High School Student Resources
High School Course Selection Guide
The High School Course Selection Guide gives listed descriptions of the courses offered in the Cumberland County Schools. Course selection should be a carefully planned process following the steps outlined in the “How to Use This Guide” section of the guide. Consideration should be taken that not every course is presently being taught at each high school, therefore, students should consult the course listings provided at their particular school.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
The SAT now is a three-part assessment, consisting of mathematics, critical reading, and writing.
Scholarship/Financial Aid Information
Scholarships are generally classified according to academic merit, talent, or financial need.
Cumberland County Schools Student Services Scholarship Fund
The winner of the CCS' Student Services Scholarship will receive $640 to help pay for tuition, books or any school fees. The application must be completed and submitted to the Executive Director of Student Services, located at Cumberland County Schools Central Services, 2465 Gillespie Street in Fayetteville. Applications will be accepted via email and the Student Services personnel signature requirement has been waived. The deadline for this scholarship has been extended to close of business on April 10, 2020.
The Cumberland County Schools offer Driver Education after school hours with two sessions during the Fall and Spring semesters and two summer sessions are offered annually.
Student Records Center
The Cumberland County School's Student Records Center is responsible for the permanent archiving of student cumulative records of former CCS students. Cumulative records are maintained for students who attended CC from the late 1880s to the present day. Records for each CCS school the student attended may include a listing of classes completed, grades, test scores, immunization records, and graduation status.
Live United Volunteer Program
The Cumberland County Schools has partnered with the United Way of Cumberland County to create a countywide volunteer program that will enable all students to serve their community and give them exposure to community programs and resources. The goal of this project is to increase student opportunities for community service in order to provide invaluable experience and meet college application requirements. Students earning a specific number of hours will earn a service cord at graduation.