Parent Workshop on the Power of Infinite Campus

District Parent Workshop The Power of Infinite Campus You’ll only need to attend one session. Advanced registration preferred.   October 18 @ 10:00 am and 5:00 pm Griffin-Spalding County School System Learning Center 216 So. More »

Homecoming 2017 – Ancient Civilizations

Homecoming Festivities Parade – September 17 (Sunday)  2 pm Downtown Griffin Powder Puff game – September 20 (Wednesday) Game v. WhiteWater and crowning of the court – September 22 (Friday) 7:30 pm More »

Senior Advisement and Financial Aid assistance!!!

Attention senior parents!  On Tuesday, Sept. 19,  the GHS counseling department is hosting a Senior Parent night from 5-7 PM in the Media Center.  Learn about your senior’s graduation progress, the financial More »

Victoria Hornsby receives Athletic Sportsmanship Award

Victoria Hornsby, a junior soccer player at Griffin High School, recently received a Griffin-Spalding County Schools Athletic Sportsmanship Award.  “Victoria is an excellent representative of Griffin High School.  She works hard in the classroom and on the field and always does things the right way.  I am glad that her positive attitude and outstanding sportsmanship is being recognized,” said girls soccer head coach Bill Stikes.
Pictured (L to R) are Principal Dr. Darrell Evans, Assistant Principal Ms. Pamela Davis, Assistant Coach Thomas Hoffmann, Victoria Hornsby, Athletic Director Dr. Kennedy Holt, Head Coach Bill Stikes, and Assistant Coach Amy Williamson.

Junior art student, Tracy Naiuyima, makes her mark on GHS.


GHS Hosts Special Olympics

Members of the GHS Key Club helps out at Special Olympics Festivities today.

Look for more photos here.  Photo credits to J. Paul Folds


JROTC Awards Night

The GHS JROTC had their annual award night on May 11.  Congratulations to all.  Here are all the pictures. Photo credits to J. Paul Folds


Jeramie Paz selected as high school finalist in the UN Sustainable Development Goals Challenge

Jeramie Paz received an Honorable Mention award in the Environment: Management & Pollution category at the 2017 International Sustainable World (Engineering Energy Environment) Project Olympiad held on May 3-8 in Houston, Texas.  Jeramie presented his project on enhanced removal of metals from contaminated water using renewable biomass (pine wood).  There were 437 competing projects by students from the U.S. and by international students from about 70 countries.  ISWEEEP aims to inspire interest among young student scientists for exploring solutions to preserve Earth’s resources and create a sustainable planet for everyone.

The School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University established the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG) Challenge in 2015, inviting students to “imagine ways – big and small – of transforming our fragile world.”

There were 252 applicants from 23 nations and 27 states this year.  Innovative proposals to end poverty, protect the earth, and ensure prosperity were submitted. The UN SDG Challenge gave participants a platform for their ideas and a chance for seed funding, along with scholarships to attend Seton Hall University.

Jeramie Paz was one of 10 high school finalists selected out of the 252 projects by a panel of judges.  The finalists presented their strategies – virtually, or in person — on April 21, 2017.

Anne Lee, Sammamish, WA
Grace Anderson, Millstone, NJ
Karen Lu, Cooper City, FL
Tinayeishe Elohim Nota, Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe
Jeramie Paz, Griffin, GA
Jemimah Emily Rajack, Fairfax, VA
Caroline Hadley McCutcheon Copeland, Dallas, TX
Sofia Calvo Castillo, Summit, NJ
Sierra Kennard, Falls Church, VA
Andrea Grman, Vienna, Austria


Jostens Delay

Attention Seniors:

Jostens would like to apologize for any inconvenience that they may have caused.

Jostens plans to be back at GHS,  May 17, 2017 during all lunch periods in the commons for Seniors. The delay was due to custom stoles.


College and Military Signing Day 2017

Today we recognized those seniors who have committed to either joining the military or to attending college.

Congratulations to the Class of 2017!  Pictures of all who attended can be found here.


Band Fundraiser Great Success

Thank you to all who came out for the Harlem Globetrotter Alumni Event this past weekend! Thanks to you, we are getting closer to our goal of new uniforms for the Band of Gold. It is amazing to watch the difference in the band when they have uniforms that they can be proud of. Please continue to make donations to Mr. Mitchell or Ms. Odom to make the beautiful new uniforms a reality.

Spring Band Concert

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GHS Celebrates the Students of the Week

All GHS 2016-2017 students of the week were honored at a breakfast last week.

Congratulations to all who were recognized.