Welcome to the Wake Forest High School website. As you explore these pages, you will recognize that the Home of the Cougars is steeped with pride, a tradition of excellence, and a consistent expectation that WFHS will graduate students who are prepared to transition to their adult lives in the 21st century.
Odyssey of the Mind Team advances to World Competition!!!
The Wake Forest Odyssey of the Mind team that competed this weekend won first place in spontaneous problem-solving and second place in long term problem-solving at the NC State Tournament for Critical and Creative Thinking and will represent our school and town at World Competition in May! The group is under the leadership of Ms. Marie Jones. Students in this group are: KianFonicello, Alyssa Allen, Regan Barbour, Denise Sherow, Griffin Salyer, JayeAbhau, and Mason Wilkinson.
FEES: College Board charges a $15 unused exam fee for any exam that is ordered but not used. College Board charges a $45 late testing fee.
Students are responsible for this charge if they miss the exam, or have to take an alternate exam due to late testing.
All AP Exams will be administered at Rolesville HS. If there are any students who need transportation to the school, these students needed to sign up for transportation to the AP Exam Site (Rolesville HS) by March 15, 2015.
AP Exam Dates:
Morning (8 AM)
Afternoon (12 PM)
AP Environmental Science
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Chinese Language and Culture
AP English Literature and
AP Japanese Language and Culture
AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based
AP Computer Science A
AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP Art History
AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based
AP German Language and Culture
AP United States History
AP European History
Studio Art: Last day for your school to submit digital portfolios and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for the physical portfolio assembly. Students should have forwarded their completed digital portfolios to their teachers well before this date.
Morning (8 AM)
Afternoon (12 PM)
AP Music Theory
AP Physics C: Mechanics
AP United States Government and Politics
AP French Language and Culture
AP Spanish Literature and Culture
AP English Language and Composition
AP Comparative Government and Politics
AP World History
Wake Tech’s Open House is an opportunity for high school students, counselors, parents, and members of the community to visit the campus and learn more about the programs and resources offered at Wake Tech. Come to our Student Services for more information or visit both links:
Wake Forest Class of 2015 Senior Picnic will take place Friday, May 22, 2015. The picnic will follow the senior awards ceremony. This event is for seniors, junior marshals, senior advisors, and parent volunteers only. Students will go to Trentini Stadium for food, fellowship, yearbook distribution and activities. Parents may help by donating or volunteering via the sign up genius or make a financial donation. Financial donations need to be dropped at the school office with checks made payable to WFHSPTSA Senior Event. If parents have any questions they may call Amy Black 919-554-0859.
Construction Academy Information for Rising 9th Graders
The link below provides information for parents of rising ninth grade students regarding the Wake Forest Construction and Technology Career Academy (CTCA), which 9th graders can get involved in starting in 2015-16. Contact Ms. James, Dean of Students, at email@example.com with any questions.
Students are assigned to a base school based on their residential address. Each Wake County address has been assigned an elementary, middle and high school known as the base school. Students are automatically assigned to their base school upon enrollment. Transportation is provided to your base school. Go to www.wcpss.net/preview to view a list of your base schools assigned to your residential address. Please contact Student Assignment with questions.
The base school assigned to your address
To view the school assigned to your address, visit http://www.wcpss.net/preview. Our school directory provides basic information, highlights, bus routes and test results for each school.
The Center for International Enrollment For children whose primary language is not English
Crossroads 1, 5625 Dillard Drive, Cary, NC 27518
Then you should bring appropriate paperwork as noted below to your base school:
Completed enrollment package from the district website
Certified copy of student’s birth certificate
Proof of their Wake County address (current water, gas, or electric bill in parent’s name, new lease, or offer to purchase agreement)
Student’s Immunization Record
Any custody documents
Parent’s Picture ID
Special Programs (IEP) or 504 Plan
For a 9th grade course listing click here.
For a 10th Grade course listing click here.
For an 11th grade course listing click here.
For a 12th grade course listing click here.
Re-enrollments or existing families with a change of address:
Completed enrollment packet from the district website for re-enrollments
Proof of their address
Any new custody documents
Parent’s Picture ID
If you need to bring an enrollment package you may print one by clicking here.
If you need bus transportation after enrollment, you must go here to make a bus stop request. You are NOT automatically assigned a bus.