Wake County Schools contains 191 schools and 163,404 students.
|Average Daily Membership (2020-21 Month 2 )||157,673*|
|Total number of schools (2020-21)||194|
Wake County is home to 76 private schools with an enrollment of 17,547 students. For more information about Private Schools, including a list of private schools in Wake County, please visit the North Carolina Department of Administration’s Division of Non-Public Education website.
Out of the 163 schools in Wake County, 40 are year round. The bulk of those 40 schools are elementary. A track is a group of students following the same schedule. The majority of year-round schools in Wake County operate on a multi-track system, typically with four tracks.
4th District. I am proud to represent North Carolina’s Fourth Congressional District. Centered on what’s called “The Triangle” as well as a robust surrounding agricultural and corporate area, this district includes Orange, Granville, Franklin, and Durham and parts of Chatham, Vance, and Wake Counties.
As of October 1, 2020, there are 200 charter schools in North Carolina serving 126,165 students. Approximately 8.4 percent of North Carolina’s 1.5 million school children attend charter schools. … Seven new charter schools opened for the 2020-2021 school year.
Is Thales Academy a religious school? While Thales Academy does not identify with a denomination or branch within any religious tradition, Thales Academy’s curriculum, instruction, and educational philosophy have been shaped by the Judeo-Christian worldview.
|School Name||School Level||Tracks|
|Lufkin Rd. Middle||6-8||1,2,3,4|
|Middle Creek Elementary||K-5||1,2,3,4|
|North Forest Pines Elementary||K-5||1,2,3,4|
The History of Wake County Public Schools
During that time, North Carolina schools found themselves in a state of flux, thanks to a Supreme Court decision involving desegregation of North Carolina schools in 1971.
|EDUCATION||Wake, North Carolina||United States|
|Students per Counselor||377.8||403.2|
Important cultural and historical landmarks and institutions abound in Raleigh and vicinity and include the State Capitol (1833-40); the Governor’s Mansion (1891); the State Legislative Building (1961); the Joel Lane House (1760s), the oldest house in Raleigh; Mordecai Historic Park (1785); and the North Carolina State …
Wake County was created in 1771 from parts of Johnston, Cumberland and Orange counties, and was named in honor of Margaret Wake Tryon, the wife of the then royal governor, William Tryon.
|Cary High School|
|School district||Wake County Public School System|
The largest public school in North Carolina (by enrollment) is Ardrey Kell High School with 3,178 students.
Cary is currently growing at a rate of 1.30% annually and its population has increased by 29.23% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 135,234 in 2010. Cary reached it’s highest population of 174,762 in 2021. Spanning over 60 miles, Cary has a population density of 2,976 people per square mile.
|Population, Census, April 1, 2020||1,129,410|
|Population, Census, April 1, 2010||900,993|
|Age and Sex|
|Persons under 5 years, percent|| 6.0%|
|NCES District ID||3702970|
|Students and staff|
New COVID-19 cases are soaring in the community and in schools as Wake County prepares to bring back the most students it’s had on campus since before the pandemic. On Monday, most of Wake County’s 160,000 students will attend in-person classes as traditional-calendar schools hold their first day.
The pilot program was such a success that in 1991, the district built a new elementary school — Morrisville Elementary — which was large enough to meet the increasing demand for the year-round program (although not entirely large enough, as I still remember having some classes in trailers).
Wake County has seven commissioners who are elected by district.
Congressman David Price | Representing the 4th District of North Carolina.