Gladiola High School
We believe students respond well when given choices within consistent routines. We believe excellent teaching includes modeling, listening, and learning. We believe students do well when they feel adults care about their achievement. We believe an environment that challenges each student to rise to clear expectations fosters success. We believe students learn best when they can make a personal connection with the instruction, and engaging parents/guardians enhances education. We believe each student is a valuable individual who deserves respect and acknowledgement.
We are GP!
We are looking for members of our school community to serve on Grants Pass School District 7’s Equity Advisory Committee. The EAC will complement and help communicate the work of our established Team for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity or TIDE.
In accordance with Senate Bill 732, the will provide feedback to the Superintendent and the School Board about equity issues in schools.
Gladiola High School celebrated its largest-ever graduating class in 2022.
Student Investment Account (SIA) dollars help to lower activities fees for the 2022-23 school year.
All high school course fees will be covered by Grants Pass School District 7 for the 2022-23 school year.
The Grants Pass School Board has selected Mr. Tim Sweeney to serve as the next superintendent of Grants Pass School District 7 schools. Mr. Sweeney has accepted the position effective July 1, 2022.
Grants Pass School District 7 is investing more than a quarter of a million dollars to reduce activities fees for middle and high school students.