You Can Help NC’s Charter Schools

Legislation that could give a significant boost to North Carolina charter schools has been introduced in the General Assembly. House Bill 219, the Charter School Omnibus, would make various changes to the laws affecting charter schools. Among the most significant: It would ensure that students at public charter schools and public district schools receive equal funding.

Currently, N.C. charter school students receive 37% less local funding than district school students. If you agree that it’s time to end this disparity, we encourage you to reach out to your House or Senate member to share your views. Find your Legislators here.

More information: The Carolina Journal Article


The Road to the FASTAR Race of Champions 

CCS-Wilmington and CCS-Whiteville FASTAR finalists are ready for the Race of Champions! After two exciting Race Days filled with close competition, the trophy winners will be moving on to compete as a team against the other RBA schools.

CCS-Southport will race tomorrow, Thursday, April 13th and CCS-Leland follows a week after on Thursday, April 20th. All schools will meet at The Race of Champions on April 26th where the school with the most speed and accuracy will take home the trophy!

Congratulations to CCS-Wilmington and CCS-Whiteville FASTAR racers, pit crew members, and champions! Thank you parents for practicing with your student and cheering the racers on!

CCS-Wilmington Photos

CCS-Whiteville Photos

Safety First, Always

Since The Roger Bacon Academy’s founding in 1999, the safety of our students and staff has been the top priority. Safety is a shared responsibility. The buildings and grounds must meet regulatory standards, and the staff and students must observe safe practices in their conduct and set examples for all to follow.

Last month, all four CCS-America campuses and The RBA corporate office received the NCDOL OSHA Award for having a safe place for employees to work. To receive this award, an organization must maintain an incidence rate at least 50% below the average for its industry group.

Thank you to all of our staff for continuing to work hard and keep our sites safe for all!