• History of Moore

    Moore School was established in 1951. The school is located off Stratford Road near the Thruway Shopping Center on Knollwood Street. The school board designated Moore as a countywide magnet school in 1971 and the school became known as Moore Alternative School. As part of the county's limited school choice plan implemented in 1999, Moore maintained its countywide magnet status while acquiring a residential component. Its name was changed to Moore Magnet Elementary School and the focus was on Multiple Intelligences. In 2021, the magnet focus was changed to STEAM education to be included in the district STEM/STEAM magnet pathway. From Moore Elementary, students following the magnet pathway might attend Wiley, Hanes, or Philo-Hill magnet middle schools, followed by North Forsyth,  Atkins, or Reynolds high schools.

     

     

    Mission Statement

    Our school strives to promote a culture of literacy and community while meeting the social, emotional, and academic needs of our students through data-driven instruction and integration of STEAM in all content areas. 

    We learn together, lead together, and serve together. We are Moore Together.

     

    Vision Statement

    Moore Magnet provides differentiated instruction for a diverse population by implementing rigorous and innovative lessons using the STEAM framework.

     

    Through STEAM Education, students work collaboratively to inquire, research, brainstorm, create, test, innovate, and share their learning in a safe environment.

     

     

    Awards

    Moore Received NC Academic Growth Award for achieving the goal of expected academic progress for students during the 2021-2022 school year, WS/FCS Certificate of Data Rock Star: Exited Low Performing, WS/FCS Certificate Data Rock Star: Pre-Pandemic SPG

    The "School of Distinction" award for the 2010/2011 and the 2009\2010 School year! We also made ABC growth!

    Moore School has received exemplary status for school years 1996/97, 1997/98, 1998/99, and 1999/2000 on the North Carolina End of Grade tests. Moore received a "School of Distinction" award for the 1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/2000 and 2000/01 school year. Moore received a "School of Excellence" award for the 2001-2002  2002-2003 and 2004-2004 school years. To receive the "School of Excellence" award a school must have a least 90 percent of their students at or above grade level and make expected or high growth on state tests. "School of Excellence"  is North Carolina's top recognition for student performance in the ABCs of Public Education testing program.

Last Modified on January 23, 2024