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  • Mission Statement

    Wake County Public School System will provide a relevant and engaging education and will graduate students who are collaborative, creative, effective communicators, and critical thinkers

    Vision Statement

    Students at Enloe Gifted
    and Talented / International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Magnet High School will capitalize on their strengths through a curriculum offering a wide range of opportunities where integrity, diversity, and talents are nurtured.
  • Principal of the Year

    CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Will Chavis who was named the 2018-19 WCPSS PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR!!! We are so proud of Dr. Chavis and all he does for the Enloe community. He is so very deserving of this accolade. Congratulations!!

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School News/Reminders

  • College Readiness Night

     
    Please join us for the Student Services' College Readiness Night on Thursday, January 31 at 6 p.m. The program is open to all grade levels and the purpose is to help students prepare for post-secondary plans.  There will be an opening session in the auditorium beginning at 6 p.m. and then parents and students will have an opportunity to attend at least three breakout sessions that are around 25 minutes each. Session topics will include topics such as:  college essay writing, benefits of community colleges, military information, parent panel, and much more. 
     
    Enloe and Broughton's PTSAs are sponsoring a Community Resilience Screening Event.  We want folks to register their attendance so we are prepared for the number of people who will attend.  Please add the following:
     
    Please join us for a Community RESILIENCE Screening Event on Wednesday, February 13th at 6:00pm in Enloe's Auditorium. This event is sponsored by Enloe and Broughton High Schools' PTSAs.   Click here to register your attendance and find out the details of the event.  You can learn more about the film Resilience here:  After the viewing of the film, we will have a panel discussion that will focus on what our community can do to mitigate the effects of childhood trauma. We look forward to seeing you there.
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    AP Exams Information Meeting

    Students interested in taking an AP exam in the spring should plan to attend a brief informational meeting in the auditorium during one of the following dates/times:

    Tuesday, 1-22-19 during 1st lunch

    Tuesday, 1-22-19 during 2nd lunch

    Wednesday, 1-23-19 during 1st lunch

    Wednesday, 1-23-19 during 2nd lunch

    Students will be given directions about registration and other testing information. Please contact Mrs. Miller with any questions.

    2019 AP Exam Flyer

     

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  • School Messenger

    The district uses the SchoolMessenger notification service to send important information to families through phone calls, email, and text messages. General school news is shared by email and text message. Phone calls are used for urgent school news. Go to https://www.wcpss.net/domain/12201 for more information

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    Submit Posts for EMHS Social Media

    Want to share your club, organization, team, or class' news/photos on our social media sites?  Complete this Google Form using your WCPSS email address!  Contact Ms. Hansen if you have any questions.  

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  • Senior Timeline, Class of 2019

    Click here for information regarding senior events and activities for the class of 2019.

     

     

     

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    IB Programme Interviews

    Ms. Ellis, IB Coordinator, will be scheduling interviews with all interested students/parents about the IB Programme beginning September 17th. Please email aellis2@wcpss.net in order to schedule an appointment. 

     

     

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  • Parking & Off-Campus Passes

    2018-19 Parking & Off-Campus Passes will be available for purchase beginning August 1st.  Please see Ms. Dublin to purchase parking passes for $200, and off-campus passes for $10.  Click here for more information and forms.

     

     

     

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