Searching for a home in one of the outstanding communities of the Triangle area of North Carolina? Good news—not only is life pretty good in these towns and cities, but the education is among the best in the state, whether you’re looking for a great school for your child, or thinking of some advanced education for yourself!
Public School Districts
Charter & Private Schools
Charter Schools: Charter Schools are not affiliated with a public school system, which means they operate without the governing rules and restrictions that many standard public schools must obey. For more information or to find charter schools near your community, please visit the North Carolina Office of Charter Schools site.
Private Schools: The Triangle area offers a wide range of private schooling options, including both Independent and Faith-Based schools. To learn more or to find a private school near you, please visit local resource links, including the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools, the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, or the Triangle Independent School Consortium.
Equally as well-known for its athletics as it is for its outstanding Medicine, Law, Engineering, Business, and Divinity academic programs.
A large and diverse research university of over 34,000 students hailing from over 100 countries around the world and the United States.
The first public university in the nation, a top athletic performer, and home to some of the best Medicine, Business, and Law programs in America.
Other Colleges & Universities
Other colleges and universities include:
Campbell University (Blues Creek), Meredith College (Raleigh), North Carolina Central University (Durham), St. Augustine’s College (Raleigh), Shaw University (Raleigh), William Peace University (Raleigh), Southeastern Baptist Seminary (Wake Forest), The College at Southeastern (Wake Forest).
Not quite ready to commit to a full-time university or want to enhance your education part-time or at nights? A community college can be a great option for post-high school education for those not quite ready for college, continuing adult education, or simply part-time interest classes. Community colleges in the area include:
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