Select a School...
Select a School
  • Welcome to

    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

Announcements


Megaphone  
  • Curriculum Night

     
    Please join us for Curriculum Night on February 18th!  Rising 9th Grade session begins at 6:00pm in the Auditorium.  Information sessions and expo for rising 10th-12th Grades will be held from 6:30-8:00pm.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • SWAC Tournament

    The SWAC basketball tournament will be played on Tuesday, February 16. Cary Men will host Athens Drive at 6:30 pm. Cary Women will travel to Holly Springs at 6:30. Admission is $5.00. Gates will open at 5:30.


     

    Comments (-1)
  • Attention Sophomores and Juniors:   

    On Thursday, February 11th, the CHS Student Services Department is hosting a College Planning Night from 6:30-8:00pm. There will be breakout sessions offered on a variety of topics, including:  College Admissions, College Exploration, Financial Aid, Career Exploration, and Community College Programs. Representatives from NC State University, UNC-Chapel Hill, Meredith College, Appalachian State University, NC A&T State University,  Wake Tech, Elon University, and the University of Alabama will attend. The program begins at 6:30pm with an opening session in the CHS Media Center.  Students and parents are encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there!


     

    Comments (-1)
  • Career Fair Community and Imp Family Volunteers needed!

    Help expose students to the variety of work out there!  Please consider presenting at the CHS' Career Fair on Thursday, March 17th ~  help expand the horizons of Cary Students planning for their future!  To register click HERE!


     

    Comments (-1)
  •  

    Mrs. Allen is planning a trip!!

     
    Where: Spain (Barcelona) & Italy (Florence, Venice) 
    When: June 14-21, 2016
    Who: Students, parents, friends and teachers
    Cost: $3500  All inclusive: Transportation, breakfast, dinner, lodging, admissions per the itinerary, airfare, taxes & tips.  $100 discount if paid in full by Sept. 30, 2015
    Information Meetings:  
    1. Tuesday, Sept 1- during lunch or after school- Mrs. Allen's room, 2106
    2. Tuesday, Sept 29- 7pm in Mrs. Allen's room, 2106.  Travel for Teens Vice President, Ned Clark, will be here to talk about the trip and answer questions
     Trip website:  Click HERE!
     
    Email if you have any questions:  Lisa Allen- lallen3@wcpss.net or Ned Clark- ned@travelforteens.com
    I'm going to eat Gelato every day- come join me!

     
    Comments (-1)
  • Yearbooks are on SALE now!!

    to order yours today!!

     
    Comments (-1)
  • Drivers Ed Restored!!

    Funding has been restored for Driver Education. Jordan Driving School is resuming classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction for public school students. Please be patient while they schedule students following a three-month hiatus. Classroom instruction will begin in November. Behind-the-wheel instruction will resume on October 5, with students that have completed classroom instruction. Jordan Driving School will contact these students.

    Forms for Driver Ed will be available HERE and Student Services, after the schedule has been revised.


     

    Comments (-1)
  • For NC Driving Eligibility Certificate you MUST BRING WITH YOU:

    -Birth Certificate
    -Parent/Guardian with ID
    -Drivers Ed Certificate from Instructor
     

    Comments (-1)
  • We need YOUR Expertise!

     
    Volunteer as a businessperson to impact the lives of our students at CHS.
    Please click HERE and complete the information on the volunteer form. 
    For more information please email Wendy Gressett, Career Development Coordinator, at wgressett@wcpss.net.

    Comments (-1)
  • New Grading Scale 

    Click HERE for more information in English.
    Click HERE for more information in Spanish. 

     
    Comments (-1)
  •  

    VIC CODE

    Cary High School PTSA Harris Teeter VIC code: 3208. Don’t forget to link today
     

     
    Comments (-1)
  • Culinary Academy accepting applications - for the next school year. 
     

     
    Comments (-1)

Imps in the News


              paper
  • SWAG Champs

     

    Congratulations to the Men's Basketball team for clinching the SWAC Championship last Friday night with a 61-36 win over Green Hope on Senior Night in a sold-out, standing-room only Imp Dome.  The win raises the Imps' overall record this season to 22-0 and to 14 - 0 in the SWAC. 

    Thanks to Serge Beaudoin for capturing the Imps in action this season with his great photography. 

    Finally, considering the fact that this team has been together for two years, they now have a 40 - 7 record over the past two seasons!  Congratulations to the Imps for winning the conference and best of luck as they head into the play-offs.

    Comments (-1)
  •  

    The Speech and Debate Team 

    The Speech and Debate Team competed this past weekend at Reid Ross Classical High School in Fayetteville and won second place overall.  Congratulations to Halah Little, who placed first in dramatic interpretation and fourth in the interpretation of prose and poetry; to Kyle Morgenstein, who placed first in varsity Lincoln-Douglas debate; to Sam Thompson, who placed first in informative speaking; to Serena Shahidi, who placed second in a program of oral interpretation; to Oluchi Okafor, who placed third in a program of oral interpretation; to Gen Burns and Kate Cutler, who placed third in novice public forum debate; to Saqib Ismail, who placed fourth in novice original oratory; to Maggie McCray, who placed fourth in novice original oratory; and to Alejandra Manzo, who placed fifth in a program of oral interpretation.  Based upon their record over the entire season, several of our students also qualified for Nationals to be held in Sacramento, California over Memorial Day weekend:  Marley Peterson and Olivia Schreiner in public forum debate, Noah Jabusch and Kyle Morgenstein in Lincoln-Douglas debate, and Halah Little in the interpretation of prose and poetry.  We are proud of all who participated.

