The Schools

The schools listed below are NEA’s Priority Schools Campaign Intensive Support Sites.

Alabama
Montgomery
Bellingrath Middle School
Capitol Heights Middle School
Southlawn Middle School

Arizona
Tucson
Howenstine High School

California
Hayward
Burbank Elementary School

Moreno Valley
March Mountain High School

Pomona
Fremont Academy of Engineering

San Bernardino
Davidson Elementary School

San Juan Bautista
San Juan School (K-8)

Stockton
Roosevelt Elementary School

Colorado
Denver
Math Science Learning Academy

Georgia
Augusta
Laney High School
T.W. Josey High School
Glenn Hills High School

Indiana
Evansville
Glenwood Leadership Academy
Evans (Howard Roosa) Elementary School
McGary Middle School

Iowa
Des Moines
North High School

Maine
North Anson
Carrabec High School

Michigan
Saginaw
Arthur Hill High School
Thompson Middle School

Romulus
Romulus Middle School

Nevada
Las Vegas
Kit Carson Elementary School
Rancho High School

North Carolina
High Point
Oak Hill Elementary School

Ohio
Dayton
Belmont High School

Columbus
G. Linden-McKinley High School

Oklahoma
Tulsa
Central High School

Oregon
Salem
Roberts High School
Early College High School

Portland
Roosevelt High School

Pennsylvania
Sharon Hill
Academy Park High School

Utah
Salt Lake City
Glendale Middle School

Washington
Seattle
Cleveland High School
Hawthorne Elementary School
W. Seattle Elementary School

Spokane
Rogers High School

Marysville
Totem Middle School
Quil Ceda and Tulalip Elementary Schools

List updated February 7, 2012

Spotlight

Classroom Superheroes

Educators in priority schools are rising to a superhero challenge every single day. Nominate educators in your community and support others at classroomsuperheroes.com

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PSC Superhero Keith G. Pemberton

Keith G. Pemberton is a social worker at Oak Hill Elementary School in High Point, N.C., where he has built a strong and steady pipeline for parental involvement, specifically among fathers and male mentors. Check out his Classroom Superhero profile and leave some words of encouragement.

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