Author Archives: McKenzie Feldman

Sixth time’s a charm

If you asked me at the beginning of my freshman year about the school newspaper, I would have sadly responded with the typical Apex High answer, “We have a school newspaper?” Growing up, I vividly remember all of the Disney movies that portrayed high school newspaper writers as outcasts barely getting by, some even being banished to the basement (hey

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Spring sports update

DISCLAIMER! All records listed were found on Maxpreps as of April 18, 2018. Spring has sprung, and this means a new round of sports are in full swing. With the end of the year quickly approaching, spring athletics are almost halfway done. Here is an update on where our Cougars stand currently this spring season. The following information has been

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Culinary Students win big at FCCLA Culinary Competition

On Feb. 9, Mrs. Hoskins and three of her culinary arts students, Katelyn Holmes, Margaux Whitley, and Amanda Marrott traveled to Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte to compete in the annual Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Culinary Competition. The girls were able to win first place among seven other teams in North Carolina! I got the

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Meet this year’s Teacher and TA of the Year!

Apex High School recognized two very influential people at our school. Ms. Rozanne Todd was chosen as this year’s Teacher of the Year, and Ms. Janice May was awarded the Teacher Assistant of the Year. Let’s meet these outstanding educators! Ms. Rozanne Todd is member of our School Improvement Team, Instructional Leadership Team, and Special Programs Department here at Apex

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Possible 2018 Fitness Trends

One of society’s biggest resolutions for the New Year revolves around this idea of becoming a healthier version of yourself. Each year, many individuals set new fitness, health, and personal growth goals. Whether that means eating better, getting back in the gym, or simply becoming more active than before, hitting refresh on the New Year is never a bad idea.

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