UPDATE: We are happy to share the opening of our new uniform website: ShopRBA.school! Uniforms will be available for pre-order on April 1st. This website ensures all CCS-America families will receive high-quality uniform items at a discounted price!

We are also excited to announce that for the 2023-2024 school year, our schools will provide a complimentary uniform starter package for our new Kindergarteners. More details will be forthcoming on package contents and how to place your child’s order.

For more information, please see this letter sent to staff and families last week.

Welcome to Quarter 4!

We hope that you all had a wonderful Spring Break! This year has flown by and we are looking forward to finishing the 2022-2023 school year strong! Here are the highlights to look forward to:

Science Olympiad

The CCS-Leland and CCS-Whiteville Science Olympiad students competed in the Regional Science Olympiad competition held at UNCW on March 11. After impressive performances by all students, both teams will be moving on to compete in the State Tournament, to be held April 21 & 22 at NC State University!

At the Regional and State level, Science Olympiad students compete in over 20 events in five categories: Life, Personal & Social Science, Earth & Space Science, Physical Science & Chemistry, Technology & Engineering Design, and Inquiry & Nature of Science. Students spend the year preparing for these events in the Science Olympiad elective offered to middle school students. If your student is interested in competing next year, elective registration will open this spring!

Congratulations to the Science Olympiad students and coaches! We will be cheering you all on at the State Tournament!


Students of the Month

Virtue is an important part of CCS-America’s classical curriculum. Each month, students are recognized for displaying a specific character trait that they are not only learning and practicing, but also recite daily in our Pledge.

March’s character trait was Gratefulness. Students who are grateful show appreciation for what they have and do. Gratefulness is seen in the School Pledge as “I Pledge to be virtuous in all my deeds.” Students apply these words to their everyday lives by appreciating the people in their lives, saying “please” and “thank you”, and enjoying what they have.

Congratulations to all students who demonstrated exemplary gratefulness. Check them out at the links below!