Vision StatementStudents at Enloe Magnet High School Gifted and Talented/International Baccalaureate Center for the Humanities, Sciences, and the Arts will capitalize on their strengths through a curriculum offering a wide range of opportunities where integrity, diversity, and talents are nurtured.
Each spring, the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) surveys elementary, middle, and high school students about their perception of various aspects of their learning experiences. The purpose of the survey is to provide WCPSS with feedback about a variety of topics that can be used for evaluation and planning.
Each survey is available in both English and Spanish and each student can access their survey in either language using the following link: http://surlogin.wcpss.net/. Students must take these surveys at school, as the link is not accessible outside of the WCPSS computer network.
Please note that students will have to use their PowerSchool ID number to access their survey. Survey input extended to June 16, 2017.
Students and parents: Please vote for CPRonDemand - one of five 2017 Lenovo Scholar Network National App Development Competition winners. They will win the national competition if they have the most votes. Click here to review the 5 app winners and to vote for Enloe's CPRonDemand app. “Fan Favorite” voting will be open through July 10. The winning team will also receive state-of-the-art technology courtesy of Lenovo.
We are excited to announce that student transportation information can now be found in one single location, Home Base, also known as Powerschool. In order to provide the highest level of customer service to our families we are asking those of you who do not yet have a Powerschool account to stop by the school office to complete the necessary form. You can find more information at
Once you have a Powerschool account, look for the transportation tab to see your student’s transportation status and type. If your student is a bus rider, stop and route information is also provided.
Information provided at the IB Spring Forum
ENLOE HIGH SCHOOL is a place where differences, diversity and disabilities are encourage and celebrated. The student body is comprised of scholars from all over the triangle and represent a range of talents, skills and abilities. ENLOE is a school where disability awareness is celebrated ALL YEAR LONG. Here's a video that showcases a group of scholars and one of our very own ENLOE teachers' experience with disabilities and special education services.
Some students are talking about the miniseries "13 Reasons Why," dealing with a student's death by suicide. We do not recommend that your student watch the series. However, if you choose to watch it, here is some helpful information for healthy discussion about it.
There are two information sessions in May about upcoming changes to your child’s school assignment.