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The Duplin County School system includes fifteen area schools from grades K-12 with nearly 8,500 students. These fifteen schools include four K-5 schools, three K-8 schools, one K-6 school, three 6-8 schools, one 7-12 school and three 9-12 schools. The latest reports reveal that the Duplin County School District population is approximately 37% black, 48% white, 14% Hispanic and 1% classified as other.

Duplin County is also home to James Sprunt Community College and is in close driving distance to several other colleges and universities including Mount Olive College, East Carolina University and the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.

Elementary Schools
B.F. Grady Elementary (252) 568-3487
Beulaville Elementary (910) 298-3171
Chinquapin Elementary (910) 285-3476
Kenansville Elementary (910) 296-1647
North Duplin Elementary (919) 658-2931
Renaissance Center (910) 293-2068
Rose Hill-Magnolia Elementary (910) 289-3667
Wallace Elementary (910) 285-7183
Warsaw Elementary (910) 293-3121
 
Middle Schools
Charity Middle (910) 289-3323
E.E. Smith Middle (910) 296-0309
North Duplin Jr-Sr High (919) 658-3051
Renaissance Center (910) 293-2068
Warsaw Middle (910) 293-7997
 
High Schools
East Duplin High (910) 298-4535
James Kenan High School (910) 293-4218
North Duplin Jr-Sr High (919) 658-3051
Renaissance Center (910) 293-2068
Wallace-Rose Hill High (910) 285-7501
 
Colleges
James Sprunt Community College (910) 296-2500