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Principal Message (3/31/24)


Events this Week:

Monday, April 1

    • Sophomore Advisory Meeting in the auditorium
    • School Improvement Meeting at 2:30 in the media center.  Parents and students are welcome to come join us!
    • President's Volunteer Service Award: GLHS PTSA is now an official certifying organization for The President's Volunteer Service Award!  If your student is an avid volunteer, please take time to review the guidelines to apply for this distinguished award.  The application deadline is April 1.

Requirements and Application

PVSA Student Service Record


Tuesday, April 2

    • Tacos Las Gingas Food Truck is on campus from 2:15 to 4:30, compliments of the GLMB!
    • Home Softball and Baseball Games at 4:00 pm
    • Home Men’s LAX Game at 6:30 pm


Wednesday, April 3

    • Senior Muffin Day
    • Home Soccer Game at 6:30 pm
    • Drivers Education Info: Registration for Summer Drivers Education is today at 11 am. Students may only attend Driver Education at their base school.  For more information, go to this WCPSS Link or


Thursday, April 4

  • 3-Year Graduation Interest Meeting: North Carolina House Bill 259 requires us to notify our current enrolled 9th and 10th-grade students of the opportunity to graduate from high school after their third year. This legislation allows students to apply to be a 3-Year Graduate. Eligible students apply for this flexibility if they meet the state’s minimum graduation requirements. GLHS will hold a virtual meeting for interested students and families on Thursday, April 4 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. During this meeting, we will review all available information and provide an opportunity for questions.  RSVP is required to receive a virtual meeting link.



Friday, April 5

    • Home Baseball game at 4:00 pm
    • Home Men’s LAX at 6:30 pm
    • Multicultural Showcase from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the auditorium.  NHS students have been working hard on this event and promise it will be fun! Come celebrate the vibrant cultures at our school and support our students. There will be music, dance performances, and food (no cooking for you on Friday night!)  


Green Level Marching Band Raffle

Congratulations to Julie Ware, a band alumni parent, who was the big winner of the truck raffle!  Ms. Ware son was a member of GL band and graduated in 2023! Check out the website HERE!


Seeking Parent Volunteers for 2024/25 School Year

GLHS is seeking parent volunteers for the upcoming school year.  Want to get involved, be more informed, and meet a great community of people? 

Fine Arts Booster (FAB)

FAB is looking for Board members:  President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. If you are interested, please reach out to Melissa Ockert at



For more information on board positions, click HERE!   Email the nominating committee at to get involved!


Band Boosters

Band Boosters have open positions for our VP of Fundraising as well as various Committee Chairs and Co-Chairs. If interested, please complete this form HERE! or they can email me at for more information.


GLHS Black Student Union Service Project

The GLHS Black Student Union is committed to providing support for the Black community at GLHS. We are partnering with 100 Black men, an organization dedicated to providing financial support for Black high school graduates through mentorship programs and scholarships. We kindly ask that you please donate to this cause at from April 8 through 12. 


Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)

The ASVAB will be given to interested students on Tuesday, April 9, 2024, beginning at 7:30 AM in the Media Center. This self-paced, computer assessment is optional and provides tools to help students learn more about career exploration and planning, in both the civilian and military worlds of work.

  • Students must be at least 16 years of age (on the testing date) to be eligible to take the ASVAB.
  • Students need to register  HERE to take the assessment. Contact Ms. Cotton ( more information.


One Man Show Performance 

On April 9 at 7:00 pm, the Green Level Theatre presents, “Enduring Passion and Falling from Pride!” This is a one-man show that was written, directed, technical directed, and stars the one and only, Em Ockert. Em was recently awarded the Elizabeth Grimes Droessler Scholarship for their contribution to Fine Arts in WCPSS. Tickets to this event are FREE, but limited. Visit on Insta for QR code to reserve your seat.


Get AP Test Ready!

PTSA wants you to take advantage of our partnership with The Princeton Review and get ready for exam season.  All events are virtual and free to Green Level families.  Register for events with a non-WCPSS email account.

  • AP Strategy Session - April 9 at 6:30 pm Register HERE!
  • Study Skills 101 - April 16 at 6:30 pm Register HERE!


Rising Senior Night 

Juniors and parents of juniors, please join us on Thursday, April 11 from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM in the Green Level auditorium! We will have information about the pathways students can explore after high school: enlistment, enrollment, and employment. Guest speakers will be covering each of these areas, along with helpful information to navigate each pathway. We look forward to seeing you!


Prom Tickets

Mark your calendars! On April 27 from 7-11 pm, step back into the glitz and glamor of the roaring twenties at our Great Gatsby-themed prom. Juniors and Seniors may purchase their tickets via Go Fan. Students must not owe materials or parking fines to purchase a ticket. Please contact April Mack or Jeremy Hodges with any questions.

Purchase Prom Tickets HERE!


National Honor Society Application Window

The application window for National Honor Society has opened. Students who would like to apply must attend one of the eight information sessions (see AllTimely) remaining in March and April during Connectivity. Applications are due on May 3. If you have any questions, email Ms. Singh at


WCPSS Student Survey

In the spring, students in grades 5-13 will be asked to complete the annual WCPSS Student Engagement Survey. The survey includes questions about teacher-student relationships, relevance of school work, and future aspirations and goals. The results of this survey help schools monitor their School Improvement Plans, and help the district track student perceptions about their educational experiences. The survey is available now through May 31.  We would like all students at GLHS to have the opportunity to take the survey which can be accessed through each student’s WakeID portal.


Parent RoundTable

We are inviting parents for an open dialogue on Tuesday, April 30, with Ms. Summers, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Roberts about this school year.  We would like to hear about strengths and areas of improvement regarding Student Expectations, Honor Code Policy, and any other topic on your mind.  More information is forth coming, so for now, please mark your calendar:

  1. In-person meeting at GLHS:  1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
  2. Virtual meeting:  6:30 pm to 7:30 pm 


Mark Your Calendar

    • Monday, April 8:  Junior Advisory Meeting in the Auditorium
    • Tuesday, April 9:  End of Quarter 3
    • Wednesday, April 10:  Teacher Workday
    • Thursday, April 11:  First Day of Quarter 4
    • Thursday, April 11:  Rising Senior Parent Night
    • Monday, April 15:  Junior Advisory Meeting in the Auditorium
    • April 16-19:  Pay It Forward Connectivity sessions for Juniors
    • Monday, April 15:  Fine Arts Booster Meeting at 5:45 pm
    • Wednesday, April 17:  Senior Activities Committee Meeting at 5:30 pm in Media Center
    • Wednesday, April 17:  PTSA Meeting at 6:30 pm in Media Center
    • Friday, April 19:  3 Year Graduation Applications Due to Student Services
    • Monday, April 22:  Senior Advisory Meeting in the Auditorium
    • Wednesday, April 24:  Student Feedback Session with Administration during Connectivity
    • Wednesday,  April 29:  Teacher Workday
    • Tuesday, April 30:  In-Person Parent RoundTable meeting from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
    • Tuesday, April 30:  Virtual Parent RoundTable meeting from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
    • Thursday, May 2:  Student Feedback Session with Administration during Connectivity
    • May 6 to May 10:  AP Exams