What is the Home Base Student Portal?

  • The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Home Base Student Portal provides access to real-time information including attendance, grades, detailed assignment descriptions, and teacher comments. A student’s access to Home Base is through the password protected "Student Portal" at my.ncedcloud.org

Common Questions

  • How can I obtain a Student Portal Account?

    If you are a Middle or High School Student, you can obtain your username and default password via your school Data Manager. Please note: Your school may have a process in place where account information will be distributed via one of your teachers.

    How do I Login?

    Visit My NCEdCloud Website and follow these steps: 

    • NCEdCloud Username =  Your PowerSchool number
    • Password = Your default password given to you by your school (1st Time only)
    • Click on the HB - SIS - Student - LEA - 681 Button

    Once you receive your username and password, watch the video below to learn how to sign in to and use the Home Base Student Portal. If a 6-12th grade student has not logged into Home Base before, they must first claim their account.

     

  • Is the Student Portal Available for Elementary Schools?

    At this time, our elementary schools are not using Home Base's PowerTeacher Gradebook, therefore the Parent/Student Portal is not available this school year.  We look forward to introducing this feature of Home Base to our Elementary Schools in the future.

    How can I access student data on a mobile device?

    CHCCS has enabled a feature that allows PowerSchool mobile device apps to discover our PowerSchool servers. Because PowerSchool allows access to student data, it is highly recommended that all users passcode protect these apps. 

    Without a passcode, practically all information on your mobile device may be viewable by anyone who gets their hands on it. This includes email and student information! To configure a passcode on iPhones and iPads, go to Settings > General > Passcode Lock. Visit the Apple Support Page to learn more.

    Android devices vary, but you should be able to set a passcode in Settings. Once in Settings, look for Security, Lock Screen, or Screen Lock. 

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