Volunteers needed for the Kid's Dash, a color run for kids. Sponsored by The KidZone, June 9th from 9:30-12:00 pm. See Mrs. Dungey for details or to sign up.
If you are interested in taking the summer Personal Training, Fitness & Nutrition Class the deadline is June 1st. For more information see your counselor or Mrs. Dungey.
Seniors: stop by the bookkeepers window to find out about in fees or fines you might owe. These need to be paid in full before graduation.
If you are in need of a Summer Job, please stop by the Career Center. We have many opportunities to share with you.
Cap and Gown orders have arrived. Pick yours up in the front office.
Peer Tutoring is available to all students during IT time every Tuesday in room 132. NHS students are available to help students with homework or study for a test.
2017-18 Yearbooks will go on sale in September. Please go to our websited to order them directly at that time. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in the Advanced Wilderness First Aid class partnered with students in the RCC Para medicine Program. GPHS students were taught skills needed in day to day pre-hospital care. All students in this class are now certified in BLS, First Aid, and are completing certification in Wilderness First Aid. They were taught and practiced the next level “Advanced Cardiac Life Support” including intubation. Go GPHS! Mrs. Kinyon teaches the Advanced Wilderness Class.
Each May seniors who have been accepted to further their education through the military, technical school, 2-year or 4-year schools will sign a poster with the school logo. Photos of those students attending different schools will be taken as well. Those posters are currently on the windows in the foyer of the Core building. After graduation, they will be moved to the Science building. We wish to celebrate and encourage students to continue their education post-high school! (click heading above to read The Courier article)
The 2018 Oregon SLSC was a huge success for the GPHS Skills USA Chapter. This year marked a number of firsts for the program, not just firsts in competition, but firsts in school history. (click on heading above for complete story)
Congratulations are in order for four Grants Pass High students. Camille Schaafsma (9), Charlie Jarvis (9), Elise Miller (12), and Jenna Robinson (10) all took first place and will move on to the state competition in April.
Congratulations to Chelsey Chiu, Melody Clark, and Larissa Maag. These three Grants Pass High School students have received the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC). This award honors women in grades 9 through 12 who are active and interested in computing and technology, and encourages them to pursue their passions. Awards for Chelsey, Melody, and Larissa were chosen for their demonstrated interested and achievements in computing, proven leadership ability, academic performance, and plans for post-secondary education. These three GPHS students join the nearly 8,600 women across the world who have been honored with the Award for AiC.