Students enrolled 365
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School leader Douglas J. Potts
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District Crestline Exempted Village School District
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7854 Oldfield Rd
Crestline, OH 44827

(419) 683-3647
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3 stars
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May 16, 2014
I love this school. Sure, it has it's issues. What place doesn't? I love the teachers, students, and other staff and faculty members. I'm so glad I was able to be at Crestline from pre-school to graduation. I am a proud graduate of the Crestline High School Class of 2014!

- submitted by a community member
February 22, 2014
Terrible School. Look elsewhere. Choosing this school for my children was the worst choice I made as a parent. There is a total appearance of apathy on the part of many of the teaching staff and the leadership When leadership changed, I thought it would get better. It got worse. Should you decide to attend Crestline you will find limited class availability and unfriendly staff. I have never encountered teachers that didn't smile and greet parents. I've never seen a principal complete ignore parents. I'm not sure who the person is that was so critical of the kid who couldn't spell "principle." But, the kid is a graduate of Crestline. Crestline makes its own argument for consolidation. Don't just take my word for it. Ask around the area. A large percentage of kids choose to open enroll in other districts. Still others choose private school. Others attend Crestline for two years of high school and then switch to Pioneer. In the end you have about a dozen seniors left in this year's graduating class.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2013
Don't listen to the other people on here. One of them can't even spell "principal" correctly. It's not the school, or the staff (granted, there are a few bad members of the staff, but please tell me where there isn't), its the students. Your student doesn't just all of the sudden start doing bad when they go to Crestline High School. It's a HIGH SCHOOL. They have to actually try and not just float through the day. Many a great people have graduated from Crestline High School, and we even have a new, amazing, facility. Please, do not listen to the others on here. If your student would excel anywhere else, they will also excel at Crestline. Maybe our band program isn't the greatest, and maybe our sports teams aren't the best, but that's only because the students don't participate. There is nothing wrong with CHS, and actually, we have quite an outstanding group of students in the 7th and 8th grade currently who are going to bring great change to our wonderful school.

- submitted by a community member
May 30, 2011
Not a school I would recommend. Many parents have fled the district. Very poor band program. Very poor guidance information. Some good teachers, some very bad and obviously counting days until retirement.

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2011
I have 2 daughters in Crestline High and am not happy at all! They werw both A/B honor roll students until they started this school. Teachers lose homework assignments or forget they were turned in. Yes my children are guilty of not always having work done but if this is what happens when they do turn it in why bother!? Have had coats, homework, folders, among other items stolen. Never had the issues I have until they started Crestline! Looking to open enroll or move out of the district just to get my children the education they deserve!

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April 21, 2009
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- submitted by a student
July 15, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2008
I was a student at Crestline High School until last year and in my experience, it is horrible. The principle was horrible and there are limited opportunities in academics as well as sports. I had some great teachers, but just as many poor teachers. The school is going broke and the building is falling apart. There is favoritism and discipline is only taken on certain students (not the sports heros). I would advise looking elsewhere at a school with more opportunities in sports, academics, and clubs.

- submitted by a student
December 14, 2007
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December 13, 2007
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- submitted by a community member
November 03, 2007
This school is nothing to write home about. The teachers are not bad, some are very good. However, once the students reach high school they are subjected to probably the worst principal I have ever encountered. The high school has no windows on the upstairs and visible signs of rust on the outside of the building - which appears to made of some cheap metal. The school has access to technology but several teachers are loathe to embrace it, even though computer and technology skills are vital to kids. If you have a choice, look at the surrounding districts.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2004
Crestline schools has a dedicated, caring, professional staff, inclusive all levels. As a former teacher in Crestline, I have found that the computer access there matches that of 4-star, out-of-state suburban schools. The classroom environment is safe and well-managed; better than most! Anyone who attends this school will reap the benefits from the small size and have the technological and extra-curricular facilities of a large school.

- submitted by a teacher
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Crestline High School
7854 Oldfield Rd, Crestline, OH  44827
(419) 683-3647
Last modified Crestline High School is a Public school that serves grades 7-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Crestline High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 12 reviews.