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Welcome to Currituck County High School

CCHS  Home of the Knights!
Vision: U-"Knight"-ing for Excellence 
CCHS is located in the center of Currituck County in Barco, North Carolina. Located approximately 30 minutes from the beautiful Outer Banks, our school serves all students residing in Currituck County, including Knotts Island and Corolla.

As the only traditional, comprehensive high school in the county, our school serves approximately 1,100 students in grades 9-12. We provide to each student an extensive selection of courses and academic programs to choose from, including college preparatory, career and technical education courses, as well as honors and AP courses. Our instructional day operates on a 4x4 block schedule with 85 minutes per class period.  In addition to traditional instruction on the 4x4block, a Power Hour offers students a 30 minute lunch period and 30 minutes for other instructional opportunities: tutoring, clubs, special topics, and/or engaging in physical activities or socialization. 



  • It's time purchase your 2016-17 Yearbook.  Please review the information below to help you plan and purchase your yearbook!

    PRICING 2016-17

    2/20 until sold out  Final Cost  $75.00

    (price includes NC sales tax and shipping costs) Online Smart Pay ended on April 13th



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    Click below to access bell schedules for the 2016-17 school year.

    Regular & Early Release Schedules

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  •                                   CCHS Announcements

     View the DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS for:

                                                            ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 5/23


    5/31:  3RD BELL EXAM

    6/1:  4TH BELL EXAM

    6/2:  1ST BELL EXAM

    6/5:  2ND BELL EXAM

    6/6:  5TH BELL EXAM

    Click on the link below to access important dates to remember for Seniors!
    CCHS faculty and staff are being trained on the "Return to Learn" policies and procedures.  Check out some  information about concussions and the impact one may have on student learning by clicking here...


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