Calling all RCS students. Many parents and students have asked for ACT help, so we are launching this incredible opportunity at Roxboro Community School to help students. Join us for this eight...

Sixth grader Caroline Cates is the winner of the January 8 RCS Spelling Bee. Baylor GilliamHong, also a sixth grade student, is the runner-up. Both Caroline and Baylor will represent RCS in the...


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Assembly Held to Wish Vernon Well in DYW

Roxboro Community School senior and Roxboro's Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) 2020 will be in Greensboro next week, in the state DYW program. A short assembly was held today (Friday, Jan. 17) to wish her well. She is pictured here, second from left, with RCS High School Principal Darkarai Bryant, her mother, Linda Vernon, and friends Josh Atwater and Sharon Slaughter.

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7 days ago

Volunteer Needs for January 2020

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The RCS Open Enrollment period for 2020-2021 is Monday, January 6 through Friday, February 21.

A Prospective Student/Parent Information Night will be held on January 9, 2020, from 6 to 8 p.m. ​After a brief information session, students and parents may tour the building and learn about curriculum, electives, clubs and more.

A Dog Walk Tour for prospective students and parents will be offered on January 22, from 9 to 11 a.m. Sign up for the tour at​

Applications are available here -- Applications may also be picked up at the RCS front desk, Bethel Hill Charter School, Person County Health Department, Person County Public Library, and the Roxboro Area Chamber of Commerce.

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17 days ago

Enrollment Information

RCS Student/Parent Information Night is Thursday, January 9, 2020, 6 p.m. in the RCS Multipurpose Room.

Sign up for the Dog Walk Tour for Prospective Students/Parents, on Wednesday, January 22, 9-11 a.m., at

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19 days ago

Bulldogs Care -- Even During Break

Members of the RCS eighth grade team today delivered items donated by RCS eighth grade students, Cub Scout Pack 260 and Girl Scout Troop 674 to the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) in Durham. After delivering the donated items, teachers Sara Morrow, Charissa Denny, and Kara Roberts, along with members of their families, baked treats for those staying at the RMH. The RCS teachers said it was a sobering experience to hear about the experiences of the families who are spending this special time of year at the Ronald McDonald House. We are incredibly #bulldogproud of this group's efforts to make the holidays a little brighter for others.

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28 days ago