Education

Wake County Public Schools

Holly Springs now boasts six schools with three Elementary Schools (two on a Year Round Schedule and the third on a Traditional Schedule), two Middle Schools (one on a Year Round Schedule and the other on a Traditional Schedule), and one High School (on a Traditional Schedule).  All six schools are part of the Wake County Public School System. 

For more information about Holly Springs public schools, call (919) 850-1600.

Holly Grove Elementary School
http://hollygroveelementary.weebly.com/

1451 Avent Ferry Road Holly Springs, NC 27540 919-577-1700

Holly Grove Middle School
http://hollygrovems.wcpss.net

1401 Avent Ferry Road
Holly Springs, NC  27540
(919) 567-4177

Holly Ridge Elementary School
http://www.hollyridgees.wcpss.net
900 Holly Springs Road
Holly Springs, NC 27540
919-577-1300

Holly Ridge Middle School
http://hollyridgems.wcpss.net
950 Holly Springs Road
Holly Springs, NC 27540
919-577-1335

Holly Springs Elementary School
http://hollyspringses.wcpss.net/
401 Holly Springs Road
Holly Springs, NC 27540
919-557-2660

Holly Springs High School
http://hollyspringshigh.org/

5329 Cass Holt Rd Holly Springs, NC 27540 919-577-1444

Wake County Board of Education
http://www.wcpss.net/Board/boeinfo.html

Wake County Public Schools
http://www.wcpss.net

Wake Education Partnership
http://www.wakeedpartnership.org
Our Mission:
Uniting community resources for excellence in public education.

As a community-based public school advocacy organization, Wake Education Partnership links human and material resources to strengthen our public schools. In addition to fostering action-oriented community involvement in the Wake County Public Schools, the Partnership seeks to leverage the investment of private contributions to ensure the greatest possible impact in every school. Specifically, Wake Education Partnership targets efforts to strengthen the achievement of our children by actively participating as an advocate, convener, coordinator and facilitator of community involvement in the public schools.

Wake Technical Community College
http://www.waketech.edu

Wake Technical Community College offers more than 90 different programs of study, offered by six different academic divisions. Students completing these programs may earn associate degrees, diplomas or certificates. Full-time students can usually complete an associate degree program within two years, a diploma program within one year or a certificate program within six months. Some programs may take longer.

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