The SCORE Center (est.1999) is located inside of the Booker T. Washington Learning Center at 401 Moss St. Reidsville, North Carolina. We are a K-12 alternative school. Students assigned to the SCORE Center come from RCS middle schools and high schools, as well as from other alternative schools or alternative programs outside of our district. Our goal is to assist students with transitioning back into the traditional school environment through a focus on behavior and academic success. We address at-risk students' needs through small class sizes, a very structured environment, and a wide range of support systems.
We are a PBIS school and have been awarded Exemplar Status for four of the last five years, including the 2017-18 school year. For more information on PBIS, please see our page on the PBIS program at Score.
401 Moss St.
Reidsville, NC 27320
Phone (336) 634-3209
Principal: Mr. Jonathan Williams
Secretary/Bookkeeper: Ms. Michelle Daniels-Chestnut
The Booker T. Washington Learning Center/ SCORE Center is located at 401 Moss Street.
From Eden: Take Highway 14 East to 29 Business/Freeway Drive. Turn right on Freeway Drive and proceed to the first traffic light at the intersection of Moss/Wentworth Street. Turn left at Moss Street and proceed around the curve and up the hill to the BTWLC campus.
Or, take Highway 87 to Highway 65. Turn left on 65/87 and proceed to Business 29. Go under the roadway and turn left onto Freeway Drive/Business 29 (toward Danville). At the first light, turn right at Moss Street and proceed around the curve and up the hill to the BTWLC campus.
From Madison, Mayodan, Stoneville: Take Highway 704 East to 65 through Wentworth. Follow Hwy. 65/87 to Reidsville and proceed to Business 29. Go under the roadway and turn left onto Freeway Drive/Business 29 (toward Danville). Turn right at Moss street at the first light. Continue around the curve and up the hill to the BTWLC campus.
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The MISSION of the SCORE Center is to provide an alternative educational setting in a safe, nurturing learning environment. We stress respect for self and others, and we recognize that all children have the potential to be successful.
To lead us toward our mission, our school community shares the following beliefs:
All children can learn, and it is our responsibility to meet their learning needs.
We must and will set high and consistent expectations for ourselves and our students.
We agree to be consistent in following a structured Code of Discipline.
BELIEFS of the SCORE Center
Our school community shares the following beliefs:
We believe all students can learn, achieve, and succeed.
We believe students learn best in a safe, secure, respectful, and nurturing environment.
We believe there should be mutual respect among administrators, teachers, parents, and students.
We believe that the school environment should be a model for the development of strong community and personal values.
We believe teachers, parents, students, and community must share the responsibility for the development of strong community and personal values.
We believe a quality education should be provided for all students regardless of race, creed, or gender.
We believe students need to take responsibility for their role in the learning process.
We believe students should be motivated and challenged to rise to their highest level of achievement.
We believe instructional practices should incorporate learning activities that reflect differences in learning styles.
We believe students should develop critical thinking skills that will enable them to make sound decisions concerning their future.
The Booker T. Washington High School Heritage Association maintains a mini-museum within the BTW Learning Center. The museum houses photos, artifacts, and information about past principals, teachers, students and sports teams throughout the school’s history. The Booker T. Washington High School served African-American students of Reidsville and Rockingham County until it closed in 1969 after Rockingham County schools integrated. The Booker T students went to Reidsville High School and BTW became Reidsville Junior High. Some of the items housed in the museum date as far back as 1887 and include artifacts such as old band instruments, black and white yearbook photos, microscopes, and team memorabilia.