A Silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: Quartered per pallet and chevron reversed Argent, quarters one and four Azure, two and three Vert, in the first two books and a lamp, in the second an artist pallet, a lyre, and a theater mask, in the third two hands passing a torch, and in the fourth a winged foot; in fess point the head of a bear affronté, and a wavy border to chief all of the first. Attached below the shield, a Blue tri folded scroll with the letter "H" on the dexter fold, the letter "S" on the sinister fold, and the inscription "CREEKVIEW" on the middle fold, all in Silver letters.
Blue and green are the schools colors. The shield is the school seal with the symbol for learning in the first quarter; art, music and theater in the second quarter; shared knowledge, leadership, and citizenship in the third quarter; and athletics in the fourth quarter. The symbols refer to the focus on academics, arts, citizenship, and athletics in the education of the cadets. The Grizzly is the school's mascot and signifies the strength and competitive accomplishments of the Creekview Cadet Battalion. Traditionally blue represents constancy, devotion, and justice while green is representative of adaptability, hope, and youth. These qualities compliment and reinforce the Cadet Core Abilities displayed by the cadets.
The shoulder loop insignia was authorized 23 March 2011.