8601 McAlpine Park Dr, Charlotte, NC 28211 704-295-0137

FAQ Category: Admissions

Can I tour Charlotte Secondary?

We encourage prospective parents and students to come and see CSS for themselves.

Tours are generally given on Wednesdays  at 8:00am

For tours & open house information, please contact Amanda at amanda.talbot@charlottesecondary.org

Who is eligible to attend CSS?

Students living in the state of North Carolina who are in good standing in their current schools are eligible to enroll in Charlotte Secondary School. It is important to remember, however, that every child’s academic needs are different. And, because every school’s programs and resources vary, parents and students should carefully evaluate a potential school to ensure a good fit between the child’s abilities and the school’s educational philosophy and curriculum. CSS strongly encourages parents to attend an Open House and review all prospective family materials.

Where do I get an application?

Applications are available at the school, or you can download using the link below.

Once completed, applications can be dropped off or faxed to the school at 704-295-0156. All applications must be signed; we cannot accept an unsigned application, regardless of its delivery method. Applications will be date and time stamped when received. The Lottery will occur on March 8, 2019.  Applications received after this date will be placed on a waiting list in the order in which they are received.

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Why Charlotte Secondary?

Charlotte Secondary School knows that children don’t all learn the same way. With individualized instruction, Charlotte Secondary School strives to ensure your child is academically challenged and successful while feeling comfortable in a diverse, safe and bully-free environment. Students actively engage in critical thought and participate in open and respectful discussions. With class sizes at a current 20:1 ratio, your child is guaranteed to receive individual attention and opportunities to academically shine.

CSS is a great alternative for students who struggle in larger schools.

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