Five WCPSS Magnet Schools Earn National Certification
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Five more Wake County Public School System magnet schools have attained National Certification, including three that earned the highest level of certification offered by Magnet Schools of America (MSA).
Nationally certified magnet schools have undergone a rigorous one-year process of self-evaluation and improvement, strengthening their commitment to MSA’s five pillars: Diversity, Innovative Curriculum and Professional Development, Academic Excellence, High-Quality Instructional Systems, and Family and Community Partnerships.
Fox Road International Baccalaureate Magnet Elementary School, Moore Square Gifted and Talented/AIG Basics Magnet Middle School and Broughton Global Studies/Language Immersion Magnet High School received the highest level certification, being named Nationally Certified Demonstration Schools. These schools not only met but exceeded the criteria for excellence in MSA’s five pillars.
Fox Road Magnet Elementary School, Moore Square Magnet Middle School and Broughton Magnet High School are the first WCPSS schools to receive Nationally Certified Demonstration status. Two other WCPSS schools — Martin Gifted and Talented Magnet Middle School and Enloe Gifted and Talented/International Baccalaureate Magnet High School — were named Nationally Certified schools. They join 13 other WCPSS schools that have been nationally certified.