Eleven Enloe Students Selected to Attend North Carolina Governor's School
Each year students from across the state apply to be a part of a select group of students who will participate in the North Carolina Governor's School summer residential program. This program for academically gifted high school students is open to rising seniors only, with exceptions made for rising juniors in the performing/visual arts area. Enloe Magnet High school is proud to announce that 11 students were selected to participate in the 2006 Governor's School program. We would like to extend our congratulations to: Megan Cassell, Albert Choi, Anna Hardy, Jacob Hwang, Mollie Kirkpatrick, Jessica Maynard, Gregory Pittard, Sindhu Ravishankar, Abbey Schell, Smitha Sharma, and Jennifer Smoak.
Math League Press Mathematics Contest
Enloe won 1st place nationally in the Math League Press Mathematics Contest, wining a sizeable plaque, which current resides in the West Office. Various students contributed to Enloe's team score during each of the six regular season contests, but one student who contributed every time was Vivek Bhattacharya, who earned a perfect 36/36 score for the year, and tied for 1st place in the nation, winning an individual 1st place plaque as well.
Amrita Devalapalli State Female Student Winner of the 2005-06
Siemens AP Awards
award given to students, teachers and schools throughout the US, recognizes
them for their exemplary performance in math and science. Student winners are
selected based on their performance in eight AP math an science examinations
and will receive a $2,000 scholarship.
Enloe Senior Appears on Special Episode of "The Oprah Winfrey
Enloe High School's Addie Honeycutt, a graduating senior, is one of 50 student
essay contest winners out of 50,000 entries nationwide. Each contest winner received
a scholarship and a trip to Chicago for a special "Oprah Winfrey Show" taping
to be broadcast on Wed, May 24 and 25. The subject of the contest essay, "Why
is Elie Wiesel's Book, Night , Relevant Today?", was a class assignment
in which Mrs. Joyce Nelson's Writers' Studio students were asked to update their
perspectives on the book they had read as sophomores.The students are joined
on the show by the book's author and several other Holocaust survivors Press
Release about the show
Enloe Students Win More Visual Arts Awards
Sophomore Rafael Vargas won a Second Place in the Congressional Student
Art Competition. His collage will hang in Congressman Brad Miller's office
for a year. Sally Hartzell won a Judge's Award of Special Merit in the same
show, and Rachel Boyette, Andrew Arnold, and Albert Choi each won Honorable
Mentions. Shanelle Ebanks won an Honorable Mention
at Artsplosure for a ceramics piece.
Bates Dance Festival Scholarship
A. Thurmond recieved a dance scholarship to attend the Bates Dance Festival in Bates, Maine for 3 weeks in August 2006.
The scholarship will allow her to study with world renowned dance teachers, as well as performance opportunities.
Eagle Productions Documentary
Enloe Eagle Productions students have produced a public service announcement
urging graduating seniors to get vaccinated for meningococal meningitis.
The awareness campaign was kicked off by NC's First Lady along with our students
at the Governor's Mansion. WRAL-TV will be on campus Monday during 7th & 8th periods doing a news story about our students. WUNC-TV will also be covering this story on our campus Wednesday 7th & 8th
Elon University Comprehensive Math Regionals
At our second regional site (Wake Tech was our 1st) for qualifying for the state comprehensive mathematics contest at Elon University, Enloe finished as the second place team, and J. Schmitt placed 5th individually, becoming our fourth state qualifier.
Other team members were: P. Chisnell, K. Hawkins, K. Siegl, A. Srikrishna and A. Vasilyev.
Also, V. Bhattacharya and D. Vitek qualified to participate in the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad, representing the top 360 mathematics students in the country.
Fine Arts League of Cary Arts Award
Enloe senior S. Hartzell took First Place in the Town of Cary/Fine Arts League of Cary annual student competition.
Her winning work, along with other student work from both Enloe and other schools in the Cary area, will be on display at the Herb Young Community Center (near City Hall) in Cary until June 2.
