Grants Pass High School
Home of the cavemen
Grants Pass High School is a comprehensive high school which is home to 1,700 students, 160 staff, and many community partners that aim to serve every student who enters our doors.
There is a place for every student at GPHS. From award winning Career and Technical Education programs, a wide variety of club offerings, exceptional music and athletic programs, 60 classes articulated for college credit, and 17 Advanced Placement courses- we believe every student can find success at GPHS and a plan and pathway to their career.
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Grants Pass School District 7 and Four Way Community Foundation are proud to announce the launch of a fundraising campaign to preserve the Grants Pass High School Performing Arts Center (PAC).
A 25th-anniversary celebration of the Performing Arts Center will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2024. The celebration will be an evening of music, theater, and dance.
Grants Pass High School is excited to announce its highest graduation rate on record for the graduating class of 2023. With a graduation rate of 88.3%, Grants Pass High School surpassed the Oregon state average by an impressive 7 percentage points.
“This is an exciting milestone for Grants Pass High School,” Principal Michele Napier says. Click in to read more...
Teachers will use the grant money to purchase flexible seating options, cooking items, pickleball equipment, ceramics equipment, video games and more!
You are cordially invited to the annual GPHS Holiday Bazaar which will be held Saturday, December 9th, 2023 from 9am - 3pm at Grants Pass High School.
The Grants Pass School District 7 Board of Directors has approved a debt restructuring plan that aims to address safety and facility needs across the district.
The $12 million generated from the restructuring will be used to make necessary upgrades across the district, with a focus on improving the safety and functionality of school buildings.
Grants Pass High School will begin implementing a later school start time for the 2023-2024 academic year. The change was initiated by a GPHS senior who presented research on the health and academic benefits of a later start time to Superintendent Tim Sweeney.