The proposed design for renovating Apex High School stands 74 feet tall at its highest point and features a new press box, greenhouse and a two-level parking deck on top of student parking lot. It is scheduled to open in August 2019.
The proposed design for renovating Apex High School stands 74 feet tall at its highest point and features a new press box, greenhouse and a two-level parking deck on top of student parking lot. It is scheduled to open in August 2019. Wake County Public Schools Clark Nexsen
The proposed design for renovating Apex High School stands 74 feet tall at its highest point and features a new press box, greenhouse and a two-level parking deck on top of student parking lot. It is scheduled to open in August 2019. Wake County Public Schools Clark Nexsen

Apex High School’s renovated building will stand four stories tall, feature a parking deck

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