CCHS gets an "A" for the 3rd year in a row
For the third year in a row CCHS has received an “A” grade from the state Public Education Department.
CCHS was one of three APS high schools to be awarded an “A” grade for the 2015-2016 school year. This year’s grade follows on the “A” grades received over the last two years, with CCHS awarded the highest grade every year since its founding in 2013.
Todd Resch, the CCHS Principal, congratulated CCHS students and teachers. “This demonstrates once again the grit and determination of CCHS students and their families, as well as the dedication of the teachers and staff. We are all very proud of this accomplishment.”
CCHS Welcomes Principal Todd Resch
In an introductory letter to the CCHS community Mr. Resch writes "I consider myself a student-centered leader, and will look to build relationships with students and their families along with the members of our incredible staff. My door is always open for students, as they are my highest priority. I will also seek the most effective ways to communicate to the student body on a regular basis."
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