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Caldwell County Schools offers numerous opportunities for high school students today. Caldwell County Schools is home to a total of six high schools-
3 comprehensive high schools, 2 cooperative innovative high schools on the campus of CCC&TI, and 1 alternative high school.

Students can earn college credit while in high school through Advanced Placement or Career and College Promise courses, even with the potential to earn a high school diploma and an associate's degree. Career and technical education courses prepare students for future vocations such as masonry, medical sciences, and business-related fields. Students can also participate in internships to further their knowledge in a particular field. Through the North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS) and the North Carolina School of Science and Math (NCSSM), students can take a number of online high school courses traditionally not available in our district.

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Hibriten High SchoolHome of the Panthers Grades 9-12


South Caldwell High School Home of the Spartans Grades 9-12


West Caldwell High SchoolHome of the WarriorsGrades 9-12


Caldwell Applied Sciences AcademyHome of the KnightsGrades 9-12


Caldwell Early College High School Home of the Mustangs Grades 9-13*


Gateway SchoolHome of the TornadoesGrades 6-12

Announcements and Updates

District Announcements and Updates

2022-2023 High School Registration is HERE!

It is that time of year for our current high school students to begin registration for the 2022-2023 school year and rising freshmen to learn more about their high school and register for their ninth grade year! High School counselors and middle school counselors are working together to share information with students and parents of rising freshmen.

Please review the 2022-2023 Caldwell County Schools High School Curriculum Guide-presentation version to learn more about high school registration and available courses. Printable Curriculum Guide version or courses only

Interested in FREE training for Advanced Manufacturing Careers?

  • Check out the IMPACT program at CCC&TI to learn how to get free training and an opportunity for full scholarships for tuition, books and supplies for students who qualify.

  • Apprenticeship Caldwell connects school based learning with the workplace to integrates core and technical instruction. If students plan to continue the apprenticeship training, they can earn credit that can carry over in their field of interest.

NEW Tuition Grants for 2021 High School Graduates

Governor Cooper, in partnership with the NC Community College System and the State Education Assistance Authority, has announced the creation of the Longleaf Commitment Grant program. This grant program will allow eligible 2021 high school graduates the opportunity to apply for a grant that covers tuition and fees at any of North Carolina's 58 community colleges for up to two years. Click on the link to learn if you are eligible!

Curriculum & Instruction

NC Graduation Requirements

Early Graduates (coming soon!)

Schedule/Course Registration

Special Graduation Honors
(coming soon!)

2022-2023 Curriculum Guide

Parent Guide

Grading/GPA (coming soon!)

Credit by Demonstrated Mastery

Career and College Ready Graduate (coming soon!)


Advanced Placement

Career and College Promise

Career and Technical Education

(coming soon!)

Advanced Learning & Gifted Education

English as a Second Language

Exceptional Children/504

Highway Rooms (coming soon!)

High School Athletics

Work Based Learning/ Internships
(coming soon!)

Useful Links