Cambridge-Isanti High School seniors Advanced Placement scholars were recognized at graduation on June 5th for their commitment and success of taking the challenge of completing multiple Advanced Placement courses and international tests while enrolled at CIHS.
Taking all four CIHS AP courses offered plus at least one additional Advanced Placement test while enrolled in a comparable Concurrent College course are the AP Scholars of High Distinction who wore gold honor stoles at graduation to denote this honor: (Row 1) Sarah Titus, Emily Baker, Jenna Ramberg, Natasha Peterson, Taylor Weeks, Thessa Daniels, Mia Sharber. (Row 2) Tanner Hagen, Charles Barnhouse, Rio Hindami, Jonah Bensen, Ryan Fredlund, Brandon Whittemore. (Not Pictured) Alice Dimassis, Timofey Garbaly, Sage Ellen Troolin.
2016 Sports Start Date Information
individual state track qualifiers
Madeline Krueger, discus
Alissa Smith, pole vault
Sydney Crocker, 300 hurdles
John Solberg, 100 meter dash, 4 by 200 relay, long jump
Joe conrad, 110 high hurdles, 4 by 200 relay
Tom Holmberg, 4 by 200 relay
Calvin Thompson, 4 by 200 relay
Thomas Mickelson, 300 hurdles
Coaches of the Year
Congratulations to head boys track and field coach, Kent Viesselman, for being selected by his peers as Section 7AA Boys Track and Field Coach of the Year! Congratulations also to head boys tennis coach, Thea Lowman, for being named the Section 7AA Boys Tennis Coach of the Year!
All State Choir Recipients
Congratulations to Amanda Lindahl and Maria Leibel
Connor Hanson Selected for 41st Annual Play Ball MN! All-Star Series
Photo courtesy of Triple Bill Photograhpy
The series showcases 80 of the top seniors in the state. Connor becomes the 17th Bluejacket to represent the school and communities of Cambridge and Isanti at this prestigious event, which has featured current Minnesota Twins Joe Mauer and Glen Perkins during its storied history. The tournament will be played on June 19th and 20th at beautiful Chaska Athletic Park in Chaska, Minnesota.
Connor is a three year starter for the Bluejackets. ‚ÄúConnor has had a great career as a Bluejacket, both on the field and in the classroom. This is a great honor to recognize his accomplishments on the field. Connor will be a great representative of our school, baseball program, community, and the Mississippi 8 Conference,‚ÄĚ said Head Coach Todd Smrekar.
"Class of 2015" Senior DVD for sale NOW!
The DVD will have videos and photos of
commencement, the graduation ceremony,
Grand March and still photos of seniors.
Order forms are available in the
high school office - $20.00, prepaid only.
The DVD will be mailed to your home
the week following graduation.
Pictured are Bluejacket Head Football Coach Mr. Mike Hennen and Quarterback John Solberg. John was honored at a banquet hosted by the National Football Foundation, as one of eight Football Scholar Athletes in Minnesota.
School Resource Officer, Adam Gau, has been awarded the Minnesota School Resource Officer of the Year honor! The award is sponsored by Minnesota Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
Congratulations, Officer Gau!
Taking all four CIHS AP courses offered or three courses and at least one additional test while enrolled in a comparable Concurrent College course are the AP Scholars who wore gold honor cords at graduation to denote this honor: (Row 1) Maria Vavra, Shelby Sjodin, Paige Holt, Madaline Simon, Hannah Vandersteen, Maria Leibel, Jonathan Haseth. (Row 2) Lucas Kostelecky, Nathan Cox, Destiny Modena, Riley Karpen, Samantha Crea, Jana Lindvall, Mackenzie Patrick, Dakoda
Nieuwsma. (Not Pictured) Jessica Dahlstrom, Geoff Slaughter.
Final Day Goodbye at IIS
Our Isanti tradition of waving goodbye to all Isanti students continued again this year!
Enjoy Your Summer!
District Summer Hours
June 8, 2015 - August 28, 2015
District Office: 7:30 - 4:00
Community Ed: 7:30 - 4:00
Transportation: June & July 6:00 - 3:00
August 6:00 - 5:00
Academic All Stars
John Solberg, Joe Conrad and Nick Marshall were named Academic all state for boys track and field.
Congratulations to Bluejacket junior golfer Jade Newman
Jade qualified to compete in the state golf tournament for the second year in a row. She shot rounds of 73 and 77 and is the section runner up. Well done Jade and have fun at state.
CIHS Students Qualify for the
National Merit Scholars Program
Pictured: Brad Windschill, Jette Serie, Madison Spencer, Benjamin Nelson, Brette Springob.
Brad Windschill, principal of Cambridge-Isanti High School announces the juniors who have been chosen to participate in the 2016 National Merit Program‚Äôs College Plans Reporting Service based on their high scores they received on the PSAT test given last fall. Jett Serie, Madison Spencer, Benjamin Nelson and Brette Springob are among 50,000 highest-scoring participants of some 1.5 million program entrants. About 16,000 students nationwide will be named National Merit Program Semifinalists, representing the top scorers in each state. These students will learn of their standing in September.
Watch it Live!
Save the link and watch the CIHS Robotics Team at the World Championships in St. Louis Apr 21-25! Team #5464¬†http://t.co/f0gVOPwGAZ
*This link is for streaming activities in the Edward Jones Dome.
Please be aware of a road construction project that may have an impact on transportation departing from Cambridge-Isanti High School.
Afternoon departures from CIHS are anticipated to be delayed beginning Wednesday, April 15. Cypress Street will be closed for repair, and this will slow down traffic. No traffic will be able to enter or leave school grounds via Cypress (the street runs east of the high school by the tennis courts).
All traffic will exit and enter CIHS grounds from Fern Street (the street runs west of the high school past the Larson Baseball Field).
North Fern Street with be the only route entering and exiting CIHS grounds.
Please anticipate a delay of buses to transfer hubs from the high school. There is no way to know exactly how long transportation delays may be, however, it is being recommended that transportation times are adjusted to 15 minutes later than present arrival times. Please keep in mind that student and parent drivers may also be delayed in getting home.
Although morning traffic is not anticipated to be as delayed due to staggered arrival times, it is advised that you plan to arrive a few minutes early, in case of delays, if you are traveling to CIHS.
You are thanked for your understanding and your flexibility while you accommodate the transportation changes due to the road construction project near CIHS.
Cypress will be closed from 5th Ave NW through 8th Ave NW. This closure will remain for the duration of the school year.
The intersection of 5th Ave NW/Cypress will be open as much as possible, but will be closed at times. The intersection of 4th Ave NW/Cypress will remain open.
You can see the alternate routes via the green dashes, and the road closure in orange.
If you are heading north on Cypress toward CIHS you will want to take a left to go west on either 4th Ave NW or 5th Ave NW (as able).
Cambridge Primary and Intermediate Schools Traffic Study
Open Enrollment Option
Check out open enrollment!
Cambridge-Isanti Public Schools encourages families
outside our School District to consider
the open enrollment option for their children.
If you would like more
please call the School District Office at 763-689-6212
Every weekday of the year including many Saturdays, school buses of the Cambridge-Isanti School District are out on the roads of our community. Transportation continues after the traditional school year ends in June for Summer School and Special Education programs. Community Education programs and the Districts Year Round School Option program.