District Calendars for Students and Staff
Guilford County Schools offers great options and choices for our students, from extended-year schools to high schools located on college campuses. Our range of choices means students may be on different academic calendars. For example, early and middle college students take classes at local universities, so those schools follow the university calendars.
How are GCS calendars created?
North Carolina law lays out specific guidelines for school district calendars. Details include requiring schools to start no earlier than the Monday closest to Aug. 26 and to end no later than the Friday closest to June 11. Click here for more information on the legislation.
In GCS, calendars are created by a calendar committee, comprised of parents, community/faith representatives, teachers, principals and district personnel.
Read more about state laws and regulations governing school calendars.
2020-21 School Calendars
2021-22 School Calendars
Applies to Academy at Smith; Kearns Academy; Middle College at Bennett; Middle Colleges at GTCC-Greensboro, High Point, Jamestown; Middle College at NC A&T; STEM Early College at NC A&T; Greensboro College Middle College
Applies to Bessemer Elementary, Bluford STEM Academy, Cone Elementary, Falkener Elementary, Ferndale Middle, Foust Elementary, Frazier Elementary, Gillespie Park Elementary, Hairston Middle, Jackson Middle, Vandalia Elementary, Welborn Middle, Wiley Elementary, Fairview Elementary, Northeast Middle, Washington Elementary, Alderman Elementary, Oak View Elementary, Sedgefield Elementary, Montlieu Academy of Technology, Eastern Middle, Swann Middle and Western Middle.