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Northwest Cabarrus High School will hold a virtual open house on Wednesday August 12 from 6:30-8:00. Check back here for more details!
Gov. Roy Cooper announced on July 14, 2020, that N.C. public schools would return to school for the 2020-2021 academic year utilizing a mixture of in-person and remote learning, allowing school districts flexibility to utilize remote learning as an option. If you would like for your child to remain at their home school and be enrolled in 100% remote learning, complete this Parent Remote Learning Intent Form. Otherwise, your child will attend school once a week in a blended remote learning environment.
Beginning May 1, 2020 parents of all rising 6th and 9th graders will be required to update enrollment status for your new middle and high school students. Cabarrus County Schools is using the Scribbles on-line enrollment system to allow parents the ability to complete this process from their laptop, cell phone or desktop computer.
There is no need to come to any of our buildings to update enrollment. Parents will be required to create an account in Scribbles and provide two approved sources of address verification information. Parents should be sure to have your rising 6th or 9th grader’s PowerSchool number on hand when starting this process.
Click here for information on how to proceed. Contact our Registrar, Ms. Brenda Elwood with questions.
Any students looking to keep their math skills sharp over the summer can participate in a free Canvas course designed to allow students to review content convered in the Spring of 2020 that will be necessary for their next math course. Student work in this course will not be graded or required for future math courses, but is here to help prepare students for their next math.
At Northwest Cabarrus High School we will value, teach, and empower each student in a culture of educational excellence.