History and Background of Clifton-Clyde Highschool

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Clifton-Clyde High School, created in 1981 when the high schools in Clifton and Clyde merged, is a 2A high school with 120 students in grades 9-12. CCHS offers football, volleyball, cross-country, basketball, and track. Activities offered at CCHS include FBLA, FFA, NHS, student council, scholars' bowl, forensics, yearbook, and cheerleading.

The 2008-2009 school year was very successful for the Eagles. In 2008, CCHS received Standard of Excellence in 11 grade reading, 10th grade math, and as a district 14 out of 14 Standard of Excellence. The Eagle athletic programs were very successful this year with opportunities to compete at the state level in football, cross-county, basketball, and track. Forensics students competed at the state level, FBLA competed at both the state and national level, and Quest won 1st place in the Washburn Tournament.

Starting in 2006-2007, CCHS students were given the opportunity to take concurrent enrollment classes through Cloud County Community College. On the average, 35% of CCHS students complete the Regents' recommended curriculum, and 80% continue on to post-secondary education.

Taken from USD 224 Website