Our Commitment

EAMS is committed to putting "Children First". We will provide our students with a safe and nurturing environment, prepare our students intellectually to conquer future challenges, and promote for our students a sense of self-worth and responsible citizenship.

Falcon P.R.I.D.E

Promote a positive school environment
Respect yourself and others
Improve academics
Demonstrate personal responsibility
Educate yourself for the future

School News

District News

  • Alexander Soil and Water Conservation Recognition

    The Alexander Soil & Water Conservation District hosts six environmental contests for local schools every year. In order to encourage stewardship and instill good land ethic in today’s youth, each SWCD contest season has an environmental education component addressing a statewide theme. This year’s theme was: “Soil & Water: Yours for Life”. Our county winners for each contest were: 5th Grade Poster – Noah Jamison, Stony Point Elementary 6th Grade Essay – Steven Chapman, East Alexander Middle 6th Grade Slide Show – Grayson Presnell, East Alexander Middle 7th Grade Speech – Maya Adams, West Alexander Middle 8th Grade Speech – Maia Southers, East Alexander Middle 9th Grade Computer Poster – Logan Ellis, ACHS Congratulations to all of these winners and to everyone that participated! We hope that these environmental contests will spark an interest in natural resource conservation in these students. Click on the pictures to see more.

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  • Brown and Bishop are Selected to Attend Governor's School

    Alexander County School Board members and administration recognized two Alexander Central High School students, Kylie M. Brown and Mark Avery Bishop, as nominees for North Carolina Governor’s School. Kylie was selected to attend the 2017 session of NC Governor’s School East in the area of Natural Science. She will be on the campus of Meredith College. Kylie is the daughter of Stephen and Ginger Brown of the Bethlehem Community. Avery Bishop was selected to attend the 2017 session of NC Governor’s School West in the area of Natural Science. He will be on the campus of Salem College. Avery is the son of Mark and Kim Bishop of the Bethlehem Community. Read this story and more in School Matters.

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  • Watch Our Board Meeting Live at 6:00 PM


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  • April 10 - 14 is National Assistant Principal Week

    Thank you for your dedication and hard work Brian Lewis, Andrea Robinette, Jay McCarraher, Susan Dyson, Charles Draper, and Cheryl Triplett!

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Emergency Alert

  • When possible, school safety alerts will be posted on the school's website under the Emergency Alert Section. 
    If your child's school has an alert, you can go to the School Safety Department page on the district website for information regarding those codes.  
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    EAMS is in need of proctors for EOG testing!!! 

    Testing dates are May 31st, June 1st, and June 5th.

    If are interested in volunteering

    please contact Krystal Mace.

    call 828-632-7565

    or email


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    Students entering 7th grade are now required to have one dose of Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccine and one dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine for individuals who have not already received those vaccines.Read More...


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  • Early Closing of School  

    In case of snow or icy conditions which occur during the school day and cause hazardous driving conditions, school may be dismissed early. If school is dismissed early, announcements about school closings due to weather or other emergencies are communicated through a telephone-based notification service. This is our primary source for disseminating information to parents and staff. When possible, we also contact the following radio stations: WACB-AM (860), WKVS (103.3); and television stations: WBTV (Channel 3), WSOC (Channel 9), WCNC (Channel 36), WXII (Channel 12) and Fox News 18. 
    Parents, please contact the office to update your contact information if it changes at any point in the year.
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