The county seat is Windsor, N.C. which houses four of our seven schools. Bertie County Schools has 2,000 students.
Bertie County Schools is located in scenic, rural eastern North Carolina—approximately 1.5 hours west of the Outer Banks and two hours east of Raleigh. We serve close to 2,000 students and offer a friendly and supportive work environment.
Programs include: preschool, four elementary schools, one middle school one traditional high school and one early college high school.
If you enjoy the charm of small town life with easy access to major highways, Bertie is the place for you!
The Beginning Teachers’ Program (BT Program) supports initially-licensed classroom teachers during their first three years as educators. BTs get support from their building administrators as well as from grade-level-specific Curriculum and Instruction experts, who focus on instructional strategies, classroom management and formative assessment.
Our most experienced and effective educators also have opportunities to pursue Advanced Teaching Roles (ATRs)—leadership positions within their buildings. They can also earn micro-credentials for higher pay without leaving the classroom that they love and thrive in. Teachers who earn ATRs can advance in their careers without having to earn a degree toward becoming school administrators!
If you want to make a difference in the life of a child, go to www.bertie.k12.nc.us and click on Employment Opportunities to apply today.
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