• Fear Farms?

    Love horror and the rush of adrenaline from jump-scares that come with no warning? Fear farms might be just for you! From corn mazes to haunted mansion walks, fear farms

    Read more »
  • Must Have Apps For School!

    Technology is a great tool to enhance your education, and there are many apps that you can download for free to improve your school experience. After you download and begin

    Read more »
  • Hurricane Florence’s Effect On Apex Families

    APEX, NC – On September 15, 2018, Hurricane Florence made contact with Apex. For us, rain drizzled and the wind shook the trees. For us, the damage had some impact

    Read more »
  • The Apex High Cougars are Leveling Up!

    The big day is quickly approaching; the day the people of Apex High level up from Green Level to the new Apex High School! After being under construction for roughly

    Read more »
  • Team turquoise

    It is almost October, and with that comes Halloween, National Teacher’s day, and Dysautonomia Awareness. But with that comes many questions. Mainly, what is dysautonomia? It sounds like a terrible

    Read more »
  • What Could FCCLA mean to you?

    Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), an impressive club with an even more impressive community. To me it means family and friendships. Last year I was in FCCLA,

    Read more »
  • Apex’s very own Roy Cooper wins Male Coach of the Year

    Every year, The North Carolina High School athletics association picks a Male and Female coach of the year. This year, the NCHSSA picked Apex’s very own, Roy Cooper as the

    Read more »

Twelfth Night at Apex High Review

October 18-20, the Apex High Peak Players are taking on a wacky early 2000s re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night directed by Laura Levine. Shakespeare’s work was meant to be performed, so Levine’s adaptation of the comedy revolving around twins Viola and Sebastian, separated by a shipwreck, as they get into twisted–and completely absurd–love triangles, is perfect. As everyone who has

Read more

Cross Country Brings Home Two Conference Titles

Apex continued its conference domination, adding two more South Wake Athletic Conference  titles to those already won by the women’s tennis and volleyball teams this past week. Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams won the SWAC Conference Championship at WakeMed Soccer Park on Tuesday. This was the first time since 1995 that both teams brought home two conference

Read more

Paddling for gold: Seattle’s Devon Adelman goes from White House to Special Olympics ambassador

From speaking to the United Nations and visiting the White House to talk about Down syndrome, to cheerleading and soccer, Devon Adelman has always risen to the occasion. Her next big goal: A stand-up paddle board gold medal at the Special Olympics USA When Seattle’s Devon Adelman gets on her paddle board during the Special Olympics USA Games on Monday,

Read more

The Story of the Lost Dollars.

Whether it be textbooks or computers, many schools in North Carolina seem to have problems with funding. Although schools still have enough money to teach students the curriculum they need, many schools have complained about either a lack of textbooks, lack of computers, or even lack of computer software. The taxes the people of the state pay helps go to

Read more

The Problem of Polarization in Modern Politics

Politics—the topic that no one wants to talk about during Thanksgiving dinner. Everyone holds their own beliefs on how the world should function, varying from autocracy to complete anarchy. However, within in the United States, there are two political parties that wield enormous amounts of power: the Democrats and Republicans. While there are other parties, such as the Libertarian and

Read more
« Older Entries