Corunna High School

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Corunna High School 417 E. King Street Corunna, MI 48817

Corunna High School (CHS) is a public secondary school located in Corunna, Michigan. The school colors are black and gold, and the sports teams have been named “The Corunna Cavaliers”.

School overview[edit]

Students and faculty[edit]

Total Students: 800

Male: 58% Female: 42%

Teachers: 42

Student to Teacher Ratio: 1:18

Total Corunna Students: 2,484


Corunna High School has a rich history of dominating athletics in the Mid-Michigan area when they were a part of the MMB and MMC conferences. Since joining the Capital Area Activities Conference after the MMC was ceased to exist, Corunna has been part of the white division. Corunna also has two state championships in track and field (1998 &1999). Corunna also has one in cross country (1997) and 2016 and basketball (1996)


The Science Club has annual trips to Canada. In every odd numbered year, the trip is to Toronto, with a trip to Niagara Falls every even numbered year.

The Spanish Club goes to Spain every other year.

The Quiz Bowl team also finished second in the State Tournament of 2006, with a loss to Williamston in the championship match. The Quiz Bowl team has recently been named 2007 State Champions for the Michigan State University's Quizbusters Challenge.

The Corunna High School Odyssey of the Mind Team has won 4 World Championships: 1991, 2000, 2003, and 2004. At least one high school team has competed in World Finals every year since 1998-1999.

Media center[edit]

The media center has a collection of fiction and nonfiction books available for circulation. The information system used to locate and circulate books is Symphony. The media center has a small bank of computers available within the media center and also a classroom computer lab.

The media center is staffed with a full-time media center paraprofessional. The district has a K-12 certified media specialist.

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Coordinates: 42°59′00″N 84°06′47″W / 42.9833°N 84.1131°W / 42.9833; -84.1131