8838 Craver Road
Charlotte, NC 28223
Courier #: 569
P: 980-343-9898  |  F: 980-343-2517 
Principal: Will Leach
LC: Northeast
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 AM
Grades: 9-11
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Charlotte Teacher Early College High School


  • Mission is to provide teachers for the Charlotte Region
  • School Hours-7:15 AM-2:15 PM
  • 4 classrooms located in the Cato College of Education, 8838 Craver Road
  • 10th Grade Classes take place in the CEEC Building
  • Early College Calendar for 2019-20.  Begins on Aug. 7, 2019 and Ends on May 15, 2020
  • CTEC is a 5-year program and will serve grades 9-13
  • 55 students per grade level
  • 275 students by the 2021-22 school year
  • 24 credits for HS earned on site at UNC Charlotte in the Cato College of Education Building
  • Students have the potential to earn 60+ hours of college transfer credit during the 5-year program
  • Education/Teaching Focus in all classrooms
  • Project Based Learning is a primary focus in all classrooms
  • Clinical Teaching/Observation Opportunities
  • Standards-Based/Mastery Grading
  • Technology Rich Learning Environment
  • CTEC will serve as a regional site for research and professional development to enhance the overall quality and effectiveness of teaching and learning
  • CTEC will serve as a learning laboratory for the College of Education
  • Grade 9 High School Coursework
    • Honors English I
    • Honors World History
    • Math I, II and/or III
    • Honors Earth Environmental Science and Honors Biology
    • Online Health and Physical Education
    • Honors Psychology
  • Grade 10 High School Coursework
    • Honors English II
    • Honors Civics and Economics
    • Math II, III, IV or 5th Math Course
    • Honors Chemistry
    • Speech and Debate
    • Journalism
    • 2 College Courses
  • Grade 11 High School Coursework
    • Honors English III
    • UNC Charlotte Coursework
  • Foreign Language/Health/Physical Education credits earned via NC Virtual Public High School/Edunuity
  • CTEC students will have the opportunity to take college coursework during the 10th grade year
  • Student Interest will drive the development of clubs, social events, yearbook, and other school cultural events.
  • Transportation provided by CMS.  Neighborhood stops will be provided within .4 miles of your address
  • Breakfast and Lunch provided daily by CMS Food Service

  • Staff-2019-20
  • Jaclyn Knight-English
  • Stephanie Roberts-Science
  • Kristen Fye-Math
  • Sara Von Muller-Social Studies
  • Traci Amick-Math
  • Deanna Cureton-English
  • Amy Wooten-Science
  • Amanda Brigden-Social Studies
  • Tonya Jenkins-Speech and Debate/Journalism
  • Will Leach, Principal             
  • Kristianna Luce, AP
  • Teresa Oats, Counselor     
  • Linda Mazzucca, Sr. Adm. Secretary/Registrar   
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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