Parents & Students
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The academic program at CCA will be focused on preparing students for the NC Career and College Promise program (as upperclassmen) along with potential pre-apprenticeships and internships. Each student’s schedule will be based on that preparation and the transcript they bring to CCA.
PowerSchool and Canvas
PowerSchool is the CCA Student Information System (SIS), and Canvas is the Learning Management System (LMS). Below is a functions list for each system.
- Historical Grades
- Report Cards
- Learning tools
CCA Athletics will partner with area organizations to host athletic events (practices, games, and matches) until the school can have its own facilities. Coordinators will make every effort to meet the athletic interests of the student body.
Students will be expected to be dressed in an appropriate, non-distracting way. CCA will not have uniforms. (See additional details in the Parent/Student Handbook.)
The school participates in the National School Lunch Program. Students also have the option to bring lunch from home.
The middle school day is from 7:45 am until 2:45 pm. The high school day is from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm
The currently scheduled bus pick-up and drop-off sites are:
1) Dollar General in Swanns Station. Corner of Swanns Station Rd and Highway 87;
2) Wink Mart on Deep River Road; and
3) Piggly Wiggly in Broadway.
Buses will leave each stop at 7:15 AM to return to campus. Riders should plan to arrive at their stops at 7:00 AM each day. Drop-off will be at 3:30 PM at each stop. The school does not plan to have individual stops.
Contact Frank Thompson (email@example.com) for additional information.