UNC

NC Central

Carrboro

East Chapel Hill High

Chapel Hill High

Northwood High School

NCAA

ACC

University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill

North Carolina
Central University

Carrboro High

East Chapel
Hill High

Chapel Hill
High

Northwood
High School

National Collegiate
Athletic Association

Atlantic Coast
Conference

High Schools

 

Carrboro

Chapel Hill High

East Chapel Hill High

Carrboro High    

Chapel Hill High

 East Chapel Hill High 

 

About Chapel Hill-Carrboro City High Schools

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) is one of two public school systems in Orange County, NC. Established in 1909, CHCCS is located near the flagship campus of the University of North Carolina (UNC) and the world renowned Research Triangle Park (RTP). As a result of the district's proximity to higher education and research facilities, our community boasts one of the highest educated populations in America. CHCCS has the state's highest district wide SAT score at 1,194, or 1,776 when the writing component is included. The state average is 1,008, and the national average is 1,017. This high average was attained while more than 85 percent of the district's eligible students took the test. More than 1,200 of the district’s high school students are enrolled in challenging Advanced Placement (AP) courses. This participation has earned the district's high schools ranking in the Washington Post’s list of top high schools. In 2011, Carrboro High ranked 145, East Chapel Hill High ranked 158 and Chapel Hill High ranked 165. CHCCS has the state's lowest dropout rate at .95 percent and nearly 92 percent of last year's graduating senior class went on to two- or four-year institutions of higher learning. Chapel Hill-Carrboro City High Schools also have strong athletic programs. Each of the district’s three high schools has over 20 athletic teams. During the 2011-2012 school year, all three high schools were awarded the Wells Fargo Cup, which recognizes the North Carolina high schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performance in their conference. The school district’s athletic teams have won multiple state championships in recent years and have sent numerous students on to participate in sports at the collegiate level.

 Fellow's Role

 The fellow will serve as team physician for one of three high schools: Carrboro High, Chapel Hill High, or East Chapel Hill High. He/she is expected to provide onsite coverage for all home football games and be on call for all basketball games. The fellow is also expected to provide coverage for any special event such as conferences and regional/state play-off games. The fellow will also hold regular athletic training room hours and be available to the school's athletic training staff.