Chatfield Senior High School

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Chatfield Senior High School
7227 South Simms Street
Littleton, Colorado

United States
Coordinates 39°35′13″N 105°07′55″W / 39.587°N 105.132°W / 39.587; -105.132Coordinates: 39°35′13″N 105°07′55″W / 39.587°N 105.132°W / 39.587; -105.132
Type Public secondary
Motto Charger Pride, It's What's Inside
Established 1985
School district Jefferson County Public Schools
Principal Chad Broer
Grades 9 to 12
Enrollment Open
Color(s) Burgundy, silver, white, and black                 
Mascot Chargers
Superintendent Dr. Cindy Stevenson
Rivaling school Columbine High School

Chatfield Senior High School is a high school located in an unincorporated area of Jefferson County near Littleton, Colorado, United States. It is part of the Jefferson County Public Schools system.


Chatfield Senior High School opened in the fall of 1985; there was no senior class its first year. The school's first graduating class was the Class of 1987. During reconstruction on Columbine High School and after the Columbine High School massacre, Columbine students attended classes at Chatfield.


Chatfield has produced well-known athletes such as LenDale White, Ryan Vena, Katie Hnida, Robbie McEwen and Zac Robinson. Chatfield's football team in 2001, led by Coach Dave Logan, defensive tackle Robbie McEwen, QB Ryan Bucher and running back LenDale White, won the state championship. In 2001 Chatfield's football team went undefeated, winning the Jeffco and State Championships and ending the season ranked 11th in the nation.

Chatfield's athletic rival is Columbine High School.[citation needed]

Awards and recognition[edit]

Chatfield's marching band is among the top in the state each year, having placed 4th in 2000, 7th in 2005, 10th in 2006, 6th in 2007, 7th in 2008, 9th in 2009, and 9th in 2012.

Chatfield's pom squad also took 1st in league for the 2006–2007 year as well as 3rd at the NDA nationals in Florida.

In 2009 the Lady Chargers varsity soccer team took state.

In 2010 Chatfield student athletes beat rival school Columbine in every varsity sport.

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