If you happen to be visiting Crestview High School don’t be surprised in wonderful smells of cuisine cooking captures your attention.
The Culinary Arts program at CHS is one of the most popular electives the school offers. Chef Chuck Tingle heads the program.
Allyson LaVictoire is a product of the Okaloosa County School District as a student, teacher and administrator.
She attended Bob Sikes, Northwood and Walker elementary schools. She went to middle school at the old Richbourg Middle School. And she graduated from Crestview.
Walker Elementary School Principal Lorna Carnley is a product of the Okaloosa County School District.
She attended Florosa Elementary School in Southwest Okaloosa County and is a proud 1985 graduate of Fort Walton Beach High School. She was a longtime faculty member and administrator at Baker School.
Driving onto the Crestview High School campus, it’s obvious change is in the air. New fencing has been put up that has nothing to do with school security.
Signs of construction projects are seen at every turn.
Crestview High School, it turns out, produces far more than competitive sports teams.
Three Crestview students just returned home from Nashville, Tenn., after earning Top 10 status at the HOSA – Future Health Professionals global competition.
On the weekend of Friday, June 10 through Sunday, June 12, middle school and high school age students will have the opportunity to take part in a three-day debate camp featuring local leaders at Northwest Florida State College.
The debate camp is organized by Incubate Debate. According to their website, Incubate Debate is a non-profit debate initiative for high school students from Florida’s rural and urban communities.
602 S. Main St.
Crestview, FL 32536