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.
Tuesday, March 28th @ 7 p.m., in the Media Center
Dr. Chavis, Enloe Principal and Cindi Crabtree, Magnet Coordinator, will present at this event and will provide opportunities for parents, staff, students and other educational stakeholders to learn about the district's Strategic Plan and Vision 2020. Collaborative discussion will take place where participants will examine "The Why" of Enloe's academic culture and programming structure. Emphasis will be placed on connecting Vision 2020 to the collaborative feedback of Enloe's future. Please support this initiative as we need your input and feedback toward working to continuous improvement!
Please log onto your Total Registration account and verify that all information is correct. Verification must be completed by March 28, 2017.
Information will be posted here when available.
Information provided at the IB Spring Forum
The application can be found at https://sites.google.com/a/wcpss.net/mbsa-enloe-hs/application and are due by May 1st.
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.