Currituck County High School

U-Knight-ing for Excellence

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  • We are so proud to announce that Currituck County High School recently became one of only 1,800 high schools worldwide endorsed to implement the innovative AP Capstone program offered through the College Board.  This endeavor includes two courses taken in sequence, the AP Seminar and the AP Research component, which help students pursue the additional challenge in high school of further developing skills essential to collegiate success, including research, collaboration and communication.  WELL DONE, KNIGHTS!

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  • Bell Schedule for 2018-19 

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  • Parents, we urge you to be sure to register for the Power School Parent Portal. This is a one stop shop to be able to update personal information as well as check attendance and grades for your child(ren). Please use the document below to walk you through setting up your account!

    Parent Portal Information


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  •                             CCHS Announcements

      **Fall Sport Athletes: There will be an Athlete/Parent meeting on Thursday, July 25th at 6:30pm. This is a required meeting for parents and athletes.
    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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  • CCHS  Home of the Knights!
    Vision: U-"Knight"-ing for Excellence 
    CCHS is located in the center of Currituck County in Barco, North Carolina. Approximately 30 minutes from the
    beautiful Outer Banks,our school serves all students residing in Currituck County, including Knotts Island and Corolla.

    As our district's traditional comprehensive high school, Currituck County High serves approximately 1,000 students in grades 9-12. We provide each student an extensive selection of courses and academic programs to choose from, including college preparatory, career and technical education, as well as honors and advanced placement classes. Our instructional day operates on a 4x4 block schedule with 85 minutes per class period.  In addition to traditional instruction on the 4x4 block, a Power Hour offers students a 30 minute lunch period and 30 minutes for other instructional opportunities, including tutoring, clubs, special topics, and/or engaging in physical activities or socialization.