Crook County High School has an amazing Agriculture Science and welding program. Dan McNary is the instructor for this class and has an amazing variation of classes in agriculture and welding. CCHS offers over 16 different classes in this program of study. Students could also receive up to 18 credits through Linn Benton Community College. The Crook County FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for Premier Leadership, Personal Growth and Career Success through Agricultural Education. Competition teams available.
Crook County High Schools Business program is building by the quarter. Kim Crofcheck is the Instructor for this class and does an unbelievable job of bringing all the different aspects of business including small business operation, investments, and advertising and marketing. CCHS offers 10 different courses in this program of study. Our business program also articulates with COCC for dual credit. Mrs. Crofcheck has some exciting things about to happen with the re-opening of the new student store by the aspire center.
Business club available.
Crook County High School is proud to offer a highly ranked Culinary program. Macy Hagensee is the instructor for this class and has a wide range of classes. He was awarded in 2020 the Pro-Starts Culinary Teacher of the Year Award. His classes range from foods, culinary arts, and baking. Eleven courses are offered in this program of study. Our Culinary program is connected to COCC where students can earn up to Eight college credits. Mr. Hagensee also runs a culinary competition team that always ranks as one of the top teams in Oregon.
Competition team available
Crook County is extremely excited to add a constructions trade class to Crook County High School. Students will be working through 20 different Paxton Patterson labs to gain knowledge in a variety of different construction trades. These labs are based on hands on learning while teaching industry standards of a variety of skilled trades. Mr. Berg Has over 40 years experience in real world construction and construction tech programs.
Crook County High School offers a unbelievable Graphic Design/Media program with some new technology and industry standard equipment. Our new Apple lab is a great area for students to learn and develop skills that can be used in many different industries. Kristy Struck teaches many classes in graphic design and photography. Ten different classes are offered in this program.
Crook County High School is pleased to offer our students a pathway into health care and medicine. Our Health Science program offers a variety of classes that pertain to the broad spectrum of health care. Jon Skau is our instructor who teaches our health science classes. He is also Crook County High School certified Athletic Trainer. We partner with Klamath Community College to offer Seven college credits. This program consists of health occupation, First Responder, Sports Medicine, and Medical terminology.
Crook County High School offers a robust manufacturing program. These classes are taught by Billy Hall. There are 8 different classes offered which involve technical design, manufacturing and engineering, while using CAD drawing and CNC machines. Classes explore engraving, heat presses, 3D printing and many other industry equipment. This program is connected with COCC and students can earn up to Seven college credits.
Students are able to explore wildlife, forestry and watersheds. This hands on program takes many field trips and immerses students in the outdoors and all the possible careers that are in it. From studying wildlife, throwing axes or running a sawmill this program has it all. There are ten classes that are offered in this program and with our partnership with COCC students could earn up to seven credits.
Crook County is excited to share one of our newest CTE programs. Jason Mumm is our instructor who teaches both robotics classes and our computer science programs. Students use VEX and REV programable robots to compete against others and solve problems. CCHS has also started a pilot program with the Oregon Department of Education in computer science. Our students are some of the first in the state to go through a computer science program that will finish with a industry standard certificate in computer science. There are eleven different classes associated with these two strands.