You want your children to have the best of everything, education included. And when you're moving to a new place, finding great schools for them is doubly important. Don't fret. Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Carolinas' Schools Guide is here to help. Winston-Salem has a variety of quality private and public schools from which to choose. We have highlighted a view of theses here.
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Providing a nurturing and secure environment which promotes the physical, emotional, social and intellectual development of children ages18 months - 12 years has been the goal of the Montessori Children School Of Winston-Salem for over 40 years.
A private school serving children ages 2 - grade 12, Forsyth Country Day School strives to offer one of the finest college-preparatory educational experiences in the nation.
With 18 excellent middle schools in Forsyth County to choose from, your child is sure to get a quality education. So why Hanes Magnet School? The anser is simple: Hanes has a proven track record of providing a rigorous but reasonable advanced curriculum to prepare students for AP classes on the high school level and to prepare them for admission to competitive universities.
This technology magnet school houses three separate academies: Biotechnology, Computer Technology, and Pre-Engineering. In them, students can choose college-style majors, and tailor their educations to their fields of interest. When it comes to clubs, extra-curriculars, and electives, Atkins has a wide variety.
Students and parents alike have plenty of good things to say about Winston-Salem's Quality Education Academy. This PK-12 charter school gives students and teachers the opportunity to really get to know each other, and offers free tutoring for struggling students. Graduates emerge well prepared for the rigors of both college and career.