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7640 Wallace Road
Charlotte, NC 28212
Charlotte United students perform well on nationally normed standardized tests and generally go on to further their education at the university level. Charlotte United students have attended the Air Force Academy, Emmanuel College, King College, Montreat-Anderson College, Purdue University, Queens College and numerous schools in the UNC system including Appalachian State University, UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Charlotte, UNC-Greensboro, East Carolina University and NC State University.
|Social Studies||3 units|
|Foreign Language||2 units|
|Physical Education/Health||1 unit|
* adjustments allowed for transfer students
While not formally accredited through any official accrediting agency, Charlotte United is approved as an educational institution as defined by the North Carolina Constitution, the North Carolina General Statutes and the Rules and Regulations adopted by the State Board of Education of North Carolina. Charlotte United is currently seeking accreditation with the National Association of Private Schools (NAPS) and also a member of ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) and GCACS (Greater Charlotte Association of Christian Schools).
Grading, Coursework and GPA
Charlotte United is a college prepatory school with an accelerated curriculum (CEEB: 340-690). All courses are taught at an advanced level with honors and AP classes so designated. We are equipped to offer three AP classes based on student body makeup.
Grade Point Average (GPA) is based on the traditional grading system, with the exception that Honors courses receive one extra quality point and Advanced Placement courses receive two extra quality points. All courses are included in the calculation of GPA.
Charlotte United awards diplomas based on the requirements for graduation listed above. In addition to the academic requirements, all students are required to participate in community outreach and service projects in order to graduate.
2012 Charlotte United SAT Distribution Scores
|SAT Critical Reading||510|
Awards and Scholarships
Charlotte United Christian Academy students have received awards and scholarships including:
- Aid Association for Lutherans Scholarship
- Guidepost Young Writer's Award (2nd place nationally)
- National Merit Scholarship
- King College Vocal/Academic Scholarships
- McGraw Scholar-President's Scholarship (Montreat College)
- Bellhaven College Academic/Dance Scholarships
- American Cancer Society Scholarship
- Bi-Lo Rohaley Scholarship
- Lutheran Brotherhood Scholarship
- Queens College Mecklenburg Scholar
- Wal-Mart Scholarship
- NC Contract Grant
- NC Legislators tuition/grant
- Jr. Police Academy
- CPCC - tuition/books
- St. Andrews Merit Scholar
- Chancellor Scholarship (Johnson & Wales University)
Warriors in Service
Guidelines and Requirements
The Warriors in Service Program is a fundamental way to train our students in the Core Values of Charlotte United Christian Academy as well as a graduation requirement. This program is also designed to aid them in discovering their natural gifts and skills and employing them in the community. This service is designed to take students out of their comfort zone (family, church, neighbors) and into the greater community. Because it is a promotion/graduation requirement, all students in Grades 9-12 are required to participate.
The minimum number of hours per grade per year** are:
Freshman - 20 hours
Sophomore - 24 hours
Junior - 28 hours
Senior - 32 hours
** Allowances will be made for transfer students
Students will not be limited to the minimum requirements per school year. Service hours can be accumulated from 9th grade through the 12th grade and at graduation, special recognition will be given to those who have excelled in this area.
- 105 - 174 hours of Warriors in Service will receive a carolina blue cord to be worn at graduation
- 175 - 199 hours of Warriors in Service will receive a black cord to be worn at graduation
- 200+ hours of Warriors in Service will receive an orange cord to be worn at graduation
Service hours completed during the summer will be applied to the upcomming school year, not the previous year.
Students will need to complete the required number of service hours at an approved non-profit agency. Students may also choose his or her own agency and/or project with prior approval from the Warriors in Service director. Services for which a student is paid may not be counted. All student transcripts will indicate the number of service hours completed.