- Highest graduation rate in North Carolina at 93.59%
- All schools met and/or exceeded State testing standards
- All core teachers are 100% Highly Qualified, based on federal mandates
- System ranks in top 10% in North Carolina in School Safety
- Offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities for student participation
The Graham County School System is located in the western mountains of North Carolina. It is comprised of three schools totaling approximately 1200 students.
Robbinsville Elementary is a PK-6 school with approximately 650 students. Robbinsville Middle School is a 7-8 school with approximately 200 students and Robbinsville High School is a 9-12 school with approximately 350 students.
All three schools are accredited by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and State Board of Education and all three are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Graham County Schools has a tradition of performing well in academics, athletics, and extracurricular activities. Teachers, staff, and students are dedicated and work hard to contribute to the performance of our schools. Parents and community are vital components to the success of Graham County Schools and their support and cooperation is greatly valued. All stakeholders are essential to the continued success of our school system in providing a safe learning environment in which all students can succeed.
As an extension campus of Tri-County Community College, the Graham County Center offers a full variety of curriculum and continuing education courses to meet the educational needs of the county’s residents.