Robert B. Glenn High School
1600 Union Cross Road
Kernersville, NC 27284
Mr. Brad Craddock, Principal
Glenn High School is a School of Progress
Mr. Wayne Duggins A-G
Mrs. Monique Curry H-Q
Mrs. Sue Harvey R-Z
Robert B. Glenn High School will be a state and district leader in preparing our students to be
collaborative, civic-minded, and responsible digital citizens.
The staff of Glenn High School will establish a single school culture of data-analysis and reflection to address our diverse student population
and unique needs effectively. We will provide rigorous and authentic academic opportunities that prepare students for post-secondary success.
The School and Community
Glenn High is a comprehensive high school with a diverse student body, located in Forsyth County, Kernersville, NC. Kernersville is located in the center of the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina. The Kernersville Population is 22,392. Winston-Salem Population 228,362, Forsyth County Population 343,028.
The School Schedule
Beginning in 2011- 2012, all Winston-Salem Forsyth County high schools are using the modified block schedule. Cources will be scheduled primarily in a 90 minute 4X4 semester block format with specific cources scheduled on a 90 minute, A Day / B Day yearlong format.
Advanced Placement Curriculum
The Career Center offers AP courses for all students who are enrolled in any Winston-Salem Forsyth County high school. Thirty-three AP Courses are offered in Art, Computer Science, English, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Music, Psychology, Science and Social Studies. Glenn High School offers AP Courses in English Literature, English Language, World History, US History, Environmental Science, Psychology, and AP Calculus AB.
Students are given the opportunity to earn college and high school credit at Forsyth Technical Community College, Salem College, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina Virtual School.
Honors Academic Curriculum
Approximately fifty Honors courses are offered in Art, Computer Science, English, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Theatre Arts, Yearbook Publication, Newspaper, and Dance.
Twenty-seven programs are offered at the Career Center for juniors and seniors in agriculture, business technologies, health occupations, family and consumer sciences, technology, trade and industrial education.
Football, Tennis, Golf, Basketball, Soccer, Track, Swimming, Cross-Country, Wrestling, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, and Lacrosse