2015 WA Achievement Award Winner

WA Award

We won for Overall Excellence, Math Growth, and English Language Arts Growth: Top 5% of all schools in Washington State. J


Overall Excellence Schools qualify for recognition if they are among the top 5% of schools based on the Composite Achievement Index rating. The Composite Achievement Index rating is based on proficiency and growth for schools not graduating students, and on proficiency, growth, graduation and dual credit for schools graduating students.

Special Recognition – English Language Arts Growth and Mathematics Growth Schools qualify for recognition if they are in the top 5% of the 3-year average Median Student Growth Percentiles (MSGPs) in reading or English language arts and/or math. To be eligible for recognition a school must have reportable school MSGPs in reading or English language arts and/or math for the previous three years.

State Science Olympiad Results



Congratulations to the Liberty Science Olympiad team for a great showing at the State Championship. The Liberty team placed 7th just 2 points away from 5th. All the team members put forth tremendous effort and represented our school well.  Liberty team members received medals for a:


  • 4th place finish in Bio-Process – Emma Wilds and Lexi Howard
  • 3rd place finishes in
    • Green Generation – Elizabeth Nilles and Michael Huynh
    • Poisons and Potions – Jacob Gianan and Shelby Lam
  • 2nd place finishes in
    • Bridge Building – Lexi Howard and Michael Huynh
    • LEAF Challenge – Ammon Jensen and Dalton Juan
  • State Champions in
    • Anatomy and Physiology – Sitara Shankar and Emma Wilds
    • Write it, do it – Joey and Tyler Stanley

Camas Dance Team

Do you think you can dance?! The Camas Dance Team is hosting a pre-audition workshop and camp the Friday and Saturday after spring break. If you are a current 8th grader you are invited to attend the pre-audition workshop on Friday, April 15 from 3:30-5:30 in the CHS wrestling room to build your confidence and prepare for upcoming auditions. Dancers will be taught current team warm-ups, stretches, learn technique combinations similar to tryouts, and have the chance to participate in a Q&A session about the tryout process. If you are a current 6th, 7th, or 8th grader you are invited to attend the Saturday camp on April 16. Participants will learn two fun routines taught by the CHS dance team. All levels of experience are welcome! Pick up a camp packet from the athletic office or room 308!


CHS Dance Team Kids Camp – 2016 flyer



Pennies for Patients

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in Pennies for Patients the last three weeks. Our goal for the entire school was $750.00. We more than doubled our goal and earned $1,588.13. We are so proud of our school and how much money we raised to help fight cancer.

All the money raised will go to Leukemia and Lymphoma society to help with research and treatment.

The winning advisory class that brought in the most money is Mrs. Stalheim’s class with $523.03.

They will be receiving a pizza party. Congratulations.

We have 4 classes that will be receiving banners for their classrooms because they met the goal of $100 level, $200 level, and $300 level.

bronze banner will be awarded to Mr. Henion’s advisory Silver banner will be awarded to Mrs. Batten and Mrs. Bell’s advisory.

And Gold banner will be awarded to Mrs. Stalhiems’s advisory class.

A big thank you to everyone going out of your way to show your kindness for others by collecting money for those in need.

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