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VOL12ISS1 2016

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38 THe oRIGINAl ReloCATIoN GuIDe — CoAsTAl NC | Volume 12—Issue 1 education ECU is also an active partner with business and the public sector, and is one of the top employers in the coastal region contributing more than $3 billion to the North Carolina economy. Located in a suburban area of Wilmington, the largest private school in Southeastern North Carolina has provided non-denominational Christian education since 1969. Wilmington Christian Academy (WCA) is a coeducational school with four divisions: Preschool, Elementary, Middle and High School. 98% of WCA graduates pursue post-secondary education. WCA graduates have successfully gained acceptance into major public and private colleges throughout the United States. Graduates frequently secure college scholarships for athletic and academic achievement. Alumni have successfully completed advanced degrees in many fields such as ministry, medicine, law, business, education, journalism, law enforcement, technology, engineering and the military. A recent advancement at WCA is a new student/parent portal, allowing everyone to communicate freely between school and home. WCA considers the school to be an extension of the home. The dedicated and qualified teaching staff works to give students the academic, social and spiritual foundation needed to excel in life. So if you're planning on relocating to the North Carolina coastline, rest assured that each community sees your child's education as very important. From Beaufort to Bird Island, Cape Fear to Cape Lookout, this part of Eastern North Carolina is made up of cities and towns where education, military service, healthcare and family are equally prized and everyone has the same love… sun, sand, and water. [] RIGHT SIZE YOUR PORTIONS MOVE MORE WATCH LESS TV EAT MORE FRUITS & VEGGIES PREPARE MORE MEALS AT HOME DRINK MORE WATER Don't sweat it – you can do it! Walk, jog or go bike riding with the kids – get your heart pumping at least 30 minutes a day. Try 10 minute intervals, 3 times a day to fi t your schedule better. Get moving and make small changes that can have a big effect on your life. I WILL M O V E MORE! EMPOWER YOURSELF. For more ways to get and stay active, visit: www.MyEatSmartMoveMore.com

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