National Letter of Intent Student-Athletes

signingday-sliderNational Letter of Intent Day was this past Wednesday, February 3rd. A celebration was held in the north commons for our student-athletes, family and friends. More details on the award winners can be found here. Congratulations to all…

Anyssa DeVera
Liam Fitzpatrick
Brian Humphreys
Bennett Lehner
Caleb Lightborn
Caleigh Lofstead
Brian Murray
Lauren Rood
Fiona Samodurov
Erika Weber
Sarah Yang
Grand Canyon U
Boise State
U. of Dayton (OH)
Assumption College, Mass
Grand Canyon U
Bellevue College
Chico Cal State

CHS Hall of Fame Nominations

Hall of Fame Camas High School
Hall of Fame Nomination Form

• Nominees/Teams should have graduated 2006 or before
• Fill out the nomination form linked here
• All nominations are to be submitted by April 15, 2016
• Email form to

Mail to:
Camas Athletic Booster Club
Attn: Hall of Fame
PO Box 710
Camas, WA 98607
Hand Deliver:
Marcia Johnson
Camas High School
26900 SE 15th Street
Camas, WA 98607

IAA Program Information Meeting

iaa-graphicThe Integrated Arts & Academics program within Camas High School is hosting a short, public Showcase of student art and performances followed by a Program Information Meeting on February 11 from 7:00-8:30 PM in the Camas High School Theatre.  Prospective student applicants and their families are especially encouraged to attend.
The application window is now open to students who are entering ninth or tenth grade in the 2016-17 school year. The application form and more information may be found online at the IAA website:

Chartrand Rolls to 3rd Place @ Districts

Shelby Chartrand (left) celebrates with her teammates during the district meet Friday.(Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)

Shelby Chartrand cheered the loudest, and finished in the top three at the district meet Friday.
The Camas High School junior led the Papermakers to some their highest baker games of the season, as well as a fifth-place finish.
“That was amazing. We had so much fun,” Chartrand said. “My teammates pumped me up and kept me going. As they kept cheering, any negative thing in my mind just went away.” Read more at the Post Record

Camas Swimmers Rule the Southwest

Camas High School freshman Eric Wu won all four of his events at the Southwest Washington Invitational Saturday, in Longview. He also improved his state qualifying time in the 200-meter individual medley to 2:00.95. (Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)

The Camas High School boys swimming team put the finishing touches on a perfect season by winning the Southwest Washington Invitational Saturday, in Longview.

The Papermakers racked up 602.5 points to win the 16-school meet. Mountain View was second with 545, Mark Morris third with 504 and Union fourth with 311. Read more at the Post Record