Information for the: 2014 - 2015 school year.
Principal - Karen Summers
Grades - 9 - 12
2014-15 School Schedule - 7:25 a.m. - 2:18 p.m.
Green Hope High runs on the Traditional calendar. Currently, the following Traditional calendars are available for download:
Phone - (919) 380-3700
Fax - (919) 380-3712
Website - http://greenhopehigh.wcpss.net
Address - 2500 Carpenter Upchurch Road, Cary, NC 27519
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The original Green Hope School, less than a mile down the road from the present Green Hope High School, was a small rural school established in 1927. The school was home to 200 students in grades one through twelve, and was the first accredited rural high school in Wake County. The school unfortunately burned in 1963 and was not rebuilt.
Many years passed, and as the population exploded in Wake County a new and much larger Green Hope opened in August 1999. Its name was the result of lobbying by Green Hope School alumni who still lived in the area. The school colors (burgundy and green) are the same as those of the former school, and our graduates receive diplomas are a replica of the ones received by the original graduates.
The "new" Green Hope High School has a current enrollment of over 2000 students. Green Hope High School has consistently garnered many distinctions such as being named a School of Excellence, an Honor School of Excellence, as well as being recognized for its outstanding graduation rates. Additionally, Green Hope has been recognized by the NC High School Athletic Association as having the overall best athletic program in the state for class AAAA schools.
Green Hope High School is a great place to be.
Traditional curriculum schools offer students high quality instruction, opportunities for advanced studies, creative exploration and extra-curricular activities in a nurturing educational setting. Some of the highest-performing schools in Wake County are traditional curriculum schools.
Important: Bus routes are subject to change based on actual student distribution, parent appeals, and other factors. The information here will be updated regularly, but updates may take several days to be reflected online. This route information last updated: 7:27 AM, Wed, Oct 1, 2014.
Stop times: Parents can anticipate a stop time based on the route start time, estimating 3 minutes between stops for neighborhood routes and 10 minutes for express routes. The exact stop time will vary during the first weeks of school. Students should be ready and waiting for the bus at least 10 minutes before the bus is expected to arrive.
Bus schedules: We urge parents to be patient as routes settle during the first few weeks of school. With students becoming familiar with this new routine, bus routes may take more time.
Faded Stops: Stops in faded text are on the route, but do not pick up or drop off students attending this school.
Questions?: Contact Transportation.
Can't find your bus stop?: If you cannot find your child's bus stop, please fill out our customer support form to report a missing bus stop.
This route information last updated: 7:27 AM, Wed, Oct 1, 2014.
State report cards are produced by the NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI).2011 - 2012
Federal AYP Results (Replaced by AMO)
2011...School of Excellence 2010...School of Excellence 2009...School of Excellence 2008...Honor School of Excellence 2007...Honor School of Excellence 2006...Honor School of Excellence 2005...Honor School of Excellence 2011...NC highest graduation rate for large schools co-hort 2010...NC highest graduation rate for large schools co-hort 2009...NC highest graduation rate for large schools co-hort 2008... NC highest graduation rate for large schools co-hort 2010-2011...Newweek...Top 500 high school nationally 2010-2011...Washington Post...Top 500 high schools nationally 2009-2010...Newsweek...Top 500 high schools nationally 2009-2010...Wachovia Cup recipient for the top overall athletic program in AAAA classification 2010-2011...Wells Fargo Cup recipient for the top overall athletic program in AAAA classification
Green Hope High School has a variety of club and athletic programs. The clubs are involved in social outreach, academics, and contribute to the vitality of GHHS and the community at-large. The following are examples of the club offerings at GHHS: Ambassadors Art Club Association of Music Benefactors Astronomy Club Beta Club Book Club Brain Games Chess Club Dance Team DECA Digitech Club Drama Club Environmental Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes French Club Future Teachers of America GO Club Green Hope Tutoring Gay Straight Alliance Habitat for Humanity HOPE (Helping Out People Everywhere) Health Occupational Students of America (HOSA) International Club Juvenile Diabetes Support Club Key Club Make a Wish Math Team Miracle League Model UN Muslim Students of America National Art Honor Society National Dance Honor Society National Honor Society Odyssey of the Mind Operation: Homebound Pep Club Persian Club Pink Ribbon Club Psychology Club Quiz Bowl Red Cross Club Rotary Interact Science Bowl Team Science Olympiad Seniors Helping Seniors Sign Language Club Spanish Club Spanish Honor Society Speech and Debate Sports Medicine Staff Student Council Students Making a Difference (SMAD) Student Venture Teenage Republicans Society Technology Student Association Thespian Society Writer's Guild Young Democrats Association (YODA) Youth & Government