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.
5:00 PM Mid Year Graduation
11:45 AM Early Release
7:00 PM Sweetheart Dance
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Curriculum Night
7:00 PM IMProv
2:30 PM NHS
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Musical
to Kiki Farmer for being an outstanding employee who received an Employee Excellence award at the Board of Education meeting on December 20, 2016!!
The partnership with the Town of Cary last year went so well, that I was asked again to have the Art III Honors students complete a piece of art to be considered for the "face" of the Spring Daze Arts and Crafts Festival. The jury process took place yesterday and the chosen artist is Senior, Stefan Bottomley! His piece will be incorporated into everything relating to the festival; the poster, t-shirt, booklet, press packets, etc. It is a high honor and we should all be brimming with pride. Thousands of people will see this piece of artwork! I have attached an image of the winning artwork for you all to see!
Joel Salgado, of Cary Senior High School, was chosen as 1 of 12 winners of the Lemelson-InvenTeam Competition!!
Only 15 teams in the nation revceive this top honor along with a $10,000.00 grant to develop their invention.
Click HERE to read the full article!!
Click HERE to read the Press Release!!
...hosted a tournament on our campus this past Saturday with superb assistance provided by the NHS and the NJROTC. Congratulations to Halah Little, who placed first in dramatic interpretation; to Noah Jabusch, who placed second in varsity Lincoln-Douglas debate; to Serena Shahidi, who placed second in a program of oral interpretation; to Paul Lockhart, who placed third in novice Lincoln-Douglas debate; to Alejandra Manzo, who placed third in POI; to Oluchi Okafor, who placed fourth in POI; to Halah Little and David Schnatter, who placed fifth in duo interpretation; and to Hadjer Sharkawi, who earned best novice in the oral interpretation of prose and poetry. We are proud of all who participated. Anyone interested in joining the team should see Mr. Jessee in room 1013.
Escuelas de WCPSS cerradas el martes 10 de enero debido a las inclemencias del tiempo