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    We would like to congratulate Ms. Annelise Edwards, for being selected to attend NC Governor's Schools.  

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  • On March 15, 2022, our National Beta Club held an induction ceremony adding 22 new members. Congratulations to Nathan Aston. Brindalyn Benton, Ta'Mia Boone, William Bradley, Macylia Branch-Turner, Annelise Edwards, Leonel Giacobbe, Joanna Gonzalez-Olguin, Stephenie Goode, Jayden Harvey, Daylen Hicks, Evan Hoggard, Marcus Jarell, Jarrett Johnson, Alyazia Moody, Carlota Pineda-Reyes, Malik Roberts, Seaniya Rodgers, Jadon Simmions, Hannah Storey, Charles Tyner, and Charlice Tyner. This year our Beta Club has been given the distinction of a School of Merit. We are so proud of students and we truly appreciate our parents'National Beta support.

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  • Northampton County Early College Family,

    We would like to wish Mrs. Beverly Rascoe a Happy Social Worker's Day. She has done so much for the students and families of Northampton County. We appreciate your hard work and dedication.  Social Worker  

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    Congratulations McKayla McNair!!!!!!

    The Roanoke Rapids American Legion Post 38 held their third Annual oratorical contest on Sunday, February 6, 2022. Our very own MaKayla McNair, a Northampton County Early College Student, won first place. The event has been sponsored by The American Legion since 1938. This program is designed to instill in high school students a greater knowledge and appreciation of the Constitution of the United States. Other objectives include the development of leadership, the ability to think and speak clearly, and the preparation for acceptance of the duties, responsibilities, rights, and privileges of American citizenship.

    During the contest, each participant gave an 8-10 minute oration on some phase of the United States Constitution, giving emphasis to the duties and obligations of a citizen to his/her government.  Each contestant also presented a 3-5 minute oration on an assigned topic to test the speaker’s ability to extemporaneously discuss the subject as related to the basic principles of government under the Constitution.

    MaKayla has advanced to the division level, and it will take place on Feb. 12th at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Shaw-May Post 38, 717 American Legion Road, Roanoke Rapids, NC. 

     

     

     

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  • Northampton County Early College is proud to announce our Teacher of the Year! 

    Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Price, a history teacher at Northampton County Early College.

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  • Northampton County Early College received a Certificate from the State of North Carolina for Achieving a 100% Graduation Rate for the 2020-2021 School Year.GR

     

     

     

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