Brown Summit Middle Browns Summit, NC 27214


Brown Summit Middle - School Profile

Brown Summit Middle
4720 NC Highway 150 East
Browns Summit, NC 27214

Phone: (336) 656-0432

School Type: Regular
School Level: Middle School
School Status: Operational

School District: Guilford County Schools
County: Guilford County

Location: Rural, Fringe

Enrollment Information (2013-2014 school year)

Students: 239
Teachers: 11
Student-Teacher Ratio: 21.6 to 1

Lowest Grade in School: 06
Highest Grade in School: 08

Students by Grade
Grade 6: 82
Grade 7: 78
Grade 8: 79

Helpful Resources


Brown Summit Middle - School Boundaries Map (School Attendance Zone)

BIG Map |  Driving Directions 


Nearby Public Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Monticello-Brown Summit Elem, NC (1.4 miles ENE)
Reedy Fork Elementary, NC (2.7 miles S)
Northern Guilford Elementary, NC (3.9 miles WNW)
Northeast Guilford Middle, NC (3.9 miles SSE)
Northeast Guilford High, NC (4.1 miles SSE)
Madison Elementary, NC (4.5 miles S)
Brightwood Elementary, NC (5.1 miles SSW)
Northern Guilford High, NC (5.8 miles W)
Northern Guilford Middle, NC (6 miles W)
Rankin Elementary, NC (7.1 miles SSW)

Nearby Private Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Canterbury School, NC (7 miles SW)
Community Baptist School, NC (7.6 miles NNE)
Youth Focus Mell-Burton School, NC (8 miles S)
The, Increase Learning Center, NC (10.2 miles NNE)
Carolina Baptist Academy, NC (10.4 miles N)
Noble Academy, NC (10.6 miles WSW)
Caldwell Academy, NC (11.5 miles WSW)
Greensboro Montessori School, NC (11.6 miles WSW)

North Carolina Research Tools

North Carolina Census Data Comparison Tool

Compare North Carolina Census Data
Highest or Lowest:
Puerto Rico’s Forgotten Island Vieques Needs Help

Puerto Rico’s Forgotten Island Vieques Needs Help

In the very early morning hours of September 20, 2017, the eyewall of Hurricane Maria passed over the tiny island of Vieques, Puerto Rico as a Category 5 hurricane, before moving westwards to mainland Puerto Rico. Maria ravaged the 60-square mile island with sustained winds of over 150 MPH and storm surges of over 12 feet, destroying homes, local businesses and causing widespread devastation.

Learn how you can help now!