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Parents and Community

Our School & Community Cape Fear High School is located in the Northeast region of Cumberland County. The school is situated approximately 20 miles from Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base. The community is largely a farming and residential community that takes great pride in the many accomplishments of students at Cape Fear High School. The school, one of 17 high schools in Cumberland County, is a Division 4A school comprised of grades 9-12. Mac Williams Middle School and 8 elementary schools serve as feeder schools. Our campus is readily accessible via Hwy 24 and encompasses 3 large parking lots. Please review the parking and “drop-off” rules before visiting our campus for the first time. To learn more about Cape Fear High School, please visit our School Profile page.


The following links will help you find information on a variety of aspects of student life:

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Student Handbook

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Student Services

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Attendance Policy

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Senior Space

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PowerSchool

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Student Resources

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Forms

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Volunteer Services

 


 

Image of Mentoring Icon with paint hand printsWould you like to mentor students in your community? The role of the mentor varies from school to school. A mentor is a positive role model, provides guidance, and encouragement to be successful in school. In some instances, mentors may offer academic assistance as needed. All mentoring opportunities occur during the school day and on the school campus. For more information about this program, head over to the Volunteer Services page.


 

Citizenship, community Outreach, developing future Leaders, celebrating Tradition and cultivating Success!

#ColtPrideNeverStops

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Published by Catherine O'Horo on February 15, 2017

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