Career & Technical Education
Career and Technical Education (CTE) is an integral part of the comprehensive secondary schools program in Wake County. The mission of CTE is to provide offerings which meet student needs, interests, abilities, and aspirations; and respond to actual or anticipated opportunities for employment, advanced education, and practical life application.
Here at Green Level, the following CTE courses are offered:
- Adobe Video and Adobe Visual
- Health Science I and Biomedical Technology
- Horticulture, Agriscience, and Biotechnology & Agriscience Research
- Personal Finance
- Technology Engineering and Design
- MS Word and Powerpoint and MS Excel
- Foods I
- AP Computer Science A, AP Computer Science Principles, and Python Programming
Green Level High School follows the North Carolina Standard Course of Study for English/Language Arts, which utilizes Common Core standards for Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language. Our goal is to empower students to become intellectual investigators, critical thinkers, and effective communicators who are prepared for college, career, and active citizenship in a dynamic global community.
English students at Green Level will explore the universal concepts of Home and Family, Identity and Culture, Conformity and Rebellion, and Tradition and Progress from four unique perspectives. Ninth graders will work from a personal lens, exploring each topic as it relates to them as individuals. Tenth graders will explore the same topics from a global perspective. Eleventh graders will examine the way that historical, legal, and institutional forces have shaped our understanding of each topic, and twelfth graders will re-examine each topic from a psychological lens.
High school students must earn four core English credits in order to graduate: English I, English II, English III, and English IV. As we add eleventh and twelfth grades to our campus, students will have the option to earn their English III and/or IV credits through enrollment in Advanced Placement courses (AP Language and Composition at eleventh grade, AP Literature and Composition at twelfth). In addition, students at Green Level can enroll in a variety of English elective courses. At present, we offer Leadership in Media and Speech, and we anticipate additional offerings as our school grows.
In the Green Level English Department, we value the diversity of our school community and seek to reflect it in our curriculum design. We are committed to providing challenging, engaging, and student-centered instruction and to the use of equitable policies and practices in our classrooms. We believe that every student possesses unique potential, and we look forward to working with you to make the most of yours!
Fine & Performing Arts
Vision: In today's globally competitive world, innovative thinking and creativity are essential for all school children. High quality, standards-based instruction in the arts develops these skills and effectively engages, retains, and prepares future-ready students for graduation and success in an entrepreneurial economy. Dance, music, theatre arts, and visual arts, taught by licensed arts educators and integrated throughout the curriculum, are critical to North Carolina's 21st century education.
(Senate Bill 66: Comprehensive Arts Education Task Force, 2010)
List of courses offered through June 2021
Standard Course of Study
- Beginning Band
- Intermediate Band
- AP Music Theory
The Future-Ready Core Course of Study for Graduation Framework requires the following in regards to arts education:
6 Elective Units - Two electives must be any combination from either: Career and Technical Education (CTE), Arts Education, or World Languages. Students are strongly encouraged to complete a 4-unit concentration, which may be completed in arts education.
- Foundations of Dance
- Intermediate Dance
- Beginning Chorus
- Intermediate Chorus
- Proficient Chorus
- Beginning Theatre Arts
- Intermediate Theatre Arts
- Beginning Art
- Intermediate Art
- 3-D Art
- AP Art
Fine Arts Boosters: https://www.glhsfab.org/
The Healthful Living Education program promotes behaviors that contribute to a healthful lifestyle and improved quality of life for all students. The Healthful Living Education curriculum supports and reinforces the goals and objectives of its two major components – health and physical education.
As a critical element of the school's structures to support all students, members of our Intervention department work collaboratively with different students and staff to implement evidence-based interventions and supports to meet student’s academic and behavioral needs.
One tool that we utilize to support students through our intervention systems is GradPoint, which is an online academic recovery program for students to access core instruction with which they were not successful the first or second time in a traditional or face-to-face setting. To access GradPoint from any computer, students should go to the following link: https://wcps6429-greenlevelhs-ccl.v2.gradpoint.com/. Parents and students with questions about GradPoint should contact Ms. Waller (email@example.com).
The Mathematics Department offers the following courses: Math IA/IB, Math I, Math 2, Math 2 Honors, Math 3 Honors, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and AP Statistics.
For math standards, math teachers' websites, and additional resources, please go to www.gatormath.weebly.com.
The Science Department at Green Level High School strives to increase students’ scientific literacy and empower them with the communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills necessary to creatively navigate an ever-changing world. Students must complete three science courses for graduation: Biology (Academic or Honors), Earth/Environmental Science (Academic, Honors, or AP), and a physical science course (Physical Science, Chemistry (Academic or Honors), or Physics (Academic, Honors, or AP)).
Currently we offer the following courses: Biology (Honors/Academic), Earth and Environmental Science, Chemistry, AP Chemistry, and AP Environmental Science.
The mission of the Social Studies Department at Green Level is to create an equitable, culturally responsive environment to foster forward growth in our students. Collaboration and choice will be a main focus as the department strengthens creative and critical thinking skills in all students. The courses offered within the Social Studies department support and expand upon the Wake County Vision. It is the goal of the Social Studies department to have students ready for productive citizenship in an interconnected world.
In order to fulfill graduation requirements, students must complete four core classes including World History, American History I & II, and Civics and Economics. In addition to the core classes, Green Level will offer a wide array of Advanced Placement and elective courses.
Below are the AP and elective courses that will be offered during the 2020-21 school year:
- AP Human Geography
- AP World History
- AP United States History
- AP Psychology
- Conversations in Diversity
Social Studies Links
The ability to communicate with others is central to human nature. Throughout the ages, humans have been able to share information, interests, needs, and values over time and space and, thus, have influenced others by their actions and their words. In recent years, technology tools have brought the world closer and have erased many of the existing borders. As boundaries between countries are dissolving, the need for learning world languages has become a necessary component for linking with the rest of the world and for producing an enlightened citizenship able to function in today's global marketplace.
World Languages offers the following courses: Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III (honors), Spanish IV (honors), AP Spanish Language & Culture, French I, French II, and French III (honors).
The high school graduation requirements follow the University of North Carolina (UNC) System minimum admission requirements which are "two credits in the same second language or demonstration of proficiency in a language other than English as determined by the local educational agency (LEA)."
World Languages’ NC Course of Study