Columbus East High School

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Columbus East High School
230 South Marr Road
Columbus, Indiana 47201
United States
Coordinates 39°11′44″N 85°53′10″W / 39.19556°N 85.88611°W / 39.19556; -85.88611Coordinates: 39°11′44″N 85°53′10″W / 39.19556°N 85.88611°W / 39.19556; -85.88611
Type Public high school
Established 1972
School district Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation
Principal Mark Newell
Teaching staff 78.84 (FTE)
Enrollment 1,525 (2013-2014)
Student to teacher ratio 19.34
Athletics conference Hoosier Hills Conference
Nickname Olympians

Columbus East High School (CEHS) is one of two high schools in Columbus, Indiana. East is a member of the Hoosier Hills Conference in athletics and has a total of 4 IHSAA state championships. It was founded in 1972 due to the growing educational demands of the community. As the population of the community rose, Columbus High School could not support all school age students. Columbus East was constructed and Columbus High School became Columbus North High School. The principal of Columbus East is Mark Newell.


The Columbus East Olympians competes in the Hoosier Hills Conference. The school colors are orange and brown. The following IHSAA sanctioned sports are offered:[2]

  • Baseball (boys)
  • Basketball (girls & boys)
  • Cross country (girls & boys)
  • Football (boys)
    • State champion - 1979, 2013[3]
  • Golf (girls & boys)
  • Gymnastics (girls)
    • State champion - 1990[3]
  • Soccer (girls & boys)
  • Softball (girls)
  • Swimming (girls & boys)
    • Girls state champion - 1983[3]
  • Tennis (girls & boys)
  • Track (girls & boys)
  • Volleyball (girls)
  • Wrestling (boys)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Search for Public Schools - School Detail for Columbus East High School". Retrieved 25 November 2015. 
  2. ^ "2015-2015 School Directory" (PDF). Retrieved 25 November 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c "IHSAA State Championships by School". Archived from the original on 11 April 2010. Retrieved 25 November 2015. 

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