Parent & Student Info

School Calendar 2018/2019

Link to 2018/2019 School Calendar

School start and end times for the 2018-2019 school year will be 8:30-3:15pm 

AM Carline will run from 8:00-8:30 &  PM Carline will run from 3:15-3:45


PTO Information:

We are very grateful for the amazing PTO we have at Pine Springs Prep.  Please visit their website to find out about joining the PTO and more ways you can help support the school!  Click the link below to be redirected to the PTO website.



Documents, Forms, & Important Info:


Medical Information & School Immunizations:


Support Pine Springs:


LEA Website Posting – Updated Information

As mentioned in the Fall Regional Compliance Forums, all LEAs are required under ESSA to have McKinney-Vento information posted to your website.

Regular LEAs can visit the NCHEP website to find the McKinney-Vento website information details.

Charter schools should note that due to smaller student populations, there is no requirement to post specific data counts to your website.

Instead, charter schools should post a link to the NCHEP Profile web page 

In addition to this link, please provide the following:


Homeless liaison: Elizabeth Coomer

Homeless liaison contact information: 919-439-9448
State Coordinator’s name and phone number:  Lisa Phillips – 337-315-7491

NCHEP website  (, Definition of “homeless” from McKinney-Vento Act


Special Needs Services

PSPA:CFA provides education to all children. Any child who is eligible for enrollment, submits a complete application and is offered enrollment through the school’s admission policy will be enrolled. The Head of School will ensure enrollment documents are completed by all families and that  any records for a child with disabilities pertaining to their placement and services under IDEA are secured from the child’s previous school.
PSPA:CFA will provide a full continuum of services to students with disabilities, based the on individual needs in the least restrictive environment determined appropriate for a free, appropriate public education (FAPE).


Free appropriate public education or FAPE means special education and related services that–

(a) Are provided at public expense, under public supervision and direction, and without charge;

(b) Meet the standards of the state of North Carolina and requirements of IDEA;

(c) Include an appropriate preschool, elementary school, or secondary school education; and

(d) Are provided in conformity with an individualized education program (IEP) that meets the

requirements of NC 1503-4 and NC 1503-5.1 outlined in the North Carolina Policies and Services Governing Children with Disabilities.
Please contact our Student Services Director, Nicole Moyer, with any questions or concerns. Email:
Phone: 919-439-9448