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It is our goal to increase communication with the school community throughout the 2018-2019 school year. Please access the following social media sites in order to keep informed: GOSHEN HIGH SCHOOL WEBSITE: Check the Goshen High School website frequently for school related information as well as a calendar of important events.   http://ghs.goshenlocalschools.org/ Follow @GoshenWarriors on TWITTER for daily updates/announcements, celebrations, extra-curricular updates and photos of daily activities. Follow Goshen High School on INSTAGRAM (GHSWarriors) to see photos of our students in action. Like Goshen Local Schools on FACEBOOK  to celebrate successes in all buildings across the district.   Additionally, a weekly newsletter will be available on all high school sites informing families of important information and upcoming events taking place at Goshen High School.

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A Building With Four Walls And Tomorrow Inside.

Goshen High School provides a comprehensive curriculum that includes the four core areas of Mathematics, English, Science, and Social Studies. There are courses at both the Honors and the College Prep levels. Courses are available in foreign languages as well as art, vocal and instrumental music, business, and technology. Additional elective choices are available through a building flex-credit program. At risk students are served through the Career Based Intervention, Warrior Path, and ACE programs. There are seven Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered in addition to four dual-credit courses that are offered in conjunction with Zane State College and Southern State College. A small number of students are served at UC Clermont College through the College Credit Plus program. Goshen High School has been consistently rated Excellent by the state of Ohio. The school has been through some dramatic changes in its curriculum over the past five years. Added were the four dual enrollment courses for our students to take advantage of earning college credit while in high school. Dual-Credit Chemistry, Western Civilization, Sociology, and Art History to the repertoire of classes. We have also added a number of new AP courses to our master schedule. Students now have the opportunity to take Biology, US History, Psychology, Calculus, Government, and English Language at the Advanced Placement level.

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