Guilford County Schools

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Guilford County Schools
Guilford County Schools (logo).jpg
Location
Guilford County, North Carolina
District information
MottoStriving. Achieving. Excelling.
SuperintendentSharon Contreras
Schools
  • 67 elementary[1]
  • 22 middle schools[1]
  • 26 high schools[1]
  • 7 alternative[1]
Students and staff
Students72,196[2]
Faculty10,394 (9524 full-time)[2]
Other information
Websitewww.gcsnc.com

Guilford County Schools is a school district in the state of North Carolina. The state's third largest district, it serves Greensboro and High Point.

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Alamance Elementary
  • Alderman Elementary
  • Allen Jay Elementary
  • Archer Elementary
  • Bessemer Elementary
  • Bluford Elementary
  • Brightwood Elementary
  • Brooks Global Studies
  • Claxton Elementary
  • Colfax Elementary
  • Cone Elementary
  • Erwin Elementary
  • Fairview Elementary
  • Falkener Elementary
  • Florence Elementary
  • Foust Elementary
  • Frasier Elementary
  • General Greene Elementary
  • Gibsonville Elementary
  • Gillespie Park Elementary
  • Guilford Elementary
  • Hampton Academy
  • Hunter Elementary
  • Irving Park Elementary
  • Jamestown Elementary
  • Jefferson Elementary
  • Jesse Wharton Elementary
  • Johnson Street Global Studies
  • Jones Elementary
  • Joyner Elementary
  • Kirkman Park Elementary
  • Lindley Elementary
  • Madison Elementary
  • Mcleansville Elementary
  • Millis Road Elementary
  • Monticello-Brown Summit Elementary
  • Montlieu Elementary Academy of Technology
  • Morehead Elementary
  • Murphy Traditional Academy
  • Nathanael Greene Elementary
  • Northern Elementary
  • Northwood Elementary
  • Oak Hill Elementary
  • Oak Ridge Elementary
  • Oak View Elementary
  • Parkview Elementary
  • Pearce Elementary
  • Peck Elementary
  • Peeler Open Elementary
  • Pilot Elementary
  • Pleasant Garden Elementary
  • Rankin Elementary
  • Reedy Fork Elementary
  • Sedalia Elementary
  • Sedgefield Elementary
  • Shadybrook Elementary
  • Southern Elementary
  • Southwest Elementary
  • Sternberger Elementary
  • Stokesdale Elementary
  • Summerfield Elementary
  • Sumner Elementary
  • Triangle Lake Montessori Elementary
  • Union Hill Elementary
  • Vandalia Elementary
  • Washington Elementary
  • Wiley Elementary

Middle schools[edit]

  • Allen Middle
  • Aycock Middle
  • Brown Summit Middle
  • Eastern Guilford Middle
  • Ferndale Middle
  • Guilford Middle
  • Hairston Middle
  • Jackson Middle
  • Jamestown Middle
  • Johnson Street Global Studies
  • Kernodle Middle
  • Kiser Middle
  • Academy at Lincoln
  • Mendenhall Middle
  • Northeast Guilford Middle
  • Northern Guilford Middle
  • Northwest Guilford Middle
  • Penn-Griffin School for the Arts
  • Southeast Guilford Middle
  • Southern Guilford Middle
  • Southwest Guilford Middle
  • Welborn Academy of Science and Technology

High schools[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-01-12. Retrieved 2007-02-24.
  2. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-02. Retrieved 2010-05-08.

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