Growing Greatness

  • Our Mission

    It is the mission of Scotland County Schools to develop responsible, productive citizens by providing an excellent education for the children through engaging instruction.  Partnering with families and the community, we will ensure every child's academic, social, emotional, and physical needs are met in a safe, nurturing environment. 

Latest News & Announcements

  • Class of 2020 - Graduation Update


    Graduation Update


    On Wednesday, the Graduation Planning Committee reconvened with the addition of student and parent representation from SEarCH, Shaw Academy, and Scotland High School and discussed graduation ceremony options for the Class of 2020. The committee’s unanimous decision was to hold drive-thru graduation ceremonies now and if restrictions are lifted or lessened, to hold a more traditional graduation later. 


    During a special called Board of Education Meeting on May 21, district administration shared with the Board the committee's recommendation for graduation celebrations.  The Board voted and approved the committee’s recommendation to hold the drive-thru graduation ceremonies on the following dates:

    SEarCH – June 2 with a rain date of June 3

    Shaw Academy – June 4 with a rain date of June 5

    Scotland High School – June 8 – June 11 with a rain date of June 12


    Principals will be posting and sharing with seniors tomorrow (Friday, May 22) a more specific schedule and individual graduation times for students.


    In addition, the Board approved the date of July 18 as a date for a more traditional graduation ceremony should CDC and restrictions from the Governor’s Office allow. 



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  • Kindergarten Registration is now OPEN!


    kindergarten registration


    You can also print the registration packet forms here:

    Click here for the Health Assessment Form

    Click here for the Statement of Residency Form

    Click here for the Student Enrollment Form


    Kindergarten School Supply List:

    One subject spiral notebook

    Glue sticks


    Optional: Coffee Filters, Small white paper plates, Tissue, Hand Sanitizer, Storage Bags, Baby Wipes/Disinfectant Wipes

    Click here for examples of approved types of bookbags


    If you still have questions or need some additional information, click here to watch a short video from some of our district's kindergarten experts!



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  • Pre-K Registration Update


    Pre-K Registration Update

    Scotland County Schools is still accepting applications for the NC Pre-K program for the 2020-2021 school year.

     The following information still applies:


    *Be four years old by August 31st, 2020

    *Meet program requirements

     What to bring?

    Parents should bring a copy of the child’s:

    *Certified birth certificate

    *Social security card

    *Current immunization record

    *Current health assessment

    *Current dental screening

    *Proof of residence 

    *Proof of income


    Extended through June 12th


    The elementary school in your attendance areas:

    I.E. Johnson, Laurel Hill, South Scotland, Sycamore Lane and Wagram 

    Application packets are still available for pick up and return at the elementary school in your attendance zone




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  • NC Pre-K Site Selection Application Request 2020-2022


    Program overview:

    Scotland County’s NC Pre-K Program is now accepting site applications from new professional agencies and child care centers interested in implementing the NC Pre-K Program for the 2020-2022 programs’ cycle year. The NC Pre-Kindergarten Program (NC Pre-K) is designed to provide high-quality educa- tional experiences to enhance school readiness for eligible four- year-old children. All NC Pre-K programs must meet the NC Child Care Rules, including specific rules for administrators and teachers, the NC Pre-K Program requirements and other state-level policies. The NC Pre-K Program can be adminis- tered at the county or regional level by Local Education Agen- cies, Smart Start Agencies, or Community Action Agencies and must be operated in a 4 or 5-star-rated classroom(s) in public schools, child care centers and Head Start programs. 

    Please note the following public information: 

    • Application availability: May 12, 2020 at the A. B. Gibson Education Building. 
    • Public Meeting/Informational Session will be held at the A. B. Gibson Education Building on May 21, 2020 @ 2:00. 
    • Application deadline: on or before June 12, 2020 by 5:00. 
    • Two (2) original copies of the application must be hand de- livered to the A. B. Gibson Education Building, 322 S. Main St., Laurinburg, NC 28352, Attention: Barbara Adams. Late applications will NOT be accepted. 



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  • Scotland High School Registration




    It's time to register for classes for the 2020-21 School Year!  This information can also be found in Canvas, but below are links to the Course Selection Guide and Registration Form.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your counselor.


    For rising 9th graders (current 8th graders):

    Click here to view the 2020-21 Course Selection Guide

    Click here for the rising 9th grade registration form


    For rising 10th - 12th graders (current 9th - 11th graders):

    Click here to view the 2020-21 Course Selection Guide

    Click here for the rising 10th - 12th grade registration form


    Remember, if you have any questions or need any help, please contact your counselor (based on the first letter of your last name):

    A-D:  Mrs. Brooke Dawkins
    E-K:  Mrs. Liz Stubbs
    L-O:  Ms. Abbie Gillis
    P-Z:  Ms. Kendra Pegues



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