Vance County Schools is seeking community input on a potential school consolidation plan. Please attend one of our public meetings and provide us with your valuable input. Email responses also are accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 25 - 10 a.m. in Administrative Services Center
January 25 - 6 p.m. at Henderson Middle School
January 30 - 10 a.m. in Administrative Services Center
January 31 - 6:30 p.m. at Northern Vance High School
February 19 - 6 p.m. at Southern Vance High School
February 26 - 6 p.m. at Eaton-Johnson Middle School
To register your child for pre-kindergarten services in Vance County Schools for the 2018-2019 school year, please click on one of the links below.
A "school within a school" serving approximately 100 in each grade level (grade 6 through grade 8). STEM Early High School offers a full range of rigorous educational opportunities in science, mathematics, language arts and social studies. Engineering and technology components are embedded in all four core subjects, as well as in the program's rotating electives, uniquely designed to support the STEM curriculum.
As a 1:1 laptop program, each student has his/her own laptop which greatly enhances the teaching and learning process. With the laptops, information/content is easily accessible, channels of communication are nearly seamless, feedback is instant and a multitude of tools to solve and demonstrate learning are at the students' fingertips.
"Designed with our Future in Mind"
The mission of STEM Early High School is to provide a small, personalized learning community that prepares students with high interests in science, technology, engineering or mathematics for global success through a challenging, purposeful program of study based on relevance and rigor and delivered in a climate of mutual trust and respect.
The vision of STEM Early High School is to provide a small, student-centered school that meets individual needs through personalization, collaboration and a commitment to relevant learning experiences, positive relationships and academic excellence.
The STEM student is a capable individual who possesses the maturity and independence to accept the challenges of the progressive school and is capable of honors level work. The student has the potential to successfully complete engineering challenges with global significance and is interested and excited about being part of a community of peers and faculty.