The largest graduating class at the Caldwell Early College High School earned a record breaking number of college credits totaling 5,532 with 84% of the graduates earning an Associate’s Degree and 56 graduates earning both an Associate’s Degree in Arts and Sciences, setting yet another school record.
As freshmen to graduates, 100% of the Caldwell Career Center Middle College High School Class of 2017 walked across the graduation threshold, proudly shaking hands with principal Brian Suddreth and moving ahead with diploma in hand with bright possibilities of college and the workforce.
The Black Bears, the middle school/high school mountain bike racing team for Caldwell County area, placed third in the Middle School team division at the May 21st race at Farris Memorial Park in Mayodan, North Carolina.
Hibriten High Firefighter Academy Chief and Instructor Sam Smith opened the flag ceremony with the question: “What does the flag mean to you; what does it represent?” and students answered resolutely - freedom, home, honor, and equality.
Schools celebrated at the 6th Annual Robin’s Nest Change for Children Campaign “grand reveal,” when campaign organizers announced that the Caldwell County Schools reached a new record fundraising high of $30,175.75.
Hundreds of Caldwell County high school student athletes are registered to attend the 1st Annual Heart Health event scheduled this Saturday, May 13, 8 am to 4 pm, CCC&TI campus, sponsored by Blue Ridge Energy.
Students from the Hibriten Fire Fighter Academy Preston Hawkins, Brice Bennett, and Hunter Vines win three of the Top 5 spots in the North Carolina SkillsUSA firefighting competition.