Moore County Public High Schools

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There are 4 public high schools in Moore County, North Carolina, serving 2,726 students.
Minority enrollment is 35% of the student body (majority Black), which is less than the North Carolina state average of 48%.
The student:teacher ratio of 16:1 is more than the state average of 14:1.

Moore County Public High Schools

  • School Location Grades Students
  • RobbinsNorth Moore High School
    1504 North Moore Rd
    RobbinsNC 27325
    (910)464-3105
    Gr. 9-12 | 615 students                      
  • CarthagePinckney Academy
    Alternative School
    160 Pinckney Rd
    CarthageNC 28327
    (910)947-2603
    Alternative School

    Gr. 6-12 | 29 students                      
  • Southern PinesPinecrest High School
    1 Negative Reviews
    250 Voit Gilmore Ln
    Southern PinesNC 28387
    (910)692-6554
    Gr. 9-12 | 2082 students                      
  • Eagle SpringsSamarkand Manor School
    Alternative School
    3600 Samarcand Rd
    Eagle SpringsNC 27242
    (910)673-3756
    Alternative School

    Gr. 6-12 | n/a students                      

County Statistics

About This County (Moore) County Statistics (NC) State Statistics
Population (Approximate) 85,934 people 9,242,160 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 29% 24%
Median Household Income n/a $41,544
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