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Asked by J Requena, Alpharetta, GA Thu Apr 21, 2011

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Alicia Cadet, , Raleigh, NC
Thu Apr 21, 2011
Hi J. Cary is a wonderful choice for moving. Here is a link that might help you with your search. http://www.wcpss.net/ . There you can search the different schools in the area and then you can research more about each individual schools program and what they have to offer. If you need my assistance please free to contact me and I will be happy to help in your search for a new home. Thanks and have a good one.

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Bo Bromhal, Agent, Raleigh, NC
Thu Apr 21, 2011
In Wake County, our schools run K-5, 6-8, and 9-12. I assume, right now, your 10 year old would be in 4th grade. As the father of a 3rd grade daughter, there are children in her class that meet with a literacy specialist at both ends of the spectrum - reading well above grade level, as well as those students who need extra help with reading.

If you'd like to learn more about our school system, the best places to start are: http://www.wcpss.net and search for "Demographics" or http://www.ncreportcards.org and find Wake County schools. If you need or want additional help - just ask!
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Shelia Hanki…, Agent, Chapel Hill, NC
Fri Apr 22, 2011
Hi J, you will find many relocated northerns in the Cary area. We jokingly call it the "concentrated area of relocated yankees". There are some great things and some not so great things about our Wake County schools. One great thing is that parents in the Cary area are very involved and vocal and fight to make changes when they are not happy with any given situation.
In addition to school info go to this link for area informaiton on Cary or any of the surrounding communities. . ihttp://www.findahomeinchapelhill.com/communities/

Good luck with your move. If you need assistance, just let me know. Being a retired USCG family we have moved many times with our 2 girls at all ages and can relate to the concern of finding the right school, neighborhood and home.
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Nellie Lytvi…, Agent, Raleigh, NC
Thu Apr 21, 2011
Depending on where you're moving - and that may have something to do with travel time to work - best recommendation I could give is to come down and visit the schools in person. Spend 5-6 days and act like you live here already. Spend a couple of hours in several schools/classrooms, etc.
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