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Why not here? Why not Queen’s Grant High School? Why not now? 

Today, you have a CHOICE in your child’s education. Queen’s Grant High School is a charter school that equips college-bound students with the right tools for academic success.


Mission Statement

Working in partnership with parents and community, Queen’s Grant High School will offer a challenging, character-based education, by providing a strong curriculum and an atmosphere of high expectations, students can master basic skills and realize full academic potential in preparation for higher education and life-long learning.

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Our Vision

Queen’s Grant High School seeks to foster a passion for learning and to equip college bound students with the tools for academic success. We will do this through an atmosphere that holds students firmly accountable for their actions in both academics and discipline. Queen’s Grant High School is a place of great opportunity for highly motivated students and actively involved parents.


Tuition Free, Quality Education

Queen’s Grant High School is a public charter school aimed at giving your child the quality of education that you have been searching for. Queens Grant is small enough to ensure that each student is known and valued but large enough to provide a variety of academic, athletic, and extracurricular activities to enrich your child’s learning ability.

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Academics – A Challenging Curriculum

Every day at Queen’s Grant High School, our students are reaping the rewards of an environment that supports intellectual, physical, social and emotional growth.  Our academically challenging, character-based education further enhances the learning experience and prepares students for the next step in their journey.  Whether students choose a 4-year college, the military or a technical school, they will be well prepared.

In addition, growing students into contributing, ethical citizens is integral to our education model. This too is part of the Queen’s Grant Experience. Here, teachers serve as role models for students and seek to encourage the personal growth of each throughout their high school years. A variety of elective courses and extracurricular are offered to enhance the high school experience, enabling students to explore personal interests and develop habits for healthy living.

Information Nights

Admission Nights are held on Tuesday evenings once a month at 7:00 pm on our campus. We invite families who are interested in learning more about Queen’s Grant High School and how to become part of our family to attend. Click on the following link to view the “Admission Night” dates and sign up to attend here.

Daily Schedule

Our school day begins at 7:50 AM and ends at 2:50 PM. We have six consecutive classes. Lunch is combined with 4th period. Each teacher will make their individual tutoring schedule available to their students.

Student Parking

Students are allowed to park at Queen’s Grant High School free of charge. Students can come to the main office and request a parking permit. Student’s who lose their permits are subject to a $10.oo replacement pass. It is a privilege to park a motor vehicle at Queen’s Grant High School and as such, certain expectations are to be followed by each student driver.  Parking policies are outlined in the student handbook.  Students who drive are subject to the provisions of the Student Code of Conduct/handbook.  Failure to adhere to policy set forth in the Student Handbook/Code of Conduct and/or to exhibit reckless driving behavior could result in the loss of parking privileges.

Carpool Assist

Students and parents may connect with each other for the purpose of traveling to and from a specific school . This service is is free to users and is accessible at the link below. CarpoolAssist is an independent service provider and is not affiliated with Queen’s Grant High School.  Click here for CarpoolAssist.com

Drop off/Pickup

All parents and carpools should pick-up and drop-off their students on the designated side walk  loading zone in front of Modular 4.  Students are prohibited from entering vehicles waiting in the car line before their ride has reached the designated loading/drop off area.

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Guidance Program

The Guidance Program at QGHS is intended to promote the growth and well being of students throughout their high school years. Within the program of services, the guidance counselor is delegated with the responsibility of operating a comprehensive Guidance Program that seeks to facilitate the academic progress, the personal and social development, and the college/career decision-making processes for all high school students.

School Profile

Our high school profile is updated yearly so that colleges as well as prospective families can see what sets us apart from other schools. Our contact information, vision, curriculum, graduation requirements, grading scale, are among a few things that you will find cited.


AP Courses

Queen’s Grant High School offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses. AP courses are a great opportunity for students to take a college-level course in high school. Colleges all over the country accept these AP Credits and placement. It is up to each individual college to determine their policy on AP Course Credit. To earn course credit, students must pay for and pass the AP exam for the course they have elected to take. Students that are enrolled in AP courses will receive 2 additional quality points in their weighted GPA calculation.

Honors Courses

Queen’s Grant High School offers honor classes. Honor classes work at a faster pace and require students to go more in depth with a higher rigor than regular or standard level classes. Students enrolled in Honors courses will receive one additional quality point in the weighted GPA calculation.

Standard Common Core Curriculum

Queen’s Grant High School must offer the Standard Common Core Curriculum. We are a public high school and our curriculum is set by the Department of Public Instruction; however, we do extend our curriculum to that beyond the standard of North Carolina to meet the worldly needs of our student body.

Virtual Learning (NCVPS)

Queen’s Grant High School offers the opportunity for our students to partake in tradition and non-traditional courses in a broad range of subjects through the North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS). This includes a multitude of foreign languages, STEM courses and even Advanced Placement (AP) Courses. 


More Ways to Get Involved

  • Student Council
  • National Honor Society
  • Spanish Honor Society
  • Student Senate
  • Green
  • Art
  • Photography
  • Archery
  • YCI
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • The Writing Club
  • Drama Club
  • And more!