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...
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.
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...
News and Announcements
Win a Kawasaki Mule at Raise the Roof Reverse Raffle
On Friday, March 21, Roxboro Community School will hold a reverse raffle for a 2014 Kawasaki Mule 600, valued at over $7,000. The event will be held at Palace Pointe, from 6 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $100 per couple. The donation will entitle ticket holders to one entry in the reverse drawing. One ticket allows admission for two, as well as two meals that include a beverage and dessert as well as a chance to win the Kawasaki Mule and other prizes. Proceeds from this event will go toward the Raise the Roof Campaign to build an auditorium, gymnasium and additional classroom space at RCS. In addition to the grand prize, many exciting door prizes will be awarded throughout the evening. A cash bar will be available also.
Tickets may be purchased at Roxboro Community School, Roxboro Medical Associates, Fox’s Kawasaki Inc., Pointer Prudential and Associates Realty, and Roxboro Savings Bank’s South Branch. Roxboro Community School reserves the right to cancel the event should less than 150 tickets be sold. Should this happen, the full ticket price will be refunded. In order to be eligible to win, ticket holders must be 18 or older. For a complete list of rules, please visit the school or see them here, on www.roxborocommunityschool.org. For further information contact Roxboro Community High School Principal Greg Hamilton.
Advanced Placement Academy Offered Next Year
Roxboro Community School will offer a new and exciting academic program to rising/incoming freshmen for the 2014-2015 school year. The Advanced Placement (AP) Academy is a 21st Century program that focuses on preparation for future success, not only in high school, but also in college and the workforce. There are many facets of this program that are unique to the Academy and RCS’s commitment to academic excellence for its students.The AP Academy is open to current rising freshmen or students accepted through this year’s Open Enrollment process. It combines rigorous AP courses, foreign language instruction, study abroad and community service to provide a high school experience second to none.
Let’s Raise the Roof on a Gym and Auditorium
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.