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Welcome to Crestwood High School

DrGamble2      Message from our Principal

First, please allow me this opportunity to welcome everyone to Crestwood High School (CHS). The administrative team is anxiously anticipating the beginning of another school year at The Castle, where we embrace the Sumter School District’s (SSD) theme of Shaping Our Future, Together We Can. We anxiously anticipate the upcoming school year to implement continuous improvement efforts that will propel us to local, state, and national recognitions.

For the past two years, CHS has received the following recognitions and accomplishments: 1) two Gates Millennium Scholars, 2) two Harmon Scholars, 3) over $20,000 donated to Relay for Life, 4) $16,380,911 in scholarships, and 5) over 1,000 community service hours performed by JROTC. Other points of pride for last school year, which is not an inclusive list, include the following: 1) choral performance at Carnegie Hall in New York, 2) television and state recognitions for Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), 3) regional and state recognitions for student-athletes and coaches, 4) several grant recipients, and 5) numerous accomplishments by students and teachers.

Through teamwork, CHS will continue to provide a quality education that enhances and expands beneficial partnerships, technology initiatives, and blended learning opportunities as directed by SSD. My focus remains to ensure that CHS students acquire skills that will ensure career and college readiness. As the instructional leader, my door is always open and I welcome your input. Please feel free to contact me to discuss any concerns, suggestions, or ideas for continuous school improvement. I look forward to meeting students, parents, and community members.

Dr. Shirley Gamble

Juniors & Seniors Parents
Informational Session

Thursday, September 29, 2016
Crestwood High School
Media Center
6:00 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.

Please return the completed form in the link above to the Guidance Office
by Friday, September 23, 2016

PSAT/NMSQT

The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) will be administered to all second year high school students on October 19, 2016 beginning at 8:45 AM.

During the test, students may not have any electronic devices.  These devices include, but are not limited to cell phones, media players, pagers, beepers, headphones/ear buds, stop watches, electronic translator, hand-held devices, PDAs, tablets, or any electronic imaging or photographic devices. Please be aware that these devices may be collected by the Test Administrator if brought into the testing area and returned after testing is over.  Students are encouraged to leave all electronic devices at home on the test day.

Attendance for the PSAT is extremely important.  Please try not to schedule any appointments or other out-of-school functions on test days.

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Click on this Military Child Education Coalition link to register.

Character Word of the Month: Honesty

Career Cluster of the Month:

Hospitality & Tourism

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Parent/Teacher Night

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
5:00-7:00 p.m.

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Click on this Military Child Education Coalition link to register.

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