Curriculum Night

Come to GHS and see what your students are learning! August 25 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Family of students will meet in the Commons and then go to each class. More »

The Probe Fair is Coming!

To register, Scan the Barcode on the PROBE poster on the 700 hall so that you can receive another barcode that college representatives can scan to retrieve your information.       More »

NEW LUNCH ONLINE PAYMENT INFORMATION!!!

Please take notice: GSCS has changed online meal payment vendors.  My School Bucks is no longer accepting transactions from GSCS accounts.  Any payments done on My School Bucks were deposited on students More »

Makayla Walker takes Oath of Enlistment in the US Marine Corps

Cadet/Captain Makayla Walker was administered the Oath of Enlistment into the United States Marine Corps by LTC (Retired) Jesse L. Pugh, Senior Army Instructor of the Griffin High School JROTC Department. Makayla will serve in the Marine Corps as an Aviation Repair Technician. Also, Dr. Douglas Wheeler, a Former Marine and Assistant Principal at Griffin High School, presented Makayla with her first Eagle, Globe and Anchor Marine Corps Pin.

 

Allen Griffin speaks to 9th Grade students

Motivational speaker, and Ed.D candidate, Allen Griffin spoke to the 9th Grade Academy this morning.  You can learn more about him at http://www.allengriffin.com/

 

Thank you Mr. Griffin!  He will also be speaking at Griffin First Assembly Student Center, on McIntosh Road tomorrow night.

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New JROTC Officers Commissioned

On August 23, the GHS JROTC Department commissioned it’s new officers.  Among those commissioned were:

Cadet LTC Paloma Velasco-Rios  – Battalion Commander

Cadet Major Teasha Pack – Executive Officer

Cadet Captain D. J. King – Alpha Company Commander

Cadet Captain Cameron Bradford – Battalion S-4 Supply Officer
More photos can be found here
JROTC Commissioning

Family and Community come to Curriculum Night to learn about GHS

Community and family members came to GHS last night to learn about what is going on.  Family members were able to meet with their student’s teacher and learn about what their students are doing this semester.

Thank you to all who came!

 

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Yearbooks on sale now!

Yearbook

Whiteout Hunger! Wear white Friday night.

WHITEOUT

HUNGER      

August 26th6:30@ Stadium

   SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

 

The first 150 people to bring canned goods get a free rally rag to support the

 Griffin High Bears!

 Wear White Friday Night!

Don’t wait, financial aid forms can be started on Oct. 1!!!

Don’t miss out on crucial financial aid benefits.  You can start the necessary FAFSA form on October 1.

 

To get step by step instructions, click here!

Swim interest meeting!

There will be a swim team interest meeting on September 6 at 3:30 in room 209.

Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend.

Curriculum Night

Come to GHS and see what your students are learning!

August 25 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Family of students will meet in the Commons and then go to each class.

We hope to see you all there!

Are you interested in becoming a vet?

The University of Georgia will be hosting its annual “Vet School for a Day” program on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at the University of Georgia.  This program is designed to give high school students a greater understanding about the career opportunities within the field of veterinary medicine.
The program includes:

  • A Tour of UGA’s Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital
  • Meetings with faculty from different areas within Veterinary Medicine
  • Discussions with current Veterinary Medicine students
  • Lunch with students and faculty
  • Career advice from distinguished alumni

Please forward this information on to any of your high school juniors or seniors who may be interested in Veterinary Medicine or a related field.

Space for this popular program is limited and students must be nominated by a school counselor.  There is no cost for students, but to offset the cost of food there is a small fee ($15) for each chaperone (parent, counselor, and/or teacher), payable on the day of the event. Vet School for a Day is proudly sponsored by the David Forehand Foundation, based in Atlanta.

Beginning on August 11, students can register here:
http://vet.uga.edu/academic/vet_school_for_a_day

Questions? Please contact Esther Mitchell at dvmadmit@uga.edu 

Sincerely,

Office of Admissions | University of Georgia
Terrell Hall | Athens, GA 30602-1633