Caldwell County Schools

To provide quality instruction in a safe, caring environment.

To provide quality instruction in a safe, caring environment.

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Announcements and District Updates

  • Caldwell Online

    Next school year, middle and high school students will have an online learning option through Caldwell Online, the district’s new virtual instructional platform. To be eligible to participate, students must have passed all classes in the 2020-21 school year and demonstrated self-motivation as reflected in good attendance and behavior. Participation requires a year-long commitment from students.

    To apply, click here.

    Informational sessions for Caldwell Online will be via Zoom on May 18 at 6:00 pm. To join the meeting, click on the Zoom link: Zoom Link

    For additional information, email or call 828-728-8407 ext. 140115

    Caldwell Online

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  • Project Graduation 2021

    All Caldwell County Schools 2021 graduates are invited to Project Graduation to celebrate with your class on May 22, 2021, from 8 pm to 12 am at Bo's Entertainment in Lenoir. Only graduates of the Class of 2021 are invited to attend. Enjoy free food, drinks, arcade, mini-golf, bowling, and win door prizes: TVs, devices, speakers, Chromebooks, etc., and CASH! Register at your school or online here. If you register by May 17, your name will be entered into a $100 drawing at each high school.


    This is Caldwell's gift to the Class of 2021! You deserve this celebration together! (All current safety protocols will be observed.)

    Register online for Project Graduation!

    Click here for more information.

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  • CCS Curbside Meals for children 18 years and younger on Wednesdays from 11-1 pm and 3:30-5:30 pm at Hibriten, South Caldwell, and West Caldwell. All students are eligible to eat breakfast and lunch meals at school at no charge!

    Curbside Meals for Children

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  • Weekly Summary of COVID-19 and Updates

    In an effort to openly communicate positive COVID cases to the public while respecting the privacy of others and protecting confidential medical information, Click here for the CCS weekly summary report.

    The school district will follow state and local health procedures for any suspected, presumptive, or confirmed cases. More here.

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  • Oak Hill School Property

    The Upset Bid status of Oak Hill School may be found on the district website. For more information, click here and for the notice of sale of real property, read more.

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  • Parent Portal - 24/7 Access to Student Grades, Attendance and Assignments

    Parent Portal Log in and access your student's attendance, grades, assignments, and other information. This portal gives parents and students access to real-time student data - no need to wait for progress reports. You have access to grades every day! Click here for more information.

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Top Stories

  • Site Administrators Announced for Summer Learning

    School administrators will manage the continuation of educational instruction for students in grades K-12 on eight school campuses this summer. The School Extension Learning and Enrichment Program, which will start up the week following the last day of school, is a recovery and enrichment program to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on academically at-risk students.

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  • Caldwell County Students Selected for Governor's School

    This summer four of Caldwell County Schools’ academically gifted rising high school seniors will have the opportunity to explore cutting-edge ideas and concepts in academics and the arts at the North Carolina Governor’s School. Students will attend a residual educational experience on of the campus of either Meredith College for Governor’s School East or High Point University for Governor’s School West.

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  • Early College High School Class of 2021 Earns 82 Associate's Degrees

    The Caldwell Early College High School Class of 2021 earned a total of 82 associate’s degrees through the program’s innovative partnership with Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute (CCC&TI), where they accumulated 6,677 college credits that saved families more than $765,500 in tuition and textbook costs. Of the 89 graduates, 72 are first-generation college students.

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  • West Caldwell Artwork on Display in Raleigh

    Rylee Carter, sophomore at West Caldwell High School, placed in the Top 10 out of 764 entries in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Division of Aviation Art Contest, an annual competition among students across North Carolina.

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  • Excellence in Education Awards Ceremony

    The Excellence in Education ceremony held on Wednesday filled the JE Broyhill Civic Center with educators and staff who were selected by their peers as nominees for the 2021-2022 “of the year” awards sponsored by the Education Foundation Inc. of Caldwell County and Blue Ridge Energy.

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  • Title IX (non-discrimination)

    The Caldwell County School System does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs or activities as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. This requirement extends to admission and employment. Inquires about Title IX may be referred to Carol Sturgis, CCS Title IX Coordinator at or call 828.728-8407, and/or contact the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights in the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education.