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First Presbyterian church Wilmington nc
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As a ministry of FIrst Presbyterian Church, the mission of the school is to nurture the growth of children and their families by providing a Christian environment with planned experiences for children's spiritual, intellectual and social enrichment that help them learn and develop as children of God.

The school places children according to the cutoff date  utilized by the State of North Carolina. Priority in enrolling is given to presently enrolled children and their siblings, members of First Presbyterian Church and siblings of previously enrolled children. After these considerations, enrollment will be open to the public. Children will be accepted without regard to race or religious affiliation.

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