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Grades 6-8: Kannapolis Middle School (Eagles; kelly green and navy blue) (founded 1981, moved to current facility in 2005) Grades 9-12: A.L. Brown High School (Wonders; kelly green and White) (founded 1924 as J. W. Cannon High School, renamed and moved to current facility in 1952) Elementary Schools Forest Park Elementary Shady Brook Elementary
Kannapolis City Schools is the primary school system for the city. Two additional systems also serve its jurisdiction: Cabarrus County Schools and Rowan–Salisbury School System . Faith Christian Academy (FCA) is a private, non-profit Christian educational institution that is operated by Faith Baptist Church.
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The school was originally opened in 1923 as Centerview Colored School  and was the first official school building for African-Americans in Kannapolis. In 1936, the buildings were augmented with an auditorium and an 8 room brick addition, and renamed after George Washington Carver. The school served students in grades K-12.
1950–51 – A. L. Brown High School is constructed 50 yd southeast of Cannon High. Cannon High becomes J. W. Cannon Junior High School. 1957 – An 8-classroom science wing is added to the west end of the main building. 1958 – The W. J. Bullock Physical Education Building is constructed.
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The Cabarrus County School System services all of the county with the exception of parts of Kannapolis, which operates the Kannapolis City Schools. The system is generally regarded as one of the better school districts in the state, with high student achievement and low instances of violence and other problems.