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Vance County Schools is proud to announce that 240 seniors have received their high school diploma during our four graduation ceremonies. Vance County High School graduated the morning of May 25th in the Viper Gymnasium and Vance County Early College High School graduated later that evening at the Vance-Granville Community College Civic Center. Vance Virtual Village (V3) Academy and AdVance Academy graduated on June 10th in the Wayne Adcock Auditorium. Students, staff and guests gathered to celebrate their accomplishments.
When students head back to class for the 2022-2023 school year, there will be several new faces welcoming them within the schools across Vance County Schools! Dr. Cindy Bennett shared, “We are excited to provide opportunities for staff to demonstrate their leadership and overall knowledge. I look forward to great things from our new team members and our district will continue to support each of them in their new roles.” Vance County Schools is excited to announce the following new leadership changes
AdVance Academy concluded our final graduation ceremony with 42 students receiving their diplomas. The in-person ceremony took place in the Wayne Adcock Auditorium located at the Center for Innovation on Friday, June 10th at 11:00am. Students were presented their diplomas by Principal Cyrus Waters and Superintendent Dr. Cindy Bennett. The ceremony was live streamed on the VCS website and aired live on WIZS.
On Friday, June 10th, at 9:00 am, 29 of Vance Virtual Village Academy students received their diplomas. The in-person ceremony took place in the Wayne Adcock Auditorium located at the Center for Innovation. Students were presented their diplomas by Principal Dr. Jessica Perry and Superintendent Dr. Cindy Bennett. The ceremony was live streamed on the VCS website and aired live on WIZS.
On Thursday, June 9th at 3:00 pm, Vance County Schools hosted an in-person Partnership Recognition ceremony at the Atrium, located at the Center for Innovation. The ceremony honored the unique partnerships between community organizations and our schools.
Vance County Schools welcomes Raymond Noel, a lifelong resident of the area, as the Athletic Director for Vance County High School. Noel graduated from JF Webb High School in 2002, where he played football and ran track and field. He continued his education at Averett University, where he played football and served as a student assistant for their basketball program. In 2007, Noel graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education and a minor in coaching.
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