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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.”

Click here to see the 2015-16 CCHS PED report card.

CCHS Welcomes Principal Todd Resch

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As many of you know, CCHS founding Principal Liz Abeyta retired this summer.  CCHS is fortunate to have as its new principal Mr. Todd Resch, who comes to us after two years as the Associate Superintendent for High School Education at APS.  Prior to that Mr. Resch served as the principal at La Cueva High School for four years, and the principal at Desert Ridge Middle School for three years.


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."


Click here to read Mr. Resch's entire letter


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Bell Schedule

1st 7:30 - 9:05
2nd 9:15 - 10:50
3rd 11:00 - 11:45
Lunch 11:45 - 12:15
4th 12:15 - 1:50
5th 2:00 - 3:35



Please call the school to report student absences.  Calls should be placed to 224-4899.


Absences can be excused for illness, appointments, family emergency and school related functions only. Please refer to the APS Student Handbook for further explanation on general attendance information, including the consequences for unexcused absences.


In the event that a student is out of school for any reason, it is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to notify the school within 2 school days. Failure to report an absence will result in an unexcused absence. 


APS has made attendance a focus area this year.  Click here to view the APS "Every Day Matters" flyer explaining the focus area and how it affects your student.

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ParentVue provides secure, private access to school and student information including assignments, grades, attendance and teacher contact information.  StudentVue allows students to check their grades and assignments at any time.  Select the link below to watch a video on how to use ParentVue and access the system.