Granville County Public Schools offer a variety of learning opportunities for grades K-12 and a wide range of options, offering choice programs in character education, the arts, healthy/active living, a global focus, and project-based learning, while the three secondary schools – J.F. Webb High School,  Granville Central High School, and South Granville High School – provide challenging programs in engineering, robotics, health sciences, business/entrepreneurship, JROTC, veterinary sciences and industrial trades.

Granville Early College High School also offers an opportunity to take advanced placement coursework and exams, and is ranked above the state average in academics. 

In addition to the Granville County Public School System are two charter schools. Falls Lake Academy (Creedmoor) and Oxford Preparatory School provide instruction for grades K-12, offering a rigorous curriculum, smaller classroom sizes and a personalized learning experience.

With its multi-campus locations in Vance, Granville, Franklin and Warren Counties, Vance-Granville Community College (VGCC) is one of the 58 institutions of the North Carolina Community College System, offering educational and training programs to meet the needs of local businesses and helping them stay competitive in today’s workforce. VGCC students can take courses during the day, at night, or online, choosing from more than 40 curriculum programs.

Granville County is home to the VGCC South Campus, located in Creedmoor.


Related links:

School Report Cards | NC DPI

Granville Education Foundation 



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