Our vision is that Crescent Valley High School will nurture students to grow as responsible citizens, engaged learners and prepared for the transition to life beyond high school. In order to reach high levels of achievement and personal success, all individuals within the Crescent Valley community strive to think and communicate effectively, demonstrate integrity, show kindness and be positive role models. Our students also will be self-reliant and able to tackle new challenges with confidence and skill.
Through rigorous and relevant learning, inspire students to be reflective, develop individual potential and pursue unique personal and career interests.
We are committed to developing graduates who:
- Creatively solve problems, access information, and adapt to change.
- Behave in a respectful manner, being good role models and showing kindness.
- Demonstrate a passion for life-long learning.
- Demonstrate integrity.
- Tackle new challenges with confidence and skill.
- Evaluate and synthesize information.
- Are self-reliant, believing in their ability to think critically to solve problems.
- Make responsible decisions regarding health and humanity.
Additionally, our district’s programs and daily practices are based on the principles of equity and opportunity for all students. You can read about equity in action HERE.
Aaron McKee, Principal since 2017
Mr. McKee has worked in the Corvallis School District since 1989. Joining CV as principal in July 2017, he was most recently the assistant principal at Linus Pauling Middle School. He has also served as assistant principal at Crescent Valley High School, and as a teacher at the elementary, middle and high school levels. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science and a Master’s degree in Movement Studies in Disability, both from Oregon State University. Aaron has created many positive relationships in Corvallis schools over the years through his coaching, teaching, and leadership roles.
Nicole Hendricks, Assistant Principal since 2019
Ms. Hendricks joined the Crescent Valley administrative team in 2019. She is from southern California where she worked as a special education classroom teacher, Special Education Department Chair at the middle school level, and most recently as a high school vice principal. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Master of Arts in Education, both from Cal State University Bakersfield.
Mark Henderson, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director since 2019
Mr. Henderson comes to our district from Monroe, Washington where he has worked as a math teacher, Principal, Dean of Students and Assistant Principal/Athletic Director at the high school level since 2008. He has coached at the high school level including Fastpitch and football. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Pacific Lutheran University and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from City University in Bellevue, Washington.
Jennifer Still, Assistant Principal since 2020
Jennifer Still joined the CV administrative team in 2020 after serving as interim principal at Jefferson Elementary. She has nearly a decade of experience as a school counselor and prior to her current position, she worked as the District’s behavior consultant to serve students K-12 who have difficulties accessing their education. Ms. Still holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a Masters in School Counseling from Oregon State University. She also holds a Preliminary Administrator License from Lewis and Clark College.