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Wake Early College of Health and Sciences
Early College , STEM Schools Collaborative Network
 Calendar: Wake Early College of Health and Science

Information for the: 2014 - 2015 school year.

Principal, Grades & Calendar

Principal - Lisa Cummings

Grades - 9 - 13

2014-15 School Schedule - 7:25 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.

Instructional Calendar

Wake Early College of Health and Sciences runs on the Wake Early College of Health and Science calendar. Currently, the following Wake Early College of Health and Science calendars are available for download:


Phone - (919) 212-5800

Fax - (919) 212-5810

Website -


Address - 2901 Holston Lane, Raleigh, NC 27610

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Wake Early College of Health and Sciences provides educational and work-based learning opportunities for students who will graduate ready to pursue a career in a health sciences field.

All students graduate with a high school diploma. Students will earn a degree, diploma, or certificate from Wake Technical Community College in a health or sciences field, strengthening the regional healthcare workforce.

Wake Early College of Health and Sciences (WECHS) is a magnet school focused on health and sciences. WECHS features a partnership among the Wake County Public School System, Wake Technical Community College, and WakeMed Health and Hospitals. The school is located on the Wake Tech Health Sciences and Northern Campuses. WECHS students have the opportunity to graduate in five years with a high school diploma and an Associates of Arts (AA), Associates of Science (AS), Associates of Applied Science (AAS), transferrable diploma in science or arts, or a health science certificate. College credits completed while enrolled in the school are tuition-free and are transferable to one of North Carolina's sixteen public universities. The school's small size provides one of the most individualized environments available to Wake County students.

WECHS students complete the majority of their high school courses during their first two years in the program. The remaining three years are dedicated to students earning college credits in pursuit of associates degrees. Some college credits serve as dual enrollment credits toward a high school diploma. Students receive advisement about their course of study from both WECHS counselors and Wake Tech academic advisors. This experience provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to advance to a four-year degree program or to enter the health science profession.

Curriculum: Early College

Early College High Schools are small schools where students have the opportunity to earn an Associate degree (Arts or Science) or two years of transferable college credit. They offer personalized learning environments, a common and coherent focus, and they emphasize accelerated learning for students.

Bus route information for this school is currently unavailable.

NC School Report Cards

State report cards are produced by the NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI).

2011 - 2012

2010 - 2011

2009 - 2010

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2007 - 2008

2005 - 2006

NC EOC Results

NC ABCs Results

Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) Results

Federal AYP Results (Replaced by AMO)

Latest Accreditation Reports

Quality Assurance Review Report (PDF)

Standards Assessment Report (PDF)

Academic Highlights

College preparatory curriculum; transferrable college credit up to an Associate's degree; health sciences certifications; work-force development opportunities in the health sciences

Extra-Curricular Highlights

Student Government Association; National Honor Society; Health Occupations Student Association; Tobacco Reality Unfiltered; Service Club; Book Club; Expressions Club;