About our School

  • Creek View is a diverse, high performing elementary school where students and faculty are focused on growth. 

     

School Data

  • Grades
    Kindergarten - 5th Grade

    School Day
    7:40 a.m.–2:20 p.m.

    Colors
    Navy Blue/Hunter Green

    Mascot
    Cheetah

     Average Enrollment: 850

     

Awards and Accolades

    • Gold Award from Governor's Office of Student Achievement - Highest Performing under Georgia's Single Statewide Accountability System
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Creek View Elementary

Cluster Information

School Contact Information

  • Creek View Elementary

    3995 Webb Bridge Road

    Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

     

    Phone: 470-254-2932

    Fax: 470-254-2936

    Twitter: @CreekViewElem

     

    School Hours: 7:40 AM - 2:20 PM

     

Special Programs

  • Creek View has services available to advance the learning of all students. Students may qualify for the following programs:

    • Talented & Gifted (TAG)
    • Special Education (SEC)
    • English as a Second Language (ESOL)
    • Early Intervention Program (EIP)

Creek View at a Glance...

    • Student body of approximately 950 representing over 15 countries
    • 41% of faculty hold Masters Degrees or advanced degrees
    • Highly involved Parent Teacher Association (PTA) funds supplemental student achievement, enrichment programs and generous donations to classrooms
    • PAWS Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) encourages students to have a Positive attitude, Accept responsibility, make Wise choices and remember Safety first
    • Monthly Character Breakfasts recognize student leaders in all K-5 classrooms
    • Staffed STEM lab
    • Media Center transformed into Learning Commons for 2018-19
    • Extracurricular activities including Morning PE, Intramurals, Chorus, Musical, Ukulele, Student Council, Science Olympiad, and Yearbook Club
    • Academic Team hosts annual Cheetah Cup Math Tournament
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    21 Century Digital Learning Tools

    Devices and software are accessible for teachers to use as part of daily lesson delivery.  Students use technology independently to master content standards.  In the process, they use critical thinking, communication, and collaboration skills while demonstrating creativity.  Due to the generosity of our PTA and SPLOST funding, we currently have 2 computer labs, 15 laptop carts, 7 iPad carts, and desktop computers in all classes, allowing us to be 2:1 in grades first through fifth and 3:1 in Kindergarten.