Alleghany County Schools will be starting a driver's education class on November 2, 2020. The class will be online/virtual and limited to 15 students. This class will be open to all those eligible, however; priority will be given to the oldest students. Students must be born on or before May 2, 2006, to be eligible. Please contact Alleghany High School at 336-372-4554, to place the student name on a list for consideration, by 3:00 PM on October 15th. You will be contacted by Alleghany High School by October 22 with more information regarding the class. If selected, the cost of the class is $65.00 payable to Alleghany County Schools.
Congratulations to Maggie Murphy, a teacher at Piney Creek School for being named a recipient of the National University System-Sanford Teacher Award for North Carolina. Ms. Murphy now joins winners from all 50 states and the District of Columbia as some of the nation’s top inspiring teachers.
Alleghany County Schools mission is to:
Alleghany County Schools will be a safe, collaborative, inspirational, and trusting learning community. Partnership and positive relationships will enable all learners to be valued and supported to achieve educational, personal, and societal success today and into the future.