Kenison Garratt and Henry McKeand
Editor-in-Chiefs and A&E Editors
The biggest student class Apex High has ever had is about to graduate, and while many of them are going to colleges and universities both in-state and out-of-state some have other plans. The graduating class, which has received more than $145,000 in scholarship money (as of the beginning of May) has several students going to work directly after graduating, a couple students going to vocational school for elementary education, and a few students planning to join the Navy, Marines, and Army. One student is even planning a fifty-day road trip after they say their goodbyes to Apex High. But for the majority, attending a four-year school is their plan. These are the schools where you will find Apex High’s graduating seniors next year.