Living on post provides dependents of Active Duty Service Members and DoD employees the opportunity to attend the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools located on Fort Bragg. Fort Bragg is fortunate enough to be one of the installations in the states to have DoDEA schools located on post. DoDEA's focus is on improving the academic achievement of active duty military dependents while supporting the mission and unique needs of military Families. Fort Bragg is home to a total of 11 schools (pre-K through 8th grade) to serve students residing on post. To learn more about the schools serving the Fort Bragg community visit www.dodea.edu.
DoDEA offers a wide range of programs and resources to help children reach their academic goals. To learn about programs ranging from special education services to gifted education to their fine arts program visit www.dodea.edu.
Visit DoDEA to learn how to help you and your minor dependent transition from one installation's school system to the next.
DoDEA schools are known for their high standards and integrity while meeting the educational goals of the children they serve. To learn more about DoDEA schools performance and accreditation visit www.dodea.edu.
Cumberland County Schools has some choice options for high school students. Keep in mind that choice options are through an application process - for more information please visit choice.ccs.k12.nc.us. High school students residing in our Linden Oaks Community attend high school via Harnett County.
Cumberland County Schools and Harnett County Schools also meets the educational needs of children of retirees pre-K through 12th grade. As a reminder, dependents of retirees are not eligible to attend on post DoDEA schools even if the family resides on post.