Grants Pass High School

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  • Volunteers needed to help with the Kids Dash, a color run for kids. Go to kidzonefoundation.org or see Mrs. Dungey for more information. Run is on June 10th from 7:30am - 12 noon.

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Current News Stories

  • Online Registration For The 2017/2018 School Year

    Grants Pass School District #7 will again be using InfoSnap to enroll returning students to the 2017-18 school year. The system is a secure and paperless process, which allows the district to verify all student demographic, emergency and medical information for your child prior to the start of the new school year. The system will also allow you to electronically sign the annual permission forms for school district policies. In short, this online process replaces all the hard copy student registration and permission forms that your child brings home on the first day of school.

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  • GPHS Career and Technical Education

    GPHS CTE program had another solid year at the Skills USA Competition. A total of 35 students participated and 3 will be going on to Nationals in Louisville Kentucy this summer!

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  • Using Technology in the Classroom

    Christopher Rossetta, the Computer Science teacher at GPHS is interviewed by KGW television on the importance of computer science education, and the significant number of jobs available in this field. GPHS is now in its third year of offering this program.

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  • Academic Masters Local Competition

    2017 marks the 34th year of this unique Josephine County tradition. The Academic Masters competition began in 1984 with some visionary Grants Pass businesses. The founders wanted to inspire students to stretch academically and intellectually. Click here to find out more information on GPHS's local competition!

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  • Students Save Nearly $470,000 in College Credit Options and AP Exams

    Grants Pass High School students - through partnerships with RCC and SOU - save $350,000 in tuition last year with an additional $119,000 in cost savings from AP Exams results in nearly $470,000 in tuition savings!

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