From learning Latin and aviation technology to performing Shakespeare and computer coding, Guilford County Schools offers a variety of magnet and high school option programs for students.

Here’s an alphabetical list of programs available and the school’s grade levels:

n Allen Jay Preparatory Academy (5-8) — Offers one-on-one technology and personalized learning opportunities.

n Andrews Early College Academy of Health Sciences and Aviation Academy (9-12) — In the health program, students earn college credit and participate in internships. The aviation program offers job shadowing and a flight simulator to log airplane instruction in students’ own pilot logbooks

n AP Academy at Western High (9-12) Intensive academic programming (regular Advanced Placement courses and special research/seminar courses), including such enrichment activities as college visits and educational trips that foster leadership skills and innovative practices.

n Bluford STEM Academy (K-5) — Hands-on labs with a focus on science, technology, engineering and math.

n Brooks Global Studies (K-5) — Yearly global theme integrated across subjects with grade levels focusing on different countries.

n Brown Summit Middle Center for Advanced Academics (6-8) — The primary goal is to prepare students for honors and Advanced Placement classes in high school. All students study Latin.

n Dudley Early College (9-12) — Students have three path options: early childhood education, health sciences or engineering. They take Honors and Advanced Placement courses for three years at Dudley before taking college-level courses at N.C. A&T (engineering) or Guilford Technical Community College (health sciences and education).

n Early College at Guilford (9-12) — Students complete four years of high school in two years, followed by two years of college coursework.

n Erwin Montessori (K-5) — Students learn through self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play.

n Falkener Elementary International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (K-5) — Focuses on inquiry-based learning; all students taught Spanish for 90 minutes each week.

n Ferndale Middle International Baccalaureate Programme (6-8) — Focuses on inquiry-based learning; students can take Chinese or Spanish.

n General Greene School of Science and Technology (K-5) — Focus on science and technology includes on-site nature trail and fossil pit as well as an outdoor classroom; every grade level completes a service learning project.

n Greensboro College Middle College (11-12) — Offers honors-level curriculum and the opportunity for dual enrollment in high school and college courses.

n Grimsley High International Baccalaureate Programme (9-12) — Encourages critical thinking through the study of traditional disciplines while encouraging an international perspective and the development of core character and learner skills.

n Hairston Middle International Baccalaureate Programme (6-8) — Focuses on inquiry-based learning with STEM integrated.

n Hampton Elementary University Partnership Magnet (K-5) — Partner N.C. A&T provides training for parents and teachers as well as volunteers to help as reading and lunch buddies.

n High Point Central High International Baccalaureate Programme (9-12)— Encourages critical thinking through the study of traditional disciplines while encouraging an international perspective and the development of core character and learner skills.

n Johnson Street Global Studies (K-8) — Each grade level focuses on two countries of study as part of the global focus.

n Jones Elementary Spanish Immersion (K-5) —Children learn Spanish through everyday classroom situations and as part of classes on other subjects.

n Kirkman Park Elementary Spanish Immersion (K-5) — Children learn Spanish through everyday classroom situations and as part of classes on other subjects.

n Montlieu Academy of Technology (K-5) — Students have individual access to iPads in class in a blended learning environment utilizing both traditional and digital learning resources.

n Morehead Elementary Expressive Arts (K-5) — Along with offerings on music, art, drama and other typical arts classes, all students take enrichment classes in Arabic, Spanish and computer coding.

n Murphey Traditional Academy (K-5) — Student-centered instruction focused on the basics of reading, writing, math and science, featuring such programs as “Engineering is Elementary,” Latin classes and “Singapore Math,” which uses a three-step process of concrete, pictorial and abstract examples to teach math concepts.

n Northwood Elementary International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (K-5) — Focuses on inquiry-based learning; all students receive instruction in Chinese up to 90 minutes each week.

n Page High International Baccalaureate Programme (9-12) — Encourages critical thinking through the study of traditional disciplines while encouraging an international perspective and the development of core character and learner skills.

n Parkview Village Expressive Arts Elementary (K-5) — Combines daily arts instruction — dance, drama, visual art and music — with academic subjects.

n Peeler Open School for the Performing Arts (K-5) — Combines arts instruction with “open” learning philosophy that promotes hands-on activities, experimentation rather than rote memorization, and creativity.

n Penn-Griffin School for the Arts (6-12) — Areas of study include orchestra, band, chorus, classical guitar, piano, dance, theater and visual arts.

n Smith High International Baccalaureate Programme (9-12) — Encourages critical thinking through the study of traditional disciplines while encouraging an international perspective and the development of core character and learner skills.

n Southern High Academy (9-12) — Students learn the fields of biomedical technology, nursing, pharmacy, animal science, horticulture, early childhood education, and elementary, middle, and high school education.

n Swann Middle Spanish Immersion and STEM (6-8) — Students learn science, social studies and reading in Spanish; STEM topics include forensic science, 3D printing, engineering and coding.

n The Academy at Lincoln (6-8) — Focuses on global studies and performing arts. All students take Spanish.

n The Academy at Smith (9-12) — Focus is medical careers or electrical trades/pre-engineering. Students can enroll in community college courses and can graduate in four or five years with an associate degree or transferable college credit.

n The Kearns Academy at Central (9-12) — Students work toward meeting graduation requirements while simultaneously seeking an industry certification in health science (i.e., certified nursing assistant) or information/networking technology. Students can enroll in community college courses and can graduate in four or five years with an associate degree or transferable college credit.

n The Middle College at Bennett (9-12) — All-female high school with focus on leadership; students earn dual college credit.

n The Middle College at GTCC-Greensboro (9-12) Students can enroll in community college courses and can graduate in four or five years with an associate degree or transferable college credit. Areas of study include: architectural technology, civil engineering/surveying technology, mechanical engineering/drafting and design technology, electronics engineering technology, telecommunications and network engineering technology, industrial systems technology, industrial electrical/electronics technology, and turf-grass technology.

n The Middle College at GTCC-High Point (9-12) — Students can enroll in community college courses and graduate in four or five years with an associate degree or transferable college credit. Areas of study include human services, simulation game design, theater, entertainment technology and pharmacy technology.

n The Middle College at GTCC-Jamestown (9-13) — Students can enroll in community college courses and graduate in four or five years with an associate degree or transferable college credit.

n The Middle College at N.C. A&T (9-12) — All-male high school with focus on leadership; students earn dual college credit.

n The Middle College at UNCG (9-12) — Focus on health, medical and youth development careers; students earn dual college credit.

n The STEM Early College at N.C. A&T (9-12) — Students complete four years of high school in two years, followed by two years of college coursework with three areas of study: biomedical sciences, renewable energy or engineering.

n Triangle Lake Montessori (K-5) — Students learn through self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play.

n Washington Montessori (K-5) Students learn through self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play.

n Weaver Academy for Performing and Visual Arts (9-12) — Instruction in dance, guitar, music production, piano, strings/music theory, theater, visual arts and vocal music.

n Welborn Academy of Science and Technology (6-8) — Science themes are incorporated throughout each grade level with an emphasis on physical, earth, environmental and life sciences.

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