Our Mission

Our mission is to teach and inspire each child to become an independent thinker and a contributing citizen with a life-long desire to learn.

Each child will be given a collectively supportive opportunity to reach his or her greatest potential with small class sizes, a safe and nurturing environment, active parental involvement and a strong curriculum that is enriched with service learning and the Core Knowledge Sequence.

What We Believe

Our success is not measured by state mandated tests alone.

We educate the “whole child”- academically, morally, and socially- while promoting an appreciation for diversity and fostering a mastery of life skills.

Character education is an integral part of the curriculum, woven daily into lessons and reflected in behavior expectations.

Teachers enhance student success by modeling critical and creative thinking skills; by providing a sound, vibrant curriculum; by utilizing innovative teaching strategies and by engaging in on-going assessment of student outcomes.

Dr. Brian Mathis, Executive Director Vance Charter Schools

Vance Charter News

School Events

July 2024

Other Important Stuff To Know

Vance Charter School at the HOBY leadership seminar at NCSU
Vance Charter School at the HOBY leadership seminar at NCSU

Katherine Suther and Noah Bean are representing Vance Charter School at the HOBY leadership seminar at NCSU!

Vance Charter shining BRIGHT on stage!
Vance Charter shining BRIGHT on stage!

We are proud to share the Vance Charter kids who participated in the theatre camp at McGregor. Left to right are Jason Medlin, Gene Medlin, Harper Todd, Lillian Cole, Meyla Thompson, Levi Bean, Sam Cole, Jules Tillotson, and Carsyn Foster. The elementary and middle school kids performed, and Jules was a camp counselor and backstage assistant. Our very own, Mrs. Jo Ellen Nowell continues to lead these wonderful production.

Seussical Jr. is on stage one more time today! Don’t miss this wonderful production! Way to go!


Important Documents

Registration Guide 2024-2025.pdf
The Knightly News Vol. 6, Ed. 10 May 24
School Report Card

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