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  • Our Mission

    It is the mission of Roxboro Community School to achieve and maintain educational excellence by providing a small inviting and nurturing school that focuses on grades six...

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  • Our Vision

    It is the vision of Roxboro Community School to create educated, responsible, and productive men and women who are equipped to face the challenges of the 21st century.


  • Core Values

    Roxboro Community School is committed to fostering a culture of respect that is embedded throughout the school, a culture that is built on the belief that all members are...

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  • Our Staff

    RCS's staff is committed to solving problems, not applying blame; respecting time and the time commitments of others; being aware of nonverbal communications; being an...

                  

Our News

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Corn Hole Tournament/ Spring Fling

 
On Fri.May 2cornhole tournament/PTSO Spring Fling from 4 to 7 p.m. Middle school team is $
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Band Spring Concert

RCS Bands will perform their Spring Concert on May 10, at 6 p.m. at Mayo Lake Amphitheater. 
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Golf Tournament

Sat., May 10 at Roxboro Country Club. shotgun start at 9 a.m. Lunch is provided. Registration $

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Blood Drive

 Thursday, April 24.

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Senior Speeches

Senior Speeches, May 1

News and Announcements

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Kelsey Pleasant Named Jaycees’ Outstanding Teenager

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Roxboro Community School senior Kelsey Pleasant has been named Outstanding Teenager by the Roxboro Jaycees. She received the award at the 2014 Distinguished Service Awards Banquet, held on March 27.

The honor makes Kelsey eligible to compete for the North Carolina Jaycees Five Outstanding Teenagers awards program, which accepts applications from Jaycee chapters on behalf of outstanding high school seniors from their area. Upon evaluation of these applications by the Foundation's scholarship subcommittee, the five most outstanding receive scholarship awards. The North Carolina Jaycees recognize the winners at the Distinguished Service Awards Banquet in April.

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Reverse Raffle a Resounding Success

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Amanda Crabtree,  PTSO President, presents Dr. Tom Long, chair of the RCS Fundraising Committee, a check for $30,000 to go toward the Raise the Roof Campaign. This was the PTSO's second donation of $30,000 within the past year.

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Let’s Raise the Roof on a Gym and Auditorium 

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We are building a new auditorium and gymnasium. We will soon begin a capital campaign to Raise the Roof on a Dog House, or gym for our student athletes, and an auditorium for our theater, band and dance classes and for school and community events. Click on the links above to see larger images of the architects’ drawings of our final capital project.

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Sixth Grade Waiting List

There is a link to the sixth grade waiting list under "Important Links" to the right. No names are used, but parents may check the number assigned to their child, and the spot on the waiting list.