Whiteville City Schools has full-time vacancies in the following areas for the 2018-2019 school year: 


Whiteville City Schools is looking for highly qualified candidates to fill the following administrative positions: 

Enrollment 725

Enrollment 490

Enrollment 530

Possession of a valid North Carolina Principals License or is eligible to receive a North Carolina Principals License. A minimum of three (3) years of successful administrative experience. The ability to target a mission for learning and foster a positive climate of mutual trust and respect among faculty and staff. Evidence of knowledge of best practices in curriculum, instruction, and assessment. 
 A demonstrated ability to collaborate with faculty and community members.
Respond to diverse community interests and needs.
Mobilize community resources. 
 Listens attentively to constituents and stakeholders and communicates regularly with them on a variety of issues, challenges, and opportunities.  Evidence of a high level of effectiveness in the following personal qualities: Values, Judgment, Customer Focus, Conflict Management, Emotional Intelligence, Responsiveness.

Whiteville High School

English/Language Arts

9-12 Certification Required

North Whiteville Academy

Social Studies

9-12 Certification Required

Middle School Math/Science 

6-9 Certification Required

Central Middle School

Language Arts

6-9 Certification Required

Band/Chorus Teacher
Certification Required

Edgewood Elementary School

3rd Grade Teacher

4th Grade Teacher

K-6 Certification Required

Applicants may submit a resume and a letter of intent to the following:

Charles K. Garland, Superintendent

Whiteville City Schools

107 West Walter Street

Whiteville, NC 28472





2017/2018 Custodial Awards

Custodian of the Year
Jermaine Faulk

       Most Efficient: Edgewood Elementary School                    Cleanest School: North Whiteville Academy             Custodial Team of the Year: Central Middle School
                    James Baldwin, Tony McDougal, Michael McCutchen                               Francisco Castrejon                                              Willie Green, Joe Baldwin, Glen Flowers                          


Read To Achieve Results  - 2016/2017


USDA At Risk Afterschool Meal Program
For Immediate Release
February 1, 2017
Contact: Jamesie Gentry 910-642-4116

Whiteville, NC — Whiteville City Schools District announces the sponsorship of U.S. Department of Agriculture Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) At Risk Afterschool Meal Program (supper). 

The following locations will be participating during the 2016-2017 school year: 

Columbus County DREAM Center

St. Mark AME Zion Church

Whiteville High School

Central Middle School 

Edgewood Elementary School 

Whiteville Primary School

Contact: Jamesie Gentry for meal times for the above locations. (910) 642-4116.

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. http://www.fns.usda.gov/usda- nondiscrimination-statement


SCC Success Scholarship Information

  • Endorsed by the SCC Board of Trustees in July 2016
  • Funded by the SCC Foundation Board in September 2016
  • Qualifications
    • A student must be a North Carolina resident who recently graduated from a high school in Columbus County.
    • Students must complete FAFSA and apply for all other SCC scholarships before receiving the SCC Success Scholarship.
    • Participants must successfully complete two Career & College Promise courses to be eligible for the program.
    • Students must have 2.5 unweighted GPA in high school.
    • Students must be continuously enrolled in the fall and spring semesters and have a maximum of two years to use the guarantee.
    • Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA at the end of their first spring semester in the program to be eligible for the second year in the program and must not have any disciplinary actions taken against them.
    • Students must agree to participate in surveys about their experience at SCC.
    • The guarantee covers tuition and fees, not books or supplies.
  • Scholarship recipients' progress towards completion will be tracked.
  • All recipients will be surveyed to identify the impact of the scholarship on their decision to attend SCC and to identify any barriers to success.