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Allen Jay Middle
About The School
Special Academic Programs
Allen Jay Preparatory Academy is an academy designed to accelerate students on the pathway to college while providing a supportive and engaging environment where middle schools students can thrive. The five pillars of the Academy include: Effort, Rigor, Leadership, Character, and Innovative Instruction.
Scholars at Allen Jay Preparatory Academy develop strong character and leadership skills that can be utilized to serve others in the home, school, and community.. Music and movement are utilized in the classroom on a daily basis. Scholars are taught the necessary habits of effective leadership and are offered opportunities to lead and serve in their school and community. Staff identify current levels of performance of all incoming scholars and match services to ensure they are on the pathway toward college before leaving the Academy and progressing to high school.
Free Additional Schooling
Rising 5th grade students in Guilford County Schools (GCS) are eligible to apply and transportation is provided throughout the district for all accepted students.
Only 100 students will be selected each year
Students will receive an additional 45 minutes of instruction per day when compared to traditional middle school schedules.
The school day begins at 8:00am for all students and dismissal is at 3:45pm.
Students also attend an additional 20 school days during the year.
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Opportunities
One to One Tablet Program
Soccer (Boys and Girls)
Volleyball (Boys and Girls)
Basketball (Boys and Girls)
Track and Field (Boys and Girls)
Clubs & Sponsored Teams
Contact the school directly for more information and list of clubs and sponsored teams.
Contact the school directly for more information regarding specific community service projects.
Honors & Recognition
2016 GCS Principal of the Year - Kevin Wheat
High Point School News
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