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Second chance for WCPSS Magnet Schools: Apply March 4-15

A Transfer Period from March 4-15 has just opened for Wake County Public School System Magnet Schools, with priority seats available for Fall enrollment at select schools.

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Contact the Magnet office to see which schools have priority seats available.

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Looking for an innovative education experience for your student? Enter: Wake County Public School System Magnet Schools.

With 61 schools offering diverse themes like STEM, arts, global studies, language immersion, and more, WCPSS Magnet School programs are tailored to students strengths and interests while providing a framework for well-rounded, critically-thinking students.

As a result, this award-winning program (as in a record-breaking number of awards) develops above-average students prepared to succeed in a changing world.

đź’» Second chance to apply

If you missed the initial 2024-25 application deadline in January, there’s still time to secure a spot. Families can submit transfer requests during the Round Two Transfer Period of March 4-15 — available for select schools that have priority seats available for Fall enrollment.

Don’t miss this reopened door, RAL parents. To see the list of schools with open seats and initiate a transfer request, visit this webpage or contact the Office of Magnet and Curriculum Enhancement Programs at magnetcenter@wcpss.net.

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