Aycock Middle School along with the War Memorial Stadium, the Greensboro Farmers' Curb Market, and the Vaught House are all points of interest in the Charles B. Aycock Neighborhood. Aycock'hood, as it is referred, is located less than a mile northeast of downtown Greensboro along Summit Avenue. This historic neighborhood which was called home to many of Greensboro's middle class residents was developed in the late 19th century after Charles Brantley Aycock, a North Carolina Governor. Aycock was born November 1, 1859 in Nahunta which today is called Fremont. During his term in office, he was known as the "Education Governor". His greatest achievements in the field of education included increasing teachers' salaries, extending the school terms, and building close to 3000 schools. Aycock died April 4, 1912, while campaigning for the United State Senate. Aycock Middle School is now home to Greensboro's first Spanish Immersion and Science and Technology middle school program.
Aycock Middle School
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