The student culinary team from Apex High School in Wake County won first place for the second year running in the 2020 North Carolina Jr. Chef…
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Congratulations to Apex High for Winning the 2020 NC Jr. Chef Competition
The student culinary team from Apex High School in Wake County won first place for the second year running in the 2020 North Carolina Jr. Chef Competition, held Friday at Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte.Learn More!