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Queen Creek’s Crismon High welcoming first senior class

Posted 7/7/24

When Crismon High School in Queen Creek reopens this month, it will have its first senior class.

The school opened during the 2022-23 school year. It quickly filled in its first two years and …

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Queen Creek’s Crismon High welcoming first senior class

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When Crismon High School in Queen Creek reopens this month, it will have its first senior class.

The school opened during the 2022-23 school year. It quickly filled in its first two years and will be opening a junior high building when classes start on Monday, July 22.

“The addition of a junior high building opening this month and the upcoming construction of another building this year reflect the school’s commitment to expanding its facilities and providing an excellent learning environment,” according to a press release from the Queen Creek Unified School District.

Ian Siltala, a member of the inaugural senior class, first began attending CHS as a sophomore. He chose Crismon because it was closer to home and he was excited about attending a brand-new school, the release stated.

 Siltala has been taking guitar classes at CHS and plans on attending Arizona State University where he hopes to earn a bachelor’s degree in music.

“His goal is to pursue a career in music using the foundation he built in high school,” the release stated.

Siltala is encouraging incoming freshmen at CHS to form strong  friendships, adding that he met most of his friends in band class, the release stated.