About Carolina Charter Academy
Carolina Charter Academy (CCA) began with a desire for expanding school choice in Wake, Johnston, and Harnett counties. This region is a fast-growing area, but there are very few options available to parents. The founders visited several charter schools throughout the state. After gleaning ideas from their visits and conducting extensive research, the founders wrote an application and submitted it to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The application was approved in 2017 and the school opened it's doors in 2019. CCA will provide southern Wake, Johnston and Harnett county residents with a school that embraces a sense of community while offering a challenging curriculum and preparing students to be informed and involved citizens.
Opened Fall, 2019
Location: Route 55, next to Sunni Sky’s Ice Cream
Grades: Kindergarten through grade 7 (adding grade 8 in 2021)
Curriculum: Core Knowledge and Singapore Math
Why Carolina Charter Academy?
Character education will be incorporated throughout the week
We encourage parental and community involvement
We are a school led by experienced educators
Each student in grades 1 – 6 will have access to a computing device
We will use rigorous, research-based curricula
What are charter schools?
Tuition-free public schools of choice
Approved by the N.C. State Board of Education
Enrollment is open to families from any county in North Carolina
Financially and academically accountable to the state
What makes a charter school unique?
Each charter school is different because it is not governed by a school district. Instead, an independent, non-profit board oversees school finance, policy, and operations. Even schools using the same curriculum can be quite different from one another.
8529 Highway 55 S, Angier NC 27501
Phone: 984 – 300 – 3015
Fax: 984 – 300 – 1003