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  1. #46 Best Public High Schools in North Carolina.

    Massey Hill Classical High School

    Cumberland County Schools, NC,

    9-12,

    123 Niche users give it an average review of 4.1 stars.

    Featured Review: Senior says I love Massey Hill Classical! I have been a student for four years and every single faculty member made me feel welcome right from the start. I would recommend this school to anyone who wants....

    Read 123 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 242,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 12 to 1,

  2. #48 Best Public High Schools in North Carolina.

    Cross Creek Early College High School

    Cumberland County Schools, NC,

    9-12,

    200 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.

    Featured Review: Junior says Attending the prestigious, blue ribbon, school that is Cross Creek Early College is an out of world experience. The teachers there make you feel nice and welcome. They always show that they’re....

    Read 200 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 281,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 21 to 1,

  3. #63 Best Private High Schools in North Carolina.

    Village Christian Academy

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    Private School,

    FAYETTEVILLE, NC,

    K-12,

    74 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says We have had a wonderful experience during our first year at VCA. Our daughter's teachers have all been wonderful - she comes home every single day sharing something new that she's learned. They have....

    Read 74 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 509,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 11 to 1,