Grants Pass High School
Welcome to 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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Congratulations to our Grants Pass High School student musicians who are headed to the state music championships!
The state solo championships for band, orchestra and choir will be held at the end of April.
When a woman choked and went unconscious at a local restaurant in February, a Grants Pass High School tenth grader stepped in to save her life.
On Tuesday, March 14, 2023, Michael was recognized during the regular meeting of the Grants Pass School District Board of Education where he received a standing ovation.
Michele Napier will become the first female principal to lead the district’s comprehensive high school.
Learn more about the Grants Pass native and proud, third-generation GPHS grad by clicking the picture above.
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.
More students in Grants Pass School District 7 graduated on time in 2022 than in any previous year since the Oregon Department of Education began consistently recording the data.
Language Arts teacher, Mrs. Teresa Connelly, is being recognized as District 7 Teacher of the Month!
"Teresa leads the charge for our language arts department and our staff when it comes to promoting staff wellness and unity,” Principal Ryan Thompson says.