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Roxboro Community School (RCS) biotechnology teacher Jill Clayton wants her students to have the best possible education, and she is constantly looking for ways in which she can enhance...

RCS Among First in Nation to Receive Grant for Personal Finance Teaching Thanks to Personal Finance teacher Jill Clayton, Roxboro Community School (RCS) is one of the first high schools in...

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Bulldogs Hanging With Wolfpack

RCS Middle School Cheerleaders attended the NC State University Dance Team Clinic in Raleigh today. They are pictured here with RCS alum and dance team member Chandler Warren. #bulldogproud

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RCS Communications

about 17 hours ago

My apologies for the incorrect message that you may have received from the RCS emergency system via call and/or text. We will be operating on a normal schedule tomorrow. I am still trying to work out the kinks. -Whittemore

Earl Whittemore

4 days ago

Student Application Nights Coming Up

Roxboro Community School will hold Student Application Nights on the following dates. Completed applications will be accepted ONLY on these nights.

Rising 6th Grade applications: Tuesday, February 18, at 6 p.m. in the lobby.

Rising 7th-12th Grade applications: Thursday, February 20, at 6 p.m. in the lobby.

Applications are available on the school web site, at Bethel Hill Charter School, Person County Health Department, Roxboro Area Chamber of Commerce and Person County Public Library.

For more information, about RCS and enrollment, visit www.roxborocs.org or call 336-597-0020

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RCS Communications

5 days ago

Help RCS Win Bonus Box Tops!

Please visit https://bit.ly/2OHtK4N to learn more about helping RCS win 5,000 Bonus Box Tops.You can scan your receipt on the Box Tops app for a chance to win 5,000 Bonus Box Tops for our school! The app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play

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RCS Communications

7 days ago

RCS High School Curriculum Night

Before high school students begin registering for classes, RCS will offer a High School Curriculum Night on Tuesday, March 10, at 6 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room.

Parents and students will be able to ask if CP, Honors or AP classes are best, and find out how to prepare for the opportunity to take PPC classes. Students and parents will also learn which electives are available, and much more.

Students and parents will also have a chance to meet the high school staff and ask questions.

Rising ninth graders are highly encouraged to attend, but rising 10th -12th graders are welcome as well. Please join us for this pre-registration event.

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RCS Communications

14 days ago
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