Principal's Corner

Dear Parents and Students,

Welcome to North Whiteville Academy!

The North Whiteville Academy staff is dedicated to educating the "whole child". We understand that in order to make students successful in the classroom, we must first recognize and meet their emotional, social, and physical needs through a caring and supportive environment. We encourage students to take ownership of their learning and challenge themselves to reach their maximum potential. Support services are put into place to assist students obtain a high school diploma and transition into the community college setting or workforce.

We believe it takes the entire community: students, parents, faculty and outside agencies working together to produce life-long learners and successful problem solvers in the 21st century. Therefore, we encourage our parents to play a positive role in the educational process. When positive partnerships are formed between the home and school, our students can be successful. Coming together helps us live out the African proverb that states ”If you want to go fast, go alone; but if you want to go far, go together.”

Please feel free to stop by, email, or call me with your comments or concerns. I welcome the opportunity to work with you.

Sincerely,

Angela M. Hill

Angela M. Hill, Principal

Mission Statement

Everyone committed to the success of all students.

Vision Statement

To create a safe, orderly, and nurturing culture of learning in which improved student performance is expected and supported by all personnel and other responsible parties, demonstrated by all students, and celebrated by all stakeholders.

School Beliefs

    • All students can learn and become lifelong learners.

    • All students are entitled to a safe and caring environment in which learning is encouraged and expected.

    • All stakeholders must be committed to developing and upholding high expectations.

    • The success of each student depends on the support of parents, caregivers, and members of our community.

    • All curricular areas are equal and treated with dignity, respect, and importance.