     
    Comments (-1)
  • Jordy R.

    Jordy Rodriquez, senior at Cary High School, moved to North Carolina from the Dominican Republic with little to no English language ability.  He has an extraordinary thirst for knowledge and dedication to learning. Jordy dresses up for school every day in order to put forth his best effort. He tops off his sharp dress with a permanent smile. Teachers appreciate Jordy for going out of his way to help newcomers. He stays after school four hours every week and participates in the same tutoring program that helped him progress in his classes to help those students.  He’s in class every day at lunch working on assignments.  When he’s finished, he helps others with theirs, and if everyone is caught up, he creates Kahoot games and plays them to help others learn or review. All of this is done with unfailing cheerfulness.  He eagerly takes advice from adults as they have guided him about graduation and college, and he expresses his gratitude to all of them in a genuine way that shows he is so grateful for them and the opportunity to simply go to school and learn.  Jordy came to the minds of several staff members as an obvious standout for this Spotlight on Students.


     

    Comments (-1)
  • Congratulations...

    to the following Cary Band Members for being selected to participate in this year's All-District Band:  Danny Holland, Josh Kraus, Issac Leavins, Jabril Lee, John Loomis, Noah Marcus, Lillenne Martin, Edwin Neals, and Mikayla Santos.

    Also a BIG THANK YOU to all the parents and students who helped make the All-District Auditions a big success!  The band directors were especially complimentary of the food and the help!


     

    Comments (-1)
  • On Monday, January 25th Cary High School student Emily Pittman (senior) was recognized by the Town of Cary for her artwork. The piece honored will be used as the artwork for the Town Of Cary's annual Spring Daze Arts and Crafts Festival. All eighteen students in teacher Susan Silver's Art III Honors class created a piece for consideration. All pieces will be on display at Bond Park during the Spring Daze event in April. 
     
    Emily Pittman
     
    Photo from left to right: Art III Honors students Bennett Steidinger (senior) and Leah Jensen (junior), Art teacher Eric White, Emily Pittman (senior), Nolan Bryant (principal of Cary High School), Art teacher Susan Silver. 
     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Congratulations to the Cary High School Marching Band!!

     
    Macy's Donation

    Click HERE to HELP!

    The Marching Band will be representing  Cary High School and the state of North Carolina in the 2016 Macy’s Day Parade in New York, New York.    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...  Read More!
    Comments (-1)
  •  

    Visual Arts Students Sweep 4 of 6 Awards! 

    The Visual Art students recently participated in a wonderful event at the Page Walker House. The students created artwork inspired by the environment of the P.W.H. They sat for a working time of four hours and finished their work in that time! Quite amazing! Yesterday the Page Walker House hosted an opening reception and awards ceremony. Cary High students swept up 4 out of the 6 awards presented! If you see any of these students, congratulate them on a job well done!  

    Veronica Goodman- Best use of positive and negative space
    Sean Haley- Best En Plain Air
    Emily Pittman- Best architectural rendering
    Hannah Sudduth- Best use of media

    Remaining Participants:
    Katy Dimmitt
    Rylee Navarre
    Stefan Bottomley
    Danilea Sanabria
    Emelia Stern
    Rachel Breitinger
    Hope Welch
    Leah Jensen


     

    Comments (-1)

Senior Reminders

 
CO2016
  • Career Fair Info

    click HERE!


     

    Comments (-1)
  • Click here to pay Senior Dues.


     

    Comments (-1)
  • SCHOLARSHIPS CLICK HERE!! 


     

    Comments (-1)
  • IMPortant Senior Dates!!!


    Comments (-1)
  • Attention Seniors!

    The class rank for the Fall is complete.  You may now request official transcripts to be sent to your preferred institutions.


     

    Comments (-1)
  • YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW!!!

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

     
     
    Comments (-1)
  •  
    Yard Sign
                                                                                   Click HERE!
     

     
    Comments (-1)

Clubs & Organizations

C/O

 

YOUNG REPUBLICANS

... is collecting clean, reusable coats and clothes
Feb 2-26, 2016.  Coat collection boxes will be at 
3000 and 2000 Lobbies and 11 and 400 Buildings.

 
 

FCA

...is now having Small Group Bible Study  meetings on Thursdays in Room 1008 during SMART lunch.  Bring your lunch and enjoy the fellowship!

 
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.  Read more HERE!!

 

 

Imps Tweets

BYOD  
Click HERE for the BYOD Policy 

Asbestos Notification

from WCPSS Click HERE for PDF 
download. 
 

Wake County News

  • Summer Enrichment Opportunities

    Summershine Online Directory offers parents a broad array of opportunities for enrichment during the break

    Comments (-1)
  •  School Counselor talking with student

    National School Counseling Week

    Our school counselors work tirelessly to support students so they can succeed in school and life.

    Comments (-1)
  •  Congratulations

    Celebrating Black History Month

    Learning about African-American citizens who made our country great

    Comments (-1)
  • more
Culinary Academy
NJROTC
l