The Triangle area boasts two of the top three most educated cities in America with Raleigh and Durham respectfully second and third only to Ann Arbor Michigan that won the Forbes title for the most educated city in America. The Raleigh region also showcases 15 colleges and universities including three HBCU schools. Because the residents of our area are well educated, it is no surprise that schooling choices for their families weighs in as an important factor when selecting a new place to call home.
The many cities in the Triangle offer a large variety of Public Schools, Magnet Schools Charter Schools and Private School options. Many communities also have year round schools in their public school offerings. With all of these choices and possibilities it is important to do your research to discover what school environment might be the best fit for your house hold. We hope the many links on this page will guide you.
School Digger- Use this link to input your address--or a potential new address- and get a comprehensive list of schools in proximity to the home as well as ratings, student teacher ratios and enrollment for those schools.
Forbes article about adult education levels in the Triangle.
Map of colleges and university in the Triangle
Second highest rated Public high school in America is here in the Triangle
Wake County Public School system is the largest school system in North Carolina and the 14th largest school system in the United States. WPS is made up of 194 individual schools and nearly 160,000 students. Below are a few valuable links to help navigate the Wake County school system.