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Recent News

Bulldog to become NCSU dancer

2 May 2017
Chandler Warren, a senior at Roxboro Community School (RCS), will soon be joining the pack as a dancer for North Carolina State University (NCSU).
Warren has always had a love for dancing and has been doing so for the past 14 years of her life. She said that before this year, dancing for the university wasn’t something she had considered, but she is now very excited about the opportunity to do what she loves.

“I was very nervous,” said Warren, “there were 40 people trying out in person and 12 video auditions, [making] a total of 52 people competing for a spot on the team.”

On top of that, she said, “auditions were [held] the day of and the day after prom.”
Warren is planning on minoring in dance, but as for the bigger picture, she hasn’t decided on a
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Oakley competing for state Jaycee scholarship

26 Apr 2017
The Jaycee Outstanding Leadership Scholarship is a scholarship that is awarded to a senior who is a strong leader, has good character, and has competitive academic achievements. Kailey Oakley was nominated at Roxboro Community School and won the Roxboro Jaycees award. Oakley will now compete for the scholarship on the state level in Chapel Hill. "I felt honored, blessed, and grateful," she said.






RCS has largest YLA contingent in state

26 Apr 2017
Roxboro Community School (RCS) had the largest representation of any school in the state at the 47th Session of the North Carolina Youth Legislative Assembly (YLA) March 31-April 2. RCS boasted one tri-speaker, six committee co-chairs, two clerks, 12 delegates, and two sergeants-at-arms. YLA is a mock legislative session where high school students voice their opinions and vote on issues concerning local, state and national government. The three-day session is patterned after the North Carolina General Assembly. At the conclusion of YLA, a final report is drafted and distributed to the governor and legislators. The conference allows high school students an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the workings of local, state, and national government.


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