For schedule change requests: Counselors will not be making schedule changes in replies to email or voice mail requests. Students may make a request within the first four days (two A days and two B days) of school during the class period of the desired change. Please be aware that spaces are tight, and course requests that students made in the spring will need to be honored this fall.
Students requesting a schedule change must complete the Schedule Change Request Form. Students must bring the completed Schedule Change Request Form at that time. A schedule change is not guaranteed.
Summer hours: Beginning Friday, June 16, through mid-August, Student Services will be open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Follow the money: Find out more about upcoming scholarships here, through the latest edition of the Scholarship Bulletin.
Warning of a scam: The Wake County Public School System wants to make students and families aware of a scam company, College Level Exam, which is targeting high school students. The company is reaching out to students to sell a DVD claiming to assist with financial aid and scholarships, as well as college entrance. Families are being charged a large sum for services that WCPSS and Enloe provide for free. If you are looking for information about financial aid and scholarships, please check out this page.
Food Pantry is available: The Enloe Food Pantry is available to students and their families. Hours of operation are 2 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays, or by appointment. All visitors must check in at the Front Office before coming to Student Services.
What we do: Learn more about what counselors do and how you can contact them. These cards are available in English and Spanish.
You'll find Enloe's Student Services Department in the East building — the first door on the right as you enter the East.
Why speak with a counselor? We’re here for you. Whatever concern students have — from academic to personal to career — you can come to your counselor and find a place where you can share your concern and get help in addressing it. Students can make an appointment request for any time of the school day. Your counselor will try to meet the request. We do try to make sure we talk with you during times when it least affects your class schedule.
When you come from class to see a counselor, be sure to let your teacher know about your appointment and have the teacher fill out a hall pass so you won’t be marked absent. We are also willing to schedule meetings before or after school. You can reach us through these links:
A-Da: Ms. Greene
De-Ja: Mr. Small
Je-Moq: Ms. Dechant
Mor-Sc: Ms. Saviello
Sch-Z: Ms. Kirkpatrick
Please know that if you feel you’re in an emergency and need to speak with someone, you’re always welcome to come to Student Services. Depending on who is available, you may speak with your counselor or another counselor. Feel free to contact us throughout the school year. Student Services is not just our name — it’s our mission!
College Visits: College Admission Counselors visit Enloe's Student Services office periodically throughout the year. These visits are for the students only and will take place during the students' lunch times. Please see calendar below for dates and times.
KEEP Up WITH US
You can now get updates from Enloe's Student Services department through Remind.com.
To join, text @7dbd2 to 81010 or 919-729-5123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This year, we're also doing grade-level specific Remind groups.
Text 81010 with the subject line @wgehs2017 for seniors, @wgehs2018 for juniors, @wgehs2019 for sophomores or @wgehs2020 for freshmen.
In the spotlight
Enloe Student Services would like to give a warm welcome to our two new staff members: Ms. Kelsey Dechant (left), Counselor for students with the last name Je-Moq and Ms. Nicole Miller (right), Student Assistance Program Counselor!
Grade-point averages and transcripts: Current 9th- through 11th-grade students may have questions about their grade-point averages because of Incomplete grades listed in courses with N.C. Final Exams or End-of-Class tests. Updated transcripts will be available in September. Meantime, here's how students can calculate their grade-point averages.
Resources for the college hunt: For those who were unable to come to Junior Night, or anyone who wants a refresher, find some resources here.
Getting that extra help: It can be tough when you're struggling in classes to figure out how to improve your understanding of the subject. You're in luck: Here's a set of online resources that offer everything from videos to flashcards, quizzes to games, songs to puzzles, that could prove helpful to you. You can find the resource list here or by going above to the drop-down menus Academic > Resources.
Make tests work for you! Did you know that you can link accounts to College Board and Khan Academy to get specific instruction tailored to your results from the PSAT or from a test on the College Board site? Learn more here.
Grade-level orientations and goals for improvement: Here are the senior, junior,
sophomore and freshman orientations for those who missed them. And for those interested in increasing their chances for classroom success, here's a tip sheet for creating a SMART academic goal and a link to an inventory to help students learn more about their learning styles.
Unlock the power of the Pre-ACT and PSAT: Did you miss the January PTSA meeting where we talked about Pre-ACT and PSAT scores? Fear not: Here are the presentations we gave on the Pre-ACT and the PSAT.
Graduation and promotion requirements: With the move to an 8-period A/B schedule, students will be able to earn more credits each year. It's important for all students and their parents to know the requirements for promotion and graduation. Learn more about the requirements for students who started this year, students who started in 2015-16, and students who started in or before 2014-15.
Bell schedules: Here's the information you need: the A/B schedule for the year, as well as early release, homeroom and regular daily schedules.
Learn more about anxiety and depression: What distinguishes everyday stress or sadness from conditions that are chronic? Take a look at these resource sheets on our Personal/Social > Anxiety and Depression link.