Creekview High School was built on the former Crumley farm in northwest Carrollton. The school opened in August 1998 with ninth and tenth grade students.
The school added a grade each year withthe first senior class graduating in 2001. The Creekview High School has been a host for many success stories through academia, sports, school organizations/clubs and the fine arts. This year (2018) marks the 20th anniversary for Creekview, and many of the core teachers that opened the campus in 1998. Creekview High School is one of four high schools in C-FB ISD. The mission of Creekview High School is to inspire a creative, challenging, and caring community in which all students will graduate within four years prepared to pursue postsecondary education and become productive citizens.
About CFB ISD
The Carrollton-Farmers Branch district encompasses 53.42 square miles and is located primarily in northwest Dallas County with a smaller portion in southeast Denton County.
The school district’s boundaries are not the same as municipal boundaries; therefore, Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District provides instructional services to children who live in portions of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison, Coppell, Dallas, and Irving. C-FB ISD has twenty-five elementary schools, six middle schools, four high schools, and four education centers. The Vision, Mission and Goal for the District is: Learn More, Achieve More. Continuous Improvement. High Achievement for Each Student.
About CHS BAND
The Mustang Band is truly the “Pride of Carrollton”. We have an organization that is second to none academically and professionally. At Creekview High School, the band program alongside the choir, orchestra, art, AP Music theory, dance and theatre combine to make up the CHS Fine Arts Department.
The program is composed of a total enrollment of 120 students, comprised of two concert ensembles, one jazz ensemble, a percussion ensemble, musical pit orchestra, full orchestra, colorguard, winterguard and the Mustang Marching Band. Students participate in the TMEA Region 31 All Region Bands, Jazz Bands and Orchestras, as well as the TMEA All State Band. The Creekview Bands have received numerous sweepstakes awards and superior ratings at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Contests in its history. The Mustang Marching Band since its inaugural year has participated in the UIL Area marching contest and performed in numerous Bands of America Marching Contests and has history in participating at the Texas State Marching Band Contest. The Creekview Wind symphony was selected as a “National Winner” for their 2009, 2017 recordings by the Foundation for Music Education in their National Honors Competition. The Creekview Wind Symphony, in 2017 advanced to the Area round of competition in the TMEA 5A Honor Band Contest and is honored to have received an invitation both as a featured performer at the 2018 Music For All National Concert Band Festival and Featured Percussion Ensemble for the Sandy Feldstein Percussion Festival and in recent past was a featured performing ensemble a the 2011 Midwest Clinic in Chicago.