Onslow County Schools

Onslow County residents vote next week on a bond referendum to allocate 75 million dollars for security upgrades, major maintenance projects and the replacement of two schools built in the 1920’s.  

Next Tuesday, November 5th, voters in Onslow County will decide the fate of a bond referendum allocating 75 million dollars for the school system.  The money will be used for security upgrades, major maintenance projects and the replacement of two schools built in the 1920’s.  Associate Superintendent for Human Resources Barry Collins says the need for improvements is great.