above:  The annual Earth Day Festival
see more Earth Day pictures here
above:  volunteering at Carolina Tiger Rescue
see more service pictures here
Since Green Hope High School opened in 1999, environmental students have performed more than
52,600 hours
of community service
and donated over $9,700 to national and local charities including the World Wildlife Fund and the Carolina Tiger Rescue
GHHS Environmental
Club Awards

North Carolina Adopt-A-Highway
10-Year Appreciation Award, 2017

Town of Cary Environmental
& Trails Volunteer Award, 2014

U.S. Dept of Education Green
Ribbon School Nominee, 2012

Town of Cary Chamber
of Commerce "Going
Green" Entrepreneurial
Award in Education, 2010

Town of Cary Environmental
& Trails Volunteer Award, 2006

North Carolina NEED High School
of the Year, 2002 - 2003

North Carolina NEED High School
of the Year, 2001 - 2002

Green Hope High School
Club of the Year, 2001 - 2002

National NEED Rookie High School
of the Year, 2000 - 2001

North Carolina NEED High School
of the Year, 2000 - 2001

Wake County Recycler
of the Month, March 2000
acts as the Adopt-A-Highway sponsor for Carpenter Upchurch Road (watch the safety video HERE)

acts as a North Carolina StreamWatch group, monitoring and restoring our local wetland along with North Carolina's Big Sweep activities

involvement in Wake County Public Schools Energy Savers organization, promoting energy conservation throughout the county and state

involvement in Wake County's Recycling Program

involvement in restoration and beautification efforts on and around the Green Hope campus


The Environmental Club at Green Hope High School is a service based organization educating students and the community about the importance of environmental issues throughout the state, country, and world.  The club is currently active in a number of local, state, and national initiatives:
above: weekly recycling meetings
 
Meetings are held every Thursday after school in room 316. New members are always welcome!
environmental
club