Wake County Public School System will provide a relevant and engaging education and will graduate students who are collaborative, creative, effective communicators and critical thinkers.
Through best practices, a shared vision, a culture of continuous improvement and exposure to the fields of health and sciences, students will graduate with a high school diploma and have the opportunity to earn an associate degree, health sciences diploma, or certificate from Wake Technical Community College.
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Join Remind for bus changes at: remind.com/join/k4bk8
The calendar for WECHS for 2017-18 has been approved. See here!
Technology has created a WakeID global icon for our website. This icon will replace the Webmail and Google Apps icons. This update should be completed by Wednesday, April 26th. Look for it soon!
The Yearbook staff needs YOU to be a part of the end-of-year video! We need students and staff to be a part of our mannequin challenge. We also need 3 freshmen and 2 sophomores who want to be videotaped doing Truth or Dare. If you would like to participate please see Olivia Sallis or Grace Guilliams during lunch in Mrs. Piner's room. Please respond today, Wednesday, April 26th.
There are two information sessions in May about upcoming changes in Extended Content Classes that will occur over the next four years.