Early Enlistment Ceremony

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Approximately 45,000 Georgia high school students and their parents will explore the options of post-secondary education this fall at one of the many PROBE College Fairs, including the PROBE Fair to be held at Griffin High School on Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Commons.

PROBE is the organized college fair tour that attracts representatives from non-profit educational institutions to shopping malls, civic centers, and high schools through the state of Georgia.

The typical PROBE FAIR consists of two to three hours of browsing time for students and parents.  Topics such as financial aid, housing, programs of study, admission’s requirements, scholarships and campus life are discussed with the representatives.

This year, students can receive a bar code that can be easily scanned by colleges they visit at the fair. This procedure will save students time from having to handwrite information cards. www.gotocollegefairs.com.

Last year, more than 250 private and public colleges and universities, technical institutes, and ROTC participated in PROBE.

For more information, contact Portia Lacy, GHS Counselor, at 770-229-3752 or Bill Smith, Executive Director of PROBE, at 404-355-8586.

Perfect Attendance Winners, Congrats!

The PBIS team would like to congratulate Juan Marin and Natasha Burke for winning this week’s perfect attendance raffle.  Juan and Natasha received a mega-ticket to the Griffin Kiwanis Fair and a certificate for dinner for two at Chic-Fil-A.  The PBIS team would like to thank the Taylor Street Chic-Fil-A for donating this week’s prize.
Congratulations to all 649 students who earned perfect attendance for the week of Sept. 8-12!

 Students with Perfect Attendance for week of 9-8-14 

Juan Marin Natasha Burke

Yearbook Pictures and Sales

Senior pictures as well as regular picture day are coming up!  Check for the dates and information below.
Picture day:  Tuesday, September 23rd

*Seniors, be sure to sit for regular picture day as well.  The pictures from this day will be the ones used to print a student ID.

Senior pictures: September 19 and October 8

*In order to have your pictures taken, parents must sign up for an appointment through Cady Studios.

Senior ads are now available to purchase. There are only 16 pages available and will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

Prices are as follows:
Full page $175
Half page $125
Quarter page $65

​Yearbooks are on sale now!

To ensure you get the lowest price, you must order it by November 21 for $50.00 After that, the price will go up. You may also have it personalized and order a name plate for $5 more.  Credit card orders can be placed at one line at www.YearbookOrderCenter.com or by phone at 1-866-287-3096; the order number is 13972.  Griffin High School accepts cash or money orders and can be done through Ms. Purdy in room 411 before or after school.

Early Enlistment Ceremony


In the Bear Battalion our mission is to develop leadership skills and to provide our students with an education that makes them college and career ready. We are proud to have had the honor of conducting an enlistment ceremony for five of our cadets; they are indeed career ready! These cadets have been in the JROTC program for the entirety of their high school career where we have seen them grow and become true leaders among their peers. Congratulations to Jacob Bradford, Johnny Richbourg, Jeffrey Mills, Emma Griffith, and Kirsten Gunter! HOOAH!

First pep rally!

We’ve had a great few first games and are excited about this Friday’s game against Eastside High!  We are going to gear up and support our Bears with our first pep rally.  Friday, we’re going to have a Black Out themed celebration for our first home game.  Be sure to wear black and bring your glow sticks!  Student Council will be selling some at lunch on Friday.  Go Bears!

Everything Matters at GHS including Attendance!

Attendance Matters logo

Did you know that children can suffer academically if they miss 10 percent of school days? Absenses add up – that’s just a couple days each month. And that includes excused and unexcused absences. September is Attendance Awareness Month, so let’s work together to get all kids to school – on time, every day.

In celebration of Attendance awareness month, we are rewarding those with perfect attendance! Each week, those students with perfect attendance for the week will be entered into a drawing to win a Mega Ticket to the Kiwanis Spalding County Fair!  We will be rewarding a ticket for the next four weeks, so make sure to be at school and listen for your name on the announcements!

Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy

Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy

We’re excited to participate in the Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy this year!  The academy is a national high school leadership program focused on impact through action.  Being in the Leadership Academy you will have monthly leadership labs where you’ll learn information that you will apply in planning and developing a community impact project. There are 30 slots available to be part of this great team that will make a difference! If you are interested go to chickfilaleaderacademy.com/apply to APPLY NOW for a spot.

For more information see Mrs. Valdez (in the library), Mrs. Williamson (410) or Ms. Purdy (411).

2014 Chick-fil-A Leader Academy- Apply Today from Chick-fil-A Leader Academy on Vimeo.

Europe Trip

Fagin Europe Trip
It’s not too early to make plans for Spring Break 2015!  If you’ve been dreaming about going to Europe, then this trip is for you.  We will visit Germany, northern Italy, Switzerland, and Paris.This trip will be more fun than you have ever imagined!  If you have questions, contact Ms. Fagin at leslie.fagin@gscs.org. Visit www.explorica.com and enter Fagin-3288.

Fagin’s Europe Trip Flyer

Online Election for Parents to Serve on School Council

Please take the time to answer this quick survey to select which parent should serve on Griffin High School’s School Council.  The four parents with the highest percentages of nominations will be chosen. Parent Election Survey 

Each school has a School Council to serve the needs of the school and community.

The intent of School Councils is to:

  • Bring communities and schools together
  • Solve difficult education problems
  • Improve academic achievement
  • Provide support for teachers & administrators
  • Bring parents into the school-based decision-making process

The responsiblity of School Councils are to:

  • Maintain school-wide perspective
  • Participate regularly in Council meetings
  • Participate in information & training sessions
  • Act as a link between Council & community
  • Encourage participation of parents and others in school community
  • Work to improve student achievement & performance

Science Fair Information

This year the following courses are required to complete a Science Fair project.  The link at the bottom, “Science Fair Rubrics 2014″, includes information and directions on how to complete this year’s project.

Earth Systems
Environmental Science

Science Fair Packet 2014

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