School Song – Cedar High School (CHS)

Steve Shirts – Current Band Director

The CHS school song is steeped in tradition. It appears to be based on
the “Brown Cheering Song” from Brown University. It has been sung by
Redmen since the first Cedar High School opened its doors in 1940. The
song starts with the students chanting the spelling of “REDMEN” and then
breaks into a rousing, spirited tune. Whenever the song is sung, students
and alumni should rise to show respect for the school and everything it
stands for.

Listen to the CHS school song!

R-R-R-E-D M-M-M-E-N R-E-D-M-E-N REDMEN!

R-R-R-E-D M-M-M-E-N R-E-D-M-E-N REDMEN!

R-R-R-E-D M-M-M-E-N R-E-D-M-E-N REDMEN!

When the Redmen, our team, is in the game,
And the whole school is fighting to guard its name,
And the Reds yell like warriors as the team goes by,
There’s a killing in the ol’ town tonight.

When Cedar’s banners are waving in triumph o’er the hill,
And Cedar’s cohorts are cheering,
For the Reds have made their kill. (Rah! Rah!)
This day is ours, ours forever. Let victory never fade.
Then rise, rise and cheer boys,
‘Till the winning score is made.

Watch a video of the school song, led by the cheer squad!


CLASS CHANTS

In keeping with school tradition, each class has their own unique
chant. These chants are done at Pep Rallys during the school year.
Students should memorize their class’s chant.

Freshmen

Ip Skiddly Ooten Dooten
Bah Bah Ska Deeten Dooten
Ah Cha Rah Cha
Cedar High

Sophomores

Digga Digga Hot Potata
Half past an aligata!
Ram Bam Boom
A-Legga Chick-A-Rah Dah
Cedar High School
Boom! Rah! Rah!

Juniors

Go Cedar Go!
Go Cedar Go!
Go Cedar, Go Cedar,
Go Cedar Go!

Seniors

C-C-C-E-D
D-D-D-A-R
C-E-D, D-A-R
CEDAR