Senior Class of 2020


  • Click here to access Graudation Update for Seniors


    Senior Fee:
    The Senior fee this year is $55 and is paid to the school either online with a credit card (Fees may only be paid only until the end of the Fall Semester), or with cash/check to the front desk. This fee is NO longer collected through Jostens when you purchase your cap and gown. Senior Fees are due by January 31, 2019. After that, the fee will become a fine and go up to $60. Seniors run the risk of not being able to get tickets for graduation or walk at graduation if it is not paid. All Seniors must pay this fee. All Fines are due Firday, May 15th.
    Senior Fee covers the cost of:
    • Diploma
    • Diploma Cover
    • Honors Stole
    • Academic Stole
    • The Graduation Ceremony
    • All printed materials (tickets, programs, etc...)
    • Senior Awards Night
    • Senior Awards
    • Senior Picnic
    • Senior Gift

    Any questions concerns about graduation need to be directed to the Graduation Coordinators: Robin Brown ( or Emily Scales (

    Cap & Gown
    Seniors are only required to purchase the cap and gown package from Jostens. Additional merchandise can be purchased as well b expoloring graduation options on the Josten's website.
    To order just a cap and gown click here

    Transcript Request information:
    Transcripts have been uploaded to PowerSchool, so you can now use to request that transcripts be sent to four year and community colleges in North Carolina. Go to, click on "apply now," and then go to "Transcript Manager." You'll need to make sure your CFNC profile has accurate information including your student ID number.

    To send transcripts to out-of-state colleges, to scholarship committees, etc., you should continue to use the Wake County Schools online request form that is found at:

    College Application Planning Sheet:
    Do you need assistance in keeping your college applications and all of the needed components organized? This planning sheet (click here) may help you!

    Resume Information:
    Creating a resume is helpful in showcasing a student's skills, accomplishments, and activities to any organization such as employers, service agencies, and colleges/universities. Also, a resume can assist teachers, counselors, employers, and community leaders in writing a recommendation for college and/or scholarship applications when requested. Finally, creating a resume enables the student to become more aware of their level of involvement and to assess what areas need to be strengthened during high school in preparation for post HS pursuits. A resume enables the student to keep an ongoing record throughout high school.

    Resume Writing Tips

    Sample Resume 

Graduation Speaker Competition

Senior Fees

All unpaid Senior fees are now a fine and can be paid in the Media Center.

Senior Events:

  • Upcoming Events:

    • Senior Parent Graduation Meeting:
      • Tuesday, April 21
    • Graduation Speaker Applications Due:
      • Tuesday, April 28
    • All Fines Paid:
      • Friday, May 15
    • Scholarship Reports Due:
      • Friday, May 22
    • Senior Day/Night:
      • Thursday, May 28
    • Graduation Rehearsal:
      • Monday, June 8
      • 1pm-3pm
    • Graduation:
      • Wednesday, June 10
      • 10am