On Saturday, September 28th the Marching Bulldogs Band will travel to Hermitage High School to compete in Class A at the Hermitage Classic Band Competition! The performance will be at 12:45pm, so come out and support our band as they compete for more trophies to add to their collection. Good luck to our Marching Bulldogs!
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At GHS, we believe that learning is a lifelong process, and school is the foundation for developing required skills, attitudes, and passions for success. We will continue to focus on the growth of each individual student. We will also encourage them to work collaboratively, think creatively, solve complex problems together and remain curious and persistent. All of these tools are essential to a successful future.
The first Learner’s Permit test of the year will be held in the learning commons on Wednesday, September 26th, during Bulldog Block. Students need to see their driver’s ed teacher for a sign up information sheet and a parent permission form. Students will need to sign up at least 24 hours in advance to be […]
Our School Counseling department would like to inform everyone that September is Suicide Prevention Month. We can all prevent suicide by familiarizing ourselves with the signs of suicide, helping others in crisis, and connecting others with resources. The acronym ACT can help students remember the steps to follow if someone tells them they are thinking […]
Ninth and tenth grade students who are interested in applying for admission into the Advance College Academy program can pick up applications starting on Monday, September 17 from Ms. Anne Moore in room C143. The application window will be open from September 17th to Friday, September 28th. All applications need to be completed, signed by […]
September is Attendance Awareness Month. Showing up for school has a huge impact on a student’s academic success, and families play a key role in making sure students make it to school each day and understand why attendance is important. Frequent absences can be a sign that your student is losing interest in school, struggling […]