William G. Enloe High School
GT/IB Center for the Humanities, Sciences, and the Arts
Scott Lyons , Principal
Enloe provides a variety of internal programs designed to prepare students for particular career pathways and develop speciallized skills. With structured form and regimen, each of these directions of study include specific education pathways and opportunities. While many students will take classes similar to those directed under these programs, only students enrolled in the programs themselves will have the chance to earn the distinction of their completion.
The International Baccalaureate organization aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. To this end, IBO works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment. These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.
The Enloe Business Alliance brings together representatives from the business and educational arenas. The Alliance enhances the understanding of careers and promotes skills and attitudes that business leaders deem necessary for successful and productive employees in today's diverse global workplace. Major areas of concentration include career development activities, the facilitation of the transition from school to career, and professional development opportunities for the faculty.
The Medical Academy's mission is to provide students with sound academic foundations and technical skills that will enable them to continue their educations beyond high school and obtain employment in health-care fields. Through the efforts of team planning, Enloe has developed a curriculum that integrates the technical skills and terminology of health-related occupations. Core courses and specific electives are offered. The total curriculum is designed to nurture student interest in health-related careers and to better advise them of career options in the medical field.
Teach Prep is designed for students with an interest in education as a career in a teaching position, administration, or counseling. Program enrollees will learn about issues facing educators and the education system, as well as top-quality practices for development of skills valuable to later career development. Participants also gain knowledge of teaching as a career and of lesson plans for educational settings.
The Parent, Teacher, & Student Association at Enloe High School serves to support its students throughout their school involvement. It's mission is "to support and speak on behalf of the children and youth in the schools and before governmental agencies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children, to assist parents in developing skills they need to raise and protect their children, and to encourage parent and public involvement on the schools of this nation."
The Enloe Arts Guild is a non-profit corporation, created by parents to provide financial support for the Arts teachers and their students at Enloe High School. There is currently an eight member board that meets monthly to plan for financial and material support for our teachers and their programs. Wake County can provide only minimal budgets for our Arts teachers. The Arts Guild combines the active involvement of our students and your support to continue the quality programs for which Enloe is known.
Band Boosters is actively involved in supporting the Enloe Band program though volunteer work, fundraising, and event assistance.
Athletic Boosters is actively involved in supporting the Enloe Athletic program though volunteer work, fundraising, and event assistance. Enloe's student athletes in all programs depend on the support of all the parents who have athletes at Enloe. Find out more about how you can lend support to our athletes!