Basketball Season Comes to a Close

The first CCS-America basketball season has officially come to a close. Congratulations to all of the athletes for their hard work, dedication, and sportsmanship displayed throughout the six games.

In celebration of the end of this season, we invite you to join us today at 4:30 for the long-anticipated student-staff basketball showdown in the CCS-Leland gym. Not only will we enjoy some friendly competition, but we also will be presenting the season champions with their first-place trophies and medals.

As we wrap up this season, we are already looking forward to the 2024-2025 CCS-America sports programs! Soccer will kick off in August, basketball will return in December, and baseball and softball are set for March. If your middle school student is interested in joining our sports programs, please get in touch with your athlete’s PE teacher for sign-up information or contact Dean LaFave at

Thank you to all of our athletes, coaches, and supporters for making this inaugural season a success. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for CCS-America sports.

Staff and student basketball game information

It’s National Charter Schools Week! 

This week, May 12-18, we celebrate the power of YOUR voice in your student’s education!

We are proud to honor and acknowledge the 8,000 charter schools, 251,000 teachers, and the countless lawmakers who advocate for the nearly 4 million charter students nationwide. Every student and family deserves access to a high-quality public education, and student-centered charter schools have the ability to cater to the needs of each family and community in ways that traditional district schools cannot.

We are grateful to you for choosing Classical Charter Schools of America and for being a vital part of the movement that is improving the lives of millions of students across the nation. Thank you for your continued support and dedication to educational excellence.

Celebrate National Charter Schools Week

EOG Tips and Tricks 

As we approach the end-of-grade (EOG) testing period, we want to ensure our students are prepared and supported for success. This Friday, 5th and 8th graders will be taking the Science EOG, followed by the Reading EOG on Tuesday, May 21, and the Mathematics EOG on Wednesday, May 22 for grades 3-8. To help our students perform their best, here are some tips for parents and guardians to assist them during this crucial time:

  1. Create a quiet and dedicated space for your student to complete and review homework.
  2. Encourage your student to explain what he or she has learned in school to reinforce their understanding.
  3. Ensure your student gets enough rest with an early bedtime.
  4. Help your student review any classwork or study review materials.
  5. Be sure to serve healthy, well-balanced meals, especially for breakfast, to fuel your student’s day.
  6. Help your student manage stress and anxiety by discussing expectations, concerns, and aspirations.
  7. Start the testing day calmly to set a positive tone.
  8. Remind your student to take the test seriously and to listen carefully to all instructions.
  9. To combat test anxiety, encourage your student to take deep breaths to relax and utilize breaks during the test.
  10. When the tests are complete, celebrate the hard work and achievements of your student!

NC DPI EOG Information