The Friday Show – aired 12/15/2017

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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 More »

The Friday Show – aired 12/8/2017

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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.



Race to Reading – Parent Involvement Meeting

Band Director honored as GSCS Agent of Inclusion

GHS Band Director, Reginald Mitchell, will be honored as a GSCS Agent of Inclusion.

Econ students make studying fun

While preparing for End of Course assessments (EOCs), students were challenged to create a study aid for themselves.  As his project, Florencio Cassanello created a game.  The whole class got in on the fun while also preparing for the exam later this week.

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Season’s Greetings!

From our family to yours, Season’s Greetings.

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Students of the week for the week of 11/27 – 12/1

The PBIS Team would like to congratulate the following students nominated as students of the week for 11/27 – 12/1

9th: Yasmine Hughley
10th: Liliana Madrigal
11th: Antonio King
12th: Marla Ingalls (not pictured)

The Friday Show – aired 12/1/2017

December Parent Workshop

December 2017 Parent Workshop Advertisement

Upward Bound Accepting Applications.

Community Teen Coalition is partnering with GHS to provide students the opportunity to participate in Upward Bound


The Community Teen Coalition is currently recruiting students for the Griffin High School Upward Bound/and Upward Bound STEM College Preparatory Program. Upward Bound is a part of the federally funded TRIO program that provides academic support and college enrichment to low-income and first-generation college bound students. To qualify students need to either meet TRIO low-income guidelines or be first-generation college, meaning neither parent has obtained a bachelor’s degree.  Additionally, to qualify, students must be in the 9th-11th grade, 2.4 GPA or above, U.S. citizen or legal resident, and attend Griffin High School. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.

Students participate in both the academic year and summer components upon entry to the program until high school graduation.  All program services are free and students receive a small stipend for their participation.

Dominic Stokes                                                                       Jeffery Henderson
Program Director                                                                   Program Specialist