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OUR MISSION & VISION         UNIFORMS          HIGH SCHOOL STAFF         FAQ

HIGH SCHOOL
TRANSITIONING THRU 12TH GRADE 2024-2025

Bell Schedule


Arrival: 8:00 am
Dismissal: 3:00 pm

 

Period 1 8:00 - 9:40

Period 2 9:45 - 11:15

Period 3 11:20 - 1:20

Period 4 1:25 - 2:55


Arrival begins at 7:50am. Scholars must be in class by 8:00am or they will be marked absent/tardy.

Need a Driving Eligibility Certificate?

Driving Eligibility Certificates: You (parent) will need to visit the school in which your child is currently enrolled to secure the Driving Eligibility Certificate. Each site will set its Driving Eligibility Certificate distribution process. Please contact that school to schedule an appointment. Once scheduled, bring the following documents to the appointment:
 

  • Student’s birth certificate or passport

  • Completed Driver Education Certificate

  • Proof of address if the current address is different than the one listed on the Driver Education Certificate or the address listed in PowerSchool. Address must be verified for the NC Real ID.

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Help Us Build a Dream

Due to the additional credits needed to graduate from Socrates Academy in four years, we do not accept applicants beyond 10th grade.

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MISSION & VALUES

MISSION & VALUES
MISSION​ & VISION

Cultivating scholars for impactful global engagement, ethical citizenship, and lifelong learning.

Socrates Academy is a preparatory school for College and Career Readiness that works in partnership with our local and global community to inspire scholars to reach their full academic and intellectual potential. Scholars employ intellectual curiosity and engage in critical thinking while adhering to principles of diversity, equity, equality, and empathy. Multicultural competency is enriched with advanced coursework in Greek Language and cultural heritage, the cradle of Western Civilization and democracy.

 

To fulfill our mission, we envision a school that promises an intellectual environment that:

  • Aims to build strong personal and academic foundations and a well-rounded educational experience through a rigorous multicultural curriculum that draws on the heritage of the 4,000-year-old Greek civilization.

  • Promotes critical thinking skills in scholars through inquiry, logic, questioning, problem solving, team collaboration, and the Socratic method.

  • Values global engagement and citizenship, social and cultural diversity, inclusion and equity, ethical responsibility, environmental awareness, and mutual respect.

  • Nurtures curiosity, creativity, and innovation in the classroom.

  • Encourages teachers to teach utilizing evidence-based practices.

  • Promotes the development of all stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, and families, within a safe, accountable, respectful setting, and a positive school culture.

  • Facilitates meaningful local, national, and global collaborative academic and business relationships and partnerships.

CORE VALUES

Our vibrant school community embodies the following values:

 

  • Filotimo (Greek: Φιλότιμο): Αlmost impossible to translate sufficiently, as it describes a complex array of virtues that encompass honor, dignity and pride; to always act with righteousness, integrity, and honor.

  • Arete (Greek: Αρετή): Excellence of any kind and moral virtue. Fulfillment of purpose or function: the act of living up to one's full potential.

  • Philoxenia (Greek: Φιλοξενία): eagerness to show hospitality

  • Ethos (Greek: Ηθος): Ethical Behavior

  • Personal Responsibility: Each person is accountable for their actions and the welfare of their community.

  • Empathy and Kindness: Engaging in cognitive, emotional, and compassionate understanding of others and responding with kindness.

  • Respect of Diversity, Equity, and Justice

  • Moral Courage: Doing what is right and leading by example

  • Strive for Excellence (Greek: Αιέν αριστεύειν): Setting goals and always striving to do one’s best and seeking continuous improvement

UNIFORMS

UNIFORMS
Please note. High School Bottoms are Black and tops may be worn in navy or white.


 
High School Uniform
  • Collared Shirt with Logo (white, dark blue)

  • Uniform Bottoms - black, brown, navy or khaki 

  • Official SA (purchased from PE Department) Sweatpants may be worn, except on Greek Celebration Days

  • Outwear (example: sweatshirts, athletic jackets) need to have SA Logo

  • PE Uniform 

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STAFF

STAFF

FAQ

FAQ

Does my child need to be a current Socrates student to apply?
Your student does not need to be a current student to apply. You can learn more about the applications process on our Admissions Page.

When will the construction on the High School Building be completed?

The construction of the High School building has experienced some delays due to the pandemic. High School students will be housed in a state-of-the-art modular building while waiting for completion of the high school construction project.

What if my child has never taken a Greek class? 

As it is part of our mission, it is required for any student who is attending Socrates Academy attend Greek Language Classes. Beginning classes are offered for students who have never taken Greek and are new to the language and culture.

Will the Socrates Academy High School offer Athletics?

Athletics will be offered as long as there is student interest! 

BUILDING PLANS

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