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  • Creekview High School8

    Canton, GA | Cherokee County

    August 26, 2014


    My son is a Senior this year and I am so thrilled with the outstanding education he has acquired while at Creekview. The principal is excellent and the students think so as well. Academics are challenging and I feel my son is definitely ready for college. Thank you Creekview :)

    Submitted by a parent

    April 15, 2014


    Principal and staff are pretty good. It is easy to make friends here, and the academic and sports here are overachieving. Probably not the best school out therem but certainly not the worst. -Graduating class of 14

    Submitted by a student

    October 14, 2012


    I started out new at this school the 2011-12 school year and ended up switching schools half way through the year. I hate this school and do not suggest sending your child here. The office staff is probably the only nice thing about this school. The teachers give packets, and tell you to entertain yourselves when you're done. I only had one good teacher at this school. The children here are horrible and cruel. They teased me and bullied me because I couldn't-or wouldn't- buy brand name clothes and purses. I didn't look the same as everyone else and so I was excluded. I didn't have any friends and girls teased me and left me out of parties and all plans because I didn't fit in. I was in the highest level 7th grade math class and the teacher didn't actually teach me anything. My dad had to teach me everything when I got home. I hate this school and wish I had never gone there.

    Submitted by a student

    July 10, 2012


    Although the school is full of amazing teachers, it lacks greatly in other areas. If you are moving to this district from somewhere else you can forget making friends. The kids are cruel and i get teased for "being born above the mason-dixon line." They are not at all accepting of diversity. The dress code is way too strict. They need to focus on making their classes actually challenging, not spend all their time measuring the hemline of my skirt with a 3x5 notecard. I am rather conservative person, but no where sells skirts that are three inches above the knee unless i get it from the old lady section.

    Submitted by a student

    November 19, 2010


    What a great school! The academics are excellent, the teachers are great with the students, and the activities are awesome. They keep the kids busy and there are very worthwhile extracurriculars. I am so glad my son attends this scheel.

    Submitted by a parent

    April 15, 2010


    Amazing support from teacher and in a community full of involved parents and motivated students!

    Submitted by a parent

    February 16, 2010


    Creekview is an excellent school with very caring teachers that still take the time to communicate with parents. Transferring from a big city to Canton, we were a little concerned over the quality of education my child would receive. Creekview has surprised me in a very good way! My daughter is more focused now than ever on school and has a clear set of goals for her future. I know that Creekview and its teachers have a lot to do with this. Thanks!

    Submitted by a parent

    August 15, 2009


    Creekview has been a great school for my son who is a high-achiever. Their honors and AP classes have challenged him to become a better student. His teachers are caring and attentive.

    Submitted by a parent

    May 5, 2009


    Teachers clearly strive for education and excellence.

    Submitted by a student

    February 18, 2009


    This school is an excellent example of a loving community. Some may disagree, but they do not appreciate this amazing school. There are very good extra curricular activities, and Creekview High School works well together with their sports.

    Submitted by a student

    December 19, 2008


    The teachers truly care about the kids. They arrive early & stay late. Students are challenged to take charge and learn by doing. Outstanding principle !!

    Submitted by a parent

    November 15, 2008


    As a student in honors classes at Creekview, I feel I have been adequately prepared for the couple of AP tests I have taken, which I think really speaks for the quality of the education. While cheating is a problem, it's not so much that no one cares, but teachers must provide proof, which can be difficult. This is a problem the principal needs to deal with... and unfortunately hasn't. And while much of the funds seem to go football, people should remember that they make thousands each year just on tickets. There is no doubt that unique classes like Video Broadcast and Healthcare Science are well-funded. As with any public school, you may need some outside help, but I know all of my teachers will come early and stay late if I ask. I could go on and on, but I can say for honors students, it's really great.

    Submitted by a student

    October 17, 2008


    The school has no honor code, the students around me cheat all of the time and the teachers don't seem to care. Some of the coaches are poor mentors and the cafeteria food is unorderly and awful. Surely wish I did not have to go here.

    Submitted by a student

    October 14, 2008


    Love this school, it has a lot of team spirit for being a new school!

    Submitted by a student

    October 1, 2008


    Okay school... Most Teachers are horrible and tend not to care. Some teachers are very bad. A teacher hit a girl and called her retarded one day! Other teachers really just don't care about kids. The building is very nice, and the administration (not faculty) is very helpful and kind. The Food needs to be dealt with immediately. It is pathetic and these students deserve better. The football games are very fun. Administration does tend to show favoritism towards the athletes and cheerleaders. The drama department also cast the same kids in every lead role. This is probably the best High School in Cherokee County, but that's because the other four high schools are below average. I wouldn't recommend moving into Cherokee county if you are looking to put your children in public school, move into the Milton, Walton, Chattahoochee, or Northview districts.

    Submitted by a student

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