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  • FASFA Help?

    f you need help filling out the FAFSA, see the attachment by clicking the title. Free help at Central Carolina Technical College's Kershaw Campus on February 23rd.

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  • Need Help Paying for College?

    Students please click on the headline above to find valuable information on financial aid.

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  • Important Info - Winter Menu Changes

    Beginning February 1, we will introduce peanut butter cups with our fruit bowls district wide. (Beginning, February 1, we will introduce peanut butter cups with our fruit bowls in our fresh express menu.) These peanut butter cups are pre-packaged and sealed. We will continue to take precautions for our students who have peanut allergies. Students who have identified peanut allergies will be offered yogurt or cheese sticks in the place of the peanut butter cup with the fruit bowl meal.

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  • Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Katie Hough!

    Congratulations to our 2016-2017 North Central High School Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Katie Hough!

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  • Coach Brazell Gets 100th Win!

    Big congrats to Coach Brazell on his 100th win on Thursday night! Team also had a strong 3rd place finish today at the Chesnee Invitational. Great job!!

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  • Volleyball Players Named All-State

    Congratulations to senior volleyball players Bree Lee and Logan Coates for being selected to the Class 2-A All-State Volleyball team. They will be recognized this Saturday at Erskine College during the North/South All-Star Volleyball Match. Great Job Lady Knights!

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  • Lady Knights are Region Champs!

    On Thursday, October 20, 2016 the Lady Knights Varsity Volleyball team traveled to Buford High School to take on the Andrew Jackson Volunteers in a Region Championship tie-break match. The Lady Knights walked away with a 3-0 victory and the Region 4-AA Championship title. Way to go Lady Knights!

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  • Cedrick wins WLTX Player of the Week!

    We are so proud of our WLTX Player of the Week, Cedrick Cunningham. Cedrick is a true leader both on and off of the field. Way to go!! Click on the picture to watch the video!

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  • NCHS Band Earns Superior Rating!

    The North Central Silver Knights Marching Band competed in the 27th Annual Loris Band Day on Saturday, November 5th. With 17 bands in attendance, the NC Silver Knights competed in class 3A, capturing 2nd place in Drum Major and 2nd place in Music. The Knights garnished a 3rd place finish overall and earned a superior rating, the highest rating awarded to bands in competition.

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  • 521 Filling Station Player of the Week!

    Last week's winner was Aleigha Ross. Aleigha is a 9th grade flute player with the Silver Knights Marching Band. Her dedication and talent shine at every rehearsal and performance. Congrats Aleigha!

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  • 521 Filling Station Player of the Week!

    Each week 521 Filling Station will select an outstanding student athlete to be recognized as the player of the week. This week's winner is Katie Sutherland. Katie is a rising star in the Theatre classroom. Katie has taken taken the lead in several classroom performances and projects. Congrats Katie!

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  • Live United Shirts on Sale!

    ALL COLORS AVAILABLE - shirts will be at school the middle of next week! ALL PROCEEDS GO TO UNITED WAY - $15 EACH

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  • KCSD has an App!

    Check it out!

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From the Principal

Principal David Branham Dear Knight Family,
Welcome to the North Central High School website, home of the Knights. We are excited about this school year and the possibilities that it brings. At North Central High School it is our vision to empower and challenge all students to reach their full potential. We provide a safe environment for our students and staff. Our goal is to develop well rounded students who are equipped to be successful in all aspects of their lives.

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.

With Knight Pride,
David Branham Jr