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Honors & Accolades

2000 – 2001 :

Jack Britt High School opens its doors – pulling students from the 71st, Douglas Byrd, and SouthView districts led by Principal Conrad Lopes

Softball – Mid-Southeastern Conference (MSEC) Champions

First Miss Jack Britt crowned – Brooke Helton

School Population: 1,237

2001 – 2002 :

Wachovia Coble Cup Champions
Softball – MSEC  Champions
Women’s Track MSEC Champions

Miss Jack Britt – Danielle Curtis

School Population:

2002 -2003 :

Jack Britt High School receives High Growth & School of Distinction under NC’s ABCs/Accountability Program

FBLA – 2nd in State Competition

Coble Cup Champions &
Volleyball – MSEC Champions
Softball – MSEC Champions
Men’s Basketball – MSEC Champions, Sectional Champions
Wrestling – MSEC Champions, Sectional Champions

Miss Jack Britt – Kristen Hall

School Population: 1,775

2003 – 2004 :

Jack Britt High School receives High Growth & School of Distinction under NC’s ABCs/Accountability Program

Recognized by Educational Trust as High Impact School

FBLA – 2nd in State Competition

Coble Cup Champions &
Men’s Basketball – Sectional Champions
Wrestling – MSEC Champions, Eastern Regional Champs, State Champion Jake Smith
Softball – MSEC Champions

Miss Jack Britt – Ashlee Garrison

School Population: 1.252

2004 – 2005 :

Jack Britt High School receives High Growth & Honor School of Excellence under NC’s ABCs/Accountability Program

MSEC Sportsmanship Award & Coble Cup Champions
Football – 4AA Western Regional Champions
Wrestling – MSEC Champions / Jake Smith – Wrestling State Champion
Men’s Tennis – MSEC Champions
Women’s Track – MSEC Champions

Miss Jack Britt – Lauren Barefoot

School Population: 1,663

2005 -2006 :

Jack Britt High School receives High Growth & School of Distinction under NC’s ABCs/Accountability Program

Ron McBride – State Forensic Coach of the Year (3rd time awarded)

FBLA – Regional winners, State competitors

Drama – Regional Superior Rating

GlaxoSmithKline and NCHSAA “No Ejections Award”
Men’s Basketball – MSEC Champions
Softball – MSEC Champions
Men’s Tennis – MSEC Champions
Wrestling – MSEC Champions, Eastern Regional Champs

2006 – 2007 :

Jack Britt High School receives High Growth & School of Distinction under NC’s ABCs/Accountability Program

Jack Britt High School receives Governor’s “Real Deal Award” (First high school to win this honor)

Conrad Lopes named CCS Principal of the Year and Sandhills/South Central Region Wachovia Principal of the Year

Denise Garison named CCS Assistant Principal of the Year

DECA – Chapter of Distinction Silver Medal level

TSA – two 1st place, three 2nd place finishes

Art – 2nd place at Juried Art Competition

Drama – State Superior Rating

Qualified for State Play-offs in EVERY Sport
Volleyball – MSEC Champions
Wrestling – MSEC Champions
Softball – MSEC Champions

Miss Jack Britt – Jordan McGee

CTE VoCats Cup for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

2007 – 2008 :

Jack Britt High School receives High Growth & School of Distinction under NC’s ABCs/Accountability Program

Band – 1st Place Indoor Finals Competition

Coble Cup Champions / Qualified for State Play-offs in EVERY Sport
Football – MSEC Champions
Men’s Basketball – MSEC Champions
Wrestling – MSEC Champions

Miss Jack Britt – Leah Barefoot

School Population: 1,800

CTE VoCats Cup for the 2nd year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

2008 – 2009 :

Jack Britt High School receives Honor School of Excellence under NC’s ABCs/Accountability Program

U.S. News and World Reports Bronze Medal Recipient for “America’s Best High Schools” Outstanding Graduation Rate Cohort

Class of 2009 receives over $12 million in scholarships

Coble Cup Champions
Football – MSEC Champions, Eastern Regional Champs
Men’s Tennis – MSEC Champions
Men’s Cross Country – MSEC Champions
Women’s Cross Country – MSEC Champions
Wrestling State Champion Ethan Creek
Women’s Track – MSEC Champions
Men’s Soccer – MSEC 2nd place
Men’s Track – MSEC Champions

MiAngela S. Frazier, NC High School Female State Champion in Bowling

CTE VoCats Cup for the 3rd year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

2009 – 2010 :

Mr. Conrad Lopes retires as Principal of Jack Britt High School in August 2009 / Mrs. Denise Garison proudly assumes her new position as Principal

Forensic Team has two nationally-ranked debaters – Maddie Powell & Marcie Maier

Yearbook wins 1st Place Award in the American Scholastic Press Association Annual Review

Football – Eastern Regional Champs
Volleyball – Mid-South Conference (MSC) Champions
Men’s Cross Country – MSC Champions
Women’s Cross Country – MSC Champions
Women’s Tennis – MSC Champions

Miss Jack Britt – Brittany Dunk

Winner of Wachovia-Maxwell Cup for Best Overall Athletic Program

NCHSAA Exemplary School ~~ recognizing the school’s total program, including athletic opportunities and facilities, community interest and involvement and academics

Winner of US News and World Report America’s Best High Schools Bronze Medal

School Population: 1,811

CTE VoCats Cup for the 4th year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

2010 – 2011 :

Jack Britt Teacher Denise Nosbisch is Cumberland County Teacher of the Year

Jack Britt Principal Denise Garison is invited by Tom Brokaw to moderate a panel on closing the achievement gap at The Education Nation summit

CTE VoCats Cup for the 5th year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

2011 – 2012 :

2010-11 NC Honor School of Excellence

CCS High School Assistant Principal of the Year Reggie Fields

2011-12 Wells Fargo Cup Champions

CTE VoCats Cup for the 6th year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

2012 – 2013 :

Fox50 Lib Dub Contest Winners

Tied #1 in growth in NC (2013 SY) with a growth index of 15.4

CTE VoCats Cup for the 7th year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

Football 4AA Eastern Regional Champions

2013 – 2014:

Wells Fargo Cup Champions

CTE Vocational Cup Champions

#1 in growth  for the state of North Carolina out of 2,422 schools with a growth index of 19.9

CTE VoCats Cup for the 8th year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

Football Mid-South Conference Champions / Eric Carter – RB – Mid-South Conference Offensive Player of the Year

2014 – 2015:

Wrestling Dual and Individual Team State Champions

#2 in growth  for the state of North Carolina out of 2,498 schools with a growth index of 22.0

CTE VoCats Cup for the 9th year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

Winner of Wells Fargo Cup for Best Overall Athletic Program

2015 – 2016:

Mrs. Denise Garison retires as Principal of Jack Britt High School in January 2016 /  Mr. Scott Pope proudly assumes his new position as Principal

CTE VoCats Cup for the 10th year in a row for the Highest Scores in Cumberland County

Football Mid-South Conference Champions / Bryan “Smiley” Bryant – Mid-South Conference Athlete of the Year / LJ Melvin – LB – Mid-South Conference Defensive Player of the Year

#1 in growth  for the state of North Carolina out of 2,514 schools with a growth index of 23.25

Winner of Wells Fargo Cup for Best Overall Athletic Program

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Published by Elsa McBride on August 26, 2016
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