2020 CCHS Summer School

2020 Virtual Senior Awards Night

2020 Graduation

Senior Event To-Do List

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Culinary Teacher of the Year Honored at Board Meeting

Mr. Hagensee

Crook County High School Principal Michelle Jonas honored CCHS Culinary Arts teacher Macy Hagensee with a plaque during the board meeting. Mr. Hagensee recently won the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association Culinary Teacher of the Year for the State of Oregon. Mrs. Jonas said the district wants all Crook County students to find their niche, and Mr. Hagensee provides a niche for many of our students while also teaching life skills that everyone needs. Thanks for your excellent service, Mr. Hagensee!

March 13, 2020

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Oregon 5A Wrestling Coach of the Year Honored

Crook County High School Athletic Director Rob Bonner recognized CCHS Head Wrestling Coach Jake Gonzales with a plaque during the board meeting. Coach Gonzales came to CCHS 10 years ago and has been head coach for two years. This season, his Cowboys wrestling team came in second at state. He was voted unanimously to be IMC Wrestling Coach of the Year and then State of Oregon 5A Wrestling Coach of the Year. Congratulations, Coach Gonzales.

CCHS Choir Students Qualify for State Competition


The Central Oregon Music Education Association held its regional Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest Saturday, Feb. 29 at Ridgeview High School. Three Crook County High School ensembles and 13 soloists competed. Every CCHS soloist and ensemble received either a Superior or an Excellent score, reflecting their commitment to excellence and their hard work and preparation for the event. Three competitors qualified for state! Sophomore Meredith Cooper won the Alto Division and will compete at state May 2. Junior Deusce Catt is the first alternate in the Tenor Division. The Vocal Adrenaline jazz choir is the first alternative for the Large Mixed Ensemble Division. CCHS Choir Director Sue Green coached the student soloists and ensembles, and Melissa Barker accompanied the performers. Good luck at state!