Apex High News

Transcript Information


Due to the ongoing issues with Powerschool Transcripts not being ready, we continue to utilize the NCWise Transcripts with the supporting documentation. This remains to be a state-wide issue that we have no control over.

We will continue the process we have been using to request transcripts with one exception. Effective immediately we have to reinstate the $5 fee for each transcript requested. All Seniors will receive their first three requested transcripts free. Each transcript requested after the three free will cost $5. This can be paid by cash or check. You may still submit your request via the electronic submission or at the desk in Student Services, but you must come to Student Services and pay the $5 fee before we send those out. There is a 7-10 business day turnaround for transcripts to be sent.

If CURRENT AHS STUDENTS need transcript information, look here.
ALL OTHERS need to use the transcripts link to the right, which takes you to http://www.wcpss.net/transcripts/.
Do not use CFNC to send transcripts. There are still Powerschool glitches that are preventing us from using that feature. Continue to follow the procedure above to request transcripts.

Senior Exam Schedule and Graduation

Posted 4/9/2014

The following are important dates related to Exams and graduation protocol for Seniors:

  • Tuesday, June 3 - exams for periods 1 and 2
  • Wednesday, June 4 - exams for periods 3 and 4
  • Thursday, June 5 - makeup days for senior exams
  • Friday, June 6 - graduation commencement rehearsal 1:00 at Apex High School *** rehearsal is mandatory for any senior who plans to participate in commencement Graduation is Sunday, June 8th at 12:00 noon at the Raleigh Convention Center

Distinguished Young Women of Wake County Program

Posted 4/9/2014

Distinguished Young Women, formerly America's Junior Miss, was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Mobile, Alabama. More than 700,000 young women from across the nation have participated in programs at the local, state, and national levels. In addition to cash scholarships, participants are eligible for college-granted scholarships from nearly 200 colleges and universities. To learn more about the program, please visit the DYM website by clicking the link, or stop by Student Services.

Alice In Wonderland Apex High School Prom

Posted 4/7/2014

Tickets can be purchased online (April 1st - May 1) for$45 each for Juniors and Seniors. You may purchase a ticket for one guest and yourself. Guests can be underclassmen.There will be a convenience fee of 4%.

To purchase tickets online, proceed by clicking here : Please bring your receipt to the main lobby during lunch or after school from April 21st - May 2nd with your permission forms and ID to pick up your tickets. All permission forms can be picked up in the main office or student services. You may also purchase tickets at school during this time for $45. Please have exact change or make checks out to Apex High School if you do not want to purchase your tickets online. You may purchase or pick up tickets at school April 21st - May 2nd during all 3 lunches or after school until 3:00. Please have permission forms and ID's ready. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at prom. Please contact Ms. Hoskins with any questions.

Coach Gene Daniels Memorial Scholarship

Posted 3/20/2014

The Gene Daniels Memorial Scholarship is now available in Student Services. The deadline for applying is April 25, 2014. Please visit Student Services with any questions.

Mid Year Report Forms and Transcripts

Posted 1/7/2014

If a college or university requires a Transcript and Mid Year Report, please print out your Mid Year Report Form and bring it in to Student Services. Double-check that the school requires this. If this report is not required by the school, then do not bring it in. If you have applied to a school and have been denied or have decided not to pursue admission to that school, do not submit any Mid Year Report Form to Student Services.
*For any Mid Year Report Form submitted, be certain to indicate which school it should be sent to.

Financial Aid Advisor

Posted 11/22/2013

Ms. Bonnie Sykes, the Financial Aid Advisor, will be here on Wednesdays in Student Services. Please call 919-387-2215 or stop by to schedule an appointment to meet with her. She provides great information on everything and anything financial aid related. She will be here April 16th, April 23rd, April 30th and her last day is May 7th.

Summer Programs

Posted 11/22/2013

The full list of programs available for students this summer can be found by going to www.apexhigh.com, clicking on Student Information, then Student Services, then Summer Programs. Check back frequently, as the list will continue to grow.

NTHS Tutors

Posted 11/18/2013

Need a tutor?
The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) will help with every subject. Send an email to nthstutors@gmail.com with your name, subject(s) to be tutored in, and when you want to be tutored (before school, after lunch, or during lunch…indicate your lunch period).

Student Email

Posted 10/23/2013

To access student E-mail, click here.

Growing Forward

Posted 09/26/2013

Check out the Growing Forward proposed building program and what it will mean for Apex High: http://www.wcpss.net/growing-forward/school-renovations

Parent Portal Information

Posted 09/17/2013

Here is a link to the recently updated Parent Portal website.

Click HERE to view a Quick Reference Guide of the Power Schools Parent Portal system.
NOTE: Parents MUST create an account before signing in (scroll down below user name and password). Students DO NOT need to set up a new account, they can just sign in with the user name and password.

College and Scholarship Section
(Will update regularly)


Scholarships - Please check the WCPSS Online Scholarship Guide at http://www.scholarshipplus.com/wake/ for new scholarships. Click here for the Scholarship Newsletter (the Scholarship Newsletter has been updated to include Spril/May scholarships) * Please continue to listen to announcements and check with Student Services for any new scholarships not listed on the scholarship website.

Current Scholarships Available:

  • Alpha Delta Kappa Jane Smith/Brenda Marbell Scholarship
  • Apex Community Auxilliary Scholarship
  • Cary Central Rotary Club Boyce Brown Scholarship
  • Cary Central Rotary Club Harvey Duke Scholarship
  • Jim Hynus Memorial Scholarship
  • NC Society of Accountants Scholarship
  • North State Law Enforcement Officers Association Scholarship
  • Phebe Harlan Emmons Grant-in-Aid
  • SECU "People Helping People" Scholarship (Deadline moved to April 18th)

The Debutante Scholarship Program sponsored by the Alpha Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated offers young ladies an opportunity to obtain a scholarship or an award to further their education beyond hight school. If you are interested in participating in the Debutante Scholarship Program, please stop by Student Services to pick-up information and list your name for nomination by April 24th.

College Visits: Juniors and Seniors who would like to speak with a college representative need to sign up in Student Services to receive a pass.

More College Information:

  • Roanoke College: Click here for information on days to go visit
  • Open House at Barton College on Saturday, April 26 (9:30 - 2): Register online by visiting www.barton.edu/visit
  • Wednesday, April 16th @ 12:00 - North Carolina Central University Summer Youth Business & Entrepreneurship Academy representatives will be here to speak with any Rising Sophomores & Juniors who are interested.