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.
7:00 PM Chorus
7:00 PM Faculty Talent Show
6:30 PM College Night
8:00 PM Sadie Hawkins Dance
is the oldest statewide summer residential program for academically, intellectually, and artistically gifted students in the nation. The students spend six weeks in this residential program, which is held on two campuses: GS West at Salem College in Winston Salem and GS East at Meredith College in Raleigh. Each year we are given a limited number of nominations for the academics and arts areas. Competition is extremely rigorous for this high honor and terrific opportunity.
All interested students must attend one of the Governor's School Information Sessions on Monday, September 26th or Wednesday, September 28th. Both meetings will be at 10:30 in the Career Center.
If you would like to be a Freshman class officer or representative, please plan to attend one of the following informational meetings: Wednesday, August 31st during A lunch in room 2321 or Thursday, September 1st during B lunch in room 2321. Please see Mrs. Anderson (2321) or Mrs. Atkinson (2309) if you have any questions.
competed this past weekend at Cumberland Polytechnic High School in Fayetteville. Congratulations to Halah Little, who placed first in dramatic interpretation; to Hadjer Sharkawi, who placed fourth in the oral interpretation of prose and poetry and won best novice; and to Serena Shahidi, who placed fourth in a program of oral interpretation. We are proud of all who participated. Anyone interested in joining the team should see Mr. Jessee in room 1013. All are welcome.
...have been announced. Wake County PTA Council is proud to announce three of those National Winners are from right here in Wake County.
Congratulations to the following students:
Dance Choreography Award of Merit
Mary Budo-Martin GT Middle School PTA
Music Composition Award of Merit
Dylan Mole-Cary High School PTSA
Visual Arts Award of Merit
Himanish Verma-Fuller GT Magnet Elementary
We are so proud of you three and of all our WCPTA Reflections Program Participants!!!
Congratulations to Will Atkinson and Jonathan Schertz. They have both been named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship competition. Less than 1% of the 1.5 million American students who take the PSAT during their junior year qualify for this award. Congratulations again to Will and Jonathan!
When: Tuesday, November 8th, 4:30-9pm
Where: Jersey Mike's Subs, 700 Cary Town Blvd
Why: Support your PTSA, no flyer needed
When: Monday, November 28th 4-8pm
Where: Panera Bread 2234 Walnut Street Cary NC 27511
Why: Help the Cary HS Cheerleading, Required Flyer
When: December 7, 2016
Where: City BBQ in Cary
Why: Support your PTSA, click HERE for require flyer
Ohio State, October 25 Gym Lobby, 10:22am-11:22am
Todas las escuelas se abrirán con un retraso de dos horas el martes, 8 de noviembre
Families of students served in special education: Mark your calendars for Nov. 3 for the 8th annual Special Education Open House, 5:30-9 p.m. at Martin Middle School, 1701 Ridge Road, Raleigh.