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School Profile: Derita Alternative

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Derita Alternative is located at 2300 W Sugar Creek Road, Charlotte, NC 28262-7306. The contact phone number is (980) 343-5231. It has a student/teacher ratio of 20.18.

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  • Students and Teachers

  • School District: Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
  • Grade Range: 6 - 12
  • Students: 444
  • Teachers (FTE): 22
  • Student/Teacher Ratio: 20.18
  • Title I eligible: No

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Primary Schools
John Motley Morehead Elementary
7810 Neal Road
Charlotte, NC 28262
(980) 343-5775
Mallard Creek
9801 Mallard Crk Rd
Charlotte, NC 28262
(980) 343-3980
Nathaniel Alexander Elementary
7910 Neal Road
Charlotte, NC 28262
(980) 343-5268
University Meadows Elementary
1600 Pavilion Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28262
(980) 343-3685
Middle Schools
James Martin Middle
7800 Ibm Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262
(980) 343-5382
High Schools
Zebulon B Vance High
7600 Ibm Road
Charlotte, NC 28262
(980) 343-5284
Nearby Zip Codes
28075
28213
28215
28223
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