There are three high schools in the Warren County School System – Warren County High School, Warren New Tech High School and Warren Early College High School. Each high school offers high-quality, innovative educational opportunities with different academy concentration areas at each school that are aligned with the North Carolina Standard Course of Study (NCSCOS).
Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, Warren County High School implemented two separate academies. The College Prep Academy, aligned with NCSCOS, focuses on students completing Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) high school courses and college credits before graduating from High School. The Career Academy, aligned with NCSCOS, includes three focus areas, Engineering and Construction Technology; Medical Science, Security and Protective Services; and Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship programs. Students in this academy will complete high school and college courses that lead to industry recognized certifications and/or credentials. All of the high schools seek to serve a diverse population of students.
Warren Early College High School (WECHS) allows high school students to pursue an high school diploma and an Associate’s Degree within five years at no cost to families. Students enrolled at WECHS are housed on the campus of Vance Granville Community College and take college and high school courses simultaneously. All high school courses are aligned with NCSCOS. High school students enrolling at Warren Early College must meet assessment requirements before they can begin any college level coursework. Additionally, students must follow all the regulations and policies of the college, including adhering to any prerequisite requirements.
Warren New Tech High School (WNTHS) opened in 2007 and is a part of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) schools network. Students at WNTHS learn curriculum material through the completion of several projects throughout the year. Projects are completely aligned with NCSCOS. While enrolled at WNTHS students will take online Virtual High School classes, community college courses, and earn a minimum of six college credits.
Please read the information provided on this website to learn more about the educational programs offered at each school. Students are encouraged to discuss the options with their parents, teachers, and guidance counselors to determine which school fits your unique interests, needs and plans for the future. Special Education, 504, and English-as-a Second Language (ESL) services are provided at each school. However, due to the curriculum at Warren New Tech High School and Warren Early College High School, parents and students should discuss individual needs with school personnel prior to enrollment to determine if the services provided at those schools will adequately meet the student’s needs. You and your parents can decide which school is right for you by taking all factors into consideration. If the applying student is not a current Warren County School student, the student’s current school will be contacted to obtain a current report card and teacher input.
For students in EC, ESL, or AIG programs and students with a 504 plan: The student’s case manager will be contacted to provide input. If the District considers denying students with disabilities their preference for school assignment, a group of knowledgeable persons will convene prior to the denial to assess the student’s educational needs in accordance with 34 §C.F.R. 104.35.