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Wake County North Carolina Traditional Elementary Schools

Wake County North Carolina Traditional Elementary Schools

Wake County North Carolina is a popular destination for folks to relocate due to work, family, or way of life. What you might not know is here in Wake County, we have a large variety of schools choices including schools that run on a traditional school calendar and schools that run on a multi-track or year round school calendar.

Most people are familiar with traditional schools and the traditional school calendar. With so many school choices, you need to know what you want when you move to a new area. At one time, year round schools were very difficult to get into and had a lottery system. Wake County converted some traditional schools to the year round schools so now families have the option of year round or traditional calendars.

For School Year 2011 - 2012 Traditional School begins August 25, 2011 and ends June 7, 2012.

Currently, once you're in a binding Real Estate Contract in Wake County North Carolina, you can move forward and register your children for school. You should know that once a school caps out their enrollment, they may not accept additional students regardless of whether or not the students are zoned for that school. If you're purchasing a home based on the school, you need to contact the school and confirm they aren't capped out. You should also visit http://wwwgis2.wcpss.net/cgi-bin/prod/mainscript/MainScript.pl add the address of the property you're purchasing and confirm it's base school for the current year and upcoming year.

*Data from www.wcpss.net September 2011. All data in this blog is subject to change. Wake County North Carolina is one of the fastest growing areas in the United States which means there will be more schools added and schools could change from traditional calendar to year round or visa verse. If school choice is important to you, it's important you confirm all information before entering a real estate contract.

Wake County Traditional Schools

Wake County North Carolina Elementary Schools:

Apex Elementary

Aversboro Elementary

Baileywick Elementary

Baucom Elementary

Brentwood Elementary

Briarcliff Elementary

Brooks Elementary 

Bugg Elementary 

Cary Elementary 

Cedar Fork Elementary

Combs Elementary

Conn Elementary

Creech Road Elementary

Davis Drive Elementary

Dillard Drive Elementary

Douglas Elementary

Farmington Woods Elementary

Forest Pines Drive Elementary

Forestville Road Elementary

Fox Road Elementary

Fuller Elementary

Fuquay-Varina Elementary

Green Hope Elementary

Hilburn Drive Elementary

Holly Ridge Elementary

Hunter Elementary

Jeffreys Grove Elementary

Joyner Elementary

Kingswood Elementary

Knightdale Elementary

Lacy Elementary

Leadmine Elementary

Leesville Road Elementary

Lincoln Heights Elementary

Lynn Road Elementary

Millbrook Elementary

Mills Park Elementary

North Ridge Elementary

Northwoods Elementary

Olds Elementary

Penny Road Elementary

Poe Elementary

Powell Elementary

Reedy Creek Elementary

Rolesville Elementary

Root Elementary

Smith Elementary

Stough Elementary

Swift Creek Elementary

Underwood Elementary

Vandora Springs Elementary

Wake Forest Elementary

Wakelon Elementary

Walnut Creek Elementary

Washington Elementary

Weatherstone Elementary

Wendell Elementary

Wildwood Forest Elementary

Wiley Elementary

Yates Mill Elementary

York Elementary

Zebulon Elementary


How to Choose an Elementary School:
  Most people use school scores to choose an elementary school. While there is more than one criteria to use when choosing an elementary school, you can check your Wake County Elementary School Scores by going to this site, http://www.wcpss.net/school-directory/elementary.html, click on the choose of your choice which will take you to a new homepage for the school. There you'll find a variety of test scores.  Please keep in mind, if it is a new school of 2 or less year, it may be too new to have test scores.

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