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New Hanover County is in the midst of budget negotiations.  Despite Cape Fear Community College’s rising operating costs, the recommended budget includes the same amount of money from the county as last year. 

New Hanover County Schools; Cape Fear Community College; Pender County Schools

New Hanover and Pender County Schools are partnering with Cape Fear Community College to bring a career and technical education — or CTE — high school to the region.  The nontraditional school, which could open as early as next year, removes a barrier to education: the cost.



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New Hanover County Board of Education is setting to work on its next Strategic Plan.  A new vocational high school may be included in the proposal. 

The New Hanover County Board of Education is looking into building a vocational high school on the Cape Fear Community College campus.  Edward Higgins, member of the Board of Education, says they’re looking to the county and the state to provide funding for this project:

By the year 2060, the United States will have no clear racial majority. 

Cape Fear Community College

Cape Fear Community College opens the inaugural season of its Humanities and Fine Arts Center in October with a performance by the North Carolina Symphony. 

In less than 12 months, a spate of high-profile leaders have left the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. 

New Hanover County Commissioners are likely to decide next week whether to green-light the issuance of a $40 million bond to pay for construction and repair projects at Cape Fear Community College. 

Cape Fear Community College

Does this region need a new facility on the Cape Fear Community College campus – built courtesy of New Hanover County taxpayers? 

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