Henderson County Schools

Henderson County offers many options for both public and private education.
The Henderson County Public School system receives both state and national recognition as one of the
top districts in the state, and currently boasts 7 Schools of Distinction and an Honor School of Excellence.
The public school system consists of 13 elementary schools that operate on both traditional and year-round
schedules, 4 middle schools, 4 high schools, one charter school and one alternative school.
Additionally, there are five private schools.

Henderson County Public Schools
Immaculata Catholic School
Fletcher Academy
Veritas Christian Academy
Heritage Hall School
The Mountain Community School

For those looking to continue their education, Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC) offers a wide range of
academic programs customized for students who want to pursue a four-year degree, acquire a technical skill,
learn how to start a business, or obtain professional certification. Fully accredited and recognized for excellence,
Blue Ridge Community College continues to add new associate degree program.

Blue Ridge Community College

BRCC’s Continuing Education programs allow students of all ages to learn new skills and pursue
personal interests. For students who are 50 or older, the Blue Ridge Center for Lifelong Learning offers a place
to pursue intellectual interests and enjoy the company of other active adults.

Wingate University

 Wingate University launched their satellite degree programs in Hendersonville in 2011.  They have now partnered with Henderson County, the City of Hendersonville, BRCC and Pardee Hospital to build a joint facility just outside of downtown Hendersonville.  Their new facility will offer post graduate degrees in Pharmacy as well as an MBA program and a Physician's Assistant program.