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Hiller Highlights

Why it is great to be young and a Foothiller!
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GHS Electives and Pathways 

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Upcoming Events

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Spring Break

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11:30:am - 12:30:pm
Student Investment Club Meeting

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Boys Volleyball West Coast Challenge

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Boys Volleyball West Coast Challenge

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3:30:pm - 6:30:pm
Boys Golf vs Mount Miguel

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4:00:pm - 7:00:pm
Boys Golf vs. Helix

STAR Testing Schedule 2014

Students that are enrolled in both periods 1 & 7 will be meeting with an assistant principal starting Monday, April 21st to make adjustments to their individual schedules during modified testing days (4/28/14 - 5/9/14).  If you have any questions, please call Mr. Issa at (619) 668-6021.

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GHS Summer School

GHS summer school will be held from June 23rd until July 11th, from 7:30am to 12:30pm.  Students may make up a D or an F in one core class.  Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, depending on space available. DOWNLOAD the PDF application here

Fall Sports Physicals

Physicals for Fall sports will be held on Saturday, July 12th, 8am -12pm in the locker room. The cost is $20. Cash only.

Welcome incoming 8th graders, class of 2018

Please visit the Incoming 8th Graders page to find out all the important upcoming dates for Freshman Showcase, Foothillers Community night, open enrollment and registration. You will also find all you need to know about how to enroll your student at Grossmont and why Grossmont is the best choice for your student! 

NBC 7's: Game of the Week

NBC 7's Sherene Tagharobi visit's Grossmont High School in preparation for the NBC 7 Game of the Week. Grossmont High School vs. Helix High School is called "The Battle for the Musket". The game was played on November 1st, 2013. You can view the new broadcasts on the NBCsandiego.com web site by clicking on the following links. 
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GHS Pathways

We are pleased that Grossmont High School has developed five pathways, which connect school learning with students' interest and their educational and career aspirations. Pathways provide opportunities for students to earn college credit, and connect classroom learning with real world experience. Pathways are a sequence of two or more classes taken over consecutive school years. Classes are connected by common themes and incorporate project-based learning. Foothillers interested in pathways can choose from the following pathways:

  • Arts, Media Entertainment - 3-year pathway with classes in animation, photography and digital arts, emphasize the creative arts in media.
  • Education and Learning – 2-year pathway is for students considering future careers in teaching or childcare.
  • Sports Medicine  - 2-year pathway where students learn about sports health careers, recognition and treatment of sports injuries.
  • Information Technology  - 3-year pathway with classes in web design, computer programming and Information Technology Management.
  • Transportation – 3-year pathway for students with an interest in cars, how they work and how to fix them.

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Featured Stories

Red Robe Choir
The GHS RED ROBE choir at the Louvre Museum where students viewed the most famous painting in the world: Leonardo's Mona Lisa.  In addition, the group of 63 were given a historical account of the evolution from a small French Castle to what is now the largest museum in the world.
The RED ROBE Choir performing at Notre Dam Cathedral on Feb. 15th, 2013.  In addition to performing a full concert to a standing-room-only cathedral, Adam Davis (GHS violinist and choir member) performed Panis Angelicus on the violin.  They did GHS proud!!
Member of the GHS RED ROBE CHOIR performed the National Anthem at the WWII American Cemetery in Normandy.  The choir toured the beaches of Normandy and viewed the  German-occupied bunkers located on the re-named beaches of: Omaha, Utah, and Juno before being welcomed at the American WWII Memorial in France.

 

Rock and Roll Dance

It’s that time once again!  Put on your dancing shoes and bring your appetite ... It’s the 6th Annual Rock ‘n’ Roll Dinner/Dance to benefit Grossmont High School sports, the Coach Ron Murphy Scholarship Fund, and the Grossmont High School Educational Foundation!  

Click here to download the dance flyer.

Attention Seniors make sure you schedule your senior portraits with Boyd Anderson soon! You must take your picture with this photographer in order to be placed in the yearbook. We do not use ID card photo. Book an appointment today. Your yearbook photo is FREE. Call (619) 444-1184 or visit boydanderson.com for more information or to book a sitting.

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GHS Educational Foundation

The mission of the Grossmont High School Educational Foundation is to enhance the overall educational experience of students by raising, managing and disbursing funds to support the academic, athletic, and artistic needs of the school. Please consider supporting the GHSEF with a tax deductable donation.

Important Contacts

GHS Contacts

Phone # 619-668-6000
Fax #  619-463-7108 


 Principal

Dan Barnes
- (619) 668-6012


Assistant Principal

Donnie Carroll
- Grade: 11th  and Seniors with last name A-Ge
- (619) 668-6023
Frank Issa
Grade: 9th  and Seniors with last name Gi-N
- (619) 668-6021
Lynelle Nicholson
Grade: 10th  and Seniors with last name O-Z
- (619) 668-6022


Counselor

Laura Dawson
- (619) 668-6045 (12th Grade)
Julianna Manuel
- (619) 668-6047 (9h Grade)
Rebecca Vargas-Wilson
- (619) 668-6042 (11th Grade)
Noel McMahon
- (619) 668-6049 (GRC/10th Grade)
Deborah Aguila
- (619) 668-6048 (Special Ed) 


Attendance

Sue Phillips
- (619) 668-6032
All Day Absence Hotline
- (619) 668-6031 

 

 

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