Information for the: 2014 - 2015 school year.
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Principal - Scott Lyons
Grades - 9 - 12
2014-15 School Schedule - 7:20 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.
Enloe High runs on the Traditional calendar. Currently, the following Traditional calendars are available for download:
Phone - (919) 856-7918
Fax - (919) 856-7917
Website - http://enloehs.wcpss.net
Address - 128 Clarendon Crescent, Raleigh, NC 27610
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William G. Enloe GT/IB Center for the Humanities, Sciences, and the Arts expands high school experiences beyond the walls of classrooms and challenges students in the acquisition and application of knowledge essential to postsecondary success in higher education or immediate employment. Enloe students become life-long learners through continued support for intellectual, physical, and social development.
Students learn to interact cooperatively and collaboratively with others in a variety of real-life opportunities; as well as, develop creative and critical thinking skills, including decision making, problem posing and solving, inquiry techniques, and perspective analysis.
The GT/IB Center for Humanities, Sciences, and the Arts:
· Empowers lifelong learners
· Prepares students for careers
· Equips students for citizenship
· Creates learning environments
· Enables the 21st century educator
The curriculum at Enloe High School is unique in many ways. The instructional day consists of eight periods and offers two-period block classes for concentrated study. Areas of concentration include mathematics, science, the humanities, visual and performing arts, broadcasting and career and technical education. Coupled with the opportunity for program concentration is an array of over 200 course offerings many of which are not offered at any other high school in Wake County. The eight-period day allows students to explore a wide range of options in both the core curriculum areas and electives. These offerings include nine foreign languages, advanced computer science, audio and television production, and extensive work in the visual and performing arts. A large number of Honors Concentrated, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate courses are also offered.
1.Extensive elective menu for exploration of interests, acceleration, and rich, in-depth study in all subject areas to enhance the standard course of study
2.Foreign language instruction offered through high school
3.Expanded visual and performing arts opportunities
4.Extensive AP course offerings in high school
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State report cards are produced by the NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI).2011 - 2012
Federal AYP Results (Replaced by AMO)