National Achievement and National Merit Finalists Announced
[ 16 students qualified ]
National Scholastics Art Awards
K. Baranova won a Gold for her computer graphic, and C. Heeden won a Silver for a charcoal drawing.
C. Floyd won a Silver for a woodcut print he created.
National Shakespeare Competition
Congratulate Enloe Senior, H. Nicholas. In the National Shakespeare Competition April 24th in New York City on the stage at Lincoln Center, she placed among the top ten finalists in the nation!
She performed a monologue from the Merry Wives of Windsor, a sonnet and a reading.
Morehead Scholarship Winner
Congratulations to Charlotte Lloyd who is one of the 29 NC winners of the 2006 UNC Morehead scholarship.
Oprah's National High School Essay Contest
Addie Honeycutt is one of 50 student winners out of 50,000 across the nation
who are finalist in the Oprah's National High School Essay Contest.
As a result, she will receive a trip to a special Oprah Show taping in late
The subject of her essay, "Why Is Elie Wiesel's Book, Night, Relevant Today?",
was an assignment in which students were asked to update their perspectives
on a book they had read as sophomores.
Raleigh Women's Club Art Competition
Raleigh Women's Club Art Competition Winners Advance to State Competition in Winston Salem - S. Hartzell 1st place in painting and M. Ferri 1st place in drawing.
[ Other Enloe Arts Winners ]
Spotlight on Students
Congratulations to Michael Palmer on being named the Enloe Spotlight Student for the 2005-2006 school year.
He will be honored with a presentation to the WCPSS School Board on April 4th of this year.
State Comprehensive Mathematics Contest
The State Comprehensive Mathematics Contest was held on April 27, 2006 at the NC School of Science and Math (NCSSM) in Durham.
124 students participated, having scored in the Top 7% at each of the regional contests across North Carolina: V. Bhattacharya 4th (received plaque), M. Lavrov 6th (received certificate of distinction), J. Schmitt 19th. L. Chen 32nd. V., Mikhail and J. Schmitt were invited to join North Carolina's teams for ARML (American Regions Math League), a national competition to be held in June at Penn. St. University.
Having two students place in the Top 6 is a first for Enloe, and having all four of our participants roughly in the top 25% was a very good overall showing.
State Women's Club Art Competition
K. Baranova won 1st place in the State Woman's Club competition in Winston-Salem for computer graphics, and M. Ferri won 2nd place for Drawing.
Theatre Students Receive Superior Ratings in the NC Thespian Festival
At the recent NC Thespian Festival, Enloe Theatre students received superior ratings that qualifies them to perform at the International Thespian Festival this summer.
Four students in the state were recognized for monologues - three of them are from Enloe- Katie Sink, Emily LaBelle and Hillary Nicholas.
David Godshall and Chip Rodgers received superiors for their scene.
Hillary Nicholas also received recognition for the best original play in the state.
Congratulations to these students for their excellent work!
Todd Fuller Mathematics Contest
Enloe’s N.C. State Todd Fuller Mathematics Contest Team from the fall won
Enloe managed to beat every other public and charter high school in Wake County
by a significant margin.
It was truly a team effort as every Enloe student finished in the Top 25% of
all of the competitors.
However, J. Schmitt distinguished himself even further by winning the 1st place
individual award, which is accompanied by a cash prize in the neighborhood
Competing seniors were A. Devalapalli, M Dresser, C. Kilpatrick, D. Harris,
J. Schmitt, A. Stuber, W. Wheeless
Wake Tech Comprehensive Regional Math Competition
At Wake Technical Community College, 7 students participated in a comprehensive regional math competition to try and qualify for the State Comprehensive Mathematics Contest, to be held in April: D.i Asokan, V. Bhattacharya, L. Chen, C. Kilpatrick, M. Lavrov, D. Vitek, W. Wheeless.
Enloe's team earned a second place plaque.
V. Bhattacharya and L. Chen tied for 4th, and M. Lavrov was 6th, all qualifying for the state meet.
Another top individual performances was D. Asokan, who was 10th. All four of these students received medallions for their finishes.