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How many public schools are in Wilmington?

Brandy Bryant

According to Valita Quattlebaum, Chief Communications Officer for the New Hanover County school system, there are 42 schools in New Hanover County. Out of those, 25 are located within the city limits.

In addition, there are two publicly funded charter schools.

The charter schools are:

Cape Fear Center for Inquiry

Wilmington Preparatory Academy

Public schools within city limits are:

Alderman Elementary

Blair Elementary

Bradley Creek Elementary

Codington Elementary

College Park Elementary

D.C. Virgo Preparatory Academy

Forest Hills Elementary

Freeman Elementary

Gregory Elementary

Hoggard High

Holly Tree Elementary

Howe Pre-K Center

Isaac M. Bear Early College High School

Johnson Pre-K Center

Lake Forest Academy

Mosley Performance Learning Center

New Hanover High

Noble Middle

Parsley Elementary

Pine Valley Elementary

Roland-Grise Middle

Snipes Academy of Arts & Design

Sunset Park Elementary

Virgo Middle

Williston Middle

Winter Park Elementary

New Hanover County public schools outside Wilmington are:

Anderson Elementary

Ashley High

Bellamy Elementary

Carolina Beach Elementary

Castle Hayne Elementary

Eaton Elementary

Holly Shelter Middle

Laney High

Murray Middle

Murrayville Elementary

Myrtle Grove Middle

Ogden Elementary

Trask Middle

Wilmington Early College High School

Williams Elementary

Wrightsboro Elementary

Wrightsville Beach Elementary


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