Green Level High School will officially open later this month, welcoming freshmen and sophomores, even though students have been going to class there since the facility was finished in 2017. The 315,000-square-foot, four-story school at 7600 Roberts Road in Cary served as flex space, housing Apex High students for two years while their school was renovated.
Karen Summers, Green Level principal, and Bill Poston, a spokesman with the Wake County School System, took Cary Magazine on a tour of one of the area’s newest schools. According to architecture firm Fanning Howey’s website, “the new Green Level High School provides students with a holistic 21st-century learning environment.”
Apex High students will return to Laura Duncan Road, where a new building awaits them. The Wake County school district demolished and rebuilt of the original structure, which was constructed in 1975.