CCHS Choir headed to STATE!

On April 5-6, CCHS hosted the Tri-Valley League Choir Festival and the … [Continue Reading]


Math Adoption Curriculum Review

Crook County School District would like to invite the public to a review of … [Continue Reading]


During ELO this week!

During ELO this week, students had the opportunity to explore the use of … [Continue Reading]

Watercolor by Samantha Bond

Prom 2016

Prom will be held on April 30th, at Carey Foster Hall.  This Year's theme … [Continue Reading]


Crook County Sparkles Dance Team Auditions

Crook County Sparkles Dance Team Auditions May 2 - May 7 May 2 at … [Continue Reading]


CCHS Performing Arts Presents – Proof

May 5th - 7th @ 7 PM Admission CCHS Southwell Auditorium $8 - … [Continue Reading]

Proof Final Poster-page-0

2016 Career Fair

Coming up on May 12th is our 2016 Career Fair.  If your business would like … [Continue Reading]


Facebook – Prineville Data Center to help CCHS

Today Facebook announced they will be funding a number of projects that … [Continue Reading]


Student Spotlight

Blake Lopez, a senior at CCHS, was chosen to be the Crook County School District student spotlight for a number of reasons. During his high school career, Blake has volunteered with Big Brother Big Sister, Link Crew, Honor Society and My Future My Choice. In addition to volunteering, he works as a teaching assistant intern for the High Desert Education Service District. His plans after high school are to attend the Oregon State University Honors College and study chemical engineering.  He has taken a number of AP and Honors classes while at CCHS and will serve as the Class of 2016 valedictorian.



Crook County High School is proud to recognize juniors, Monica Lopez and Matney Searcy. Both Monica and Matney are active members of CCHS ASB Leadership program, providing excellent leadership and service to their fellow students. These young ladies were recently selected for a trip to Washington DC with the Community Prevention Committee where they attended the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA) conference. While at the conference, they were able to speak with State Representatives and focus on tobacco, alcohol and drug prevention in Crook County. Since their return, the girls have started an Instagram account that anyone in the community can follow – CC_STAT. The page focuses on tobacco statistics and prevention for our community.

Monica and Matney have been instrumental in coordinating many community service activities within the high school. In the past three years, they have helped provide Christmas for 75+ children, created Thanksgiving food baskets for 70 Prineville families and organized blood drives that have generated nearly 400 units of blood. These two young women juggle, sports, part time jobs, leadership activities, and family, while maintaining 3.5+ GPA.

We at CCHS are proud of these ladies and the work they do for their school and community.


There will be a Key Club meeting Thursday, May 5th at 7:30 am in room 218 for all students interested in this service organization.  If you have any questions or if you cannot attend the meeting, please see Mrs. Crofcheck … Continue reading

There will be a mandatory Honor Society meeting on Wednesday, May 4th at 7:30 am in room 218.  If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Crofcheck prior to the meeting.

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