• Senior Activities Page


    Counselor Appointments


    Seniors who would like to meet with their counselor, Ms. Shaw, can sign up for a time here:  


    Please ask your teacher for a pass when it is time to attend your appointment.  If you schedule an appointment and then need to change it, please delete the appointment from your calendar so someone else can sign up for that time.  Thank you.  


    Senior Parent Night

    Senior Parent Night was held on Thursday, August 22nd at 6:00 pm.   Counselors discussed planning during the senior year and beyond and graduation requirements, college admissions and applications, SAT and ACT, and more.  Please feel free to email your student's counselor if you have questions.  Presentation information and handouts are posted below for your reference.

    Senior Parent Night Presentation
    Senior Handout
    Community College Information
    NC College Admissions Statistics
    Senior Obligations


    Helpful Links 


    Important Dates

    May 23 - Graduation rehearsal, 8:30 AM in the SRMHS Gym 
    May 23 - Senior class cookout, 12 noon in the athletic stadium 
    May 24 - Graduation rehearsal, 8:30 AM at Memorial Auditorium 
    May 24 - Graduation ceremony, 4:00 PM at Memorial Auditorium (Seniors must arrive by 2:45) 

    Final Transcripts

    All transcript requests are to go through the WCPSS main website.  Transcript requests are not taken at the school.   Seniors should be sure they have requested a final transcript to be sent to the school of their choice and NCAA, if applicable.  North Carolina colleges will automatically receive final transcripts if they were requested at any time through CFNC.

    NCAA Eligibility


    Seniors considering playing college sports should be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Students may register at any time, but the Eligibility Center recommends you register by the end of your junior year. You can register at the Eligibility Center website and must have a unique e-mail address. The Eligibility Center will evaluate a student's academic credentials once the following information has been received and the student has had his or her status requested by an NCAA member institution:

    •    Completed online registration
    •    Payment
    •    SAT or ACT test score on file from the respective testing agency
    •    Transcript(s) from all schools or programs attended 

    What does this mean for you? Students need to send an official copy of their high school transcripts to the Eligibility Center. This is true for any student who has completed at least six semesters of high school. Send transcripts to:  

    NCAA Eligibility CenterCertification Processing
    P.O. Box 7136
    Indianapolis, IN 46207-7136.

    All transcripts are to be requested through the Wake County website.