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  • There will be a spring ​​bus driver 3-day training class on May 23rd, 24th, and 25th at the Education Center. 

    ​ Class ​times will be from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm in the staff development room. 

    summer ​bus driver 3-day training ​class is scheduled at the Freedman Center on July 10th, 11th, and 12th.  Times are also from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm.

    To sign up for the class, please call the bus garage at 828-754-8041 with:


    • Your Name,
    • DriversLicense Number
    • Valid Phone Number

    For anyone who is not a current employee of Caldwell County Schools, an application and new employee packet must be completed before the roadwork training is scheduled.

    ​ ​Everyone must have a DOT drug screening and a DOT physical prior to roadwork.

    ​ ​A high school diploma or GED is required to become a school bus driver for Caldwell County Schools.

    If you have questionsor to sign up for class, please call the bus garage at 828-754-8041.

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    To add information, contact Laura Shatley, at 758-7376.

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     Graduating Class of 2016


    Located at the foot of Hibriten Mountain, the school’s namesake, Hibriten High School is Home of the Panthers for more than 850 students in grades 9-12 who proudly wear the red, black and white colors to show school spirit and pride. Students typically enroll in four 90-minute classes each semester and choose courses from a selection of more than 200 options ranging from Advanced Placement, Honors, College Credit – Career and College Promise, Core Courses, Occupational Course of Study, Virtual Courses to Career Technical Education (CTE). The Class of 2017 graduated 206 students, or 93%, touting a record breaking percentage of graduates who also acquired a record number of scholarships totaling more than $9 million for post-secondary education. Students from feeder schools at Davenport A+, Lower Creek Elementary, Happy Valley School, Kings Creek School, Oak Hill School, Valmead Elementary and William Lenoir Middle School proudly call Hibriten High their home school.