The mission of Anson County Schools is to ensure that all students acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful and responsible citizens.
The mission of Anson County Schools is to ensure that all students acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful and responsible citizens. Anson County Schools are committed to equity and opportunity for students and staff alike. This strong belief is based on student-centered learning and a passion for mastery learning at all grade levels.
Anson County Schools is a team and a family of like-minded educators with a holistic approach to education. Our dedication to the many facets of a student’s well-being—educational, mental, physical, emotional, social—is what sets us apart from other systems. Anson County is an open, giving and progressive community that looks for opportunities to promote education in a variety of venues. For example, Anson County was one of only two school districts in the state of North Carolina to vote for a sales tax to support education. Community commitment like this enhances our ability to make bold strides toward academic excellence. Anson County supports all its schools’ Professional Learning Communities and advocates for technological advancements to meet students’ needs today and well into the future.
Anson County Schools offers a comprehensive salary and benefits package to our teachers. Anson is proud of the professional development opportunities offered to all teachers.
Anson County Schools has a district Beginning Teacher Coordinator as well as agreements with local universities for beginning teacher support.
Anson County School District is committed to doing whatever it takes to make a positive difference in the lives of our students. Anson High School and Anson Early College offers all students a College Career Pathways program that can earn credits toward college. A Career Pathway is a coherent sequence of rigorous academic and career courses that begins in high school and leads to an associate’s degree, a bachelor’s degree and beyond, and/or an industry-recognized certificate or license. Career Pathways are developed, implemented and maintained by partnerships involving educators, community leaders and employers.
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