Inspiring Excellence and Character in a Nurturing Environment!

 Summer Improvement Projects at Albemarle School

1 Wi-Fi and Network UpgradeTo resolve internet connectivity issues, new switches and wiring were installed to allow school-wide internet connectivity.


2  New Intercom SystemTeachers have call buttons installed in the classrooms for immediate office assistance; and individual classrooms can be called using the new intercom system.


3 New Chromebooks – Middle school students will now have access to Chromebooks in their classrooms.


4 FACTS SIS – The student management system we were using is no longer operational, so we have purchased a newer, better Student Information System!


5 Ground Work – New drain lines have been installed, and work on the baseball and softball fields has been initiated.


6 Cameras – Additional cameras have been installed for additional security/surveillance of the school buildings and grounds.


7 Adidas Uniform Contract – Albemarle School entered into a contract with Adidas for uniform and equipment purchases.


8 Educational equipment – Updated educational materials and equipment will be available to teachers and students this school year.


Open House – Wednesday, August 7th at 6:00

We look forward to meeting you and your family at Open House on Wednesday, August 7th at 6:00. Very important information will be provided, and both parents and students will have the opportunity to discover various things our school has to offer. Staff members will be assigned to different stations to provide specific information. Light refreshments will be served in the cafeteria.


K-5 Students should enter through the front door of the main building. Staff will be available in the hall adjacent to the front office to assist you. All teachers will be available in their respective classrooms.

Junior High & High School 

6-12 Students can meet with their teachers in their homeroom classrooms. Information stations will be available in the courtyard (weather permitting) or in the gym (in case of inclement weather). Students will receive their schedules which will include their locker assignment and school email address. Students will also be able to sign up for various sports teams.

We look forward to seeing you!



Back to School!

We are looking forward to seeing the students when they return
in just a few weeks. School supply lists are located on our
website listed under the Student Services menu.

A master shopping list is available for all grades; however, this
list does not include specific requests from each teacher. For
individual classroom supply lists, select the appropriate grade
level from the menu. 

Reminder: Open House is scheduled for Wednesday, August 7th
at 6:00 p.m. Please call the school office at 252 338-0883 if you have

We look forward to seeing you soon!

School Supplies 2019-2020





Our Varsity Baseball team are the State Runner-Ups for the NCISAA 1A Tournament. Kerr-Vance Academy defeated our team in the final championship game. We are so proud of our boys for their accomplishments this season. Check out this article for more information.


If you didn’t attend the annual alumni game tonight you missed a great time. This has become a fun tradition that both the alumni and the current students look forward too. Here is a brief recap of each of the games, so you will know what you missed.  
Our JV girls played against our parents and staff. They were a little short-handed with only 5 players. JV had the lead 10-6 after the first quarter. The Colts poured in 12 more to make it 22-8 at the half. The JV girls were still going full steam to make it 31-11. The younger girls decided to go easy cause the veterans poured in 16 during the 4th for a final score of 39-27. 
High scorer for the parents/staff team was Taylor Lane with 16 and Caroline Blowe led all scorers with 13 points for the JV. 
Thank you to Shelly Bateman for her 2 points, Christie Anne Gibbs for pitching in 5, Amy Swayne Parker for her 2 points and Jennifer Ashton Jackson for her 2. 
When the JV boys took the court they had been talking big with their dads and coach how badly the parents were going to lose. The JV had 3 and the parents 11 after the first quarter. The dads had fun but it was 9-19 at the halftime. The dads showed off their moves and how they played back in the day. The final was 15-44 in favor of the parents but everyone came out as a winner with all the fun had by all.
Cole Langley put up 6 to lead the JV team.  Jon Wood led all players with 17 points. Want to congratulate the parents on their win and for making it a fun game to watch with some razzle-dazzle passing. Thank you to the parents also playing Eric James, Brian Higgins, Zenas Bateman, Freddie Sawyer made a foul shot, Spiros Giannokopoulos with 2 points, Corey Simpson, Jr. chipping in 4 while TJ Langley and Jerry Krywanczyk both put up 6 points. Mark Delosreyes wowed the crowd with his passing skills while putting in two 3 points and a bucket for a total of 8 points. 
Then it was time for the alumni to take the floor. The ladies started a bit slow with the score 7-9 at the end of the first quarter.  The Varsity girls buckled down and were ahead at halftime 13-11. But the alumni had a plan coming out of the break and poured in 15 points during the 3rd quarter to swing the score 13-26. The alumni could feel the juices flowing again and finished strong 15-39 letting the alumni easily roll to victory again.
The alumni showed that they still knew how to pass the ball and find the hole to drive or take the jump shot. It is always great to watch our past stats come back and shine again. Brooke Perry put up 7 points for the varsity girls while Amber Stickle class of 14 was the leading scorer for both with 8 points. Ashley Ownley Harris class of '12 and Kaitlyn Riddick class of '17 both had 7 points. Myra Roach a recent graduate from the class of '18 pitched in 5 while Amanda Lynn Lane class of '12 and Kari Roach Phelps class of '10 both had 4. Class of '12, was well represented with three players, Shannon Staples had 2 as did Lindsay Winslow from the class of '18. Injured and unable to play tonight was Rachel Elizabeth Ferrell class of '01 who helped coach. Thank you to these ladies for taking the time to come back and give everyone a great time.
It was now time for the “boys” to take to the floor. Last year the varsity boys defeated the alumni and have been talking big about this match. All the players were introduced and all alumni were asked to stand as the crowd cheered. It makes for a special night when alumni return to where they enjoyed their shining moments back on the court. The varsity colts were a little bit rusty from no game for over a week. The first quarter was 8-13. The alumni were showing their past moves with unique passes and quick moves. The burst of past talents shimmering on the court was just something you had to be at the game to understand. By halftime, the score showed how much talent was on both teams. 28-29. The varsity boys decided that it was time to show off. The colts poured in 17 points to pull ahead 45-37. The last quarter was just more of the same as Avery Krywanczyk lead all scorers with 22 points. The final score was 65-52.
The alumni were defeated again this year but they were more than entertaining in their play. Wayne Banks returned to his hometown to sink a free throw and NOT foul out this year. He represented the class of 1978. Zenus Bateman class of '04 put up 4. Class of '09 Perry Dawson sank two threes for 6 points. Class of '13 had 3 returning players, Cody James Roach with 7, Troy Sanders with 2 and Collin Smithson sank a three. Christopher Godfrey, Jr. threw in 9 to honor his class of '15. Class of '16 had Keith Nowell, Jr. with 8 while classmate Josh Bone was held scoreless. Dante’ Foreman from the class of '17 was the most recent graduate playing. His 11 points helped him to be the high scorer for the alumni for the night. It was so much fun watching the players as they laced up their shoes again.
In addition to those Alumni Basketball players, we don’t want to leave out those who came to represent the past. Below is a list of all the graduates who attended and played in the games.
Carl Staples Class of 1976
Gay Murray Class of 1977
Wayne Banks Class of 1978
Teresa Duncan Class of 1979
Angie (Godfrey) Dawson Class of 1981
Gretchen Ownley Class of 1984
Christopher Godfrey, Sr. Class of 1987
Steven Wentz Class of 1989
Leah (Harrell) Robertson Class of 1990
Rachel (Sample) Ferrell Class of 2001
Nichole (Winslow) Layden Class of 2004
Zenas Bateman Class of 2004
Angela Banks Class of 2007 
Perry Dawson Class of 2009 
Samantha Banks Class of 2010
Kari (Roach) Phelps Class of 2010
Amanda Lane   Class of 2012
Shannon Staples Class of 2012 
Ashley (Ownley) Harris Class of 2012 
Cody Roach Class of 2013
Troy Sanders Class of 2013
Collin Smithson Class of 2013
Amber Stickle Class of 2014
Chris Godfrey, Jr. Class of 2015
Josh Bone Class of 2016
Keith Nowell, Jr. Class of 2016
Dante' Foreman Class of 2017
Kaitlyn Riddick Class of 2017
Lindsay Winslow Class of 2018
Myra Roach Class of 2018
If you attended the games and We missed you please let us know that you attended. We want to thank everyone for their contributions at the gate to help the school, we collected a total of $600 at the gate in donations.  Thanks to everyone for making the effort to attend. Until next year!
Photos Courtesy of Teresa Duncan! 

