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  • Return to School Q&A

    Click Here for more information from Orange County Schools Central Office about the return to school plan for 2020-21.

    Virtual Academy

    Click Here for more information from Orange County Schools Central Office about the OCS Virtual Academy.

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  • Driver Education

    Drivers Ed is an integral part of the Graduated Licensing Process and required in North Carolina for a student to obtain a learner’s permit or driver’s license before the age of 18.  Orange County Schools currently charges students a fee of $50 to offset the cost of providing the program.  In order for a student to obtain a driver’s permit, they must complete 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of behind the wheel (BTW) instruction.

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  • Attention Parents of Rising 12th Graders

    North Carolina Immunization law requires all children in the state to receive certain immunizations. A booster dose of the Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccination is now required for individuals entering the 12th grade or by 17 years of age, whichever comes first.

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  • Atención Padres De Los Estudiantes Que Van A Entrar Al 12vo Grado

    La ley de inmunización de Carolina del Norte requiere que todos los niños en el estado reciban ciertas vacunas. La siguiente vacuna es ahora necesaria para Dosis de Refuerzo Meningocócico para la entrada de 12o grado. Se requiere una dosis de refuerzo para las personas que ingresan al 12vo grado o a los 17 años de edad, lo que ocurra primero.

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  • Keeping Orange High School Safe - Say Something

    Click Here to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns.

    Here at Orange County Schools (OCS), our priority has always been the safety and well-being of our students and staff. We believe that being proactive—especially when it comes to safety and well-being—is one of the most important things we can do.

    Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by Sandy Hook Promise, a national nonprofit. It empowers students and staff to submit anonymous safety concern tips through an app, website or phone call. To put it simply, this program is meant to enhance the student protections already in place.

    We’ve included information about what the app is, how students can use it and why we’re adopting it in our schools below. Sherita Cobb, our director of student support services, is happy to answer additional questions. You can reach her at 919-245-4109 or at

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