Caney Creek High School

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Coordinates: 30°15′18″N 95°18′48″W / 30.2549°N 95.3132°W / 30.2549; -95.3132

Caney Creek High School
Address
13470 FM 1485
Conroe, Texas, 77306
United States
Information
School type Public high school
Established 1997
School district Conroe Independent School District
Principal Trish McClure
Assistant principals Lisa Meeks
Tracy Soetaert
Howard Camardelle
Nancy Kahn
Brian Lovetinsky
Ashley Wallace
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1711[1] (2010)
Campus Suburban
Color(s)           Scarlet & Vegas Gold
Athletics conference UIL Class AAAA
Mascot Panther
Yearbook The Creek
Website

Caney Creek High School is a 4A public high school in unincorporated Montgomery County, Texas near Conroe. It is part of the Conroe Independent School District. Caney Creek serves several unincorporated areas in Montgomery County, including a portion of Porter Heights.[2] In 2011, the school was rated "Academically Acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[3]

The School was Established in 1996 Located on the East side of the Same Building as Moorhead Junior High School. In 2008 Moorhead Junior High Moved into a new building and Caney Creek High School's 9th Graders Occupied where MJHS originally was.

Mission Statement[edit]

The mission of Caney Creek High School is to provide a challenging, coordinated, and personalized education that leads students to academic, social, and vocational success, by fostering a commitment to excellence, the ideal of courage to never give up, and pride in our achievements.[4]

Feeder Schools[edit]

Elementary schools that feed Caney Creek High school include:

  • Austin (partial)
  • Creighton
  • Milam
  • San Jacinto

Grangerland Intermediate and Moorehead Junior High also feed Caney Creek High School.[2][5]

Athletics[edit]

The Caney Creek Panthers compete in the following sports:

Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Powerlifting, Swimming, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Track, Softball & Baseball

Trivia[edit]

In September 2006, a parent, Alton Verm, requested that Caney Creek High School remove Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 from the curriculum, citing language and religious concerns; this request occurred during the American Library Association's "Banned Books Week".[6]

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