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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. 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. 



  • Please know that all members of our junior class will be taking, free of charge, the national ACT test on the morning of Wednesday, February 20.  As you know, the ACT can provide both students and parents helpful information regarding college preparedness, career readiness, academic strengths, and the like.

    We wish our eleventh-graders every success on this important test and encourage them to get a good night's sleep on Tuesday, eat a healthy breakfast, arrive on time to school, and give this test their very best!

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    Please note that a change in the professional development calendar for teachers will necessitate a modification to our second semester calendar.  On Wednesday, February 27, CCPS is excited to host internationally-acclaimed speaker and educator George Couros. 

    Therefore, Friday, February 22, originally an optional workday for teachers, becomes a school day for students, with dismissal occurring at the regular 12:30 pm Friday dismissal time. 

    Wednesday, February 27, originally a school day for students, now becomes an optional workday for teachers, with classes not in session for students.

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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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    Grade 12 – Mathematics, reading, and science assessments-CCHS

    January, 2019

    Dear Parent or Guardian:

    Currituck County High School will participate in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) on 3/7/2019. NAEP is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what students know and can do in various subjects. NAEP is administered by the National Center for Education Statistics, within the U.S. Department of Education. NAEP is different from our state assessments because it is a common measure of achievement across the country. The results are released as The Nation’s Report Card, which provides information about student achievement to educators, parents, policymakers, and the public. 

    Your child may take an assessment in mathematics, reading, or science. In addition to subject area questions, NAEP survey questionnaires are voluntarily completed by students. The questionnaires help by providing valuable information about participating students’ educational experiences and opportunities to learn both in and out of the classroom. More information about NAEP survey questionnaires is available at under the section “What Questions Are on the Test?”

    Assessments take about 120 minutes for most students, including transition time and directions.

    The information collected is used for statistical purposes only.

    • Your child’s grades will not be affected.
    • Students may be excused for any reason, are not required to complete the assessment, and may skip any question.
    • While the assessment is voluntary, NAEP depends on student participation to help policymakers improve education. However, if you do not want your child to participate, please notify me in writing by February, 25th 2019.

    There is no need to study in preparation for NAEP, but please encourage your child to do his or her best. A brochure that explains what participation in NAEP means for you and your child is available at Contact Lindsay Daniels at (252) 453-0014 ext. 3091 or at if you have any questions.

    We are excited that our school is participating in NAEP. We know that Currituck County High School’s students will show what our nation’s students know and can do.


    Brian K. Matney, Ph.D., Principal

    National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is authorized to conduct NAEP by the National Assessment of Educational Progress Authorization Act (20 U.S.C. §9622) and to collect students’ education records from education agencies or institutions for the purposes of evaluating federally supported education programs under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA, 34 CFR §§ 99.31(a)(3)(iii) and 99.35). All of the information provided by participants may be used only for statistical purposes and may not be disclosed, or used, in identifiable form for any other purpose except as required by law (20 U.S.C. §9573 and 6 U.S.C. §151). By law, every NCES employee as well as every NCES agent, such as contractors and NAEP coordinators, has taken an oath and is subject to a jail term of up to 5 years, a fine of $250,000, or both if he or she willfully discloses ANY identifiable information about participants. Electronic submission of participant’s information will be monitored for viruses, malware, and other threats by Federal employees and contractors in accordance with the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2015. The collected information will be combined across respondents to produce statistical reports.


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  • Class of 2019

    Attention All Seniors... click on the link below to access the SGO Senior T-Shirt Order Form. See an SGO Officer or Mrs. Brinkley for more info!

     Senior T-Shirt Order Form

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    Parents may also go to and search for your school to order.

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  • Senior Information

    Please click on the link below to access the most updated version of the Senior Letter. This letter gives students and parents up to date information regarding all things that relate to being a senior!

    Senior Letter

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      CCHS Academic Calendar 2018-2019                                                     




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  • Bell Schedule for 2018-19 

    Back to School



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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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