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'''William G. Enloe High School''' is a [[Division C]] school that qualified for the [[University of Central Florida 2012|2012 National competition]] at the [[North Carolina]] 2012 state competition, scoring a 111. They only placed behind [[NC School of Science and Mathematics]], which scored 100 points. In 2014, they won the North Carolina State Tournament for the first time since 2000 with a total of 131 points, beating [[Raleigh Charter High School]]. Enloe once again won in 2015 & 2016, beating [[NC School of Science and Mathematics]] and [[Raleigh Charter High School]] respectively to advance to the national tournament.  
 
'''William G. Enloe High School''' is a [[Division C]] school that qualified for the [[University of Central Florida 2012|2012 National competition]] at the [[North Carolina]] 2012 state competition, scoring a 111. They only placed behind [[NC School of Science and Mathematics]], which scored 100 points. In 2014, they won the North Carolina State Tournament for the first time since 2000 with a total of 131 points, beating [[Raleigh Charter High School]]. Enloe once again won in 2015 & 2016, beating [[NC School of Science and Mathematics]] and [[Raleigh Charter High School]] respectively to advance to the national tournament.  
  
Enloe is also the feeder school to [[Fred J. Carnage Middle School]].
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[[Fred J. Carnage Middle School]] is also a feeder school to Enloe.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:30, 9 July 2018

William G. Enloe High School
Member of SO since
Results History
Best regional 1st
Best state 1st, 1999-2000, 2014-2016, 2018
Best nationals 10th, 2018

William G. Enloe High School is a Division C school that qualified for the 2012 National competition at the North Carolina 2012 state competition, scoring a 111. They only placed behind NC School of Science and Mathematics, which scored 100 points. In 2014, they won the North Carolina State Tournament for the first time since 2000 with a total of 131 points, beating Raleigh Charter High School. Enloe once again won in 2015 & 2016, beating NC School of Science and Mathematics and Raleigh Charter High School respectively to advance to the national tournament.

Fred J. Carnage Middle School is also a feeder school to Enloe.

Past Results
Year States Nationals
2012 2nd (111) 15th (523)
2013 2nd (170) 23rd (583)
2014 1st (131) 18th (521)
2015 1st (202) 20th (551)
2016 1st (224) 31st (673)
2017 2nd (196) 26th (603)
2018 1st (86) 10th (384)