HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. -- A growing charter school in Huntersville opened its high school Monday.

Corvian Community Schools already had elementary and middle school students and used bond money to pay for the new facility.

There is a Blackbox Theater and several art rooms and students will be allowed to bring in their own laptops to get used to technology in the classroom and prepare them for college.

"I don't have to worry. I have no fears or anxiety about her being here because i know she's in the right place,” Tracie Irvin, a parent.

This year, the school will only have freshman students.

Classes and teachers will be added each year to keep up with the Class of 2022, eventually making the community schools grades K-12.