Parent or Guardian,
In an effort to ensure that the unique needs of military-connected students are met, Session Law 2014-15 requires the North Carolina State Board of Education/North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, to collect information on military-connected students. The goal is to help accommodate these students by providing them with support and consistency when their parents are deployed, when they are transitioning between schools, and at other pivotal times during their academic career.
This mandatory collection started in the 2015-16 school year. The Session Law 2014-15 that describes this requirement can be accessed at:
Our mission at Alleghany High School is for our students to think critically, innovatively solve problems, become responsible citizens, and confident leaders with a passion for learning.
At Alleghany High School, we are proud of the programs and achievements that our school community has undertaken. At the very heart of our success is a talented and hard-working faculty that provides outstanding learning opportunities on a daily basis. Our goal is to provide a rigorous curriculum that helps our students achieve their maximum potential as they finish their high school career and transition to adulthood.