PTSA stands for the Parent Teacher Student Association. The Cinco Ranch High School Parent Teacher Student Association is a volunteer organization committed to the parents, teachers and students of CRHS and is dedicated to building various and effective means of communication to enhance these relationships. Our members strive to boost parent and student involvement and integration into our school and community and to support each aspect of CRHS through volunteer service, financial assistance, teacher appreciation, various student programs, and student scholarships.
The money that we raise helps fund PTSA student scholarships to graduating Seniors, hospitality, outdoor and indoor beautification including the special education garden, and items from the teacher's special projects list. Examples of items on the Special Projects list include computers, calculators, curriculum materials, lab equipment, flags, oxygen probes, and many more resources that enhance interactive classroom participation. We are proud to present programs like CRASH, a program for teens on distracted driving, PTA Reflections contest, Homecoming 101 and yearly Earth Day programs. Student and parent membership helps fund these amazing programs. Please join today!
The CRHS PTSA is dedicated to:
Parents and Community Members $12
Students and Staff $8
Student Directory $7
Through various means of communication we strive to welcome you into the spirit of CRHS and keep you informed of school functions and volunteer opportunities. We are a source of information and a voice in education related legislative issues.
Through volunteer coordination, campus-wide financial support, building and grounds enhancement, and teacher/staff appreciation, we endeavor to lighten your load to allow you to fully dedicate your time to CRHS students.
Through encouraging student involvement, assisting in student integration, and providing scholarships, we strive to contribute to the success of CRHS students.
As education’s booster club, the PTSA brings together parents, teachers, and students and acts as one voice in support of our school.