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Part of Forsyth County, the town of Kernersville is located in the heart of the Piedmont Triad between Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem. It is a growing community with an estimated population of 23,000 and the conveniences of a larger city but maintains a small town atmosphere. The town’s got something for everyone and is home to ‘The Strangest House in the world’, known as Korner’s Folly.

Kernersville Schools

Part of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School system, the Kernersville public schools consist of five elementary school, three middle schools and two high schools, Robert B. Glenn High School and East Forsyth High School. Also home to four private schools, such as Brookside Montessori School and Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School, one of only three Catholic high schools in North Carolina.

Schools nearby include Oak Ridge Military Academy, as well as many colleges and universities within driving distance such as Salem College, Wake Forest University, UNC Greensboro, Guilford Technical Community College, High Point University and more.

Kernersville Attractions

A growing and diverse town, Kernersville offers everything you could ask for. You will find a variety of unique shops, salons and restaurants in Downtown, as well as the conveniences of major chain stores and shopping centers. Support local farmers and vendors at the Kernersville Farmer’s Market where you will find farms, nurseries, bakeries, cheese makers and specialty foods producers.

1870 Restored Train Depot in Kernersville NCThe town hosts exciting events year round like the Spring Folly, Music & Mingle, and the Kernersville Downtown New Year’s Eve Spectacular.

Places to experience the town’s history include the 1870’s restored Train Depot and the Triad’s most famous home, Korner’s Folly also known as ‘The Strangest House in the World.’ Korner’s Folly is a home built over 125 years ago by artist, designer, and decorator Jule Gilmer Körner.