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Gaston County Schools is a public school district located in Gaston County, North Carolina. With 33,000 students enrolled in 54 schools as of the 2008/09 academic year, it is the seventh largest public school district in North Carolina.

Schools

The system is made up of 54 schools: 9 high schools, 11 middle schools, 32 elementary schools, and 2 special schools.

School Directory

High schools (9-12)

Gastonia

Bessemer City

Cherryville

Mount Holly

Dallas

Belmont



Middle schools (6-8)

Gastonia

Belmont

Bessemer City

Cramerton

Cherryville

Dallas

  • W. C. Friday Middle School, Dallasmarker

Lowell

  • Holbrook Middle School, Lowellmarker

Mount Holly

Stanley



Elementary schools

Gastonia

  • Brookside Elementary School
  • Dr. Edward D. Sadler Elementary School
  • Chapel Grove Elementary School
  • Forest Heights Elementary School
  • Gardner Park Elementary School
  • Hawks Nest Intermediate School
  • Lingerfeldt Elementary School
  • New Hope Elementary School
  • Pleasant Ridge Elementary School
  • Rhyne Elementary School
  • Robinson Elementary School
  • Sherwood Elementary School
  • Woodhill Elementary School
  • Hershal H. Beam Elementary School


Belmont

  • Belmont Central School
  • Page Elementary School

Bessemer City

  • Bessemer City Central Elementary School
  • Bessemer City Primary School
  • Tryon Elementary School


Belmont

  • North Belmont Elementary School

Cherryville

  • W.B. Beam Intermediate School
  • Cherryville Elementary School

Dallas

  • Carr Elementary School
  • Costner Elementary School

Lowell

  • Lowell Elementary School

McAdenville

  • McAdenville Elementary School

Mount Holly

  • Pinewood Elementary School
  • Rankin Elementary School

Stanley

  • Kiser Elementary School
  • Springfield Elementary


Special schools

Gastonia




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