Grants Pass High School
Home of the cavemen
Grants Pass High School is a comprehensive high school which is home to 1,800 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, 56 classes articulated for college credit, and 16 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 is investing more than a quarter of a million dollars to reduce activities fees for middle and high school students.
GPHS social studies teacher, Lois MacMillan, and Grants Pass grad, Rachelle Bell, share the key to helping students reach their potential. Both are in the running for 2022 Oregon Teacher of the Year.
This year, all course fees will be covered by Grants Pass School District 7.
District 7 is adopting a new communication platform for the 21-22 school year. Parents can choose how they want their schools and teachers to communicate with them.
History teacher, Lois MacMillan has been named Southern Oregon Regional Teacher of the Year.
The Grants Pass High School band was recognized for its “heart” in the aftermath of the September 2020 Almeda Fire.