CAHPS seeks to build a community of diverse learners who are encouraged to succeed through a variety of supportive academic and civic opportunities. CAHPS is committed to providing challenging and engaging academic programs, actively engaging students in the community through community service, civic issues, and partnerships with community-based organizations, preparing all students to ensure that they are "Future Ready" for college and/or career, ensuring that all CAHPS students are known well by multiple adults within the school, and providing internships for all seniors.
BIS seeks to provide a strong educational base through integrated subjects to prepare students for college and the professional world. Organizational and curricular philosophies aim to encourage persistence in setting and attaining goals, maximize a student's potential, and inspire curiosity to go further. Students gain valuable technology skills through innovative core projects in business and marketing, math, science, art and design, world languages, and the humanities. Students are encouraged to actively participate in campus-wide clubs and events, and to engage in the community through the internship program and community service opportunities.
CRA's mission is to serve as a beacon school that graduates well-rounded students, with strong foundational skills, who connect subjects, ideas, people, problems and solutions; who create unique, significant work that contributes to the community and/or world; and who can change themselves, their peers and the world. Connect – Create – Change!
The Southern Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund provides opportunities for Latino/Hispanic students living in the Southern Oregon region to complete their post high school career/degree goals. Each year, the Southern Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund (SOLSF), with the help of generous community sponsors, awards multiple college scholarships to students of Latino heritage.
The Oregon Jaycee Foundation will award at least two $500 scholarships to a graduating Oregon high school senior in the Class of 2015. The final selection of a recipient will be based on the following criteria: leadership qualities, personal accomplishments and community service.
Since 1992, the Crater Foundation has awarded over $3.1 million dollars in scholarships to Crater High graduates.
The rising Comets compete in the 5A Midwestern League in all major sports.
All Crater students who meet eligibility requirements may participate in Comet athletics.
School District 6 is dedicated to fostering an environment that encourages building skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to successfully meet the opportunities and challenges of the 21st Century.