We are a tuition-free public charter school serving NC students in grades 5-12. Applications are accepted through February, and a lottery is conducted in early March.
Our school counselor is a vital member of the education team, helping students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career goals.
On Monday, August 1, we will begin tryouts for the Hawbridge Herons Soccer Team. Tryouts will be at Cedar Falls Park on Weaver Dairy Road in Chapel Hill, from 8am until 10am, Monday through Thursday. We would like all students who are interested to attend as many sessions as possible (including students who were on the team last year). There is noRead More
Sport Preparticipation Examination Form Hello Hawbridge Community, I hope that everyone is having a safe and active summer. With the 2016-2017 school year approaching, I wanted to send out some information about the upcoming cross country season. Cross country is a challenging but rewarding sport, with a focus on setting personal goals and achieving themRead More
Happy Summer, Hawbridge! I trust the summer has been enjoyable for each of our families. Fortunately or unfortunately, the start of the 2016-2017 school year is right around the corner. We are very excited about the coming year and are looking forward to seeing each of you soon. The Hawbridge School will begin classes onRead More
Dear Hawbridge, I do hope your child(ren) enjoyed the 2015-2016 school year. It was a pleasure for me to get to know them. We are looking forward to continued progress, in all areas, at Hawbridge. We value your commitment to the school and want you to know that we are committed to providing your childrenRead More
Dear Hawbridge, Commencement was held on Sunday, June 5, 2016. It has been a delight to serve this year’s senior class. I appreciate the trust placed in me, by the board, but also by the parents who send their children to us each and every day. I’m confident this year’s graduating class will achieve greatness, inRead More
The Hawbridge School community engages in a learning partnership. Students develop the skills, values, and strategies required to master the challenging curriculum and to pursue lifelong learning and personal growth. Relationships based on mutual respect honor individual learning preferences and create a healthy intellectual, emotional, and physical environment.