King and I Permission Slip

8th Graders – Be sure to bring in your permission slips and money by Friday 4/28 – for the King and I trip.

King and I Permission Slip

“An Evening of Percussion” – Friday, April 21st at 7:30 PM

Come see the 5th annual “An Evening of Percussion”, Friday, April 21st at 7:30 PM. Students from Canton Middle and High School will be featured.

Come see “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”

Come see how to “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” tonight (3/18) at 7 and tomorrow (3/19) at 2. Canton High Auditorium. $10 for students and seniors, $15 for adults at door.




CHS Choral Concert: March 2nd, @ 7:30 PM – “Songs of the Continents”

Come see the CHS Choral Concert: March 2nd,  @ 7:30 PM – “Songs of the Continents”  –  featuring a tour of music from around the world.


Prisms 2017

Tickets are available in CHS main office.


CHS Chamber Singers Caroling! Happy Holidays!

Canton High Students Accepted Into Northern Regional Honors Ensembles

Congratulations to the follow students who were accepted into the High School Northern Regional Ensembles

Drew Bidmead, Hollis Griffin, Mark Knebel, Miika Markkanen, Sarah Marze, Sara Melendez, Alexander Simmons, Morgan Vacca, & Dustin Van Kirk
Cole Glasgow & Elizabeth Raynor
Jazz Band: 
Tigger Kluessendorf


Chorus student, Drew Bidmead accepted to National Honors Choir

During the 2015-16 school year, along with other talented music students across the United States and overseas in military base schools, Drew Bidmead from Canton High School practiced with dedication to gain a part in his local, district, and state music honor ensembles.


And now Drew will join the “best of the best” for the National Association for Music Education’s (NAFME) 2016 All-National Honor Ensembles on November 13, during the 2016 NAfME National In-Service Conference in Grapevine, Texas (outside Dallas). The gala concert starts at 9:00am in the Texan Ballroom at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center and is free and open to the public.

The All-National Honor Ensembles consist of a concert band, symphony orchestra, mixed choir, and jazz ensemble. Students were chosen through an audition process. The concert band and symphony orchestra will each have approximately 150 instrumentalists, the jazz ensemble 20 instrumentalists, and the mixed chorus approximately 350 vocalists. Eligible students have qualified for their state-level honor ensemble program and competed against top students for a spot in these national honor ensembles.

Selected students are currently rehearsing a challenging repertoire in preparation for performing under the baton of five of the most prominent conductors in the United States: Dr. Anton Armstrong (Mixed Choir); Dr. William LaRue Jones (Symphony Orchestra); Dr. Paula Crider (Concert Band); and Chris Crenshaw and Todd Stoll (Jazz Ensemble). All conductors have received top honors in their field and will spend several days rehearsing with students before the concert