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Antelope Crossing Middle School

Award winning Antelope Crossing Middle School, home of the Cougars, opened in 1994 as part of the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District. 

  • Best in the West Four Diamond award for school counseling
  • Most Outstanding Physical Education Program of the Year award from California Association for Health, Physical Ed., Recreation and Dance
  • California Distinguished School Award
  • Recognized as a STARS school by the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Dance 
The District

 

Steeped in a rich tradition of excellence, Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District (DCJESD) has been serving students and families for nearly 140-years. What makes our District special is the partnership between families, community, and educators - each committed to preparing students to become active and responsible citizens in a diverse society. 

 

Our award-winning elementary school campuses value diverse learning styles, provide rich experiences for all learners, and nurture self-esteem, character development, and lifelong learning. Focusing on the whole child, our talented and dedicated staff provides a caring, engaging and challenging educational experience for every student, every day. 

 

Our highly acclaimed K-8 and middle school campuses are uniquely designed to support the physical, social and emotional needs of our young preteens, and teenagers and offer courses that support an exciting and vibrant environment offering hands-on learning with state-of-the-art technology.  

 

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The Community

The Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District is located in the family-oriented, suburban areas of Roseville and Antelope in Northern California. Located within 20 miles of downtown Sacramento and around 100 miles from Northern California jewels such as San Francisco, Napa Valley, and Lake Tahoe, our area offers an abundance of recreational activities and one of the most pleasant climates in the country. 

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