Latest News

Latest News

  • 02Feb,2017

    Celebrating Black History Month

    In honor of Black History month, we will celebrate a different individual each day on our website! Read more about these incredible individuals and their many accomplishments:

    Booker Taliaferro Washington

    Hank Aaron

    James Lafayette

  • 06Jan,2017

    Athletics Cancelled Today

    All afternoon athletics are cancelled and will resume on Monday.

    Gov. Cooper to declare State of Emergency ahead of weekend snow storm.

  • 02Jan,2017

    Important Enrollment Dates

    Returning scholars: Our intent to return and registration paperwork will be available February 1, 2017. Stay tuned for more information about this new online process.

    New scholars: Applications for the 2017-2018 school year will be available online starting February 1, 2017. Our open enrollment period will take place from February 1, 2017 through April 3, 2017. Our admissions lottery is open to the public and will take place on April 10, 2017 at Rocky Mount Prep.

    For more information about our enrollment process give us a call at (252)443-9923. 

  • 05Dec,2016

    Title 1 Annual Parent Meeting

    Save the Date

    Our Title 1 Annual Parent Meeting is scheduled for January 12th, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in unison with our Community Meeting and Sweet Tea Chat in Rocky Mount Prep’s Cafeteria. Join us for this informational event! 

  • 02Dec,2016

    Our 1st Annual Belmont Golf Tournament

    Our 1st Annual Belmont Golf Tournament will take place on Monday, May 15th, 2017. Registration and driving range will take place starting at 7:30 a.m., Welcome will take place at 8:15 a.m. and our Shotgun Start will take place at 9:00 a.m. Luncheon and award’s ceremony will take place immediately following the tournament.


    Sponsorships range from Individual Players to Diamond Sponsorship. For a full list of sponsorship opportunities check out our Eventbrite sign up page or view the official brochure available here.

  • 20Oct,2016

    Calendar Adjustment

    The five days of school missed due to Hurricane Matthew and flooding resulted in needing to adjust our calendar. Our first quarter will end on Friday, November 4, 2016 and report cards will be distributed on Thursday, November 10, 2016.

  • 13Oct,2016

    Tell us how we can help!

    We’re here for you Rocky Mount Prep family! Tell us how we can help & fill out the survey by clicking here!

  • 11Oct,2016

    Emergency Relief Services for RMP Prep Families and School Closure Update

    We wanted to let our Prep family know that we will be closed Wednesday, October 12, 2016 for scholars, with an optional teacher workday.

    We are glad to partner with the Impact Center to provide emergency services. The Impact Center is providing emergency relief services to scholars and families impacted by Hurricane Matthew. If you have needs as a result of Hurricane Matthew you may visit the Impact Center at 821 Word Plaza Rocky Mount NC 27804, 252-316-8314 for assistance. The Center will provide social service delivery, counseling, spiritual support, hot meals, showers, recreation and a place for rest for any individual or family who has been displaced by the storm. Individuals will also be provided free WIFI access, computer usage and telephone use to contact family members, employers, or conduct other needed business.

    We are saddened by the devastation that has taken place and encourage our scholars’ families who are in need to participate. We will continue to keep you informed about when we expect for School to reopen. Please take care, be safe and we look forward to seeing our Prep family when we return to school.

  • 04Oct,2016

    Bullying Prevention Month

    October is Bully Prevention Month

    Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived threat. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.

    Bullying is characterized by 4 indicators; (1.) Repeating event (2.) Intent to harm (3.) There must be apower imbalance (4.) There must be an impact on the victim

    Types of Bullying

    1. Physical bullying includes hitting, kicking, tripping, pinching and pushing or damaging property. Physical bullying causes both short term and long term damage
    1. Verbal bullying includes name calling, insults, teasing, and intimidation Verbal bullying can start off harmless, it can escalate quickly
    2. Social bullying can be carried out behind a person’s back. It is designed to harm someone’s reputation and/or cause humiliation. Social bullying includes lying, spreading rumors, playing embarrassing jokes to humiliate, encouraging others to exclude someone, and damaging someone’s reputation.
    3. Cyber bullying can be carried out using digital technologies, including computer, Smartphones, social media (Facebook, kicks, Instagram, etc) instant messaging, texts, websites, and other online platforms. Cyber bullying includes hurtful texts, images, gossip or rumors, and imitating others online.

    How to stop bullying

    • Try to get your child to open up about what’s happening in their life by showing them that you understand, and won’t judge them.
    • Try to listen to the whole story without interrupting. Be empathetic, calm and show you understand what the child is saying. They might need to tell their story more than once.
    • Have a conversation about what happened. Try not to let your very understandable emotions (anger, distress…) show. Your feelings can intensify the child’s or make it worse for them and might even deter your child from talking to you another time.
    • Remind your child it’s normal to feel hurt, it’s never OK to be bullied.
    • Note what, when and where the bullying occurred, who was involved, how often and ifanybody else witnessed it.
    • Contact the school, the majority of children and teenagers do not report bullying to teachers.Be confident that once alerted the school will want to stop bullying behavior as much as you.

  • 03Oct,2016

    Homecoming Week

    Rocky Mount Prep is kicking off Homecoming Week!

    Our high school & middle school scholars will celebrate the week with their annual spirit week dress up. An outline of each spirit week dress days & events are available below for reference.

    All scholars schoolwide wide are invited to dress for Blue & Gold Day on Friday, October 7th with a $1 donation to our Feeding Our Wounded Soldiers Project. Our scholars, friends & families are asked to join us in cheering on our Jaguars for our Varsity Football Game vs. North Edgecombe on Friday, October 7th at 7:30pm at Bishop’s Stadium.

    Middle School Plans:


    High School Plans: