Moore Square GT/AIG Magnet Middle School is located in the heart of downtown Raleigh. Students participate in three elective classes daily that span a wide range of topics from Chinese to Orchestra to Modern Dance. Through daily electives, students explore topics of their interest and identify their unique gifts and talents. By the end of their middle school experience, students have not only gained confidence in themselves, but have also had a robust and diverse learning experience creating a well rounded student poised to succeed in high school... more
Moore Square Gifted and Talented/AIG Basics Magnet Middle School is a collaborative learning community committed to providing a rigorous learning environment that nurtures the gifts and talents of each child while preparing them for a 21st Century global society.
This message will include information for both this coming week and the week after Thanksgiving. We will not send a weekly message at the end of this coming week. As a reminder, Moore Square will be closed Wednesday through Friday for the Thanksgiving holiday. Classes will resume on Monday, December 2nd.
Moore Square is excited to welcome business leaders from across the state as well as Governor Roy Cooper on Monday. We are lucky to serve as the host for the NCBCE Business Immersion Event. Not only will we host the event, members of the faculty will participate in a panel discussion. But even better, every student will have a guest speaker in their 5th period class talk about a variety of businesses and industries and highlight the importance of being collaborative problem solvers! Monday should be an exciting day!
Moore Square 7th graders had the privilege of hearing from veterans during Social Studies on Friday. To those who came to speak, thank you for sharing your story with our students. Thank you to all veterans, active duty members and those in the reserves for your service and sacrifice. We appreciate you and hold you and your families close
Follow First Friday at Moore Square by going to the Contemporary Art Museum. Our CAM docents are excited to talk to you about the current art exhibit "Viva Viclas: The Art of the Low-Rider Motorcycles" as well as other artworks, 6pm-8pm. Located at 409 West Martin Street.
The Project SEARCH program is a unique one-year school-to-work program specifically for Wake County Public School System high school students with disabilities whose goal is competitive employment.
The application deadline for Early College programs such as Vernon Malone College and Career Academy is Dec. 16.
Overall, only about 1% of Wake County Public School System students will be impacted in each of the two years of this plan.