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Alumni Spotlight Nomination

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The Alumni Spotlight Initiative aims to showcase the accomplishments of Bertie County School graduates to inspire and motivate our current students. We believe that hailing from Bertie County should never serve as a barrier to achieving success. Through these spotlights, we hope to demonstrate the diverse and impressive achievements of individuals from our community.


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News & Events

The latest news and events related to Bertie County Schools. 

Breaking News

Bertie High School Awards Night is May 23, 2024 at 6 PM. This event  celebrates the achievements of our students. It is an evening of recognition, honor, and celebration, where students are recognized for their academic excellence, extracurricular activities, and contributions to the school community

Congratulations Class of 2024

The 2024 Seniors Class at Bertie Early College and Bertie High School represent an incredible group of students who have achieved remarkable accomplishments during their academic journey. As they prepare to graduate, we would like to extend our warmest congratulations to each and every one of them.

My Future NC

Only 30 out of the 100 North Carolina 9th graders earn a degree or credential within 6 years of graduating high school. A better-educated North Carolina is the key to economic prosperity and upward mobility for all citizens. MyFutureNC aligns and coordinates local, regional, and state actions to dramatically increase the attainment of industry-valued credentials and postsecondary degrees to achieve the state's attainment goal of two million North Carolinians aged 25-44 to hold an industry-valued credential or postsecondary degree by 2030.