• North Brook Elementary has approximately 365 students. About 10% of our students have military connections. Each year, we have a Veterans Day Celebration to recognize and honor any family members who are currently serving or have previously done. This year we also collected prepackaged snacks as part of our Care Packages for Troops in Poland initiative. One of our teachers has a son who is currently stationed in Poland. He is a former North Brook student and has strong ties to our community. Our families want to stay connected to his Troop. Students who experience emotional or social issues can ask to meet with our school counselor. Our goal is to help students work through any problems that may prevent them from focusing on their academic work. Parents are also encouraged to reach out to the school at any time to address issues that they see at home.

  • NC Student Opportunities

    The Governor's School of North Carolina - The Governor’s School is a five-and-one-half-week summer residential program for intellectually gifted high school students. The program, is open to rising seniors only, with exceptions made for rising juniors in selected performing/visual arts areas. Students are nominated in the fall of their junior year to attend the following summer. Click here for more information.

    Duke Tip Program - Duke TIP helps gifted students discover their abilities, explore new academic challenges, and celebrate their accomplishments. Each year Duke Tip offers a talent search for students in Grades 4th - 7th as well as specialized camps and learning opportunities. Students enrolled in 7th Grade and AIG (Gifted Services) can register for the Duke Tip Talent Search. Click here for more information.

    North Carolina School of Science and Math (NCSSM) - NCSSM is a free residential and online program in Durham, NC, for talented rising 11th-12th graders with an interest in STEM. Students interested in applying should complete their applications in the fall of their sophomore year. Click here for more information.

    Credit to Moore County Schools