"One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world" - Malala Yousafzai

The moment you step on the Crestview campus, you feel at home.  As the “neighborhood school,” Crestview is a place where people know your name, and care about your interests. It is a school that balances a true respect for childhood and a love of learning that extends beyond the classroom. Our students eagerly take on new challenges, and seek opportunities to make connections between what they are learning in the classroom and the world in which they live.

It was the school's commitment to fostering ways to "think" that first brought me to Crestview. What inspired me to stay were the positive interactions among the students, teachers and parents. I observed a dedicated community with great ideas that they worked hard to put into action, from parent volunteers at the Open House running booths they created, to older children helping younger students learn to read. I invite you to visit Crestview and learn more about what makes us such a strong community and learning environment.

Baudelia Chavez Taylor, Head of School