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Students speak out about what they need from teachers

Thank you to the student council officers who took time to present to faculty and staff at the December faculty meeting on behalf of the student body.  They openly talked to faculty about what students are looking for from their teachers, and what they see from good and bad teachers.


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Ms. Wooden receives PIE grant to promote college and career readiness

Ms. Wooden, GHS counselor, submitted a grant application to the Partners in Education (PIE) on behalf of juniors and seniors. She was awarded a grant in the full amount requested, $1,000.  The grant will fund college visits for seniors to the following institutions: Atlanta Technical College, Atlanta Metropolitan State College, University of West Georgia, Kennesaw State University, Fort Valley State University, Clayton State University and Southern Crescent Technical College.  The grant will fund approximately 40 students per trip who are considered first generation college students and students who are interested in going to technical college in addition to 3 chaperons per trip.  The purpose of the college visits is to promote college and career readiness among our high school juniors and seniors by exposing them to the rigors of college and exposure to the college atmosphere.

Congratulations Ms. Wooden!


Student of the Week for 11/11 – 11/18

The PBIS Team would like to congratulate the students of the week for 11/11- 11/18
9th: Alberlys Rosario
10th: Christina Buchanan
11th: Taylor Davis
12th: Skylar Massey

Applications being accepted for Young Scholars Program


Local Church Hosts Christmas Dinner


GHS Robotics

It was a good weekend for GHS Robotics. We took two teams to competition and at the end of qualifiers our rookie team was in 4th and our veteran team was in 13th. this was out of 34 teams from across the state.
Unfortunately the rookie team lost in the semifinals round and was unable to qualify for state but both teams will have another opportunity in January to qualify for the state meet.

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Logan Worley and Kyle Turner Sign with Young Harris

Baseball team members, Logan Worley and Kyle Turner both sign letters of intent to play at Young Harris College.

Apply to College Day at Griffin High School

Griffin High School, in partnership with the counselors office, worked with seniors to apply for college. Gordon State College was in attendance along with their president, Mr. Max Burns.  He was there to greet prospective students. Gordon State came in and accepted seniors right on the spot if they meet the right criteria for acceptance. There were over 30 Griffin High Seniors that were accepted. Special thanks for the Griffin High Counseling Department that organizes this event every year Go Bears!!!

Cheer Team Competes in State Competition

“Blessed are the hearts that bend, they shall never be broken.” (Albert Camus). Griffin High School’s cheerleading program certainly experienced it’s ups and downs in the 2016 competition season. Possessing mental fortitude and the will to continue to persevere, they earned their spot at the GHSA State sectionals. The journey to state was a challenge for both cheerleaders and the coaching staff. At every corner, there was an obstacle to overcome; from injuries to difficulties with music selections, uniform mix ups, and routine challenges.  GHS cheer program tackled every adversity with unmatched resilience. Every week the girls and coaching staff pushed to be a better team, every week the performance improved, the team grew closer, and overall confidence grew. Coming in 2nd place at their first competition of the season and 4th at Regions, the Griffin High School cheerleading team was ecstatic to be headed to sectionals for the first time in four years. Competing at the State level was a dream come true and an honorable accomplishment, but the greatest lesson learned in this experience is: while life will throw you many obstacles, you may be stretched, bent, or even buckle but never ever will you become broken! The best is yet to come for us.

Information submitted by  Teaira Banks, Asst. Cheer Coach