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    THE Cary High School

         I would like to welcome you to Cary High School, where we value Tradition, Honor, and Excellence.  We were the first public school in North Carolina and we take pride in celebrating our long history of graduating highly successful students and citizens.  Our school culture demands focus, curiosity, engagement, and hard work.  We believe that our school has a responsibility to support its community by serving others.  Cary High School provides many specialty programs that allow students to explore and hone their talents and interests, from performing on stage to excelling on the field.  We hope that you will find our website useful in learning about us and all of the wonderful opportunities awaiting you on our campus.  

    Sincerely,

    Nolan Bryant

    Principal

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  • Yearbooks ON SALE!!!

     
    Go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to order yours today!!
    Contact  yearbook adviser Caroline Sutton (csutton@wcpss.net)
    if you have any questions. 
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    CTE Internship

     

    There is an interest meeting beside Student Services on Wednesday during A lunch for students looking to have a CTE Internship next year.


     

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  • Swimmers & Divers- JUNIORS...

     

    Captain applications are on the team website. They must be submitted IN PERSON to room 2206 by lunch Friday.


     

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  • FloraFFiti project...

     

    that is being developed using the fine arts (White), English IV (Davies), ESL (Clayton) and Strategic Marketing (Keller) classes working as one. Wonderful collaborative effort!  Click HERE to view.


     

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  • We need YOUR Expertise!

     
    School-to-Career of Wake County brings career and workplace information into the classroom.  The initiative restructures education so students will improve their academic performance and see a purpose to their studies.  In order to provide these experiances for our students, we need professionals to share information with them.  You can provide valuable information by voluteering to be a classroom speaker, talking with students during SMART lunch, presenting career information at our Career Fair, hosting a class trip at your workplace, hosting an individual student job shadow or internship, and providing answers to real world questions for classes.  
    This is an oppurtunity for you, as a businessperson and parent, to impact the lives of our students at CHS.  
     
    If you are interested in voluteering, please visit our website by clicking HERE or for more information please email Wendy Gressett, Career Development Coordinator, at wgressett@wcpss.net.
     
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  • VIC CODE

    Cary High School PTSA Harris Teeter VIC code: 3208. Don’t forget to link today
     
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  • For NC Driving Eligibility Certificate you MUST BRING WITH YOU:

    -Birth Certificate
    -Parent/Guardian with ID
    -Drivers Ed Certificate from Instructor
    Forms for Driver Ed will be available HERE and in Student Services Office. 
     
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  • Events

     

     

    What:  Cary's Got Talent

    When:  April 3,4,6  of 2017 2:30pm-3:00pm

    Where:  Main Auditorium


     

     

     

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  • Dine Outs

     

    When:  Thursday, April 20, 2017

    Where: On the Border

    Why:  PTA recieves 20% of total sales!

    Click HERE for the required flyer.


     

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  • Congrats to the ProStart & CHS Culinary Teams!!

     

    ProStart

     

    Culinary

     

    Cary High School took top honors at the 2017 North Carolina ProStart Invitational Presented by Golden Corral, which took place March 17 at The Chef's Academy in Morrisville. They will now advance to the prestigious National ProStart Invitational, which is in Charleston, South Carolina, April 28-30 this year. The top teams are also now eligible for nearly $1 million in scholarship funding. 

    Competitors are enrolled in the North Carolina ProStart program, a nationwide premier culinary arts and restaurant management program offered by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, where high school students learn from an industry-derived, competency-based curriculum that teaches culinary techniques and restaurant management skills, coupled with real-life restaurant sector experiences. The Cary Culinary Team also placed third in the state! 


     

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  • JUSTIN RESS... 

     
     a sophomore at NC State, just swam on a relay that claimed a national title!!! They swam the fastest 800-yard Freestyle relay in HISTORY; they shattered the previous US Open AND NCAA Record by exactly 1.5 seconds.
     
    You can read all about it on SwimSwam here if you want to see more! Champs continue through Saturday! The Pack are fighting for the title this season. Last year they came away with fourth place; last year was their best in program history.
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    Air Force Academy cadet team designing a next generation space station!

     

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    (Alex Danchi pictured above working on other life support fuctions for the future space station)

    The race to design the next generation of space stations is underway and a team of Air Force Academy cadets may have an early lead.

    Cadets came up with Odyssey, a space station that has advantages the existing International Space Station does not possess - like gravity. But while building the hulking international station took years, the cadet proposal could be ready for orbital use in as little as two launches.

    The key is a reliance on existing technology and a creative re-use of some used space hardware.

    "It's built to be modular like the International Space Station using parts already on the ISS," explained junior cadet Jake Lutz, who is leading an 11-cadet team in a NASA competition for space station design.

    The academy team made the semifinals, putting the cadets against peers from top engineering schools, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    The cadet's secret weapon may be gravity. Getting gravity into outer space involves some basic physics, creative design and a lot of math.

    The cadets hope to link station modules together in a circle that will spin, causing centrifugal force that would equate to the gravity on Mars - a third of that on Earth.

    That would give astronauts the ability to fall down and a big leg-up in the health department, Lutz said.

    Without gravity, novice astronauts often experience something like sea-sickness.

    "It can take 24-72 hours for them to adjust," he said.

    And life without gravity means astronauts need to spend hours exercising to keep their bodies from shutting down.

    "Your heart is not doing any work," Lutz said.

    Because it will have the same gravity as the Red Planet, the spinning station would also better prepare astronauts of the future headed for Mars and help space scientists ready gear for the trip.

    Now, the team is working to design a bearing that would allow the gravity-giving spin. That's a tough problem, Lutz said, because the bearing must hold an airtight seal and withstand the rigors of spaceflight.

    Keeping astronauts supplied with air and other life-support functions on the station is a worry for sophomore cadet Alex Danchi.

    The cadet plan would tie the station's spinning habitat to the existing Tranquility module of the International Space Station, which now provides life support to astronauts in orbit.

    It's envisioned that the station will be retired by then and could be parted out for other uses. Danchi is doing the math and studying specifications to determine if used space station parts will be good enough to keep astronauts alive a decade from now.

    "I think it is just really cool," Danchi said, "One of my far-off dreams is to go to space."

    For Danchi and Lutz, the station is more than classwork. They and their teammates have been finding precious minutes in their packed academy days to ponder their future in the stars.

    "It mostly comes out of my sleep," Lutz said.

    But the dreaming could pay off for Lutz. He wants to be an Air Force engineer and has higher goals, too.

    "I'm gunning to be one of the first people on Mars," he said.


     

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   SENIOR REMINDERS

 c/o 2017
  • Click HERE to pay Online Payments/Senior Dues.


     

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  • State Employees' Credit Union

     

    "People Helping People" Scholarship is now available in student services. Application due March 30th


     

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  • Swimmers & Divers

    If you are a SENIOR, please turn in your info sheet to 2206 by lunch on Fri 3/24. Sheets can be found on the team website.


     

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Clubs & Organizations

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French Club 

Mardi Gras Meeting.... 

French Club


S4SS 

We Meet in Rm 310 during A lunch on every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. 
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @CHS4SS

FCA...

Meets the 1st Monday of each month during smart lunch in Room 1008.

History Movies...

Club will meet this Wednesday in Room 2121 during Lunch. We will be starting a movie about World War 2.

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