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Public Schools in the Triangle

If you're moving to the Triangle with children, you might be wondering how the schools are. The Triangle area actually has some of the best schools in the state, as well as three top-tier research universities—all within thirty minutes of each other. This unique atmosphere has fostered an atmosphere of learning and collaboration you just won't find anywhere else.

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Interested in buying a home in the Triangle? Read on to learn about the dynamic opportunities for education in this part of the state.

What Schools Are in the Triangle?

As a hub of research and post-secondary education, the Triangle area of North Carolina is home to phenomenal schools. Teachers in this part of the state area highly trained, and it's reflected in the caliber of instruction they provide. Whether you're looking for a private or public elementary, middle, or high school, you'll find an institution of learning that meets all of your needs.

Quick Facts About the Triangle's Districts

Wake County Public Schools

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Serves:Raleigh, Cary, Apex, and Wake Forest

Number of Students:159,549

Durham Public Schools

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Number of Students:34,000

Johnston County Schools

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Serves:Angier, Clayton, and Smithfield

Number of Students:34,000

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools

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Serves:Chapel Hill & Carrboro

Number of Students:12,237

Franklin County Schools

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Serves:Franklinton and Louisburg

Number of Students:8,500

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