Our son has been at Carter Community Charter School for 6 years and this school is awesome! The teachers are caring and compassionate about their students. He has been challenged and has prospered to higher levels for all subjects every year. Staff handles concerns in an appropriate manner communication is very open via telephone and emails. I'm so glad that my family has an option for his educational choice and Carter has lived up to my expectations. Thank you for your splendid service with our son.
Carter Community Charter is a charter middle school in Durham. The principal of Carter Community Charter is Ms Gail Taylor and can be contacted at email@example.com. 275 children attend Carter Community Charter and identify primarily as Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 74% of the 275 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Carter Community Charter is 17:1. Brogden Middle is one of the nearest middle schools.
- Theater drama
- P.E. classes
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If you value your children please seek other options. My daughter was disrespected after I spent my money on shirts. The transportation director lied to my husband an self. It hard to trust adults with your children and when they don't care. Today was a nightmare. I don't wish this horrible experience on anyone.keep your children close and away from this disorginization.
This is going to be my son's fifth year at Carter and every year has challenged him to continued to be an AIG student. The staff is friendly dependable and committed to providng excellence to the children. They consistantly send home information regarding upcoming events.
This is our first year at Carter Community School. I have children in the 4th and 6th grade. We simply love this school the teacher/principal involvement is phenomenal. When participating in one of the school functions I truly had a sense that the teachers really cared for their students.