Principal's Message

On behalf of the Churubusco Jr.-Sr. High School staff, I would like to welcome each student, parent, guardian, and community member to a new and exciting school year. A heartfelt welcome goes out to our new students in the Churubusco Family. It is our hope that everyone who comes to Churubusco will ...
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Pay Textbook Fees Online

Parents,

You now have the ability to pay your student's textbook fees online using "Send Money to School".

Follow this link to see instructions to use this service.

Send Money To School

 Parents, 

You have the ability to deposit money into your child's cafeteria account from home!  By visitingSendMoneytoSchool you can deposit money, view purchase history, transfer money between kids and have other options as well.  You will need to know your child's student ID number in order to create an account and each deposit transaction costs only $2.00.  Please click here for parent instructions on creating an account and making your first deposit.

Mission

The mission of Churubusco Junior-Senior High School is to create a safe, respectful, inclusive learning environment that fosters and develops in students the knowledge, skills, and citizenship necessary for students to become active and positive members of a global society.

Vision

Providing excellence in education, promoting lifelong learning, and preparing students for an evolving world.

Slogan

Preparing our students for the world of tomorrow!

About Us

The Smith-Green Community School Corporation, located in Churubusco, Indiana, serves students from Smith and Green Townships (71 square miles) in Whitley and Noble counties respectively. Housed in a single PK-12 facility are Churubusco Elementary School and Churubusco Jr-Sr High School. Although both schools are located in one facility, they represent separate and distinct environments with their own administrative, instructional, and support staff. The Smith-Green Community School Corporation serves approximately 1250 students in a comprehensive instructional program.

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