See you back on Monday, December 1st.
Staff recognized the following students for their exceptional demonstration of Respectful, Responsible, and Safe behavior:
Sam Hill, Dylan Miller, Matt Foster, Devyn Crummet, Sean Kounovsky, Sheridan Smith, Tyrone Diamond, Zach Culp, Dayne Miller, Aaron Cunningham, Cora Hatfiled, Manuel Garibay, Josie Bohman, Brandon Bilyeu, Madison Walker, Rachael Hawken, Justyn Dorchak, Ara Haggins, Ricky Scarlett, and Johnny Watt.
Dear Parents and Community Members,
Creswell High School takes pride in our mission to prepare
students for college and careers. Our dedicated students and
staff continue to grow and develop as we implement new
standards, more rigorous assessments, and offer a diverse range
of courses and electives – including CTE, College Now, and
The annual report card issued by the Oregon Department of
Education (ODE) summarizes data collected each year including
academic achievement, academic growth, and graduation rates.
In the 2013-2014 school year, we maintained a “Level 4” overall
school rating. This means that Creswell HS met all the annual
measurable objectives identified by ODE, and is considered
“above average,” placing in to the top third of comparable schools
Statewide. Our graduation rates were rated “Level 5,” meaning
that compared to similar schools, we have one of the highest
graduation rates in the State.
If you have questions about the State Report Rard or your
student’s performance, please contact Creswell HS for
assistance. We value parent involvement in every student’s
education, and we are committed to supporting a collaborative
partnership between home and school.
Principal | Andy Bracco
Creswell Bulldogs have Spirit!
First Day of School!
Students were welcomed to the 2014-2015 school year by the ASB leadership team with free doughnuts, juice, and coffee.
A big “thank you” to the girls soccer team for helping us make the campus look nice this fall!
Welcome Our New Teaching Staff: Ms. Wanner, and Mr. Herren!
Read about them [here]!