"North East Carolina Preparatory School will teach and inspire through a challenging curriculum that integrates technology, experiential learning, and critical thinking skills; promotes diversity; emphasizes involvement of students, parents, and highly trained staff; and creates student leaders, all in preparation for post-secondary success"

WELCOME TO NECP

HOME OF THE HUSKIES!

North East Carolina Preparatory School is a free, public charter school located in Tarboro, North Carolina. NECP serves students in Kindergarten - 12th grade and offers transportation from Nash, Pitt, Wilson, Halifax, and Edgecombe Counties.  

STATE FARM EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH:

ZENIRA ODEN

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Husky Happenings

Monday, May 24

  • EARLY RELEASE

  • UPPER SCHOOL ENGLISH II / CAREER MANAGEMENT / ANIMAL SCIENCE EXAMS (8:00 AM)

Tuesday, May 25

  • EARLY RELEASE

  • UPPER SCHOOL MATH 1 / HORTICULTURE EXAMS (8:00 AM)

  • SENIOR FINAL GRADES AND CHECKLIST DUE

Wednesday, May 26

  • EARLY RELEASE

  • UPPER SCHOOL BIOLOGY EXAMS (8:00 AM)

Thursday, May 27

  • EARLY RELEASE / LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

  • Special Called Meeting of the Board @ 6:30 PM in ES Buidling to discuss Esser III Grant, contracts, and the salary schedule

  • UPPER SCHOOL MAKE-UP EOC EXAMS (8:00 AM)

  • MANDATORY GRADUATION PRACTICE FOR ALL SENIORS AND JUNIOR MARSHALS @ NECP (11:30 - 1:30 PM) - SENIOR LAPTOPS & HOTSPOTS SHOULD BE RETURNED DURING THIS PRACTICE 

Friday, May 28

  • STAFF WORKDAY

  • MANDATORY GRADUATION PRACTICE FOR ALL SENIORS AND JUNIOR MARSHALS @ NECP (8:00 - 11:00 PM)  ALL STUDENTS SHOULD BE IN GRADUATION ATTIRE FOR PICTURES! 

Husky Cafe Menu

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2020/2021 School Calendar

2021/2022 School Calendar

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Why Should My Child Attend NECP?

Reason #1: NECP is one of approximately 100 schools in the country to offer the "Pre-Advanced Placement" curriculum. 

Reason #2: Academic achievement has significantly increased since school opened in 2012. 

Reason #3: The 2020 Senior Class was awarded over $5,000,000 in scholarships, and 100% was accepted into two- or four-year institutions.