Volunteers must complete the Online Okaloosa Schools Volunteer Application prior to volunteering at the school. When arriving on campus volunteers must sign in at our School Check In System.
The ACT and SAT are often used by colleges and universities in order to help determine acceptance. Crestview High School encourages students to take one or both of these tests.
View the 2021-2022 ACT Test Dates.
View the 2021-2022 SAT Test Dates.
Many classes at CHS allow students to bring their own devices in order to enhance their classroom learning experience. Students must have a parent-signed Mobile Usage Agreement on file to participate.
Okaloosa Schools now include Military and Family Life Counselors at each school. MFLC counselors provide brief, non-medical counseling to both students and his/her family.
The School Advisory Council (SAC) is comprised of parents, teachers, and community members who help are responsible for approving the school budget, School Performance Plan, the by-laws of all clubs and organizations, the try-out policies of all sports, and other items as needed. All volunteers are welcome!
Students and parents should thoroughly read the Okaloosa County Computer and Internet Rules of Acceptable Use and must agree to the Acceptable Use and Electronic Resources Contracts prior to the students participation on a computer, device or the Internet.
Students who wish to participate in Athletics should complete all Athletic Paperwork prior to athletic participation or try outs.
Okaloosa Schools offer students and parents access to Grades online through Parent Portal.
The Okaloosa School District recently released an app that includes breaking news and access to student grades. The app is available for Android or Apple products. Search iOCSD in the App Store or click the link to download the Apple App or Android App.
The Okaloosa County School District is pleased to be able to offer an additional method of payment for school meals and activities, such as band, chorus, sports and clubs, as well as field trips and items such as yearbooks, class T-shirts, etc.
The School District of Okaloosa County adheres to a Equity Policy of prohibiting discrimination in employment, programs, services and activities. The district strives to provide equal opportunity for all and to identify and overcome potential barriers to recruitment, employment, training, or promotional opportunities for its staff and applicants.
Student Accident Insurance may be obtained over the phone at 1-800-541-8256 or online at http://www.schoolinsuranceagency.com.
The 2021-2022 Student Handbook contains important information about Attendance, Tardies, the Dress Code, Discipline, etc. All students are responsible for abiding by the rules as per the student handbook.
The Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County (DOH-Okaloosa) is urging parents and guardians to prepare students for returning to school by reviewing immunization records and start getting the required vaccinations now.
For more information please view the Immunization Flyer.