Check In dates and procedures for next year are now available on line. Actual links to complete the necessary paper work open on July 1st.
AP Boot Camp is a great experience for students new to AP classes. AP Boot Camp is designed to give students the information they need to start in the fall feeling confident about what will be expected and how to be successful in an AP Class.
CCHS hosted a community meeting on April 15th to discuss Suicide prevention and available resources. To view the presentation, please click
CCHS was awarded the John Irwin School of Excellence Award and for the first time in a few years, we were also awarded the Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award for Outstanding Growth. Congratulations students and teachers who have worked hard to achieve this honor!
Students needing credit recovery are able to sign up for one of the three summer school sessions being offered. For more information,
What's happening at Creek?
CCHS IS A SOURCES OF STRENGTH SCHOOL
For more information on this program, click HERE.
To view a SOS Creek video, click HERE.
Educational Services Center, located at 4700 S. Yosemite Street in
Greenwood Village, will be closed June 17-21, for electrical systems
maintenance. The Cherry Creek Schools Human Resources Department will be
relocated during this time. If you need HR assistance, please call
720-554-4433. Numbers for all other departments are available at www.cherrycreekschools.org.
Click HERE for details
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