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All About Greensboro
Greensboro, North Carolina
Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point is ranked as the 40th “Most Fun U.S. City” in a survey conducted in 2003 by Cranium Inc. Factors taken into account in the ranking include: the number of sports teams, restaurants, dance performances, toy stores, the amount of a city’s budget that is spent on recreation, and other factors. Greensboro is also a past winner of the coveted “All-America City Award” from the National Civic League.Source
Things To Do In Greensboro:
Come Spend A Day In Greensboro!
Greensboro is bursting with many cultural attractions such as the ACC Hall of Champions, the Greensboro Science Center, the Greensboro Historical Museum and the popular Greensboro Coliseum event complex.Source
Education in Greensboro
About Greensboro Educational System
While perhaps not raised and educated in Greensboro, NC, more than 88.7% of residents have earned high school diplomas or higher, with 36.6% having graduated with a college degree or higher.Source
History of Greensboro:
Greensboro is rich in history!
Greensboro was started as a planned community with the name of Greensborough in the early 1800’s. It is named after General Nathanael Greene, commander of the American forces at the Battle of Guilford Court House during the American Revolutionary War.Source
Check out Greensboro’s Neighborhood
Greensboro is part of the Piedmont Triad (which also includes Winston-Salem and High Point) and is nicknamed the “Gate City” with good reason: It’s a short jaunt to and from all the major cities in North Carolina.Source
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