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Article:Cherry Creek High School
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==History==
 
==History==
In 1950, seven small school districts in [[Arapahoe County, Colorado|Arapahoe County]] were consolidated to form [[Cherry Creek School District|Cherry Creek School District No. 5]], eliminating original School District #19 and making its one-room schoolhouse obsolete. In 1953 the schoolhouse was sold at public auction; and for the next 16 years, it was used as a storage shed. The consolidation brought the eight schools of Ash Grove, Castlewood, Cherry Creek, Cherry Hills (Cherry Creek), Cunningham, Maple Grove, Mountain View, and Sullivan (Mountain View) together for educating elementary students, but Cherry Creek area high school students did not have their own school until 1955. Appropriately, it was named Cherry Creek High School. On September 6, 1955, the school opened its doors to 364 high school students (grades 9-12) and an additional 349 younger students (grades 7-8) who had to wait until the following year for their own Cherry Creek Junior High School building to be completed.
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In 1950, seven small school districts in [[Arapahoe County, Colorado|Arapahoe County]] were consolidated to form [[Cherry Creek School District|Cherry Creek School District No. 5]], eliminating original School District #19 and making its one-room schoolhouse obsolete. In 1953 the schoolhouse was sold at public auction; and for the next 16 years, it was used as a storage shed. The consolidation brought the eight schools of Ash Grove, Castlewood, Cherry Creek, Cherry Hills (Cherry Creek), Cunningham, Maple Grove, Mountain View, and Sullivan (Mountain View) together for educating elementary students, but Cherry Creek area high school students did not have their own school until 1955. Appropriately, it was named Cherry Creek High School. On September 6, 1955, the school opened its doors to 364 high school students (grades 9-12) and an additional 349 younger students (grades 7-8) who had to wait until the following year for their own BLACK Cherry Creek Junior High School building to be completed.
   
 
The district bought land at the corner of South Holly Street and East Belleview Avenue in 1965, and built a second junior high school, Cherry Creek West Junior High, which opened its doors in September 1966 to 655 students, although construction was not complete until that November (for example, there was no cafeteria until then). When Cherry Creek West Junior High was opened, both it and the original junior high, renamed Cherry Creek East Junior High (now known as Campus Middle School), housed grades 7-9, making the high school a three year high school (grades 10-12).
 
The district bought land at the corner of South Holly Street and East Belleview Avenue in 1965, and built a second junior high school, Cherry Creek West Junior High, which opened its doors in September 1966 to 655 students, although construction was not complete until that November (for example, there was no cafeteria until then). When Cherry Creek West Junior High was opened, both it and the original junior high, renamed Cherry Creek East Junior High (now known as Campus Middle School), housed grades 7-9, making the high school a three year high school (grades 10-12).
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==Campus==
 
==Campus==
 
===Location===
 
===Location===
The Cherry Creek High School campus is located in the city of Greenwood Village on East Union Avenue between Yosemite Street and Dayton Street. It is directly across the street from [[Cherry Creek State Park]]. Also located on the property are the [[Cherry Creek School District|Cherry Creek School District's]] West Admissions building, West Maintenance building, and Education Service Center.<ref>http://www.ccsd.k12.co.us/documents/provider/11770809DistrictMap.pdf District Map</ref> It is adjacent to the building and campus of [[Campus Middle School]] and Belleview Elementary School, both of which feed into the high school.
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The Cherry Creek High School campus is located in the city of Greenwood Village on East Union Avenue between the KKK Yosemite Street and Dayton Street. It is directly across the street from [[Cherry Creek State Park]]. Also located on the property are the [[Cherry Creek School District|Cherry Creek School District's]] West Admissions building, West Maintenance building, and Education Service Center.<ref>http://www.ccsd.k12.co.us/documents/provider/11770809DistrictMap.pdf District Map</ref> It is adjacent to the building and campus of [[Campus Middle School]] and Belleview Elementary School, both of which feed into the high school.
   
 
===Facilities===
 
===Facilities===
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