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If you are confused about the Wake County Public Schools System , we are grateful to have Libby Taylor, the founder of  SchoolUpWake , an independent consulting business that helps families in Raleigh to navigate K-12 school choice for their children sharing her expert insights with us. You can listen to our helpful podcast episode with her at the bottom of this post!

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Libby brings a wealth of knowledge to this endeavor, with a career in education that includes both teaching in the public schools and providing professional development to teachers. 

We also recorded a very in-depth podcast chat with Libby to help you understand Wake County Schools more. You can listen at the bottom of this post. For now, let’s dive into this blog post!

In North Carolina, most of our school districts are set up as county wide systems , rather than smaller township or municipal systems.

The Wake County Public Schools System (WCPSS) is one of the largest, I believe we are now the 14 th largest school district in the country , which is incredible. In 2022-23 we will have 198 schools under the WCPSS umbrella. And the number of schools in Raleigh will continue to grow as Raleigh-Durham ranks as one of the fastest growing areas in the US. 

Like most school districts, each address has an assigned school which we call your base school . You can find your assigned school by using the address look-up tool on the WCPSS website.

New families to Raleigh or families with rising kindergartners can enroll in Wake County schools online, but remember you will need to be closed on your home before finalizing enrollment!

I highly recommend using the NC State Report Cards for data on Wake County school outcomes, rather than Great Schools. You can also request a tour at most of our schools. Seeing a school in person is always the best way to confirm it’s a good fit. And don’t let all the anecdotal stories scare you, reassignment isn’t as common as the Facebook comments make you think.

WCPSS works hard to keep kids in their schools and keep families on the same schedule but as a fast growing area, redistricting does happen! Make sure you contact student assignment to know all your options for remaining in your current school. 

Traditional vs Year Round Calendars

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One of the most confusing aspects of the Wake County Public Schools system is that not all schools operate on the same calendar. Some schools are on a traditional calendar which means they start in late August and end in early June .

But many elementary and some middle schools operate on a year-round calendar , and a select few operate on a modified calendar .

Year-round calendars mean that students have scheduled breaks throughout the year rather than a full summer off. Most operate with 4 tracks , and one track is always tracked out while the other three are in session. They follow a general pattern of 9 weeks in schools and then 3 weeks on vacation. 

Capped Schools

If you are moving to Raleigh you need to be aware that many of our most crowded Wake County schools have enrollment caps. This means that they cannot guarantee you a seat in your base school when you buy a house. The intention here is to offset the burden of overcrowding on the families relocating here rather than on current residents.

You can find a list of capped schools here . This list will remain the same until next year when the school board will reassess the options, so you don’t have to worry about a school becoming capped at any time.

My best tip is to call the school before you put an offer on a house. The data manager at the school can talk to you about the waiting list and the overflow assignment.

Magnet Schools in Raleigh

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Magnet schools are public schools and are part of the WCPSS but have specialized themes that allow them to attract students from outside their base zone. Themes range from leadership to creative arts, language immersion programs, international baccalaureate, and more.

Magnet applications can be submitted in the fall and winter for entrance during the following academic year. It’s not first come first serve so take your time and tour schools you are interested in.

You can typically list up to five schools on your magnet application. Magnet schools in Raleigh still follow the same curriculum and state standards guiding public schools, but they can have varying instructional models depending on their theme!

Charter Schools in Raleigh

Charter schools are public schools that are not part of WCPSS but are independent . They still fall under the NC Department of Public Instruction, follow state education guidelines, accommodate special education needs, and are tuition-free!

Because charter schools are run independently, however, they can operate differently than most WCPSS schools. Many span additional grade levels, like K-8, and some require uniforms or even parent volunteer hours .

Admission into a charter school is done by general lottery (random selection). Typically they will have an open application period in the winter and then pull their lottery in March, but these times vary.

They are subject to the same state standards and their performance grades can be found alongside other public schools on the NC School Report Cards . You can apply to multiple charter schools and will get 7-10 days to accept or decline your seat if you are offered admission.

Private Schools in Raleigh (faith based & non-faith based?)

Private schools are, as you probably already know, tuition based schools . These are independent from the public system and don’t necessarily follow the same curriculum, testing, and education standards.

Here in Wake County we have a wide range of parochial, or religious based, schools as well as independent schools. The tuition can range from as low as $5,000 a year up to about $26k .

The admissions process for a competitive private school in Raleigh often starts in the fall and can include testing, interviews, recommendation letters and more.

Some start in preschool and have limited seats in kindergarten, but many expand as grade levels increase. Compared to other areas of the country, I don’t think our schools have particularly long wait lists.

I do keep an open seat report in the summer for families moving to the area and looking for availability in private schools. 

If you have any more questions about schools in Raleigh NC, and are looking for guidance in your school search, you can email Libby direct at [email protected]

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Wake County Schools Podcast Episode

For those who may prefer watching a video of us podcasting, we filmed that for you too, which you’ll find on  YouTube each week .

WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT:

  • Do Wake County Schools rank highly?
  • How do you find out your base school?
  • How do you enroll in your base school? Any deadlines?
  • Do they have open houses, virtual information sessions?
  • Year round vs. Traditional calendar
  • How do I find out what calendar my base school is on?
  • What is a capped school?
  • How do I know if my base school is capped?
  • What are overflow schools?
  • How do you know what overflow school you would be assigned?
  • Can you get on a waiting list at a capped school?
  • What is a Magnet school?
  • Do they offer different curriculum & focus to public schools? 
  • Who can go to a magnet school?
  • What is a Charter school?
  • Who can attend a charter school?
  • Do they follow same rules as public?
  • Do they take state mandated tests?
  • How do I enroll, what is the application process?
  • Can my child enroll if the charter school is not located in the district where I live?
  • What is the main difference between private & public schools?
  • 1-2 top reasons parents choose a private school?
  • Do costs vary? 
  • Typical application process?
  • How to start the school research process
  • What resources are available online to compare schools?
  • School report cards
  • How can parents work with Libby to choose a school?

