Graymont Elementary School
Graymont was the first school in the Birmingham system to be integrated when James Armstrong, who had prevailed in his lawsuit, Armstrong v. Birmingham Board of Education, saw his sons Dwight and Floyd enter school under on September 10, a day after they had been turned away from the door.
In the mid 1990s, the vacant former school was restored and adapted for the offices of the Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity (JCCEO), which operates federally-funded social programs such as pre-kindergarten, adult day care, substance abuse, nutrition, utility assistance, job training, residential weatherization, and family counseling. JCCEO also operates the Arrington Head Start Center, home of Alabama's first public pre-K classroom, from Graymont
- Edward Eubank, 1950s-1961
- "Graymont School takes rank with leaders of city in writing and sportsmanship." (August 12, 1928) The Birmingham News/Birmingham Post-Herald joint edition
- Nelson, Linda (December 6, 2006) "Graymont School". National Register of Historic Places Registration Form, enrolled August 16, 2007
- "JCCEO Celebrates 100th Anniversary and Historic Designation of the Graymont School Building" (Winter 2009) Action News. Community Action Association of Alabama, p. 5