Crestdale Middle School will prepare all students to become innovative problem solvers as they incorporate critical thinking skills, advanced technological applications, and effective communication skills to enable them to succeed in the 21st century.
Crestdale Middle School will establish an enriching environment with innovative and progressive educational experiences. We will create life-long learners who are prepared to be productive, contributing members of society.
• Every student has the ability to achieve at high levels.
• All students deserve the opportunity to learn with high quality educational experiences that are designed to enhance the development of academic and social skills.
• A quality education is essential for success.
• All students can learn when motivated and held to high expectations.
• Parents, staff, and the community should inspire and enhance an appreciation of learning.
• Students and educators are life-long learners.
• Students will learn when they make connections to real life experiences.
• Cultural diversity is valued for the enrichment it brings to the school environment.
• All staff and students deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
• Staff must provide the framework to enable all students to be prepared for the 21st century.
North Carolina 2011-12 Honor School of Excellence:
Each year, schools in North Carolina may receive several designations based on their performance on the state's ABCs tests. These designations are awarded on the basis of the percentage of students performing at grade level and on whether the school attained the ABCs growth standards. For the 2011-2012 school year, Crestdale Middle School was awarded the designation of Honor School of Excellence with 92.6 percent our students achieving Level III. Additionally, Crestdale Middle School achieved its Annual Measureable Objectives.
"A School to Watch":
Schools to Watch® is an initiative launched by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform in 1999. The Schools to Watch® program identifies and honors schools nationally so all might learn how to achieve academic success through best practices for all young adolescents. Sites selected as Schools to Watch exemplify the National Forum’s vision and serve as resources for other schools. Crestdale Middle School was honored to be named "A School to Watch" in 2009. In both 2012 and 2018, Crestdale Middle School was redesignated "A School to Watch" in Washington, DC. Below you will find a link to the Model School Vistor's Guide for Crestdale Middle School:
• Model School Vistor's Guide - Crestdale Middle School - A School to Watch - 2009
North Carolina School Report Cards:
Parents often call the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction seeking a list of the “best” schools in the state. The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction does not rank schools or districts as better than others, instead they encourage any parent wanting to learn more about our schools to check out the North Carolina School Report Cards. You can review the report card for any North Carolina district or school by clicking on the link below:
• North Carolina School Report Cards