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Welcome to Currituck County Schools

Welcome to the Currituck County School District, located on the coast of beautiful North Carolina.  Currituck is the most northeastern county in North Carolina just south of Chesapeake, Virginia and just north of Kill Devil Hills.  Currituck is home to some of the most beautiful scenery and sport hunting and fishing areas in the state. In addition, Currituck hosts expansive farm land, some of the region's best farmer's markets, Corolla, and the Currituck Lighthouse.
The Currituck County School System serves approximately 3850 students in ten schools. This includes six elementary schools, two middle schools, an Early College High School and a traditional comprehensive high school. Currituck County Schools boast beautiful school facilities with the technology and equipment to ensure that our educators can prepare our students for the 21st Century and beyond. Currituck County Schools is led by a five member Board of Education who are dedicated to the very best education for each and every student.


  • Preparations Underway for 2014-15 Kindergarten Registration 
    Help us plan for the 2014-15 school year by registering your Kindergarten student EARLY!
    Currituck County Schools is now enrolling kindergarten students for the 2014-15 school year.  Eligible students must be 5 years old on or before August 31, 2014.  Parents or legal guardians must bring proof of residency, the child's original birth certificate and updated shot records.  Required Health Assessment forms will be available at the time of registration. This form and all other required paperwork must be completed and submitted to the Registrar’s Office prior to the start of school. For more information, please contact the Central Office at 232-2223, EXT. 1004 or visit our enrollment information webpage by clicking HERE.
    Register now at the Registrar's Office on Shortcut Rd. in Barco during normal office hours!
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  • Public Notice 
    Beginning with the April 2014 meeting the Currituck County Board of Education will meet the 1st Thursday of the month at the Historic Currituck Courthouse, starting at 6:30 p.m.
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  • Parent Portal for PowerSchool / Home Base
    Parents can now get access to student information in the PowerSchool / Home Base Parent Portal.  Grades are not available for students in grades K-2.  Click this link to view the Getting Started video.  (This is a large file and may take a minute or two to load.  Please contact Brenda Norris,, for more information or assistance.
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  • North Carolina Schools and You: What Changes in Our Schools Mean for Parents and Students
    North Carolina Schools and You – an hour-long show in a "town hall meeting" format – offers information and discussion around recent important changes in public schools and how parents can be more productively engaged in their children’s success.  Specific topics include:
    -       Teaching and Learning:  What Students Are Learning and How;
    -       Measuring Performance:  New Assessments and Accountability Model; and
    -       Parent Engagement:  How Parents Can Support Learning. 
    This program serves as a great source to help explain the new Standard Course of Study, testing and other changes affecting your children. To view this program online, click below:
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  • New Check Service and Returned Check Procedures for 2013-14
    Currituck County Schools will be working with Envision Payment Solutions this year.
    Please be aware that if your check is returned, it may be re-presented electronically. Also, in presenting a check for payment, the check writer authorize service charges and processing fees to be debited from the same account should the check be dishonored. These fees, as permitted by state law, may be debited as a paper draft or an electronic funds transfer, at our option. Each dishonored item is subject to the applicable state returned check fees.  The letter  to parent can be viewed by clicking here. 
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  • New Meal Prices in Effect for 2013-14
    Parents and students are reminded of new meal prices going into effect for the 2013-14 school year.
    Meal prices and 2013-14 applications for Free or Reduced meals can be found by visiting our Child Nutrition Department's web page.  Click HERE for a direct link to this page.  Students receiving free or reduced priced meals at the end of last year will remain at the same status for the first 30 days of school, but a new application must be submitted in order to determine eligibility for the 2013-14 school year. 
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