• 2020 Open House Presentation

    Posted by Tiffany Cooper on 1/15/2020
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  • Wear Orange Wednesday, October 23rd for UNITY Day

    Posted by Tiffany Cooper on 10/17/2019
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  • HBCU College Fair

    Posted by Tiffany Cooper on 9/19/2019
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  • Attention 8th Grade Families

    Posted by Tiffany Cooper on 9/18/2019 3:00:00 PM

    Wake STEM Early College Information Night for 8th Graders is coming up! Click the link for details:

    Wake STEM Early College Information Night

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  • Lufkin Road Middle School Information Night

    Posted by Tiffany Cooper on 5/13/2019

    Will you be new to Lufkin for the 2019-2020 school year?  If so, we invite you to come to our second Information Night!  You will get a chance to tour the school and get any of your questions answered.  We look forward to seeing you Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 6:00 pm.

    *If you attended the session on April 11th, you do not need to attend again.

    Information Night Flyer

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  • Information Night

    Posted by Tiffany Cooper on 3/22/2019

    Will you be new to Lufkin Road Middle School next school year?  Join us for an Information Night Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 6:00 pm.  See you there!

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  • Rising 9th Grade Power Point

    Posted by Laura Font on 2/21/2019

    Thank you all for such a great turn out at last night's rising 9th grade parent night.  Here is the Power Point presentation for your reference.  Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions regarding registration. lfont@wcpss.net

     Don't forget to return your golden work plan sheets to your Social Studies teacher on or before the due dates!

    Parent Night Power Point


    To help you in selecting elective courses- use the following link to access descriptions of all elective and core classes offered by Wake County High Schools.

    2019-2020 High School Course Guide

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  • Rising 9th Grade Parent Night- Mandatory

    Posted by Krisi Font on 1/24/2019 11:00:00 AM

    There is a mandatory parent night for all parents/guardians of current 8th grade students on February 20th at 6:30 PM in the gym.  It is highly encouraged that all 8th grade students attend this meeting as well. We will be discussing important high school information.   Families will receive folders with information about their student's assigned high school and their registration packet. This is an extremely important meeting as students will take these folders home following the meeting and make course selections for registration that will occur at the school beginning March 1.

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  • Open House PowerPoint and FAQs

    Posted by Kelly Anderson on 1/22/2019 6:00:00 PM

    Click here for the PowerPoint from the Open House for rising 6th graders on January 17, 2019.


    Frequently asked questions from open house:

    • Do you offer before or after school care?
      • No, we do not offer before or after school care
    • Do you have a Junior Librarian Club? Or an ASL club?
      • We do not have either of these clubs, but you can see our full list of clubs on our website under the Students tab.
    • If you can’t take a left to get enter the school, how do we navigate into the school?
      • If you are coming down Ten-Ten Road, instead of taking a right onto Lufkin Road, turn right onto Reliance Avenue (right after the Sheetz). Take the next right onto Classic Road. This will bring you to Lufkin Road. Take a right onto Lufkin Road, and the school will be on your right.
    • Where do clothes go from the “Note in the Pocket” clothing drive?
    • Can students get high school credits from any of the classes?
      • Depending on what math class the student is in, they can get high school credit if they take Math 1 or higher. Students also have any opportunity to take 3 semesters of Spanish for high school credit
    • How can you change your track?
      • Contact Lisa Bannister, our data manager.
    • If a student is in AIG during elementary school, do they need to reapply?
      • No, the AIG status follows them to middle school. If they are coming from a different state, bring documentation of testing that took place in the other state and then we use that to identify them through reciprocity.
    • How can a 6th grader get into AIG in 6th grade?
      • A parent can make a request to be tested. There are two testing windows, one in the fall and one in the spring. Contact Lisa Adcock, our AIG teacher, to make a request.



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  • Magnet Schools and Early College Information

    Posted by Ryan Lee on 9/27/2018

    Please see the information below and also navigate through the following links to get information on Magnet Schools and Early Colleges in Wake County!


    Early College Fair: Saturday October 13, 9am-11am at Vernon Malone College and Career Academy

    Magnet, Early College and Year-Round Schools Fair: Saturday November 3, 9am-12pm at Southeast Raleigh Magnet HS


    Early College Options

    High School Options

    How To Apply to Early Colleges

    How To Apply to Early Colleges (Spanish Version)


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