Congratulations to Jacob Stallings for his admissions to NC STATE Associate of Applied Science program! We are so proud of you Jacob! 



Congratulations to the Class of 2019 student, Parker Berry! Parker Berry has been accepted into the apprenticeship program as a pipe fitter at Norfolk Naval Shipyard after graduation. Students in the apprenticeship program participate in a rigorous training program, which combines TCC's academic classes with NNSY’s trade theory training and on-the-job learning experience.


Congratulations to the Class of 2019 student, Josh Hooper!  Josh has been accepted to ODU, Barton College, Chowan University, and UNC Pembroke!  He has been awarded Chowan University's Presidential Scholarship of $27,200 and the Dean's Fellowship Award of $1,000 annually.  Barton College has also offered him $44,000!  Way to go, Josh!  Your Colt family is so very proud of you! 



2018-2019 School Year Off to a GREAT Start

The 2018-2019 school year for Albemarle School is shaping up to be one of the best!  Here are a few reasons why:

1 Our high school students are now equipped with Chromebooks.  We are so excited to have this technology available!

2 New lights were installed in the parking lot for a brighter, safer environment. 

The gym is looking fantastic thanks to new bleachers and a new paint job!

The cafeteria has a new air conditioning system.

We were able to add a Soccer team to our athletic program.

6 The Candyman fundraiser was a great success!  Thank you so much to anyone and everyone that had a hand in it.  Stay tuned for item pickup and "Main Event" details.

The fall athletic teams have done very well this year.  Our athletes received the following honors:

  • Cross Country
    • The girls team won the conference tournament and Katie Hansen received first place.
    • The boys team won the conference tournament and Logan Dunn received first place.
    • Katie Hansen received Top Female Runner of the Year!
    • Logan Dunn and Alana Shown received All Conference honors
  • Soccer
    • Josh Hooper, Raymond Hooper and Logan Dunn made the All Conference Team.
  • Volleyball
    • Patsy Cooper received Coach of the Year!
    • Brooke Perry received TIC Player of the Year!
    • Samantha Nixon received All Conference honors.
    • Taylor Stallings made the All Tournament Team.

Our middle school students are enjoying the new STEM class this year.  Ms. Owen is planning numerous exciting science, technology and math activities for them!

Stay tuned as the year progresses for more updates and accomplishments!

An accreditation team that visited Albemarle School on March 6th and 7th recommended continued accreditation to the AdvanceEd Accreditation Commission. The team was impressed by how much the students love the school, how respectful the students are, and by how supportive our parents are. Of course, they were also impressed with our teachers!

Tracie Simpson did an outstanding job leading this effort. Thanks to the students, parents, Board of Directors and teachers for participating and being so supportive during this process.