Duplin County Schools are located in Southeastern North Carolina near the coast. Nestled in rural farmland that is in close proximity to larger cities. Interstate 40 winds through the county and makes travel painless. Fifteen schools serve a population of approximately 8,500 students. Strong community and administrative support helps our schools to be among the best in North Carolina.
They are small enough to know everyone on a first name basis, yet large enough to offer quality curriculum programs.
Growth... Key to the Future
Duplin County is a special place to live and work. It's a county with a rich, proud heritage based on the values that made this country great. It's the kind of place where you know your neighbors, where you feel safe raising a family, and where people appreciate the value of a good education.
We appreciate the value of good educators, too. We feel that, once you take a look at Duplin County, you'll find it to be a rare opportunity for growth. You'll be able to grow personally, professionally, and you'll play an important role in the "growth" of our students.
Our Teachers Make the Difference
The future of Duplin County depends largely on the quality of our educational system. The importance of our classroom teachers is evidenced by the strong support from the community, area businesses, and the school administration.
A Great Place to Work
All schools within the Duplin County System are accredited by the State and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. There are media specialists in all schools and an established comprehensive curriculum in each area. State and nationally recognized programs, quality instructional materials, and excellent media centers help teachers challenge students to become their best.
Along with the many programs you might expect to find - kindergarten, health services, summer school, guidance, and child nutritional services, you will also find handicapped and gifted educational programs, remedial reading programs, alternative learning centers, and the North Carolina Scholars program. Duplin County Schools offer after school care, summer enrichment activities, and a variety of other worthwhile programs.
A Great Place to Live
While the small towns and communities of Duplin County offer a comfortable "down home" atmosphere, there are numerous cultural centers located nearby. The University of North Carolina at Wilmington, East Carolina University, Fayetteville Sate University, Campbell University, Methodist College, and Mount Olive College are all less than an hour's drive away. Locally, James Sprunt Community College offers two-year programs.
Duplin County offers a mild climate year-round, easy access to the coast and an abundance of historical sites. There's even an outdoor drama society that sponsors special programs periodically.
Duplin County is truly a great place to live, work, and learn.
Duplin County Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 15
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