County Data and Resources

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Alamance Alexander Alleghany Anson Ashe Avery Beaufort Bertie Bladen Brunswick Buncombe Burke Cabarrus Caldwell Camden Carteret Caswell Catawba Chatham Cherokee Chowan Clay Cleveland Columbus Craven Cumberland Currituck Dare Davidson Davie Duplin Durham Edgecombe Forsyth Franklin Gaston Gates Graham Granville Greene Guilford Halifax Harnett Haywood Henderson Hertford Hoke Hyde Iredell Jackson Johnston Jones Lee Lenoir Lincoln McDowell Macon Madison Martin Mecklenburg Mitchell Montgomery Moore Nash NewHanover Northampton Onslow Orange Pamlico Pasquotank Pender Perquimans Person Pitt Polk Randolph Richmond Robeson Rockingham Rowan Rutherford Sampson Scotland Stanly Stokes Surry Swain Transylvania Tyrrell Union Vance Wake Warren Washington Watauga Wayne Wilkes Wilson Yadkin Yancey

New! 2024 myFutureNC Attainment Profiles

Search for your county, Prosperity Zone, or Sub-Prosperity Zone. Use the tabs below to view data by additional geographic groups.

2024 State Attainment Profile PDF
  2024 Attainment Profiles Data Summary XLSX
2024 Attainment Profile Data Sources PDF

CountyProsperity ZoneSub-Prosperity Zone
AlamancePiedmont TriadGreensboro Download PDF
AlexanderNorthwestHickory Download PDF
AlleghanyNorthwestBoone-Wilkesboro Download PDF
AnsonSouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
AsheNorthwestBoone-Wilkesboro Download PDF
AveryNorthwestBoone-Wilkesboro Download PDF
BeaufortNortheastGreenville Download PDF
BertieNortheastGreenville Download PDF
Bladen SandhillsFayetteville-Lumberton Download PDF
BrunswickSoutheastWilmington Download PDF
BuncombeWesternAsheville Download PDF
Burke NorthwestHickory Download PDF
CabarrusSouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Caldwell NorthwestHickory Download PDF
Camden NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Carteret SoutheastJacksonville-New Bern Download PDF
Caswell Piedmont-TriadGreensboro Download PDF
Catawba NorthwestHickory Download PDF
Chatham North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Cherokee WesternWaynesville-Franklin Download PDF
Chowan NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Clay WesternWaynesville-Franklin Download PDF
Cleveland SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Columbus SandhillsFayetteville-Lumberton Download PDF
Craven SoutheastJacksonville-New Bern Download PDF
Cumberland SandhillsFayetteville-Lumberton Download PDF
Currituck NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Dare NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Davidson Piedmont-TriadWinston-Salem Download PDF
Davie Piedmont-TriadWinston-Salem Download PDF
Duplin SoutheastGoldsboro-Kinston Download PDF
Durham North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Edgecombe North CentralRocky Mount-Wilson Download PDF
Forsyth Piedmont-TriadWinston-Salem Download PDF
Franklin North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Gaston SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Gates NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Graham WesternWaynesville-Franklin Download PDF
Granville North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Greene SoutheastGoldsboro-Kinston Download PDF
Guilford Piedmont-TriadGreensboro Download PDF
Halifax NortheastGreenville Download PDF
Harnett North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Haywood WesternWaynesville-Franklin Download PDF
Henderson WesternAsheville Download PDF
Hertford NortheastGreenville Download PDF
Hoke SandhillsFayetteville-Lumberton Download PDF
Hyde NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Iredell SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Jackson WesternWaynesville-Franklin Download PDF
Johnston North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Jones SoutheastJacksonville-New Bern Download PDF
Lee North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Lenoir SoutheastGoldsboro-Kinston Download PDF
Lincoln SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Macon WesternWaynesville-Franklin Download PDF
Madison WesternAsheville Download PDF
Martin NortheastGreenville Download PDF
McDowell NorthwestHickory Download PDF
Mecklenburg SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Mitchell NorthwestBoone-Wilkesboro Download PDF
Montgomery SandhillsPinehurst-Rockingham Download PDF
Moore SandhillsPinehurst-Rockingham Download PDF
Nash North CentralRocky Mount-Wilson Download PDF
New HanoverSoutheastWilmington Download PDF
Northampton NortheastGreenville Download PDF
Onslow SoutheastJacksonville-New Bern Download PDF
Orange North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Pamlico SoutheastJacksonville-New Bern Download PDF
Pasquotank NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Pender SoutheastWilmington Download PDF
Perquimans NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Person North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Pitt NortheastGreenville Download PDF
Polk WesternAsheville Download PDF
Randolph Piedmont-TriadGreensboro Download PDF
Richmond SandhillsPinehurst-Rockingham Download PDF
Robeson SandhillsFayetteville-Lumberton Download PDF
Rockingham Piedmont-TriadGreensboro Download PDF
Rowan SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Rutherford WesternAsheville Download PDF
Sampson SandhillsFayetteville-Lumberton Download PDF
Scotland SandhillsFayetteville-Lumberton Download PDF
Stanly SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Stokes Piedmont-TriadWinston-Salem Download PDF
Surry Piedmont-TriadWinston-Salem Download PDF
Swain WesternWaynesville-Franklin Download PDF
Transylvania WesternAsheville Download PDF
Tyrrell NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Union SouthwestCharlotte Download PDF
Vance North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Wake North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Warren North CentralRaleigh-Durham Download PDF
Washington NortheastElizabeth City Download PDF
Watauga NorthwestBoone-Wilkesboro Download PDF
Wayne SoutheastGoldsboro-Kinston Download PDF
Wilkes NorthwestBoone-Wilkesboro Download PDF
Wilson North CentralRocky Mount-Wilson Download PDF
Yadkin Piedmont-TriadWinston-Salem Download PDF
Yancey NorthwestBoone-Wilkesboro Download PDF

