Students swarm to the tables at lunch during the first day at Apex Friendship High School. The school, on Humie Olive Road, opened this year to help crowding at Panther Creek, Apex and Holly Springs high schools.
Students swarm to the tables at lunch during the first day at Apex Friendship High School. The school, on Humie Olive Road, opened this year to help crowding at Panther Creek, Apex and Holly Springs high schools. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
Students swarm to the tables at lunch during the first day at Apex Friendship High School. The school, on Humie Olive Road, opened this year to help crowding at Panther Creek, Apex and Holly Springs high schools. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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