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Wakefield High School

It's all about the W! 

Mission
Wakefield High School maintains a high standard of learning for all students that effectively prepares all students for graduation and for becoming productive citizens.

Vision
The Wakefield High School learning community supports students in developing 21st Century skills that allow them to contribute responsibly in an ever-changing environment.

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  • Rescheduled Dates for Athletic Events
    JV Baseball vs. N. Durham - Monday, 3/23 @ 4:30
    Women's Lacrosse at Leesville - 4/6 @ 5 pm
    Men's Tennis vs. Leesville - 4/20 @ 3:30 pm
    Men's Lacrosse vs. Leesville - 4/23 @ 4:30 & 6:30 pm
    V. Women's Lacrosse at Holly Springs - 4/20 @ 5:00 pm

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  • Senior Information Sheet 
    Any senior or senior parent who did not attend graduation information night on March 19th can pick up a copy of the Senior Info Sheet in Student Services or download a copy here. To download the PowerPoint click here.

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  • Optimist Oratorical Contest
    Optimist Oratorical Contest - Are you a good public speaker? Compete to win a $2500 scholarship. See Mrs. Joyner in Student Services for details and application.

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  • APES Review
    There will be a mandatory APES review in Room 2320 on Tuesday, April 14th during Smart Lunch A.  Packets and study aides will be distributed at that time.
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  • Parking Behind The Building
    Important announcement for students and parents who park on the road behind the gym on weekdays or weekends.  Effective immediately, your car will be booted, towed or ticketed for blocking access.  This is a safety issue.  The only places you can park without risking being towed are the student parking lot or the gravel parking lot.  At no time is it permissible to park on the road in the back of the building.  Thank you for your cooperation.

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  • Attend Parent Academy Classes

    Parent Academy is a series of classes, workshops and events aimed at helping you positively contribute to your child’s success.

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  • Adult Evening Education Classes

    Lifelong Learning with Community Schools offers noncredit courses for adults 16 years old to 109 years young!

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  • Credit by Demonstrated Mastery

    Starting in 2015, students will be able to earn credit for a course without spending a set number of hours taking the course in a classroom.

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