Crook County High School
Crook County High School strives to ensure that all students graduate college or career ready. Our staff provides rigorous core courses, various electives, and Career & Technical Education classes. Many of our students graduate with college credits through Advanced Placement and College Now courses. We even have students entering college with sophomore status.
Prioritizing in-person learning during the pandemic has made a significant difference in both student success and graduation rates. Our staff and teachers are committed to ensuring each student is prepared for the world after high school. Personalized phone calls are often made to families, and CCHS has created tools that track academic progress to know exactly when a student is falling behind and requires an extra push.
“The best-in-region graduation rate at Crook County High School results from a sustained focus by the School Board and enormous and creative effort by staff. We see similar efforts at Pioneer High School and corresponding or even better improvement over time,” explained Chair Scott Cooper. “The fact that staff sustained this through the chaos of COVID is even more impressive. The data validate the good work the team is doing district-wide to get young people across the finish line.”
You’ll also find a robust offering of extracurricular activities, sports, and after-school clubs. Students interested in getting involved should visit the CC Connect Menu.
Briana Van Roekel
Culture, Safety, and Prevention Coordinator