Coginchaug Regional High School

Coginchaug Regional High School
Coginchaug Regional High School
135 Pickett Lane
Durham Connecticut 06422

United States
Type Public
School district Regional School District #13
Principal Andre Hauser[1]
Vice principal Brian Bodner
Faculty 44.6 (on FTE basis)[2]
Grades 9 to 12
Enrollment 437[2]  (2005-06)
Student to teacher ratio 9.8[2]
Color(s) Blue and White[3]         
Athletics conference CIAC Shoreline Conference[3]
Mascot Blue Devils[3]
Nickname C.R.H.S.

Coginchaug Regional High School (C.R.H.S.) is a public high school located in Durham Connecticut named after the Coginchaug River. The school's principal is Mr. Hauser. C.R.H.S. is part of Regional School District #13 which encompasses Durham, Middlefield and Rockfall, Connecticut. Coginchaug is attended by 9th through 12th grade students.

A variety of academic programs and coursework are offered, including special education, standard high school classes at three levels, and Advanced Placement classes. The school's mascot is The Blue Devil. The school colors are blue and white.[3] The student newspaper is The Devil's Advocate, which is published on a biweekly basis as part of The Town Times, the local newspaper of Durham and Middlefield.



Coginchaug offers a range of sports and extracurricular activities.[4] The Coginchaug softball team has won eight CIAC state class "s" championship titles in the last ten years, including the 2008 title.[citation needed] The 2006-2007 basketball season ended in winning a Shoreline Championship title.[citation needed] The girls' basketball team won the Shoreline Championship title for the 2010-2011 season.[citation needed]

In 2001, the boys cross country team won the CIAC state class "s" championship title, its only state championship for cross country to date.[citation needed] The softball team won the Shoreline Championship title in 2004 and 2005, and the girls team won the Shoreline title in 2005.[citation needed]

The boys track team won indoor and outdoor Shoreline titles in 2007.[citation needed] Track boys won state titles in 2003, 2000, and 1997.[citation needed] Girls won state tiles in 1999 through 2002.[citation needed] The football team is a co-op with Vinal Techs. Coginchaug went 9-2 in 2009, sharing the Pequot league title with Cromwell, and making the state playoffs, losing to East Lyme in the first round.[citation needed]

Girls tennis also had a good 2010/2011 season going 1 win short of a 500 record.[citation needed]

Notable Alumni


  1. ^ Principal's Message. Coginchaug Regional High School (June 2008). Retrieved 2008-06-10.
  2. ^ a b c "Coginchaug Regional High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 2008-06-10. "Students: 437 (2005-2006)" 
  3. ^ a b c d CAS/CIAC Member Search. Connecticut Association of Schools. Retrieved on 2008-06-10.
  4. ^ CRHS Athletics. Retrieved on 2008-10-23.

External links

Coordinates: 41°28′37″N 72°40′10″W / 41.477°N 72.6695°W / 41.477; -72.6695

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