The 7th Annual Springdale 5K benefits the health initiatives of the United Way of Kershaw County. This year, KCSD High Schools are competing to help raise money for the United Way. Each school will “Strive for $25,” with the goal of raising $25.00 per student. The school with the highest per capita giving will take home the "Caring Cup!" [ Read more ]
Attention Seniors: If you have not placed your order for your senior items, you can mail your order forms to Jostens, place your order on-line or call the Jostens office. Once your order is placed you will receive invoices by mail and email within 2-3 weeks of ordering your supplies and you can make payments online, by phone, or mail. For details you can see Mrs. Hingle or come by the office. (READ MORE)
North Central High School has a new recycling program. Freshman students in Mrs. Moxley and Mrs. Hough's class are taking the recyclables collected in each classroom about every other week and putting them in bins for the county to come by and pick up. This will save the school money by reducing the amount of garbage in the dumpsters, which costs money every time they are emptied!
Knights are expected to work hard, respect others, promote kindness, and be model citizens in our community. We appreciate the support that we receive from our parents and community to instill these characteristics in our students. Through a team effort North Central High School provides its students an educational experience that can take them anywhere.