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Roseville, CA
Students enrolled: 2,200

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2551 Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard
Roseville, CA 95747

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(916) 771-6565
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June 17, 2012
I am a parent of 2 Woodcreek High grads- 2006 and 2007. Our kids enjoyed high school and were involved in sports and other activities. I think Jess Borjan is a great principal and I see the API scores are really high just a hair behind Granite Bay! Our kids both went to SDSU and graduated in '11 and '12 and have excellent careers! They had great experiences at Woodcreek.. Make sure your kid has something besides school like sports or band or a club..important to keep them motivated and engaged!

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April 12, 2012
I agree that Woodcreek has great teachers and many opportunities for each kid to find their niche. Outstanding performing arts programs and plenty of clubs and activities to be involved in. I have 2 boys there and we've had experience for 3 years here. Most programs have a parent Booster organization of which I have been very involved in.

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February 22, 2011
Woodcreek has: Excellent teachers Strong principal/school leadership Challenging academic programs Wonderful art programs Great athletic program But most of all, from what I have seen after having my niece, 2 nephews and now my son attend....they have AMAZING kids.

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October 12, 2010
The counselors and teachers care about the students and do what they can to help them.

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September 16, 2009
Woodcreek High School offers a great learning environment along with fantastic school spirit. Woodcreek students annually score high on STAR testing and the SAT's.

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June 02, 2009
woodcreek is a GREAT! many ap programs, good avid program, too bad some teachers are leaving. most people are nice and sports are doing good unlike other years. overall, i very happy to have gone here. GO WOODCREEK!

- submitted by a student

January 27, 2009
Woodcreek is a great school so farr... It's my first year here They have awesome teachers! And I love the rallies and games...I'm looking forward to a good year :]

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September 26, 2008
My Daughter first year here at Woodcreek. She has fit in well and made a lot of friends. I feel like everything has been very easy for her to get right in and find her way. Thanks for getting everything ready for the freshmans. Making them feel welcom. :)

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September 16, 2008
There is very little to complain about when you compare this schools to others in the country. Great parents, great teachers, great students. Every opportunity is provided to ensure that students perform to the best of their ability. Enough to send recent grads to U.C.s, Ivy Leagues and even The US Naval Academy.

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April 23, 2008
everybody is nice to each other not allot of drama once in a while though. really great teachers and students. good program to go by. and learn allot.

- submitted by a student

February 27, 2008
The Staff is dedicated and caring and moving forward. They have a finger on the pulse of the studentbody and pay attention to the most needy as well as the least. We have had a fabulous experience in four years at Woodcreek. There are a few issues with teachers who could use some parental visitation to keep their classes on track, but for the most part the educators are striving for excellence. Mr. North is a fabulous addition, we are blessed to have been under his care.

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February 14, 2008
Woodcreek high school in Roseville is one of the best schools that I have had a child as a student. They offer many classes that are usually college classes. The school is only 5 yrs old. They are interested in every student and keep the parents in the loop. their dance classes are in ballet, jaz, hip hop, etc. The dance recital is outstanding. They could not learn from better teachers or get any better lessons by paying for them in town. I am impressed by the dress code and the way the student conduct themselves. They offer water polo and other water sports since the Aquatic center is the next building to the school. They offer more than any other school that I have seen. I would rate this school as one of the best in the country.

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August 10, 2007
I have been very impressed with Woodcreek High School. I have a son who just graduated and one that is in the 10th grade. The counselors have always been supportive and have gone out of their way to help with class changes when needed. Almost every teacher my son had throughout his years at Woodcreek have been excellent. There were only two that I can remember that should not have been teaching. The AP classes are great for getting students ready for college. But beware, they do not usually tranfer into college credit. The Performing arts, Media program etc. are fantastic! I consider my kids blessed to have gone to this wonderful school.

