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  • The average public school diversity score in North Carolina is approximately 0.50 per year (2018-19).
  • The most diverse public schools are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The most diverse school in North Carolina is currently East Robeson Primary, with a diversity score of 0.78.

Most Diverse Public Schools in North Carolina (2018-19)

  • School Diversity Score Grades Location
  • LumbertonEast Robeson Primary
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-34840 7th Street Road
    LumbertonNC 28358
    (910)671-6055

  • Lumber BridgeSandy Grove Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.76
    Grades: 6-8300 Chason Road
    Lumber BridgeNC 28357
    (910)875-3559

  • Lumber BridgeSandy Grove Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.76
    Grades: PK-58452 North Old Wire Road
    Lumber BridgeNC 28357
    (910)875-6008

  • High PointAllen Jay Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.76
    Grades: PK-51311 East Springfield Road
    High PointNC 27263
    (336)434-8490

  • Saint PaulsSaint Pauls High School
    Diversity Score: 0.76
    Grades: 9-12648 North Stage Rd
    Saint PaulsNC 28384
    (910)865-4177

  • LumbertonPsrc Early College At Rcc High School
    Diversity Score: 0.76
    Grades: 9-135160 Fayetteville Road
    LumbertonNC 28360
    (910)737-5232

  • RaleighWake Early College Of Health And Science High School
    Diversity Score: 0.76
    Grades: 9-132901 Holston Lane
    RaleighNC 27610
    (919)212-5800

  • HallsboroHallsboro Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.76
    Grades: 6-889 School Road
    HallsboroNC 28442
    (910)646-4192

  • LumbertonLittlefield Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: 4-89674 Nc Hwy 41 N
    LumbertonNC 28358
    (910)671-6065

  • HickoryLongview Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: PK-5737 12th Street Sw
    HickoryNC 28602
    (828)485-0975

  • LexingtonPickett Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: 1-5200 Biesecker Road
    LexingtonNC 27292
    (336)242-1546

  • CaryKingswood Elementary SchoolMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: PK-5200 E. Johnson Street
    CaryNC 27513
    (919)460-3481

  • HallsboroHallsboro-artesia Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: PK-51337 Giles Byrd Road
    HallsboroNC 28442
    (910)646-3510

  • AshevilleJohnston Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: K-4230 Johnston Boulevard
    AshevilleNC 28806
    (828)232-4291

  • LumbertonJanie C Hargrave Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: PK-4100 Hargrave St
    LumbertonNC 28358
    (910)671-6060

  • RaleighWashington Elementary SchoolMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: K-51000 Fayetteville St
    RaleighNC 27601
    (919)856-7960

  • LumbertonLumberton Senior High School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: 9-123901 Fayetteville Rd
    LumbertonNC 28358
    (910)671-6050

  • ParktonParkton Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: PK-8400 North Green Street
    ParktonNC 28371
    (910)858-3951

  • CaryWeatherstone Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: PK-51000 Olde Weatherstone Way
    CaryNC 27513
    (919)380-6988

  • RaleighEnloe High SchoolMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: 9-12128 Clarendon Crescent
    RaleighNC 27610
    (919)856-7918

  • CaryNorthwoods Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: PK-58850 Chapel Hill Road
    CaryNC 27513
    (919)460-3491

  • LaurinburgScotland Early College High School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: 9-131700 Dogwood Mile
    LaurinburgNC 28352
    (910)277-3951

  • Winston SalemSouth Fork Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: PK-54332 Country Club Road
    Winston SalemNC 27104
    (336)703-4231

  • CharlotteRandolph Middle SchoolMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: 6-84400 Water Oak Rd
    CharlotteNC 28211
    (980)343-6700

  • HickorySouthwest Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: PK-51580 32nd Street Sw
    HickoryNC 28602
    (828)324-8884

  • New BernTrent Park Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.74
    Grades: K-52500 Educational Drive
    New BernNC 28562
    (252)514-6481

  • Saint PaulsSaint Pauls Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 6-8526 W Shaw St
    Saint PaulsNC 28384
    (910)865-4070

  • LexingtonSouthwest Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 1-5434 Central Avenue
    LexingtonNC 27292
    (336)242-1548

  • LumbertonL Gilbert Carroll Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 4-6300 Bailey Rd
    LumbertonNC 28358
    (910)671-6098

  • CameronShughart Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 6-84780 Camel Road, Bldg L1017
    CameronNC 28326
    (910)907-0211

  • RaleighWake Young Men's Leadership Academy
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 6-12567 East Hargett St
    RaleighNC 27601
    (919)664-5644

  • GreensboroSouthern Guilford Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 6-85747 Drake Rd
    GreensboroNC 27406
    (336)674-4266

  • High PointFerndale Middle SchoolMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 6-8701 Ferndale Boulevard
    High PointNC 27262
    (336)819-2855

  • Hope MillsC Wayne Collier Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: PK-53522 Sturbridge Drive
    Hope MillsNC 28348
    (910)424-7200

  • GreensboroPilot Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: PK-54701 Chimney Springs Drive
    GreensboroNC 27407
    (336)316-5820

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