The State of North Carolina operates eight administrative regions known as Prosperity Zones. Each Zone features a one-stop physical location, providing citizens and businesses the ability to interact with representatives from multiple state agencies, as well as to encourage better collaboration between the agencies themselves. More detail on NC’s Prosperity Zones is available here


Prosperity Zone
North Central Download PDF
Northeast Download PDF
Northwest Download PDF
Piedmont Triad Download PDF
Sandhills Download PDF
Southeast Download PDF
Southwest Download PDF
Western Download PDF

A local Workforce Development Board is a group of community leaders appointed by local elected officials and charged with planning and oversight responsibilities for workforce programs and services in their area. More detail on NC’s 20 local boards is available here


Workforce Development Board
Cape Fear Download PDF
Capital Area Download PDF
Centralina Download PDF
Charlotte Works Download PDF
Durham Download PDF
Eastern Carolina Download PDF
Foothills Download PDF
Gaston County Download PDF
GuilfordWorks Download PDF
High Country Download PDF
Kerr-Tar Download PDF
Lumber River Download PDF
Mid-Carolina Download PDF
Mountain Area Download PDF
Northeastern Download PDF
Piedmont Triad Regional Download PDF
Rivers East Download PDF
Southwestern Download PDF
Turning Point Download PDF
Western Piedmont Download PDF

Councils of Governments are multi-county organizations that coordinate directly with state agencies for the delivery of services in their respective regions. More detail on NC’s 16 Regional Councils of Governments is available here


Councils of Governments
Albemarle Commission Download PDF
Cape Fear Council of Governments Download PDF
Central Pines Council of Governments Download PDF
Centralina Regional Council Download PDF
Eastern Carolina Council of Governments Download PDF
Foothills Regional Commission Download PDF
High Country Council of Governments Download PDF
Kerr-Tar Council of Governments Download PDF
Land-of-Sky Regional Council Download PDF
Lumber River Council of Governments Download PDF
Mid-Carolina Council of Governments Download PDF
Mid-East Commission Download PDF
Piedmont Triad Regional Council Download PDF
Southwestern Commission Download PDF
Upper Coastal Plain Council of Governments Download PDF
Western Piedmont Council of Governments Download PDF

Charter schools are public schools that must be authorized by the NC State Board of Education to operate. Like traditional public schools, charter schools are primarily funded through state and local tax dollars and are prohibited from discriminating in admissions, having religious affiliations, or charging tuition. Please note that Charter school profiles are only provided for the state and for Prosperity Zones that have more than five charter high schools to protect identifiable information.


Charter Schools
North Carolina (State Profile) Download PDF
North Central Download PDF
Northeast Download PDF
Piedmont Triad Download PDF
Southwest Download PDF
Western Download PDF


County Profile Updates – last updated: April 16, 2024

The following K-12 indicators were updated with newly-released 2023 data:  

  • AP test takers 
  • Career & College Promise (CCP) 
  • Chronic Absenteeism
  • High School Dropout to 2023
  • Career & Technical Education (CTE) (Industry-Valued Credentials included!)  

In addition, Opportunity Youth and First-Generation College Students were also updated on the county profiles with 2022 5-year American Community Survey microdata.  

Note: County Opportunities for Growth were updated based on these new figures.  

  View Archived 2022 County Attainment Profiles
  View Archived 2020 County Attainment Profiles

Key Transition Points