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May 4th: Quartely Parent Meeting
May 4th-10th: CVCC Exams
May 11th-17th: Challenger Exams
May 12th: CVCC Graduation at 6:00 pm
May 20th: Challenger Graduation in the Tarlton Complex at 10:00 am
UPCOMING PSO MEETINGS:
Challenger Early College High Schools has opened its doors for the 11th year to a new class of incoming freshman. Serving 400 students from Alexander and Catawba Counties in partnership with the four school districts, CVCC, NC New Schools, and the NC Department of Public Instruction. The early college supports project based and inquiry based learning while promising each student exposure to life-ready skills, infusion of the Habits of Mind and 21st Century Skills, adherence to the early college model, access to the Future Ready Core Diploma with the required university admissions courses, and access to earning an associate's degree. The school is the only early college in the state that offers a comprehensive performing arts program and interscholastic athletics program. In terms of economic impact, the school has created more than 100 additional local jobs, due to higher graduation rates and greater earning potential for our graduates earning Associate's Degrees, and contributed in excess of a net half-million dollars to local government revenue with our total 419 graduates in our ten years according to the Regional Economic Analysis Laboratory at Clemson University. For 10 years running, the Firebirds top the state and county in academics, attendance, and graduation rate. In fact, the most recent data ranks Challenger Early College High School in the top 10 in the state. Designed around research the school follows the national early college model offering students a personalized environment, powerful teaching and learning in classrooms, and a pervasive ready-for-college culture that creates pathways and opportunities for life in the 21st Century.