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Crown Point High School

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Type  Public high school
Principal  Chip Pettit
Total enrollment  2,675 (2014)
Superintendent  Teresa A. Eineman
Grades  9-12
Phone  +1 219-663-4885
Crown Point High School
School district  Crown Point Community School Corporation
Teaching staff  114.16 (on a FTE basis)
Address  1500 S Main St, Crown Point, IN 46307, USA
Founded  Crown Point, Indiana, United States
District  Crown Point Community School Corp, Crown Point Community School Corporation

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Crown Point High School (CPHS) is a 9-12 public school located in Crown Point, Indiana, United States. It is the only high school in the Crown Point Community School Corporation.


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CPHS is accredited by AdvancED. For the 2011-2012 school year, Crown point was ranked 1386 nationally and 19 in Indiana in US News and World Report's annual school rankings.


The demographic breakdown of the 2,622 students enrolled as of the 2012-2013 school year is as follows:

  • Male - 49.5%
  • Female - 50.5%
  • Native American - 0.3%
  • Asian/Pacific islander - 2.2%
  • Black - 1.5%
  • Hispanic - 11.1%
  • White - 82.9%
  • Multiracial - 2.0%
  • Athletics

    The Crown Point Bulldogs compete in the Duneland Athletic Conference. The school colors are red and white. The following IHSAA sanctioned sports are offered:

    Notable alumni

  • Spike Albrecht - former player for the Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team
  • Dan Plesac - former professional baseball player, baseball analyst on MLB Network
  • Jerry L. Ross - astronaut
  • Geoffrey G. Slaughter - Indiana Supreme Court justice
  • Marc Chénetier (American Field Service student 1963-64), President of the European Association for American Studies (2004-2008), Senior member Institut Universitaire de France (1997- )
  • References

    Crown Point High School Wikipedia

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