Category Archives: Griffin High

Destini Bartley Commissioned into the Marine Corp

Destini Bartley took her oath of service, administered by Lt. Col. Jesse Pugh (US Army Retired), and was commissioned into the Marine Corp today.  She is the first member of the class of 2018 to be commissioned.


Santa visits GHS Media Center

The GHS Media Center had a special visitor all the way from the North Pole!


Freshman Academy Spreading Holiday Spirit

The Freshman Academy is spreading the Holiday Spirit by theme days.  Today’s theme, ugly sweaters!

Final Exam Schedule

Dec 18 – Dec 20 will be half days for final exams

Monday, December 18, Exams for blocks 1 and 2

Tuesday, December 19, Exams for blocks 3 and 4

Wednesday, December 20, Makeup exams.


If your student is exempt from exams, they are not required to be present, and will not be considered absent.

GHS Clubs and Classes decorate and donate trees to local families

Students of the week for the week of 12/1 – 12/8

The PBIS Team would like to congratulate the following students selected as students of the week for the week of 12/1 – 12/8.


9th: William Peadon
10th: Roderick Fluelleyn
11th: Gabriel Urbina
12th: Peyton McCollum

Move on When Ready – Family/Student Meetings

Are you interested in the Move on When Ready Program?  Join us for informational meetings

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Thursday, January 11th, 5:30 pm at the GSCS Auditorium.
Tuesday, January 16th, 5:30 pm at the GRCCA.
Wednesday, January 17th, 5:30 pm at the GRCCA.
Contact the counseling department, or Dr. Laura Ergle with any questions.

The Friday Show – aired 12/8/2017

Freshman Academy instills the holiday spirit with door decorations!

India Bryant presented with IEC scholarship from Penco Electrical Contractors, Inc.

Kristen Williams, President/CEO from Penco Electrical Contractors, Inc.  presents India Bryant, GHS Junior, with a one-year Electrical Apprenticeship Program scholarship.  The offer also includes an electrical apprenticeship with Penco beginning this summer, and the possibility of a continued scholarship for the entire course of study.

The scholarship will be with Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), a nationally certified and accredited program which provides: On-The-Job Training and Classroom Instruction.