School News

  • General Supplies List for Student Supplies

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  • Alanie Accepted to Governor's School!

    We are very proud of our Junior, Alanie O'Dell! She is one of TWELVE students from Gaston County Schools accepted to the Governor's School of Excellence.  We look forward to her representing us at Governor's School!  Click here for the article.

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  • Summer Enrichment Program Resource


    Are you looking for summer ideas? You can find the searchable College Preparation Opportunities database on CFNC.org with listings on over 150 summer programs affiliated with NC colleges and universities. From music to video game design, students can find options to learn more about things they enjoy while being exposed to a college opportunities.

    College Foundation of North Carolina - College Preparation

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  • Long Sleeve Shirts for Sale

    Consider keeping warm while rocking our Spartan wear!

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District News

  • Board approves principal appointments


    The Gaston County Board of Education has approved the appointment of principals at 10 schools for the 2017-2018 academic year. The appointments are effective July 1.

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  • Hunter Huss graduate wins mentoring scholarship


    Demarquis Logan is quick to tell you that the Gaston County Schools mentoring program changed his life. Logan became involved in mentoring seven years ago as a student at Brookside Elementary School. He recently graduated from Hunter Huss High School and is looking toward the future with a mentoring scholarship in hand.

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  • High schools name valedictorians and salutatorians


    Gaston County Schools has 24 students in the Class of 2017 who have achieved valedictorian or salutatorian honors. The valedictorian and salutatorian were recognized during each high school graduation. The senior with the highest weighted grade point average (GPA) is selected valedictorian and the senior with the second-highest weighted GPA is chosen salutatorian.

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  • Students achieve perfect attendance records


    This year, Gaston County Schools has three seniors in the Class of 2017 who have achieved 13 years of perfect attendance for their entire school career, kindergarten through twelfth grade. The students were recognized during their high school graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 10 for having perfect attendance and received a plaque from the Gaston County Board of Education.

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Announcements

  • Board of Education Meeting

     

    The Board of Education will meet Monday, July 3, 12:0 p.m., at the Gaston County Schools Central Office, 943 Osceola Street, Gastonia. The public is invited. Click here for the agenda. 

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  • Summer Hours

     

    Gaston County Schools will operate again this summer on a four-day, 10-hours a day work week beginning Monday, June 19. School and central level offices will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. All offices will be closed on Friday. Offices will be closed Tuesday, July 4 for the Independence Day holiday. Summer hours run through Friday, August 11.

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  • Free lunches available this summer

     
    This summer at locations across Gaston County, breakfast and lunch meals will be provided for children. It’s easy to find the location closest to you. Just text FOOD to 877877. When prompted, submit your zip code and you will receive a reply with the locations in your area. The free meals are provided through the Summer Feeding Program that is in place to ensure that no child goes hungry while away from school over the summer. Click here for a list of locations.
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  • Virtual Academy applications accepted 


    We will accept applications throughout the summer for the new Gaston County Virtual Academy, which is designed especially for middle school students (grades 6-8) who could benefit from school flexibility and personalized online learning. The Virtual Academy is ideal for students currently enrolled in home school programs, students who need a flexible school schedule because of athletics and other competitive activities, or students who experience difficulty with the transition from elementary school to middle school. Click here for more information and to apply online.

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Gaston Early College High
Lena Sue Beam Building
201 Highway 321 South
Dallas, NC 28034
704-922-2405
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Sheila Wyont, Principal
 
 

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