The Student News Site of Enloe Magnet High School

Enloe Eagle's Eye

The Student News Site of Enloe Magnet High School

Enloe Eagle's Eye

The Student News Site of Enloe Magnet High School

Enloe Eagle's Eye


Welcome to the Eagle’s Eye!

     As Enloe High School’s news publication, our goal is to highlight the stories and passions of our fellow peers, and to provide a diverse perspective of our school. The purpose of our publication is to represent what Enloe truly is: a school that appreciates all facets of learning, and the unique qualities that each and every student or faculty member brings to our community. We wish to bring awareness to our growing student body and hope to make Enloe a positive space for all. We hope that you find something inspiring within the walls of Enloe, and that you review our site and find a story that speaks to you!  


Interested in applying to be on the staff for the ’24-’25 school year? Apply at before March 30, 2024!


Dear Enloe High School community, 

In light of last week’s disturbing comments on the Enloe intercom system, the Enloe Eagle’s Eye would like to announce a formal condemnation of the remarks and affirm its support for the Jewish community at Enloe High School. 

Antisemitism and other forms of discrimination against the Jewish community are not tolerated by the staff or students on campus, or anywhere.

Below are some resources compiled by the Eagle’s Eye that students can use to educate themselves on antisemitism and Judaism:

The Importance of the Spelling of “Antisemitism”

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Article about Antisemitism:

History of Judaism:

History of Hanukkah: 


The Enloe Eagle’s Eye Staff



The Enloe Eagle’s Eye staff work on the unceded homeland of the Skarù:ręˀ (Tuscarora), Lumbee, Ye Iswąˀ (Catawba), and Waccamaw Siouan nations. 

These protectors and overseers of Wake County were pushed off of their land by the disease and genocide of European settlers, and we acknowledge that as benefactors of this seizure of control, it is our responsibility to honor and uplift these nations through our education. We commit to confronting Indigenous erasure both as journalists and as members of the Enloe community. 

Resources to learn more about the history of Indigenous people in Raleigh:

Skarù:ręˀ Nation Declaration of Land and Treaty Reparation

History and Culture of the Lumbee Tribe

Heritage, Lands, and People of the Catawba Nation

Resources on the History of the Waccamaw Siouan Tribe


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