District Highlights

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.

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