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March 1 - April 30:
Open Enrollment Period for the 2021-2022 school year

April 22:
Student Appreciation Day

April 23:
Shasta Caverns Field Trip

May 8:
Public Lottery

May 25:
Kindergarten Graduation

May 27:
8th Grade Graduation


  • We want to hear from our families! It's time for the annual School Climate Parent Survey. We encourage all our families to participate. Please fill out one survey per household.  Your responses will let us know what we're doing well, where we need to improve and ideas you may have for the future of CCCS. It only takes a few minutes and is completely anonymous. The survey is only available through May 7. Please click on the graphic below to access the survey.
  • Congratulations to our fourth graders who received awards for their amazing entries in the Drug Awareness Poster Contest! Thank you so much to the Redding Elks Lodge for these generous awards!
  • March 1 - April 30 is our open enrollment period for the next school year. New students wishing to enroll in Cottonwood Creek Charter School for the 2021-2022 school year must fill out an Application for Admission. The applications can be picked up in the office or downloaded via the Apply button above. If the number of new applicants for a class exceeds the number of spots available, there will be a public lottery held on May 8 to determine our waiting list. Applicants wishing to be part of the lottery must have their applications turned in by April 30. 



CCCS hats are for sale in the school office. The hats are $15 each. Please make checks payable to CCCS Parent Club.


About Our School

About Us

Cottonwood Creek Charter School is located in the historic town of Cottonwood in northern California. We are a kindergarten through 8th grade public school sponsored by the Cottonwood Union School District  and offer a quality, tuition-free education. Our family-friendly school schedules are independent study based and we offer two educational options: traditional classroom site classes and homeschool. Our site based classes are small (maximum of 24 students per class) to optimize learning and teacher/student interaction. We have a wide variety of after-school electives such as music, art, sports, science, ceramics, sewing, drama, technology and study hall to enrich learning. Our goal is to work with families to provide the best educational environment for every child. 

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