Two Rivers Community School teaches the Core Curriculum using Expeditionary Learning as its framework. With the community as a vital resource, we instill a love of lifelong learning, compassion, environmental responsibility, and service.
An Honor School of Excellence - Again!
Two Rivers Community School earned “Honor School of Excellence” status for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years, one of only two schools in the county to achieve the highest ranking. The ranking is based on composite performance scores on the state End of Grade tests.
- Students Skype with Larry’s Beans
If you walk into Mark Maya’s Humanities class at Two Rivers Community School, you’ll hear a “buzz” about a local coffee company. This past week students skyped with a Raleigh based professional to wrap up their Spring expedition on sustainability. Larry’s Beans Coffee Marketing Director Kyley Schmidt answered questions on the sustainability of [...]
- What’s in Your Water?
Two Rivers Community School eighth graders tested water quality of the New River’s South Fork on April 30th and May 1st under the guidance of representatives from the National Council for the New River (NCNR). “I think it’s really important for students to learn how important water really is,” said Carol Coulter, Director of Operations [...]
- 6th Graders in the Garden
Spring is finally here, and the Two Rivers Community School middle grades are hard at work in the school garden! Typical garden days have included clearing weeds, planting seeds, watering, solo-sits, and recording sketches and observations into personal garden journals. Sixth graders in science teacher Elissa Brown’s class have also started seeds in the classroom [...]
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Two Rivers Community School and other charter schools receive funds from the state for each student that attends; however unlike public schools, they receive no financial support for buildings or grounds and are excluded from receiving the much needed funds from the NC Education Lottery. This school depends upon the generosity of parents, grandparents, corporations, foundations and community members to help compensate for this gap in funding.