What's Happening @ CHS?Go to News and the Calendar to find out the what's going on at Cary High School. The main page shows recent news and upcoming events but the "News" and "Calendar" tabs provide complete coverage of school news and events. Don't forget you can filter by interests!
Detailed InformationIf you are looking for detailed information about guidelines, policies or procedures, you should consult the Cary High School Handbookand/or the WCPSS Handbook for Students & Parents.
AcademicsYour success is a priority and it's not just about making good grades-it's also about having the right information and resources! The Student Services department provides a lot of valuable information and resources, ranging from registration to graduation. Consult the Student Services webpage for detailed information about academics.
Extra SupportEMAP (Early Morning Assistance Program) 7:00 AM each morning Location: Cafeteria Contact Person(s): and
ASAP (After School Assistance Program) 2:30 - 3:30 PM Tuesdays/Thursdays Location: Media Center Contact Person(s): and
Teachers are always glad to assist students with extra help but students must make arrangements with teachers in advance.
Who's Your Administrator?
Keisha Rock 9th-10th last names A-L
Adam Johnson 9th-10th last names M-Z
Jamal Woods 11th-12th last names A-K
Steve Hayes 11th-12th last names L-Z
Elaine Hofmann 11th-12th last names X-Z
In preparing for school each day, select clothing that supports an atmosphere conducive to learning. WCPSS Board Policy 6410 addresses the dress code in detail but here are a few reminders of what NOT to wear to Cary High School:
Phones and other communication devices should be silenced & out of sight. NOTE: The educational use of cell phones or other electronic devices in the classroom is determined by the teacher.
When Items Are Confiscated Staff members may confiscate cell phones or other communication devices that are visible. Confiscated phones must be picked up by the parents in the Attendance Office.
Students who choose to bring these items onto school property assume their own risk.
Cary High School will not be responsible for those items being lost, stolen, or damaged.