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May 30, 2007
Great Place! Kudos to: Counselor Mr. Faranato, Asst VP Mr. Mateolli, Perf. Arts Mr. Fearon, Physics Mr. Reed, onsite Police Officer Gillis, and attendance office staff! Mr. Faranato tirelessly worked w/ my Jr. year son to plan his classes & helped move him when not a good fit. Mr. Mateolli helped my son get his first job & showed genuine concern for his welfare. Mr. Fearon is his (and my) favorite teacher. My son loves the drama dept. Mr. Fearon is the teacher we all wish we could have; always there for student, upbeat, prepared, hard-working. Mr. Reed spent a great deal of time helping my son raise his grade & reach his potential & always communicated with me. Offc. Gillis has a presence of authority along with concern and congeniality. When I needed his help, he was there! Attendance office staff helpful & knowledgeable. A++ for Woodcreek!

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May 19, 2007
The performing arts program is outstanding. My daughter graduates in two weeks. I'd say she had probably 10 fantastic teachers during her 4 years, and two very horrible ones - the rest were fine. Lots of AP classes are available and the campus is clean and kept up. Level of parent involvement is extremely high in the band progam and Mr. North is an outstanding music educator.

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May 16, 2006
I like this school because the offer many AP classes for college credit. Kids can actually graduate early because they do the school year differntly - it is in semesters like college

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April 08, 2006
If any of your children are interested performing theatre arts, this is the school. They have from what I have seen the best talent around to teach and create and have produced several award winning performances.

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April 02, 2006
Good school. Allows a lot of parental involvement

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November 24, 2005
I am a student of this school, and I've got to say that the environment is great, the teachers help to make it a fun atmosphere, which definatley has a positive effect on the students. School spirit is definatley encouraged by both staff and students of the school. There is also a plethora of clubs and activites within the school to help students make more friends, and fit in, which (in my opinion) will make most of us less likely to start hanging out with the 'wrong crowd'. Overall, I like this school very much, and I hope my review was helpful to you.

- submitted by a student

November 03, 2005
Great enviorment for students to learn, teachers are always there to assist students. They have a great athletic program.

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October 11, 2005
Woodcreek is a well-rounded school with an incredible variety of courses, an excellent teaching staff and an involved, spirited student body.

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July 08, 2004
Woodcreek could have been a a really great school long ago had it not been for [the] principle. she was so unsupportive of her students and teachers as well as any after school programs. I think the new principle will do great things. The athletic program needs work. Football is taken too casually. With the talent they have more colleges should be looking at them. My daughter graduated a couple years ago and I have atheletic sons about to enter. I look forward to woodcreek getting better and better.

- submitted by a parent

May 30, 2004
Woodcreek is a well-rounded school. Unfortunately though, for academically advanced ninth and tenth graders, there are no honors classes. This discouraged me because I had to sit in a class and learn 'everything again' because that class was required to graduate. On the other hand, Woodcreek's performing arts program is one of the best I've ever heard of in a public high school. The choir program just finished a tour to Italy where they sang for the Pope and the instrumental program is huge. The jazz, guitar, piano, and symphonic programs are all run by Brad North who is exceptional with the students. Also, the musical theatre program is very strong and had been recognized by many high school theatre associations. Sports at WHS have had their ups and downs, but membership is very rarely based on popularity. Some seasons have been exeptional. Overall, WHS is a great school.

- submitted by a student

August 25, 2003
Now Woodcreek has a new principal that understudied at Granite Bay. Hopefully he can pull Woodcreek back into its old self again. Unfortionately for those into sports you don't always get in on pure talent, it's also a popularity contest to get into JV and Varsity sports. Woodcreek is a closed campus 'for safety reasons' but if someone really wanted to, it is very easy to slip past the hall monitors and cause a big ruckus. Just like all other schools Woodcreek had its bomb threats and occasional misbehaved teenagers. Hopefully the years to come will be more bright than those in the past.

- submitted by a student

June 19, 2003
For the past few years the leadership of Principle Minero has been exemplary. I hope that the school will make sure she is happy in her job here for many years to come. She is a great asset to the school and the community!

- submitted by a community member

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Woodcreek High School
2551 Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard, Roseville, CA  95747
(916) 771-6565
Last modified Woodcreek High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Woodcreek High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 35 reviews. Top