We strive for excellence in education at Mountain Island Elementary which we believe can be more easily achieved through the cooperative efforts of students, parents, and school staff.  Parental involvement is important to us.  We welcome your suggestions and support as we continue to build a school community.  We are a team, and "together everyone can achieve more".
 

Hopewell High School is located in the fast growing area of northern Mecklenburg County, serving the areas of Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson. The school was founded in 2001 and has a state-of-the-art building housing the latest computer technology. The school is a comprehensive high school, which offers a full range of Advanced Placement and college preparatory courses along with high tech computer education courses.
   

Greetings from Coulwood Middle School! I invite you to visit Coulwood to see the true middle school concept. We offer a warm climate, coupled with high expectations to increase each child's skills, both socially, and academically. Every member of the staff at Coulwood is dedicated, courteous, and extremely competent. We welcome all children at Coulwood because our major goal is to meet the individual needs of every student. Our individualized instruction stresses character education, which builds desires for life-long learning. The administrative team also promises to take every step possible to ensure a safe and orderly school. Please join us in achieving our mission to provide a quality educational program for every child who enters our doors.
   

 

Paw Creek Elementary School has great students, teachers, and families, as well as Great Expectations.  In the Paw Creek Community, children are our first priority.  We believe that each child is a unique individual with potential for learning.  We strive to meet each child’s individual needs by using creative and proven education strategies.  We won’t be satisfied until all students have achieved a level of mastery.  We provide a safe and inviting educational environment, in which we model high expectations.

 

 

Mission Statement:  "The mission of Long Creek Elementary is to inspire and support life long learning for the Long Creek Community.

Vision: "Academic excellence for all students."

 

 
Torrence Creek Elementary School opened its doors in August 2005. The first year the school had 960 students Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Mr. Kevin Paige, Sr. , principal, reported to the students the results of the first year EOG's . The Reading scores indicated a 97% success rate.
 

 

Today, over 500 students attend Kindergarten through Fifth grades at Oakdale. The school has a rich history that began in 1904 with a one-room schoolhouse. In 1908 the school grew to three rooms. Nineteen years later a Parent Teacher Association was organized.

 

 
The Bradley Middle School mission is to provide an environment that fosters accountability and responsibility for success by every member of the school. Learning is paramount and sets the focus for all school activities. We strive for academic excellence for all students.
 

 
The mission of Gaston Christian School is to help students mature spiritually and excel academically by offering a Biblically-integrated, college preparatory program that will enable them to impact the kingdom of God by living productive Christian lives.
 

 
The curriculum is designed by the Diocese of Charlotte and is in compliance with the North Carolina State Department of Public Education. It includes a sequential program in religion, language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, music, art, computer, physical education and health, and foreign language. The School has a library/media center program which offers quality reading selections. St. Gabriel has a school guidance-counseling program that provides students opportunities, through classroom instruction, to realize the importance of self-esteem, decision-making, positive peer influence, and anti-substance abuse information.
 

   
Lake Norman Charter School (LNCS) is a public school serving students in grades 5 - 8.  LNCS receives funding from the state of North Carolina and supporting counties for instruction of its students.  Charter schools do not receive funding for building construction, purchase, lease or renovations.  There is no tuition to attend LNCS.