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  • Longtime Cherry Creek School District administrator and friend John Buckner passes away
    “John was an incredible mentor to many of the young teachers and administrators over the course of 30 years and continued those relationships after he left the district.”
  • Challenge School launches community garden
    The students and staff at the Cherry Creek School District Challenge School have spent years carefully planning and building the garden, which includes fresh veggies and flowers.
  • Archery classes offer Laredo students focus, discipline and sportsmanship
    Thanks in part to grants from the Colorado Department of Wildlife, Laredo Middle School P.E. teacher Cheryl Duey has been able to offer students a robust archery program.
  • CCHS Security Supervisor Reflects on Decades in the District
    Willie Fox will retire as Cherry Creek High School's Security Supervisor at the end of the year, but he'll take years' worth of connections with him when he moves on to his next post as a professional musician.
  • At a glance: Class of 2015
    The class of 2015 comprises more than 3,800 students from the district’s seven high schools, students who have brought home athletic championships, excelled in the arts and have collectively earned more than $58 million in scholarships.
  • ​Outstanding juniors, teachers, principal, honored by Masonic Lodge
    Students and teachers with a passion for learning and a commitment to serving others were honored by the Revelation Masonic Lodge #180 during the 2012 Masonic Public Education Recognition Night.
“All children deserve a great school in their neighborhood, one they can walk or ride the bus to with their friends. These friendships between children and their families unite communities and make them stronger.”

Dr. Harry Bull, Superintendent


  • CCSD Appreciation Day at the Colorado Rockies

    ​Enjoy the Rockies game vs. the Florida Marlin at 2:10 p.m. on Sat., June 6, and support the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation at the same time! Tickets are $14 Upper Level, $20 Lower Level and a portion of the proceeds goes to the Foundation to support CCSD students, teachers and schools. Get your tickets at

  • Volunteers needed for Long Range Facility Planning Committee

    Are you interested in the future of the Cherry Creek School District? Would you like to be involved with long-range planning for schools and other facilities? Then consider volunteering for the district's Long Range Facility Planning Committee. Get more information here: 15-16 LRFPC Flyer and application revised.pdf

  • Thank your teacher for a great year!

    If you are looking for a way to thank your students’ teachers, consider a donation in their name to the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation.  All money raised will be used to fund innovative ideas in the classrooms.  Get more information here.

  • CCSD looking for substitute school nurses

    If you are a registered nurse looking to work part-time, consider the Cherry Creek School District! We are looking for nurses with pediatric or public health experience to assist and provide coverage when our regular nurses require a day off. Substituting is a great way to experience and explore the autonomous and independent practice of school nursing. Come join our team and help us change the world, one child at a time. For more information contact Health Services at 720-554-4274 or or start the application process here.

  • ​Important changes in state immunization requirements

    To protect the health of all students the state of Colorado has made several changes in immunization requirements. Parents need to be aware of the following changes for the 2015-16 school year:

    • Non-exempt students entering 6th grade must have the Tdap vaccine to protect against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough). Read more about this requirement.
    • Non-exempt students in 8th through 12th grade must have two doses of the varicella (prevents chickenpox) vaccine or provide documented history of Chickenpox disease. Read more about this requirement.

    And beginning in July 2016, parents seeking non‐medical exemptions for prekindergarten children will need to submit exemption forms at each age when recommended vaccines are due. Then from kindergarten through 12th grade, they will need to submit exemption forms annually. Read more about this requirement.

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