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Spring 2021 Testing Information
Vance County Schools wants to ensure that all of our families are aware of the requirements set forth by the state of North Carolina in regards to End of Grade and End of Course Tests, along with other state mandated tests.
All students are required to take state assessments on-site at their school. Each school has posted the test schedule on their school website. Additionally, students will receive a postcard with specific dates and test information. Students will be physically distanced during testing and face coverings are required.
You will receive more information from your child's school in the coming days. Our teachers are working hard to ensure our students are prepared and ready to do their best.
To locate an individual school website, visit "Our Schools" at the bottom of the district website and select your child's school.
Direct links to school websites:
Dr. Letisha Judd-Manning has been selected as a 2021 Dr. Samuel Houston Leadership Award Winner for the Aspiring Superintendent Program Cohort V.
Vance County Early College ranks among the top once again!
Vance County Schools is excited to announce Ayanna Anderson, a junior at Vance County Early College, has been selected to attend NC Governor's School (Natural Sciences). Governor's School is a summer program for gifted & talented high school students, integrating academic disciplines & the arts.
VCS will host the Class of 2021 graduation ceremonies on May 24 for our four high schools, all taking place on the campus of VCHS. Tickets will be required, along with face coverings and physical distancing. Information will be given to seniors by their respective schools.
Are you a rising junior or senior and interested in becoming a teacher? This opportunity may be right for you! NCCU and NC State are hosting a two-day summer institute for rising high school juniors and seniors that are interested in becoming teachers.
Click here to find free WIFI hotspots available in Vance County. Scroll down to the map and enter your address for the nearest hotspot available!
We may be learning virtually, but we know crisis situations still take place. We want our families to have information readily available should you need to access these services.