Welcome To Crestwood High School
Crestwood High School Mission Statement
Crestwood High School will provide the tools and inspiration necessary for all students to reach their maximum academic potential while encouraging them to become engaged, informed, and responsible citizens.
Crestwood High School will create a safe learning environment with an emphasis on individual responsibility. We are committed to helping all students meet high educational standards through a variety of learning opportunities provided by highly qualified educators.
We have exciting news! Your counselors are hosting a Get Out & Talk event on Thursdays at 1 PM on the football field.
Take this opportunity to get out of the house, hang out on your high school campus, and make the most of the last weeks as a Crestwood SENIOR! Bring a blanket and snacks, and we can chat about anything from academics to your favorite Netflix shows! We understand that some of you may be fasting....bring games to play in lieu of snacks!
COME to ONE or COME to ALL of the Thursday events:
April 15 , April 22, April 29, May 6
We are looking forward to seeing you! Don't forget to wear your mask
Visit the CSD Home Learning Hub to contact teachers, access Classroom websites, Google Classroom, and explore educational content and resources.
2021 Reintegration Plan
To provide feedback or if you have any questions about the 2021 Reintegration Plan, please send an email to 2021ReintegrationPlan@csdm.k12.mi.us
AP Exam Registration
Advance Placement (AP) Testing Begins the Week of May 3, 2021
- Manual Registration ONLY- For assistance, contact Secretary Kathy Osinski at firstname.lastname@example.org
Curbside meal distribution will be held on Wednesdays from 2:30 - 5:30 pm at Crestwood High School.
Click here to see flyer with Complete Meal Distribution Information
Educational, Corona Virus and Self-Care Resources
- Click Here for List of Educational, Corona Virus and Self-Care Resources for Everyone. This list is being constantly updated as more resources become available.
- Dearborn Heights Library offers Tumblebooks and Overdrive along with more free online stories. Their YouTube channel features stories and other activities in support of literacy. DHL YouTube Channel
Socio-Emotional Resources related to COVID-19
Wayne Metro CARES Relief and Recovery Services
Wayne Metro has launched Wayne Metro CARES Relief and Recovery Services. Residents may qualify for assistance in the following areas (Programs based on Communities):
Food & Income Support - Distributing food, formula, diapers, wipes & Personal Protection Equipment
- Water & Energy Assistance
- Rent & Mortgage Assistance
- Property Tax Assistance
- Emergency Plumbing Repair
- Funeral Assistance
More information can be found at https://www.waynemetro.org/cares/ and the flyer below. In addition in the coming days you will find a community resource guide on this page. Individuals and families who need support can call (9:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am - noon on Saturday) Wayne Metro at 313-388-9799 (or 734-284-6999) or chat with a specialist on our website.
Wayne Metro CARES Relief and Recovery Services Flyer
Honors Night Slide Direction Sheet - View, Download or Print. Be sure to share your slide with Mr. Fabris and Mrs. Ray before Friday, May 7th, 2021.
Registration: Begins April 20, 2021, by appointment only (call 313-278-0558)
Where: Crestwood High School Main Entrance
Cost of Registration: Registration fee is waived for this year
Click here to see all the information on the Registration Flyer.
School starts at 7:41 am
Dismissal is at 2:25 pm