Area Public Schools in Charlotte, NC near Berewick

Berewick residents are served by Berewick Elementary School, Kennedy Middle School and Olympic Community of Schools. Click here for more information on Charlotte-Mecklenburg public schools.

The Charlotte area also offers Berewick homeowners a variety of private schools.

Berewick Elementary
5910 Dixie River Road, Charlotte, N.C.  28278
(980) 344-1010
Grades K-5
Principal: Cheryl Turner

Berewick Elementary School

This new elementary school within the Berewick neighborhood opened August 2009. Parents can get involved in the PTA or the School Leadership Team (SLT), a committee composed of parents, teachers, school administrators and the PTA President. The SLT develops strategies for Berewick Elementary to continue achieving excellence. The new Berewick Recreation Center serves as the school’s gym, while also offering a variety of programs and activities to the public.

Robert F. Kennedy Middle
4000 Gallant Lane, Charlotte, N.C.  28273
(980) 343-5540
Grades 6-8
Principal: Alicia McCree Springs

Kennedy Middle is a magnet school with smaller than average class sizes for grades 6 and 7, and an average size for grade 8. As a result, teachers are able to provide students more personal attention. The Kennedy Middle motto is “Striving for Excellence,” and administration and staff share a vision to become one of the top-performing middle schools in the school system.

Olympic Community of Schools
4301 Sandy Porter Road, Charlotte, N.C.  28273
(980) 343-1101
Grades 9-12

Olympic Community of Schools joined the Coalition of Essential Schools in 2005 with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Olympic is divided into five small, theme-based schools: The School of Biotechnology, Health and Public Administration; The School of International Business and Communication Studies; The School of International Studies and Global Economics; The School of Math, Engineering, Science and Technology; and The Renaissance School.

Four of Olympic’s schools were recently named to Newsweek Magazine’s “Best High Schools in America” list, and The School of Math, Engineering, Technology and Science was in the top 200.