Private, Charter and International Schools
During the 2011-2012 school year, Wake County was home to 71 private schools with an enrollment of 16,135 students.
For more information about Private Schools, including a list of private schools in Wake County, please visit the North Carolina Department of Administration's Division of Non-Public Education website.
Charter Schools are an alternative to public schools. Charter schools are funded by federal, state, and local tax dollars, and are tuition-free. There are currently 14 Charter Schools in Wake County.
For more information about charter schools, please visit the North Carolina Office of Charter Schools website.
As Wake County and the Triangle attract more international residents, there comes a larger demand for international schools.