Goshen High School

News and Announcements

December Students of the Month

Congratulations to the Students of the Month for December, pictured from left to right: Isabelle Jordan-English, Jodie Walter-French, Allie Popp-Math, Kaci Geer- American History, not pictured, Brooke Ashcraft-Science, Xavier Holt-Spanish
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Senior Portraits Taken December 6th

Senior portraits will be taken Wednesday, December 6th at Goshen High School by Lifetouch. Students are not required to purchase the pictures, however, this is THE picture (and the only picture) that will be used for the yearbook and the composite photo. Boys should have a shirt with a collar and a tie for these pictures. Girls should have a dressy blouse no spaghetti straps and no facial piercings.
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Changepoint, Be the Difference Program Comes to GHS 10th Grade

Parents and guardians of Goshen High School sophomores:

All 10th graders will have the opportunity to participate in a program called Changepoint, Be the Difference. This program will be an all day event for students on Friday, December 1st where they will participate in several small group and large group mental health, anti-bullying, and pro-community sessions. The program is led by a member of the Changepoint group as well as our Child Focus counselor, Mr. John Turpening, and our 10th grade guidance counselor, Mrs. Kelly Royal. School staff volunteers, counseling student volunteers, and Child Focus counselor volunteers will also be participating. Your student was provided a refusal to participate form through their English class today. If you DO NOT want your child to participate in this all day event on Friday, December 1st please complete and return this refusal to participate form to the high school guidance office. If you want your child to participate then no action is needed. If you have any questions please contact John Turpening or Kelly Royal at 722-2227.
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GHS New timeline Display of Goshen Schools

GHS students enjoying the new timeline display of goshen schools. The timeline begins in the 1700's and ends at the 2010 era. Please stop by the main office and register with Mrs. Bailey before entering the high school. The display is located in the community room at the HS.
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