Glenn High School

Glenn High School

Glenn High SchoolGlenn High School
1600 Union Cross Road
Kernersville, NC 27284
Phone: (336) 771-4500
Fax: (336) 771-4507
Website: Glenn High School
Hours: 8:55 am – 3:40 pm
Principal: Brad Craddock
Assistant Principal: Wayne Duggins
Assistant Principal: Monique Curry
Assistant Principal: Sue Harvey

Robert B. Glenn High School is located in Kernersville, NC and is one of ten high schools in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System. We have approximately 1600 students in grades 9 through 12. Many of our students attend classes at Forsyth Technical Community College and the Career Center in Winston-Salem.

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4 Responses to Glenn High School

  1. Karen Clough says:

    My daughter, Janel, attended Glenn High School. When she was a Junior, in 1995, she died from injuries she received in an automobile accident. I would like to make copies of her school photos, but they are considered copyrighted. I need permission to copy them. Who can give me the copyright release of her photos? Thank you for checking into this for me. I really appreciate it.

    • WSFCS says:

      Hi Karen,

      Sorry to hear about your daughter. Regarding your question, I’d contact the principal at Glenn High School. His name is Brad Craddock and his contact information follows:

      Telephone number: 336-771-4500
      Email: bcraddoc@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

      Brad should be able to assist you. If not then let me know and I’ll see what other options I can think of for you.

      All the best,
      JB

  2. Tiffany says:

    I am Tiffany and i just wanted to say that Robert B. Glenn High School was my favorite high school i went to. I wish i could go back to Glenn High and i miss all of the AP and Principals down there. Wel i hope that yall enjoy your high school down there and i would love to hear from yall one day.

    my email address is chasetiffany56@yahoo.com
    thanks so much

  3. Anthony says:

    my son really wants to attend this school and has no way to get there how could he attend this fine institution.

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