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Johnson Street Global Studies
johnsonstreet.gcsnc.com/pages/Johnson_Street_Global_Studies | 336-819-2900
About The School
Johnson Street students go to school four additional weeks each year with approximately six weeks for summer vacation. High expectations for all children, along with the additional school days, promote high achievement levels for all students.
Special Academic Programs
Magnet School: International Theme
By the end of eighth grade, students have learned about the economics, education, environmental conditions, cultures, and technologies of their global neighbors on each of the seven continents. Natives of other countries are regular guests in the school, speaking at assemblies and visiting classrooms.
Foreign Language - Spanish
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Opportunities
Career Explorations (6th - 8th Grade)
Clubs & Sponsored Teams
Contact the school directly for more information about clubs and sponsored teams.
Honors & Recognition
Exceeded Growth 2018-2019
Met or Exceeded Growth for 3 Consecutive Years (2016-2019)
Highest Middle School Science Growth in District in 2018
Improved a Proficiency Letter Grade between 17-18 and 18-19 School Years
Four Star ACES Program
National 2015 Magnet School of Excellence
2019 Extraordinary Educator - Coshenda Clark
2020 Extraordinary Educator - Freda Walker
2021 Extraordinary Educator - Valerie Bonde
2018 GCS Media Specialist of the Year - Ashley Morgan
2017 GCS Teacher of the Year Finalist - Kevin Mash
2019 GCS Teacher of the Year Finalist - Coshenda Clark
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2020 GCS Teacher of the Year Finalist – Freda Walker
2018 and 2019 GCS Bronze Award Recipient for Excellence in School Cleanliness
Contact the school directly for more information regarding specific community service projects.
Our fifth grade classes have partnered with Sheriff Rogers of the Guilford County Sheriff’s Department for a monthly reading buddy program. This past week, Sheriff Rogers attended a Zoom session with our fifth grade students and read the book Swish!: The Slam-Dunking, Alley-Ooping, High-Flying Harlem Globetrotters, by Suzanne Slade. Not only did he read the book and show the pictures virtually, but he also reminded our students that they were the pot of gold at the end of the Rainbow and encouraged them to see their worth and value. (A nod to the giant rainbow painted in his office) After the read-aloud session, many of our fifth grade students were able to ask him questions and get to know the personal side of Sheriff Rogers. The classes were surprised by a couple of Sheriff Deputies who showed up at the end of the session and provided goody bags for all students. The classes are already looking forward to next month’s read-aloud session with Sheriff Rogers.
We are so grateful to 5th grade teacher, Jenna Moore, who took the initiative to reach out to Sheriff Rogers to provide a meaningful opportunity for our students. I’m excited to see how this partnership continues to grow and blossom!
After School Care
After school care is not offered at this time.
1601 Johnson St., High Point, NC 27262