Cambridge Springs Jr/Sr High School Home

Teacher with students in the classroom





Please review the attached letter to note all the exciting changes coming to CSHS! 

New  Traffic Patterns and Parking for the upcoming school year

CSHS Attendance area  has reorganized the parking maps and traffic patterns to improve safety on campus.  New traffic patterns and parking procedures will go into effect on August 26, 2019.

Please click here for detailed maps 


Cambridge Springs Trapshooting


The CSHS Trapshooting Team recently completed a very successful spring 2019 season.  The team, comprised of 20 area boys and girls (grades 6-12), participated in the PA High School Clay Target League.  During the course of the program, the athletes shot more than 15000 targets combined in both practice and competition.  Several athletes achieved many personal bests throughout the season.

Fifteen of the shootin’ Blue Devils competed in the PA State Championship Tournament (PSSA Grounds, Elysburg, PA) in June with more than 350 students representing 20 PA high schools.  The athletes experienced some tough targets under very windy conditions, but they made us proud.  Ian Anderson was awarded a 1st place medal in the JV class. Tina Belfiore claimed a 3rd place medal in JV class.

Five students (Jordan Rhoades, Curtis Caldwell, Luke Peterman, Kasey Kensil and Nathan Weber) represented CSHS at the National Tournament held mid-July in the MTA Grounds in Mason Michigan.   More than 2000 of the best students from across the United States competed in the three-day competition event.  The team finished with a very respectable 167 out of 207 (5-person) squads.  Additionally, Curtis Caldwell ran his first 50-straight in competition. 

CSHS will be participating in the fall traveling league starting in September 2019.  New shooters (boys and girls – all ability levels) are encouraged to join.  Please follow the CSHS trap team on Facebook.

Say Something is a youth violence prevention program from Sandy Hook Promise – a national violence prevention organization. Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows youth and adults to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. The system enables school administrators and law enforcement to create effective interventions and to help prevent violence, suicide, bullying, self-harm and other forms of threatening behavior.

With our Anonymous Reporting System, it’s easy and completely confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence and tragedies.

All School News & Events

The Spa Pitchfork on Twitter