Watch our podcast interview with Libby Taylor:

There you go. We hope this blog post, and the above podcast interview with Libby, helped you get your head around Wake County Public schools. Be sure to contact Libby for more guidance in finding the right school in Raleigh for your kids!

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Community members in Broward, Duval and Hillsborough counties have spoken out against efforts to close or change programming in schools.

Although Florida’s population is increasing, the number of students in its public schools is decreasing.

Duval County Public Schools has 30,000 fewer students than it did a decade ago. It's now considering a plan to close nearly 30 schools.

Megan Mallicoat, education reporter for Jacksonville Today, said an outside consultant recommended closing schools after taking a broad view of the school system.

“And they decided that it could be more efficient than it already is, is what the district is saying, that there's lots of schools that their feeder plans don't feed, like an elementary school might feed to a couple different middle schools or a couple different high schools. And so they wanted to consolidate it,” Mallicoat said Friday on The Florida Roundup . She noted the consulting firm didn’t look at the schools themselves.

The recommendation for the closures comes down to funding, according to Mallicoat. She said the funding decisions most affecting Jacksonville are coming from the state.

“When COVID hit, what (Duval County Public Schools) had expected, the funding that they had expected to have changed. Because we saw more students opt for charter schools, more students opt to use the new private school vouchers. And so the funding that's coming into the district doesn't necessarily get to fund its traditional schools,” Mallicoat said.

In response, members of the public in Duval have rallied around keeping schools open .

“… You see groups of community members coming from lots of these schools that have been put on the chopping block, so to speak. And I was at the school board meeting earlier this week. And you saw just groups from all these schools coming up, probably saw at least a half a dozen schools represented in the people that had come out,” Mallicoat said.

“They had signs that said, ‘save our school,’ and ... they brought their students with them to show, and it was interesting to me to watch the schools come together and be the neighborhood community group that they are.”

"... It was interesting to me to watch the schools come together and be the neighborhood community group that they are."

There have been similar responses to schools closing throughout Florida. Hillsborough County closed an elementary school in 2023 , citing a lack of teachers and underperforming students. It’s closing five more schools by the end of the 2023-24 school year.

“In terms of community opposition, there was a lot more of that last year when they were redrawing boundaries throughout the district,” Marlene Sokol, education reporter for the Tampa Bay Times, said on "The Florida Roundup." “This year, one of the elementary schools, there were some people who came out publicly opposing it. But what's done is done, and once the superintendent started reassigning the principals of these five schools into their next assignment, people kind of realized there wasn't anything they could do.”

Like Duval, Hillsborough County Public Schools is dealing with low enrollment, with some schools half-empty . Sokol said it’s due to school vouchers, magnet schools and the growth of charter schools.

“But this has been going on for years, and I've watched the growth in charter schools exponentially every year. Now they educate about 17% of the public school students in Hillsborough County where, when I first came on the job, it was like 6% or 7%,” Sokol explained.

It’s akin to what’s happening in Broward as well.

“Over the past decade, Broward’s traditional public schools have lost more than 20,000 students , while enrollment in charter and private schools continues to grow,” Kate Payne, education reporter for WLRN, said on "The Florida Roundup."

Broward County Public Schools has nearly 50,000 empty seats. It’s considering a proposal to close three schools , although that’s still in development. Payne said the district is taking on the effort since it can’t keep paying for half-empty schools. There are other factors at play, too, such as school performance.

“Sheer enrollment, demographic shifts in the surrounding neighborhoods. Are families moving there? Are they having children, fewer children? As well as the historic significance of schools, and also factors like if we close Elementary School A, is there capacity in the surrounding schools to take those students in?” Payne said.

Community members in Broward have also been vocal about keeping schools intact, including at a recent town hall in Fort Lauderdale.

“A huge showing from especially one elementary school in particular that's not identified for closure, but would get a program change, among dozens of other schools across the district. And parents and students, teachers from that school, Virginia Shuman Young (Elementary) in Fort Lauderdale, were vocally opposed, jeering down one of the district officials and just really passionate about their school,” Payne said.

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    Use the Search For Public School Districts locator to retrieve information on all U.S. public school districts. ... Wake County Schools schools for this district: NCES District ID: 3704720: State District ID: NC-920: Mailing Address: 5625 Dillard Drive Cary, NC 27518-9227: Physical Address: 5625 Dillard Drive Cary, NC 27518-9227: Phone: (919 ...

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    Search Our Site. International families: ... Student Assignment; Student Due Process; Student Email; Student Health; Student Information (Home Base) More; Students" Homework Help; Career Preparation; College Credit; ... Wake County Public School System. 5625 Dillard Drive, Cary, NC 27518. Admin .

  20. Durham Public School Locator

    Powered by Esri. Find your public school assignment in Durham, NC, USA.

  21. Florida reporters talk about state's shrinking public school districts

    There have been similar responses to schools closing throughout Florida. Hillsborough County closed an elementary school in 2023, citing a lack of teachers and underperforming students.It's closing five more schools by the end of the 2023-24 school year. "In terms of community opposition, there was a lot more of that last year when they were redrawing boundaries throughout the district ...

  22. Address Lookup / Address Lookup Link

    VISIT US Reedy Creek Magnet Middle School. 930 Reedy Creek Road, Cary NC 27513

  23. Student Assignment / Update Your Address

    Update Your Address. If you move within Wake County during the school year, you have three options: remain at your current school for the remainder of the school year, attend the base school of your new address and request a transfer to a different school. To stay at your current school, update your address with the data manager at your current ...