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Rosa Parks attended a one-room school in Pine Level, Ala. as a young child. From there, she attended many segregated schools throughout Montgomery, Ala., including the Industrial School for Girls.

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Rosa Parks attended a rural school in Pine Level, Alabama until she was eleven years old. She was then enrolled at the Montgomery Industrial School for Girls. Rosa Parks was born in 1913, and ...

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ROSA LOUISE PARKS BIOGRAPHY. Rosa Louise Parks was nationally recognized as the “mother of the modern day civil rights movement” in America. Her refusal to surrender her seat to a white male passenger on a Montgomery, Alabama bus, December 1, 1955, triggered a wave of protest December 5, 1955 that reverberated throughout the United States.

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Rosa Parks was born Rosa Louise McCauley in Tuskegee, Alabama, on February 4, 1913, to Leona (née Edwards), a teacher, and James McCauley, a carpenter. She was of Cherokee-Creek descent with one of her great-grandmothers having been a documented Native American slave. Additionally, she had a Scots-Irish great-grandfather.

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Rosa Parks attended a rural school in Pine Level, Alabama until she was eleven years old. She was then enrolled at the Montgomery Industrial School for Girls. Rosa Parks was born in 1913, and ...

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In August 1955, Rosa Parks attended a two-week workshop at Highlander Folk School on implementing school desegregation. Founded in the 1930s by Myles Horton as an adult organizer training school, Highlander sought to build local leadership for social change.

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Rosa Parks did not go to college. She attended a secondary school that was organized by the Alabama State Teachers College for Negroes, but she left in 11th grade at age 16 in 1929 to care for her ailing mother and grandmother.

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All students living in the Rosa Parks Elementary community are eligible to attend. The current boundaries include the Redmond Ridge and Redmond Ridge East developments.

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Rosa's mother wanted her to get a high school education, but this wasn't easy for an African-American girl living in Alabama in the 1920s. After finishing up elementary school at Pine Level she attended the Montgomery Industrial School for Girls. Then she attended the Alabama State Teacher's College in order to try and get her high school diploma.

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The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, John Lewis, and Eleanor Roosevelt found inspiration for the modern civil rights movement there. Opponents of its causes tried to close the school. Continued (Back) Following a 1959–1960 trial in Grundy County, the State of Tennessee revoked the school's charter.