•  District Overview

    • CCS teachers were ranked #1 in effectiveness for the 3rd consecutive year.
    • During the 2015-16 school year our system educated approximately 32,000 students.
    • 9th largest district and one of the fastest growing counties in North Carolina
    • Our system currently employs approximately 4,000 people (2,400 teachers).
    • CCS is constantly growing: 
      • 20 elementary schools
      • 7 traditional middle schools
      • 7 traditional high schools
      • 3 preschools
      • 2 non-traditional middle school
      • 4 non-traditional high schools
    • Predicted growth of 500-1,000 students every year over the next 10 years
    • More than 100 career and technical education programs
    • Class of 2016 received more than $43 million in scholarships.
    • Graduating approximately 90% of students
    • Moving from textbooks to digital tools

    Specialty Programs

    • STEM Programs: CCS has a K-12 STEM pipeline. 
    • International Baccalaureate Programs are expanding
    • Language Immersion Programs: students will receive instruction in both Spanish or Chinese, and English
    • Two Early College High Schools: offering students an opportunity to earn an Associate Degree during their four year high school education
    • High School Academies: Biotech and Health Sciences, Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics, Hospitality and Tourism, Energy and Sustainability, as well as Information Technology and Programming
  • Teacher Support Services

    • Individually Assigned Mentors for beginning teachers in years 1-3
    • Lead Mentors in every school
    • New Teacher Orientation
    • Collaboration and growth through Professional Learning Communities
    • Instructional Technology Facilitators in every school
    • Competitive local supplement and stipends for coaching and other duties
    • Counselors, Assistant Principals, and Nurses in every school
    • Resource officer assigned to every school
    • Social Workers in each feeder area to help maintain a safe teaching environment
    • A wide variety of free staff development opportunities
    • Low teacher turnover rate (below the North Carolina average)
    • Extensive teacher benefits package
  • Location, Location, Location

    • Easy access to all surrounding interstates- 85, 77, 40
    • All the amenities of a big city only 15 minutes away with a smaller more personal community, lower taxes, less traffic
    • Sports teams including-Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Checkers, Charlotte Hornets, and Charlotte Motor Speedway
    • Arts: Belk Theater, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, multiple art museums
    • Points of interest- Time Warner Cable Arena, Concord Mills Mall, PNC Music Pavilion, US National Whitewater Center, Cabarrus Arena and Events Center, and the NC Bio-Tech Campus
    • Close proximity to numerous institutions of higher education including The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    • COME VISIT THE AREA!  A few area hotels are offering discounts to potential teacher candidates.  Hotel Discounts
Last Modified on April 5, 2017
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