• District Mission

    Vision | Each Alamance-Burlington School System student is prepared for their future in an inclusive, supportive learning community.

    Mission | Engage and empower each student to learn and become knowledgeable, responsible community members.

     

    District Information 

    Alamance-Burlington Schools is the 16th largest public school district in the state of North Carolina and serves approximately 22,400 students in grades K-12 in 37 schools with award-winning arts, academic, career and technical education, foreign language and athletic programs.  The district has:

    • 20 elementary schools (K-5)
    • 7 middle schools (grades 6-8)
    • 6 traditional high schools (grades 9-12)
    • Alamance Virtual School (K-12)
    • Alamance-Burlington Early College (on the campus of Alamance Community College)
    • Alamance-Burlington Career and Technical Education Center
    • Ray Street Academy (alternative learning for grades K-12)

    In addition to 22,400 students in grades K-12, fifteen schools in the Alamance-Burlington district host 23 Pre-Kindergarten classrooms funded with federal and state resources that served over 300 children during the 2011-2012 school year.

     

District Information

  • Award-Winning Arts, Academic, Career and Technical Education, Foreign Language, and Athletic Programs
  • 16th Largest District in NC
  • 22,400 Students
  • 20 Elementary Schools (K-5)
  • 7 Middle Schools (6-8)
  • 6 Traditional High Schools (9-12)
  • Alamance Virtual School (grades K-12)
  • Alamance-Burlington Early College @ ACC
  • Career and Technical Education Center
  • Ray Street Academy (alternative learning for grades K-12)
  • Pre-K Classrooms Available