The mission of Scotland High School is to foster leadership, creativity, critical thinking and curiosity so our students will be responsible, successful, productive citizens.
Scotland County Schools values input from our parents and guardians. While our district has much to be proud of--highest graduation rate to-date, increased standardized test scores, record amount of scholarships awarded to seniors--we are always looking for ways to continue to improve. But we need your help. We are in the process of gathering feedback about our schools and district from not only parents/guardians, but also from our students and staff. The completely confidential information that you provide will be useful in helping make your student's school even better!
As you answer the questions, focus on your personal experience with the school and district, as well as your perceptions of your child's experience as a student. There are no right or wrong answers--this is not a test. We just want to know how you feel. The survey should take you approximately 10 minutes to complete. Please try to answer all of the questions.
As always, thank you for supporting our schools, staff, and students and thank you in advance for taking the time respond to the survey.
Click here to take the survey.
Scotland High School senior and varsity football team member, Robert McKoy, was awarded WPDE-Channel 15's North Carolina 'Player of the Year'. Congratulations Robert!