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Old 06-13-2007, 08:48 AM
 
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I know that there is a lot of crowding at the schools in cary, Apex, Holly springs area. We saw alot of the trailers in the school lots when we visted. Alot of the information on this site has made me a little nervous about the school situation, and how many years before it is improved. We have also been looking at the Wake Forest area, and Rolesville. I checked out the Wake Forest school site and it said that they have tradiditonal and year-round school. Does anyone have any kids at schools in wake forest, and are they experienceing the same problems as the Cary/Apex area?
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Old 06-13-2007, 01:31 PM
 
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Default do a search...

and you will find many posts covering this topic.
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Old 06-13-2007, 04:06 PM
 
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I know that there is a lot of crowding at the schools in cary, Apex, Holly springs area. We saw alot of the trailers in the school lots when we visted. Alot of the information on this site has made me a little nervous about the school situation, and how many years before it is improved. We have also been looking at the Wake Forest area, and Rolesville. I checked out the Wake Forest school site and it said that they have tradiditonal and year-round school. Does anyone have any kids at schools in wake forest, and are they experienceing the same problems as the Cary/Apex area?
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Yes, have you searched the forum yet? Lots of us from Wake Forest on here.

Wake County is all one district.....so yes, we do have some crowding and we have both schedules. There are things being done, a new high school is being built for one, 9th grade centers opening this year for example.

Do you have anything specific you want to ask?
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Old 06-13-2007, 04:15 PM
 
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I guess I wasnt sure if the overcrowding was all of the wake schools, or just the apex, cary area. I guess we will have to see what houses go to what schools, and investigate each on its own!
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Old 06-13-2007, 04:25 PM
 
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I guess I wasnt sure if the overcrowding was all of the wake schools, or just the apex, cary area. I guess we will have to see what houses go to what schools, and investigate each on its own!
That is the way many do it. Keep in mind as well that they are building at least 19 new schools in the coming years.....One in the Wake Forest area. (Heritage High).

You might not want to overlook schools that have some outside trailers.....I've honestly never met a kid that had issue with them....and many teachers love them as well.
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Old 06-18-2007, 08:25 AM
 
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thank you, your right about that. I figured there would be some school building going on, but wasnt not sure of the specifics.
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