School Facts

    • School ID: 302
    • Student Population: 865 

    Achievements

    • "A" school for Overall Performance 2016 - 2021

    Teacher Experience 

    • Percent of Highly Qualified Teachers: 100%
    • Advanced degrees: 28% of teachers have advanced degrees
    • Teaching experience: 51% of teachers have 10+ years experience.

    Curriculum

    • Common Core State Standards: English language arts and math
    • N.C. Essential Standards: Science, social studies, art, music, P.E., healthful living and information technology
    • Specials: Computers, music, P.E., art, media, brain house, STEM, and guidance (includes character education classes.
    • Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program (AIG): Math and Reading programs for qualifying 4th and 5th graders; testing for AIG occurs in 3rd grade. 
    • Exceptional Children Program (EC): Provides resources, self-contained speech and occupational therapy, and physical therapy for qualifying children.

    Schedule

    • School hours are 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. (the earliest drop-off time is 7 a.m.)
    • Traditional School Calendar
    • Bus transportation is available to all students.

    After-School Program

    • NC rated 5-star program
    • Serves students in K-5
    • Hours 2-6 p.m.
    • Teacher Workday and Summer Camp programs offered
    • For more information, contact the After-School Program Director at 704-841-2621 

    Facility

    • Opened 2004; Wing added 2006
    • 40 Classrooms; 6 Mobile Classrooms
    • Media Center with over 15,000 books, e-books, videos and other resources.
    • Two playgrounds with equipment 
    • Soccer Field and Running Track

    Technology

    • All Classrooms connected to the Internet
    • 1:1 Chromebooks for all students grades 3-5
    • 1:1 iPads or Chromebooks for all K-2 students
    • Interactive projectors and boards in every classroom. These boards use interactive learning technology that enables teachers to create, customize and integrate text, images, quizzes and tests, web, video and audio content, so they can more easily capture students' attention and accommodate different learning styles.
    • Document cameras: connect with laptops and interactive boards to demonstrate manipulatives, books, etc.