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  • ATTENTION ALL SENIORS Planning to attend college/technical school next year!!!  Please remember to turn in your PINK, Final Transcript/Scholarship forms to Student Services by WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. Also, if you're have been awarded scholarships, please remember to attach documentation so that your award can be announced on Awards Day and included in our school total.  
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  • Click Here for the CHS Weekly Announcements.  Daily announcements can be found in the drop down menu of the Our School Tab.
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  • Seniors must pay their Senior Dues ($20) by June 5.  Dues can be paid in the main office (cash or check made out to Cary High School) before and after school or during SMART Lunch.  You can also pay online (select "Parents" then "Online Payments" above).
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  • ATTENTION JUNIORS & SENIORS: A representative from Wake Tech Community College will be here on Tuesday, May 19th during SMART lunch in Student Services to conduct a session on careers and tips for interviews. The representative will also answer questions about the application process and college transfer programs at Wake Tech. Please plan to attend if you have applied to Wake Tech or considering Wake Tech.

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  • Click here for the 2015 Spring Exam Schedule
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  • The Senior Booklet given out at the Senior Meeting on 4/15 is available online.
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  • Site Under Construction - Thanks for your patience!
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  • Culinary Academy accepting applications - for the next school year. 
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US News Silver Medal

Cary High School is nationally-ranked in US News and World Report's Best High Schools. With our diverse student population and dedicated faculty, we consistently perform at the top of WCPSS high schools in student growth, AP participation, and math readiness.

Imps in the News

 
 

Congratulations to the Cary High School Marching Band!!

The Band will be representing  Cary High School and the state of North Carolina in the 2016 Macy’s Day Parade in New York City.    Out of 175 applicants Cary High School Marching Band was selected to be one of ten marching bands to perform in this iconic event.  More details to follow, stay tuned…

 

 
 
Cary Prostart Headed to Disneyland
 
Young chefs from Cary HS will represent NC at national culinary championship at the Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, CA.
 
http://www.newsobserver.com/news/
local/community/cary-news/article17300087.html 
 
Got Magic? 
 
Congratulations to Dylan Donegan (senior)....he won the national Magic Card Tournament in December (see news clip below), and he was flown to Brussels, Belgium this week for the international tournament! Dylan is the youngest person ever to win the national tournament. 
 
Cary's Fulbright Scholar
 
Congratulations to Safiyah Ismail, CHS 2011 graduate. She is a senior and Morehead-Cain Scholar at UNC-Chapel Hill. She was just named a Fulbright Scholar! http://sph.unc.edu/sph-news/ismail-awarded-fulbright-english-teaching-assistantship-in-indonesia/ Only two UNC students were selected for this honor this year.
 
 
 
 

Seniors

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     SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS

     
     
    ATTENTION ALL SENIORS Planning to attend college/technical school next year!!!  Please remember to turn in your PINK, Final Transcript/Scholarship forms to Student Services by WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. Also, if you're have been awarded scholarships, please remember to attach documentation so that your award can be announced on Awards Day and included in our school total.  
     
     
     
    Senior Night in the Gym 
    Senior Night is the kick-off event for the "Graduation Events." It is the first of three occasions when seniors will wear their caps and gowns to participate in a formal event.  It will be held in the CHS Gymnasium on Wednesday, May 20th, at 7pm.  Leave home early because traffic is a problem! Seniors must bring a package of pre-packaged cookies to this event. 

    The evening begins in the main gym and ends with a cookies and punch reception in the adjacent courtyard for seniors and their families. In case of rain, the outdoor reception will move to the lobby of the auditorium. 

    One of the highlights of the evening is the presentation of gold honor tassels to all seniors who have earned at least a 3.75 cumulative weighted grade point average. These seniors will wear the gold tassel to all of the other upcoming senior events. 

    This is a very special occasion for the seniors, families, and community. No tickets are required. All Seniors are required to attend.  You may not be able to attend graduation if you miss Senior Night without an authorized excuse.
     
     
     
     
    Senior Awards Day
    Cary High School Senior Awards Day is held on Friday, May 22nd, at 8:45am in the Gym.  Juniors and Seniors attend, and are dismissed from their first period classes.  Seniors are to wear their caps and gowns and proper graduation attire. The Senior Picnic will follow the Awards Day Assembly in the football stadium adjacent to the school. For complete details, see the Senior Booklet. 

    Parents are welcome to attend Senior Awards Day, but most parents do not attend this event unless specifically invited by the CHS Staff.
     
     
     
     
    Senior Picnic
    The Senior Picnic is held at the football field after the Senior Awards Ceremony on Friday, May 22nd.  There is food and music for all Seniors.  Usually, the yearbooks are distributed prior to or on the day of the picnic.  It is wise for the seniors to bring a change of clothes to school that day, so that they don’t get their nice clothes dirty.  Thank you to the PTSA and the Senior Activities Committee for this fun event!
     
     
     
     
    Baccalaureate
    All Seniors and their families are invited to attend the Cary High School Baccalaureate on Sunday, June 7th, at 5pm at Christ the King Lutheran Church followed by a cookies and punch reception. This inter-faith service celebrates the spiritual lives of students as they mark the end of their high school years. Students should wear their caps and gowns to this event.
     
     
     
     
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