The Indian symbol for “river” and the arrowhead signify the Indian heritage from which Chehalis is derived.
The book and torch symbolize the academic and extra-curricular programs of the school. The torch also depicts the Statue of Liberty which adorns the campus.
The trees portray the surroundings of the Chehalis area and stand for the lumbering, farming, and recreational facilities of the valley.
The interlocking triangles personify the relationship between the student body, faculty, and community. The triangles also typify the three mountains visible in the distance.