Congratulations to the following Senior boys who are on this year's Spirit King Court: Andre Crawford, Sultan Hassan, Jack Long, Matthew Parker, Kevin Schmid, and Jeffrey Tulliz. Please plan to attend a brief meeting at 2:30 on Monday, September 15 in Mrs. Atkinson's room (2309). You
Attention Juniors and Seniors who park in the Band practice area of the senior parking lot! ALL cars in that area MUST be moved by 3:00 PM daily. Failure to do so will result in the suspension of your parking privileges.
JUNIORS & SENIORS: ASVAB test – assessment of your knowledge, skills and aptitudes - will be administered by the military on Thursday, September 18. Your results, delivered within 2 weeks, will help you plan for courses at Cary High and for college. You must have passed Algebra I or Common Core Math I; you must be able to miss and make up work for 1st – 2nd periods. Sign up NEXT WEEK (the week of 9/15/2014) in Student Services, in CTE class-rooms or in ROTC classrooms, junior and senior English classes. On the bright orange sheet, write your name, grade, 1st and 2nd period teachers and room numbers. We offer a limited number of seats. Decide NOW; you MUST sign up soon!
Attention Seniors! The senior counselors are offering College Bootcamp Sessions after school on several dates to assist you with preparing your college applications. Please come to Student Services to sign up for any of these sessions. Space is limited, so please sign up early!What is College Boot Camp? The College Boot Camp Series is designed to walk seniors through the application process.
There are three main sessions: Getting Started (Sept. 23), Writing Your College Essay (Sept. 30 in Room 1015), and Finishing Touches (Oct. 9). Counselors will offer additional help sessions for general application assistance to coincide with CFNC's College Application Week (November 10-14). More information regarding College Application Week will come soon.
Counselors will begin individual conferences with senior students soon! Seniors need to stop by Student Services to sign-up for a time starting today! Senior conferences will be held through October 3rd.
Congratulations to Supriya Narisetti on her Tennis Singles win against Athens Drive and congratulations also to Supriya Narisetti and Talya Ali on their Tennis Doubles win against Athens Drive. Great Job Imps!!!!!!
Congratulations to the Varsity Men's Soccer team on their IMPressive 3-0 win over conference and cross town rivals Green Hope last Tuesday night. The imps were lead in goal by senior Johannes Dietrich who made 12 saves in preserving the shutout. Our goal scorers were Senior Eruby Toledo de Jesus with 2 goals and freshman Marvin Rosas with 1. David Amato, Quinn Dunphy and Noah Bagherpour chipped in with an assist each.
NTHS has elected officers for the 2014-15 school year. We have an excellent executive committee and are excited for this upcoming year. President: Kalkidan Hailemariam, Vice President: Simone Dixson, Recording Secretary: Miguel Campos, Treasurer: Alyssa Grube, Committee Chairs: Anna Kimberley, Publicity: Kirtan Patel, Meeting Topics: Suzette Ramirez and Muznah Khan. Please congratulate these students!
Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams on their outstanding performances at the UNCW Invitation at Wilmington on Saturday, September 6. The boys placed 4th and the girls placed 6th. The boys top finishers were Dean Abushouk, Matt Thornton, James Lundergan and Andrew Ray. The girls top finishers were Cayla Rodney, Sarah Venable, Reilyn Gaglione, Elizabeth Dunphy, and Sophia Uthe. A special congratulations to Dean Abushouk who placed 1st!
Grade Power Learning Cary, the sponsor of the Cary High PTSA 2015 Grade Power Learning Academic Scholarship for a student attending a 2-yr technical school, is offering an SAT prep class.
This is a 10 week classroom SAT prep program that covers Math, Reading and Writing. The program includes an SAT Work book, a Study Guide and (2) Full-length SAT proctored practice tests. The class meets for two hours each Saturday afternoon from 12:30-2:30pm beginning on Saturday, September 20 in preparation for the December 6th SAT test. We are located at 1229 NW Maynard Road, Maynard Crossing Shopping Center, Cary, NC 27513.Call 919-462-3330 for more information. www.gradepowerlearning.com
Dates and times subject to change without notice. All visits are held in the Cary High School gym lobby during SMART lunch unless otherwise noted.
UNC Chapel Hill – September 24, 2014 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) – September 26, 2014 UNC Pembroke – September 29, 2014 Brandeis University – October 1, 2014 Salem College – October 8, 2014 Eastern Mennonite University – October 31, 2014
In celebration of Try Transit Month, the area’s initiative to explore public transportation, the Town of Cary will offer fare-free rides on all six fixed routes on Thursday, September 18 as part of the Customer Appreciation Day from 6 a.m.- 10 p.m. For more information about C-Tran events during Try Transit, please visit: http://www.townofcary.org/Departments/fdts/trafficandtransportation/CTran.htm
NC STATE FAIR TICKETS: Buy advance gate tickets to the NC State Fair and earn money for Cary High School! The school earns $2.00 back for every adult advance ticket, and $1.00 back for every child advance ticket. Go to http://www.ncstatefair.org/2014/Visitor/Tickets.htm and scroll midway down the page. Under “Advance Sales Information” choose “Buy Now” in the Wake County Public Schools row. Be sure to enter 368, Cary High School’s school code. Tell all your friends about this great opportunity! Once the fair starts, the price goes up and no money comes back to CHS.
Do you love the smell of napalm in the morning? If so, join Film Club. Meetings are Thursday afternoons in room 2121.
The Cary High School Performing Arts Students are offering the 2015 GoPlaySave Coupon Books (formerly Raleigh Citipass) for $30 per book. Here’s a sampling of the retailers represented: Moe’s, Hallmark, Kroger, Mellow Mushroom and Great Wolf Lodge. You may order a book from any CHS Chorus or Drama student from now until September 25th.
If you want to go completely mobile, use the following link to purchase your mobile book: www.goplaysavetriangle.com/store/CHPABC2015 ,Questions? Contact Katrina Muirhead email: email@example.com .
Robotics in medicine and medical equipment: Spend a Saturday morning watching and learning what technology and robotics can do in the medical field! Register to attend the session on Saturday, Sept. 20, from 8:30 - noon, at WakeMed, Raleigh. See the green and white board in 2000 lobby or contact Mrs. Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students interested in becoming architects, construction site managers, engineers: Please consider joining the ACE Mentor Program. It offers you the opportunity to visit construction sites, study blueprints, learn about CAD programs, etc. You will work to complete projects with other interested students from all over Wake County, under the guidance of successful architects, construction site managers, and engineers in this area. You will meet about once each month, in the late afternoon, in Raleigh or in Cary. You will need to provide your own transportation. If you are interested, please contact Lisa Williams in Student Services or at email@example.com .
The Parent Academy is a Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) initiative designed to strengthen the relationship between parents/guardians and schools and to help parents navigate the school system. Research shows that students achieve more when parents are involved in their child’s education.
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Attention students-- PSAT/NMSQT registration information: The PSAT will be administered at Cary High on Wednesday, October 15th. All 10th graders are automatically registered for this test and do not need to pay. Any other students wishing to take this test will need to bring in a check for $14 payable to Cary HS. Please turn checks in to Student Services. The deadline for registration is September 23rd. No late registrations will be accepted. Attention Juniors--taking the PSAT during your Junior year is the only way to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship. More information on this test can be found by visiting www.collegeboard.org.