Hoping for the win
GHS students in Mr. Harrod's Graphic Art Class participated in a national shoe customization contest by Vans known as Custom Culture.
The contest was open to students from all over the United States.Finalists will be flown to NYC and winners will receive $50,000 for their school district's art program.
Lock down drill
GHS will be having a lock down drill, and a shelter in place drill prior to the end of the school year. We will be going over procedures with students this week. Please call 775-5710 with any concerns.
Math Regents Review has begun
All students in Regents Algebra, Geometry, or Trigonometry are urged to attend Math Regents Review classes. Students should see their teacher, or listen to the announcements for the schedule.
Student Recognition Breakfast at Chamber
Congratulations to all of the GHS students that were recognized during the Fulton County Chamber of Commerce Student Recognition Breakfast on May 1.
Spanish students travel to La Casa Dominicana
Mrs. Barranco's and Ms. Catchpole's Spanish classes took a trip to Albany to eat at La Casa Dominicana, where the owner prepared a variety of the Latino dishes students have been learning about in class.
Peer Leaders attended Mental Health Awareness Day
On Wednesday, Mar. 13, student peer leaders for Sources of Strength attended the annual Mental Health Matters Day in Albany.
Class of 2016 fundraising activities
The Class of 2016 will be hosting a Car Wash on May 4 at McDonald's, and a BBQ in the GHS Parking Lot on May 21.
Senior trip information
The Senior Trip to Niagara Falls/Darien Lake will be on June 15-16.
Sliding towards the finish line
Students from Gloversville High School put their racing and design skills to the test on Saturday, Mar. 9, when they competed in the Hunter Mountain Derby.
Students of the Month
Congratulations to the Students of the Month for January. They were treated to lunch at Gianna's Pizzeria, sponsored by the Kingsborough PTA.
Students spreading hope
Students in Sources of Strength (S.O.S.) and Friends of Rachel, along with representatives from Bridges, joined forces to create a design in the snow on the front lawn of the GHS campus.
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Protecting kids from tobacco marketing
Verneta Collar of Gloversville signs a card in support of protecting kids from tobacco marketing in stores during the Family and Community Fun Night.
Why re-taking the Regents might be a good idea
Depending on the college of choice, remedial courses may be required for students who score lower than APM scores.
GHS Honors Breakfast
Gloversville High School treated 280 students to breakfast recently for being named to the Principal's List and/or Honor Roll.
GHS student art selected
GHS student Rachel Brown-Weinstock created a piece of art for Siena Colleges Annual Art Poster and Writing Invitational at Siena College. Her artwork will be on display during the reception on Jan. 18.
GHS junior gives gifts to Infirmary patients
Christina Brooker took it upon herself to find out from the Infirmary who may not be receiving anything for the holidays this year. She picked out gifts and will be distributing them to patients. Way to go!
GHS students to perform for NYSSMA Zone 7 Music Festival
Gloversville High School students Keri Cantelupe, David Ward, and Lindsey Howard were selected to perform.
Students recognized for their perseverance
On Thursday, Nov. 1, the Gloversville High School Transition Team hosted a Halloween breakfast for sophomores who had been at-risk of dropping out as freshman
GHS Yearbook Order form
The GHS Oracle can be ordered through the Josten's web site by following this link.
Gloversville High School designated as a Focus School
Find out what this means and what services are available to help your children achieve.
The Gloversville Enlarged School District has interviews scheduled for three available principal positions in the district.
Parents of Gloversville High School students and Gloversville Middle School students can now sign up to view their child's attendance record, grading information and schedule, on-line through the Parent Access Portal. *Please note that this service is only available to parents and/or legal guardians of high school or middle school students.
The district's online pre-payment system for school meals, MyNutrikids.com, was recently purchased by another company and has been changed to mySchoolBucks.com.