Caney Creek High School Offers Excellence for Students in ARTAVIA™
Low student to teacher ratio and abundance of programs set students up for success
Students living in ARTAVIA™ attend Caney Creek High School. The mission of Caney Creek is to provide a challenging, coordinated, and personalized education that leads students to academic, social, and vocational success. By fostering a commitment to excellence, instilling the ideal of courage to never give up, and promoting pride in student achievement, the school encourages students to excel in the classroom and through an abundance of extracurricular activities.
Caney Creek’s 15:1 student to teacher ratio and its variety of programs create a solid foundation for student success. Experts agree smaller classrooms allow students to develop a better cooperative spirit and a stronger closeness with others. In addition, students tend to learn more and at a faster pace. This not only increases confidence but also encourages students to participate in the lesson or discussion.
With more than 70 clubs and organizations, Caney Creek not only provides a range of options for high schoolers, it develops a well-rounded student. From academic clubs and honor societies, to community service, fine arts and athletics, there is truly something for everyone. Extracurricular activities have been proven to improve academic performance and build self-esteem. They allow students to explore interests, socialize, create broader perspectives, teach essential life skills and assist with university applications. In fact, more than $3 million in scholarships was awarded to graduating Caney Creek students last year.
Caney Creek’s efforts for student excellence have not gone unnoticed. Last year, the Texas Education Agency recognized the school in the top 25 percent in the state in several categories including AP exam participation in Social Studies; SAT scores in Science, Mathematics, Reading and Writing; ACT scores in English Language Arts and Science; and students graduating on the TEA’s Foundation with Endorsement Plan.
Enrollment continues to increase at Caney Creek and throughout Conroe ISD. The newly passed bond package has a substantial amount of money earmarked for the Caney Creek feeder zone. It includes two new elementary schools, one junior high, and plans to turn Moorhead Junior High into a second intermediate school. There are also plans for fine arts and several building additions, fire alarm and security upgrades, a new HVAC, and a new roof at Caney Creek to help the facilities be more in line with the 6A schools in the district.
With these plans in place, and Caney Creek’s exemplary academics and campus life, the future is bright for its students for years to come.