Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools is one of two public schools systems in Orange County. The system is run by the CHCCS Board of Education, which is comprised of seven elected officials who hold four-year terms. Under the board is the superintendent. The current superintendent is Tom Forcella.

The district includes 11 elementary schools, four middle schools, four high schools, a middle college with Durham Technical Community College and a school for children at UNC Hospitals. These schools serve more than 12,000 students across Orange County.

Learn more about the district's Board of Education here

Browse board meeting agendas and videos here

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North Carolina leads country in board certified teachers

Ten teachers in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools system received National Board Certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. North Carolina has 20,677 National Board Certified teachers — the highest number of teachers in a state with board certification in the country.

Chapel Hill election results

Pam Hemminger won the mayoral race with 53.8 percent of the vote. Jessica Anderson, Nancy Oates, Donna Bell and Michael Parker won positions on the Chapel Hill Town Council, replacing incumbents Jim Ward and Lee Storrow. 

CHCCS send petition for renovations to Lincoln Center Campus

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education proposed a plan to fit 300 students into a school that closed operations 49 years ago.   The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board (CHCCS) sent a petition to the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday, requesting an expedited review of their plan for the Lincoln Center Campus. Lincoln High School, now known as the Lincoln Center Campus, served as the black high school for the Chapel Hill and Carrboro communities in the 1950s.