The Clear Creek Independent School District and the Superintendent issue a challenge to all high school students in the District – make the most of your educational opportunity by striving to excel academically.
The Clear Creek Independent School District Superintendent's Scholars program is an opportunity for you, as a high school student, to be recognized for outstanding academic achievement. There are three criteria for being named a Superintendent's Scholar:
- The student must be enrolled at Clear Brook High School, Clear Creek High School, Clear Falls High School, Clear Horizons Early College High School (CHECHS), Clear Lake High School, Clear Springs High School, or Clear View High School. Qualifying grades must be earned through a CCISD high school during the school day.
- The student must earn a grade of at least 95 in all courses, each semester, in which the student is enrolled (85 in Advanced Academic, PreAP, AP, Dual Credit and Concurrent Enrollment courses).
- The student must not have been assigned to In-School Suspension (ISS) or Alternative Education Program (AEP) or removed from school for disciplinary reasons during the period in which the student earned the academic honor.
Each year, Superintendent’s Scholars will be recognized in the second semester. Because this is such an important achievement, Superintendent’s Scholars will be honored in several ways:
- The student will receive a certificate and a writing pen for a one-year scholar, a certificate and a Superintendent’s Scholar key chain for a two-year scholar, a certificate and a pad-folio for a three-year scholar, and a certificate and a medallion for a four-year scholar.
- The student will receive special recognition in newspapers and Clear Creek Independent School District publications.
- The student who achieves Superintendent’s Scholar status will be honored in the spring and invited to a special ceremony with the Superintendent. The following system will be used to determine Superintendent’s Scholars: ninth grade, fall semester; tenth grade, prior spring-fall; eleventh grade, prior spring-fall; and twelfth grade, prior spring-fall semester.
Students who achieve Superintendent’s Scholar status will be notified as soon as the information becomes available.