Class of 2017 Top 10% Students

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  • Vance County Schools serves the educational needs of approximately 6,000 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Our professional staff is committed to providing the knowledge, skills and opportunities for our students to "compete in an ever-changing global community." Our community takes great pride in our schools and through its financial support, provides opportunities for all students to experience success and to prepare for the future.

  • Jackson Recipient of 2017 Friday Medal

    Dr. Anthony D. Jackson, superintendent of Vance County Schools, is a recipient of the 2017 Friday Medal awarded by the Friday Institute at N.C. State University for Educational Innovation. Dr. Jackson has been selected to receive the award along with six other superintendents of rural North Carolina public school systems. The Friday Medal recognizes the commitment of Bill and Ida Friday for educational excellence. Bill Friday was the long-time president of the University of North Carolina system and he and Mrs. Friday continued to be huge supporters of the university system and public education after his retirement from his prestigious state position.

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McKinney-Vento Homeless Education

  • children Click here for information about McKinney-Vento Homeless Education.

Summer Nutrition Program

Kindergarten in Vance County Schools!

Access Control System

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Arts Alive Talent Showcase

  • Arts Alive Talent Showcase Features Students

    The Arts Alive Talent Showcase for Vance County Schools on Saturday, March 25, featured about 70 students from the school system who shared their amazing talents in singing, dancing, reciting dramatic readings and playing instruments on the stage at the McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center.

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June 2017 Newsletter

  • High School Graduation Ceremonies Featured in June Newsletter

    Read about our high school graduation ceremonies and more in the school system's newsletter, The Lamplighter, for June 2017. Vance County Schools’ high schools graduated a total of 454 seniors for the 2016-2017 school year during commencement ceremonies held on May 26, June 9 and June 10. The graduates received a total of $6.6 million in scholarships to further their education at colleges and universities across North Carolina and in neighboring states.

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Vance County Policy Review