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Principal Message (5/1/22)



We are delighted to let everyone know that prom was a smashing success!  Huge thanks go out to our prom coordinator, Ms. Soles, and all of the teachers and staff who worked so hard to make Casino Night so much fun.  We were beaming with joy at how happy everyone looked in experiencing the traditional festivities of a prom. For a change, it was great to not think of anything related to COVID. Our hearts are grateful, and filled with joy for our students!  Pictures of prom are posted on the greenlevelhigh Instagram account.


Last Call for Panorama Survey

Wake County Public Schools is administering a District-Wide Family Survey now through Friday, May 6. This survey provides families the opportunity to provide valuable information and a high-quality data source for planning and School Improvement.  In an effort to provide accessibility to families across Wake County, the survey has been translated into various languages; Spanish, Arabic, French, Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese.  Please select the survey administration language before taking the survey. Thank you in advance for your feedback!  We are grateful for your support! 

Panorama Survey


AP Exams

AP Exams are every day from May 2 through May 13.  If students would like to double-check that they are registered for the AP exam, they need to log into their CollegeBoard account at and click "AP Exams" in the top left corner. In AP Classroom, they will see the exam date and time if they are registered. Unlike EOCs or state exams, AP exams are conducted through CollegeBoard so the dates and times are internationally set - and cannot be changed. If you have questions about AP exams, please email Ms. Roberts, Dean of Students and AP Coordinator at 


We have created an AP Exam website to help with any and all questions regarding AP administration - Please visit and check out all the link: The calendar is on the website as well as the Student Services website under "Advanced Placement (AP Resources)" 


All AP exams will take place on campus at Green Level High School. Students must be in their testing locations at 7:25 am for morning exams and 11:30 am for afternoon exams. Please note - that the AP exam window can be up to 4 hours. If your child has an afternoon exam, they need to have transportation secured - it is the responsibility of the student/family - Bus transportation after AP exams is not an option. Additionally, if students have afternoon exams - please make sure to eat lunch in A lunch so they will have eaten prior to exam testing. All students registered for the exam will get an email to remind them of exam locations, times, and procedures. Make sure your son/daughter checks the email address they used to sign up for AP exams through CollegeBoard - this is where the messages are sent.


High School OT Honors Awards

Unbelievable!  GLHS is a finalist in 9 categories for this year’s HighSchoolOT Honors awards. Voting is open to the public. Anyone can vote once per day in each category through May 15. You can see the list of finalists! 



  • Female Coach of the Year:  Alston Godbold for Volleyball
  • Athletic Director of the Year:  Colin Fegeley
  • Best Female Volleyball Athlete:  Ava Toppin
  • Best Team of the Year:  GLHS Volleyball
  • Game of the Year:  GLHS vs D.H. Conley, 4A volleyball playoffs
  • Story of the Year:  Green Level wins the first state championship in the first season with seniors
  • Best Marching Band
  • Best Mascot
  • Best Cheerleading


Teacher Appreciation Week

May 2 to May 6 is a time to honor our teachers for their passion, resilience, and dedication as we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week.  Due to AP testing, we decided to bump Teacher Appreciation Week to the middle of May so everyone can relax and enjoy being spoiled.  As families, anything you can do to help us show our staff how much we appreciate them is gladly welcomed!  You would be surprised how much a card, note, or piece of candy can make a teacher's day!


Mark Your Calendar

  • First 2 weeks in May:  AP Testing
  • May 2 (Monday):  Teacher Workday
  • May 16 to 20 (All Week):  Teacher Appreciation Week
  • May 16 (Monday):  Interim reports distributed in Advisory
  • May 16 (Monday):  School Improvement meeting
  • May 19 and 20:  Senior Check-in Materials Day
  • May 30 (Monday):  Holiday- no school
  • June 2 (Thursday):  Senior Night and Yearbook distribution
  • June 3 (Friday):  Exam Review Day
  • June 3 (Friday):  Yearbook distribution beginning at 1:00.  We will have an alternate schedule
  • June 6 to 10:  Exam Week
  • June 16 (Thursday):  Graduation at 12:00 pm at RCC