Roxboro Community School
The mission of Roxboro Community School is to achieve and maintain educational excellence by providing a small,inviting and nurturing school that focuses on grades six through 12. RCS values and respects each member of our school family, thus enabling everyone to become effective, productive citizens. RCS will provide an environment that will direct our students to focus on relevant and rigorous learning that will continue after high school. It is the vision of our school to create educated, responsible and productive men and women who are equipped to face the challenges of the 21st Century.
It is the vision of Roxboro Community School to create educated, responsible, and productive men and women who are equipped to face the challenges of the 21st century.
Roxboro Community School is committed to fostering a culture of respect that is embedded throughout the school, a culture that is built on the belief that all members are essential to a successful learning environment.
Roxboro Community School is committed to a culture of respect which includes fair treatment, honesty, openness, and integrity.
Roxboro Community School will maintain high expectations for all students and believe that all students can learn at high levels.
We are committed to maintaining:
Trust in each other
Recognition of everyone’s contributions
High expectations for all staff and students
Open, honest contributions without fear of retribution
RCS’s staff is committed to:
Solving problems, not applying blame
Respecting time and the time commitments of others
Being aware of nonverbal communications
Being an active, responsible member of the RCS team
Providing and receiving feedback constructively and respectfully
The 7th and 8th Grade Open House will be on Tuesday, August 9, at 6 p.m.
The High School Open House will be on Thursday, August 11, at 6 p.m.
The program is for rising high school seniors with a career interest in journalism. Only 12 students are accepted into the program every summer and they learn about multiple things concerning journalism, including classroom study, real-world reporting, newsroom practice, and meet professional mentors. The program is located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus.
Winstead was admitted to the West Point Association of Graduates Scholarship Program -- the first such honor for a RCS student. West Point Association of Graduates offers scholarships to only one percent of qualified candidates. Winstead was one of the 35 candidates chosen nationally from a field of over 3,000 qualified applicants to receive this scholarship.