Fast Facts

SIZE:

  • High school (grades 9-12) enrollment 445 (2015-2016)
  • Middle grades (grades 6-8) enrollment 300 (2015-2016) 
  • Lottery to be held if more applicants than available spots for sixth and ninth grades


LOCATION:

  • Middle grades are in the former Klaussner Furniture Showroom, located at 301 Lewallen Rd., Asheboro, NC (less than five miles from the intersection of US Highways 220 and 64 and NC Highway 49)
  • High school located in a new facility at 5326 US Highway 220 Business South, Asheboro, NC


ACCESS:

  • Public school
  • Open to all NC residents in the applicable grades
  • Tuition-free
  • No religious affiliations


SCHEDULE:

  • Operates on a modified year-round calendar from August to June with typical holiday breaks and periodic breaks throughout the school year
  • School day from 9:00am to 3:12pm (high school); 8:45am-3:00pm (middle grades)
  • Year-round classes
  • Year-long classes and six period schedule
  • Friday hours are 9:00-12:30 for high school students; 8:45am-12:15pm for middle grades students


HONORS/AP:

  • Honors and AP classes available
  • Weighted GPA credit


SPORTS:

  • Athletics are available based on student interest and feasibility
  • Sports include basketball, cheer leading, golf, soccer, cross-country, baseball, softball, tennis



CLUBS:

  • Social involvement in clubs is encouraged
  • Interact Club (Rotary), Mock Trial. Drama Club, Gaming Club, Sustainable Business Forum, Key Club and more



ARTS:

  • Randolph County’s only youth orchestra
  • We also offer Beginning Guitar, Recycled Art, Chorus, Mural Art, History of Rock 'n' Roll, and Intermediate Art



LUNCH:

  • Students may bring lunch from home with access to a refrigerator and microwave
  • A hot lunch is offered for a small fee four days a week
  • Chick-fil-A, salads, subs, pizza and more



FLEX DAYS:

  • Internships in local businesses and institutions five days per year
  • Partnerships include the NC Zoo, Crossroad Retirement Home, Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen, Petty Garage, 99 Female Pilots Association, the CUOC, local potters and many more