Welcome to Albemarle School
Located in Northeastern North Carolinas center for economic, cultural, and educational development, Albemarle School is clearly enjoying a renewed interest in its programs for children of the Albemarle Area. Serving preschool through twelfth grade, the school welcomes students from the counties of Pasquotank, Currituck, Camden, Perquimans, Gates, and Chowan, who represent a variety of multi-cultural backgrounds. For over thirty years, the private school has educated young men and women who have become leaders in their communities and have graduated from a variety of post-secondary settings including Duke University, constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina system, Campbell University, Davidson College, Elon College, Randolph-Macon College, and many others. With new, dedicated leadership, the school is rapidly expanding its program from within and has also sought cooperative agreements with other educational institutions and businesses to broaden its academic horizons.
Mutual respect and parental involvement in every aspect of the school community continue to be the cornerstone of strength on which the success of Albemarle students is founded. With that sort of support and cooperation the Board of Directors, administrators, and the faculty look with enthusiasm toward a new degree of commitment with a mission that boldly declares "to inspire excellence and character in a nurturing environment."
Education Is A Partnership
Albemarle School encourages close personal contact among students, faculty, and parents. The result is a supportive, family-like atmosphere that gives students the confidence to tackle challenge and to develop new skills.
Highly trained, dedicated, caring, and creative accurately describes the Albemarle School faculty. Teachers enjoy teaching in an atmosphere where their work is valued and they have support from parents, administrators, and board members. Small classes and eager students create an atmosphere where a high degree of excellence for adults and students is possible. Albemarle School recruits its faculty in order to hire the best teachers, many of whom hold advanced degrees and are state certified in several areas including being recognized as mentor teachers.
Parents who send their children to Albemarle School have made education a priority and are committed to the success of their children and the school. Their satisfaction with Albemarle is reflected in the high level of re-enrollment. They ably serve the school as members of the Board of Trustees, Parent Teacher Organization members, Athletic Booster members, coaches, classroom volunteers, and extra-curricular advisors. Whether helping out with house and grounds work, driving for field trips, managing the fund raising activities, or serving on a calling committee, parents are important partners in the education of their children.