Southern Alamance High School
Southern Alamance High School  
631 Southern High School Road
Graham, NC 27253-9425
Telephone: 336-570-6400     Fax: 336-570-6404
 
Principal:Teresa Faucette
Assistant Principal:Jamie Defelice 
Assistant Principal:Pamela Henline
Assistant Principal: Paul Kuczkowski
Assistant Principal: Kristy Mills

What We Offer:

In addition to the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, we offer Curriculum Assistance, Leadership, Agriscience, Horticulture, Health Occupations, E-Commerce, PALS, Percussion Ensemble, Yearbook Publication, AP Courses, and Honors Courses.


Technology:
Computers are used primarily to strengthen reading, writing and math skills, research, and to reinforce and enhance portions of the curriculum. 8 computers in the media center are dedicated to reference and research.
Supervised Internet access is available.

Number of Computer Labs: 4 (3 are Business Department Specific, and 1 is for teacher/class use)
Computers Per Class: 1
Media Center Computers: 8


Principal's Quote:
Teresa Faucette
“At Southern Alamance, we are proud of our students for their many achievements. We also have an excellent staff who genuinely care about the young people they teach. Our community is supportive of the school in many ways, which we appreciate.”

- Teresa Faucette, Principal

 
 
Fast Facts:
Number of Teachers: 86                     
   Teacher Education Level
   Bachelors Degree: 65
   Masters Degree: 18
   Advanced Degree: 1
   Doctoral Degree: 2
   National Board Certified: 8

Teacher Assistants: 6

Students Enrolled: 1,392
Average Class Size: 25
Free/Reduced Lunch: 20%
Academically Gifted: 14%
Exceptional Children: 15%

Limited English Proficiency: 28
Fluent Proficiency: 46
Total ESL: 74

School Colors: Red, White and Blue
School Mascot: Patriot
School Motto: “United for Learning”
School Slogan: “Patriot Pride: Committed to Success”


Character Education:
• Career Advisory Program (CAP)
• PALS
• Relay for Life
• Dream Team

Extracurricular Activities:
• Over 50 clubs and activities for students
• Student-initiated clubs
• Academic, special interest, service, curricular, and co-curricular clubs


Sports:
• Baseball
• Softball
• Boy’s Basketball
• Girl’s Basketball
• Cross Country
• Football
• Golf
• Outdoor Track
• Soccer
• Tennis
• Volleyball
• Wrestling
• Cheerleading


Special Honors:
• 2007 NCDPI School of Progress (High Growth)
• 2006 NCDPI School of Progress
• 2005 NCDPI School of Progress
• 2005 3-A State Baseball Champions
• 2004 NCDPI School of Progress
• 2004 3-A State Softball Champions
• 2003 ABSS District Teacher of the Year
• 2003 NCASCD Lighthouse School Award
• 2002 Lightspan Study Web Academic Excellence Award
• 2001 Signature School of the Piedmont Triad
• 2001 NCHSAA State Student Services Award

 
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