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CCA High School
CCA High School
CCA High School
CCA High School
CCA High School
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Experience the World in Your Own Home!
Each year Clear-Creek Amana High School welcomes international students for the enrichment of our schools and community.  These students need district families to host them.  If you would like information on what is involved to host an exchange student please let the office know as soon as possible.


Career Academy Orientation at West High in the Little Theater Tuesday, April 15th from 6:00-8:00pm.


Awards Night
On Wednesday, May 14th, at 7:00 p.m. Clear Creek Amana High School will host its annual Senior Awards Assembly in the Performing Arts Center.. At this ceremony graduating seniors will be recognized by presentation of awards and scholarships received. This is wonderful occasion and we invite parents, family and friends of the Class of 2014 to attend.


ACT Dates
Parents-The ACT is the most widely used college entrance exam in the midwest and west. I encourage all Juniors and Seniors that are planning on attending a 4 year college or university to take the ACT. Juniors should take an ACT by February, Seniors that have not taken an ACT or wish to improve their score need to take the September or October test! All test registration is online and can be found at www.actstudent.org

TEST FEES: 
ACT without Writing $36.50
ACT Plus Writing $52.50

Test Date Registration Deadline Late
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April 12, 2014 March 7 March 8-21 April 4
June 14, 2014 May 9 May 10-23 June 6

Procedures


Building Schedule
Doors open 6:30am
SCHOOL HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday are 8:20am – 3:20pm
WEDNESDAYS: school ends 1:20pm
Doors close 5:00pm unless there is a home activity in the building, then they close around 10:30pm

Dress Code
The major responsibility for acceptable dress and grooming rests with the parents and their students. Students are expected to dress appropriately for school and all related activities. The administration will take action on student dress when such dress and/or grooming presents a clear danger to student health and safety, causes an interference with schoolwork, or creates a classroom or school disruption. Clothing with obscenities, profanities, or alcohol, drug or tobacco references are not permitted. Bare feet are not permitted. Shoes must be worn in school at all times.