Workers with Balfour Beatty Construction, wearing pink for breast cancer awareness month, work on the new Apex Friendship High School Oct. 30. Apex Friendship High will open in fall 2015 and is expected to pull 10th-graders from Holly Springs High, Apex High and Panther Creek High, according to the Wake County school system’s assignment plan.
Workers with Balfour Beatty Construction, wearing pink for breast cancer awareness month, work on the new Apex Friendship High School Oct. 30. Apex Friendship High will open in fall 2015 and is expected to pull 10th-graders from Holly Springs High, Apex High and Panther Creek High, according to the Wake County school system’s assignment plan. wdoran@newsobserver.com
Workers with Balfour Beatty Construction, wearing pink for breast cancer awareness month, work on the new Apex Friendship High School Oct. 30. Apex Friendship High will open in fall 2015 and is expected to pull 10th-graders from Holly Springs High, Apex High and Panther Creek High, according to the Wake County school system’s assignment plan. wdoran@newsobserver.com

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