Our mission is to set high expectations to empower creative leadership. Our mission will be accomplished through an academically rich and safe environment where students can become part of an interactive diverse community, in which they feel safe and successful.
The vision of our school is to provide a warm, loving and inviting environment where everyone is empowered to be responsible learners, outstanding leaders, accepting of others and respectful of everyone.
E. O. Young was recognized by the State of North Carolina for being in the TOP 50% of schools for growth for the 21-22 school year.
What's Going on at the Tiger Den!!
November 28th ~ Grade 3/4 Field trip to CFI
November 29th ~ Grade 5 Field trip to CFI
November 30th ~ Grade 2/3 Field trip to McGregor Hall
December 2nd ~ Henderson Christmas Parade at 2:00
December 4th -12th ~ Book Fair
Let's spread some Holiday Cheer and follow the chart below....
Each day we will wear something as the date says, it will be so much fun!!!
December 15th Early Release ~ 12:00
December 18th ~ January 2nd..... NO SCHOOL
Vance County Schools announces Arts Alive Apparel winners for 2024.Congratulations to our winning designs for the Arts Alive t-shirt, button, and badge artist!
Vance County Schools is proud to announce the recognition of outstanding students as the November Student Spotlights for the 2023-2024 academic year. Olivia Zheng of Dabney Elementary and MiLay Cheek at New Hope Elementary have been honored for their exceptional qualities and contributions to their respective school communities.
Vance County Schools is proud to announce the recognition of outstanding students as the October Student Spotlights for the 2023-2024 academic year. Tia Lewis of Advance Academy, Devontae’ Ragland of STEM Early High, and Jaryk Harris at Vance Virtual Village Academy have been honored for their exceptional qualities and contributions to their respective school communities.
Vance County Schools recognized their September Student Spotlights for 2023-2024. De’Shun Woods of Vance County Early College, Adreyan Burton of Vance County High School, and Taelyn Evans of EM Rollins STEAM Academy kicked off the first honorees. These exceptional students have demonstrated exemplary qualities and contributions to their school communities. The Student Spotlight program, sponsored by Vance County Schools and the Vance County Public School Foundation, aims to celebrate outstanding students who are making a meaningful difference in their schools.