• Students, Parents, and Guardians of the Class of 2026:


    You are entering an exciting and important phase in your life – high school. Much of your future success will depend on the efforts and choices you make starting now – both academically and socially. To help you get your high school career off to the right start, you are invited to attend Craigmont High School Freshman Transition Camp! 


    "Fresh Camp" is a two-day experience for rising 9th graders to come to Craigmont and learn more about high school. Camp will include informational sessions and team-building activities. Students will spend time with classmates of 2026, have fun, learn their way around campus, meet a few of their teachers and their counselor.  They will also discuss graduation requirements so that they can plan for a successful  future. Topics covered will include what to do on the first day of school, how zeroes  and poor attendance affect grades, high school expectations, extra-curricular activities and how to use Canvas, and a question-and-answer session to address other concerns and questions! The Q and A session will be open to parents and guardians.


    Where: Craigmont High  School

    When: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 and Thursday, July 28, 2022

     Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Who: Rising 9th graders who will be attending CHS in the fall

    Transportation: Bus transportation will NOT be provided.


    Next Steps: Parents and guardians please fill out this form to register your student for camp. Spots will be limited, so please complete the form no later than July 17th!


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    Hello Students, 

    This summer’s reading requirement is “Animal Farm” by George Orwell.  Along with reading the book, you will also be required to complete a few assignments during the first week of school. Therefore, it is essential that you complete your summer reading assignments prior to the first day of school- August 8. 

    Click here for the text---->  "Animal Farm"

    Summer reading is meant to be engaging and keep you actively reading through the summer months. All books have been chosen because of their interest level for students of your age group and were suggested by your peers. We encourage parents to be a part of summer reading – these subjects are relevant to our students and may open great dialogue between you and your child. While all books listed are age appropriate, some may have some mature subject matter, so please look over the book with your student and make sure you are comfortable with the selection.



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  • Dear Students,

    This Summer Packet has been designed to provide those of you who are entering Algebra 1 with an appropriate review of basic skills and concepts that you have already been exposed to in previous math courses. It is intended to ease the transition into a new math discipline. It is not intended to be worked on one sitting. Make sure that you complete this packet before the first day of school; it will be included in the first grade you will receive; make it count.


    Algebra I Packet:

    Alg Summer Packet

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