​​​​Important Dates:



May 3 -

CCS Board Meeting - 7PM

(Open to the Public)

May 12 -

Family night/Open House - 6:00 pm (come rain or shine!)

May 16 - 23 -

Book Fair (BOGO)

May 17 -

CCS Board Meeting - 7 PM

(Special Session - Closed)

May 20 -

Middle School Dance 7:00 - 9:30 pm

May 27 -

- Early Release

- Kindergarten Orientation - 1:00 pm

June 2 -

End of year performance 6pm

June 13 - 
 6 - 8 Field Day

June 14 -

- K - 3  Field Day

- 4 - 5th graders to Frankie's

- 8th Grade Graduation

June 15 -

Kindergarten Graduation -

10:00 AM

Last day of school - Early Release @ 11:45 am



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  Inspiring active learners ​

                and responsible citizens

Crosscreek Charter School

306 Sandalwood Avenue, Louisburg NC 27549

​Phone: 919-497-3198   Fax: 919-497-0232

Last day of 2015-2016 school year is Wednesday, June 15th - Release at 11:45 am.  No lunch will be served.

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K-8 North Carolina Public School of Choice

Mission

Crosscreek Charter School inspires academic excellence by empowering each student to reach his/her fullest potential as a lifelong learner.  In order to best respond to each child's unique learning style, the school offers an educational experience based on well-researched innovative methods.  Educators, students and parents work together to create a nurturing, child-based learning environment to develop the whole child as a responsible, compassionate member of both the school and its surrounding community.


Philosophy

Crosscreek is a community based school dedicated to providing the best educational experience to all children of Franklin County and surrounding areas.  Low student-teacher ratios, small overall school size and active family participation allow faculty, parents and students to create a feeling of community for children of different races, religions, socio-economic backgrounds and academic abilities.  The school community is also supported and enhanced by our larger Franklin County community.


About Our School

Our school opened in August of 2001.  The vision of this school's child-centered and family-oriented learning community began with a group of parents in Franklin County who dreamed of a school for their children where "every child could be empowered to reach their potential as a lifelong learner."  Today our facility, staff, and parents continue to provide academic and social activities that allow children to find and practice their individuality.  Like any school, we constantly seek ways to grow and continue to learn with our students how best to create a school that is innovative and enriching in its practice.  Through this site, we want to share our ideas, our hopes and our vision with you.