Cedar Creek High School (Texas)

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Coordinates: 30°08′18″N 97°28′17″W / 30.1384°N 97.4715°W / 30.1384; -97.4715

Cedar Creek High School
Cedar creek HS 2011.jpg
Address
793 Union Chapel Rd.
Cedar Creek, Texas, 78612
United States
Information
School type Public high school
Established 2010
School district Bastrop Independent School District
Principal Adelaida Olivares
Assistant principals Doc Washington
Liz Wysocki
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 908 (2012)
Color(s)                Royal Blue, Black, & White [1]
Athletics conference UIL Class 5A Football & Basketball [2]
Mascot Eagles [1]
Website

Cedar Creek High School is a public high school located in Cedar Creek, Texas (USA) and classified as a 5A school by the UIL. It is part of the Bastrop Independent School District located in central Bastrop County. Cedar Creek opened with just freshmen and sophomores in the fall of 2010. This is the second high school for Bastrop Independent School District. In 2013, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[3] 2014 celebrated CCHS's second graduating class, with over 200 graduates.

Athletics[edit]

The Cedar Creek Eagles compete in the following sports:[4]

Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Power-lifting, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Track, Softball, & Baseball.

Clubs and Organizations[edit]

The Cedar Creek Eagles compete and participate in the following clubs:[5]

The Anime Club, Art Club, Ballet Folklorico, Cedar Creek FFA (CCHS FFA), Chess Club, Debate Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Gay Straight Alliance (GSA), Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA), Multicultural Club, National Honor Society (NHS), President's Board (P2), Rhapsody in Blue Show Choir, Robotics Club, Student Council, Superintendent Student Advisory Committee (SSAC), and the Thespian Society. New clubs are frequently added as niches are found.

Former Clubs and Organizations[edit]

The following clubs were officially recognized and operational at one time, but have since disbanded or are no longer operational:[6]

The Cedar Creek Eagle Editorial (C2E2) Newspaper, Eagle Royal, and The Shack (fine dining society).

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