Crawfordsville & Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
Crawfordsville School Corporation

Hose (Grades K-1)

800 Fairview Avenue
Crawfordville, IN 47933
Enrollment - 425
PHONE: 765-362-2886
FAX: 765-362-3957

Nicholson (Grades 2-3)

1010 Lane Avenue
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Enrollment - 375
PHONE: 765-362-2607
FAX: 765-361-1767

Hoover (Grades 4-5)

1301 South Elm Street
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Enrollment - 335
PHONE: 765-362-2691
FAX: 765-362-1149

Grades 6-8

612 South Elm Street
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
PHONE: 765-362-2992
FAX: 765-364-3219

Grades 9-12

One Athenian Drive
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
765-362-2340
PHONE: 765-362-2340
FAX: 765-364-3200

Crawfordsville High School

  • Enrollment – 725
  • North Central Accreditation
  • Technology and distance learning facilities
  • Honors and Advanced Placement classes available
  • High Honors and Academic Honors Diploma
  • Academic team competitions
  • National Merit Scholar winners and commended students each year
  • 80% of graduates attend 2 or 4 year college
  • Vocational/technical classrooms including CISCO, HVAC, and PLTW (pre-engineering)
  • Award winning drug prevention program
  • CHARACTER COUNTS! and Pursuing Victory with Honor programs
  • All sports facilities on campus
  • Cardio fitness room
  • Healthy breakfast and lunch selections
  • Large aquatics center with student and club competitions, water safety programs, and water aerobics classes

Tuttle Middle School

  • Enrollment - 545
  • Laptop computers available for all students
  • Distance learning facility
  • Grade-level interdisciplinary teaching teams
  • Advanced classes for identified, high ability students
  • CHARACTER COUNTS!, Project Alert, and Just Say No programs
  • Gateway to Technology (pre-engineering)
  • Challenger Learning Center experience
  • Academic competitions
  • Fine Arts Night, Invention Convention, Musical, Talent Contest, and Career Day
  • Special services programs utilizing inclusion, a resource room, and self-contained classes
  • Cardio Fitness Center and New PE curriculum
  • Healthy breakfast and lunch selections
  • Athletic programs include cross country, volleyball, tennis, football, basketball, soccer, wrestling, swimming, track, golf, dance team, and cheerleading
  • Art, music, and physical education K-5
  • Self-contained classes for identified high ability students K-5
  • Summer school enrichment and basic skills classes
  • Art, music, and physical education
  • Fifth-grade camping trip
  • Basic swim instruction
  • Reading recovery
  • Services for special needs students
  • After-school day care 3:00–5:00 p.m.
  • CHARACTER COUNTS!, Just Say No clubs, and violence prevention programs
  • Emphasis on healthy breakfast and lunch items and physical fitness
  • Fourth and fifth graders receive choir instruction
  • Fifth graders may take beginning band
  • Fifth-grade sports include football, basketball, volleyball, and track