Cherokee Central Schools follows the North Carolina Standard Course of Study
. The CCS curriculum includes locally developed courses, including Cherokee Language courses. Cherokee language, culture, and history are integrated in all content areas.
In June 2017, Cherokee Central Schools embarked on a journey to personalize education for its students. This initiative was supported by the Qualla Education Collaborative (QEC) and with financial support from Cherokee Preservation Foundation
. Learn more about the Personalized Education initiative here