Vision StatementStudents at Enloe Magnet High School Gifted and Talented/International Baccalaureate Center for the Humanities, Sciences, and the Arts will capitalize on their strengths through a curriculum offering a wide range of opportunities where integrity, diversity, and talents are nurtured.
NOTE DATE CHANGE: Please come out Tuesday, January 17th at 7 p.m. to the auditorium for our PTSA sponsored event: Pre-ACT and PSAT Scores Back Session, presented by Student Services. Students and Parents…this is your opportunity to receive your scores and learn more about what each score report actually means. If you are having trouble accessing your online PSAT scores click here
During this holiday season of giving, Enloe's PTSA is asking parents to consider donating to the PTSA Silent Fundraiser. Enloe's PTSA has already granted over $27,000.00 to teachers and staff to support needs that would otherwise go unfunded. However, PTSA was unable to award many other worthy grant requests due to a lack of funds. Any amount given will go a long way towards the PTSA mission of supporting Enloe's students, teachers and staff. Donations are tax deductable. To donate, please go to www.enloeptsa.com and click on the donate button; or send/bring donations in an evelope marked PTSA silent fundraiser to Enloe's main office. Thank you for your consideration.
Last Enloe HS Magnet tour is scheduled for January 11. All tours are from 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM with a Q/A session after if you choose to stay, Please contact Cindi Crabree at firstname.lastname@example.org to a schedule tour date, and include the number in your party..
October 26 (Full)
November 3 (Full), 9 (Full), 16 (Full)
December 8 (Full), 15 (Full), 16 (Full)
January 11 (Full)
ENLOE HIGH SCHOOL is a place where differences, diversity and disabilities are encourage and celebrated. The student body is comprised of scholars from all over the triangle and represent a range of talents, skills and abilities. ENLOE is a school where disability awareness is celebrated ALL YEAR LONG. Here's a video that showcases a group of scholars and one of our very own ENLOE teachers' experience with disabilities and special education services.