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If you are not receiving Report Cards via email, please call Teresa Morgan 619-668-6039 and update your email address.
Our beloved Captain James "Buddy" Iannone passed away suddenly on Monday, June 19, 2017 from natural causes. Captain was only with us for two years, but he had a huge impact on the lives of many. He was so proud of the work we all do at GHS, and regularly shared, with passion, his ideas about how to educate our youth. We were lucky to bring him to our campus as he was highly sought after as an NJROTC instructor in our southern California section. He had several key NJROTC roles outside of GHS, working in leadership education of the cadets from the whole area. He brought to our program a high quality understanding of how to guide our students in becoming leaders, and he loved seeing our students succeed. He daily looked forward to the continued growth of our unit. Watching him teach his cadets made us very proud to know him. His caring for students and Grossmont High School was apparent in everything he did. He will truly be missed by students, parents, and staff.
Grossmont's NJROTC will hold a celebration of his life for students and parents the evening of August 18, followed by a voluntary visit to the cemetery the on August 19(details to follow).
If you would like to send condolences to their family, please send or email them to:
Grossmont High School
1100 Murray Drive
Grossmont High School and GCCCD - Higher Edge Scholarship:
By 2020, 65% of all jobs will require post-secondary education. Employers are demanding highly trained, competent and skilled workers in a wide array of industries. That’s why the Grossmont Union High School District and Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District have joined forces to set all GUHSD students up for success. Students in the Class of 2019 and beyond from these east county high schools (INCLUDES GROSSMONT HIGH SCHOOL) are automatically considered Higher Edge Scholars and will be able to participate in exciting new programs that will begin to be offered to students in the 2016/17 academic year. Students that fulfill the requirements of the Higher Edge Promise Scholarship criteria will be rewarded with FREE college for their first 30 units at either Grossmont or Cuyamaca Colleges.
Congratulations to Foothiller Baseball
Grossmont High School Baseball team beats Francis Parker to take the CIF Division 1 Championship last Friday. Way to represent GHS PRIDE! This is our San Diego county leading, 12th championship!
2017 GHS Mock Trial Team Storms the Courthouse!
Grossmont placed 6 out of 30 teams, and Bella Gargano came away with an individual award of "Outstanding Prosecution Attorney." From February 16 through February 25, 2017,
Grossmont High School participated for our fourth year in the San Diego County High School Mock Trial Competition. The Program is presented by the local state and federal courts and the San Diego County Bar Association (SDCBA). Each team is made up of 8-25 high school students. SDCBA assists in providing lawyer coaches and the courts provide judges and courtrooms. This year 29 county high schools participated in the competition.
The mission of the Program presented by the SDCBA "is to foster understanding and respect for the American legal system and for the rule of
law. The Program seeks to develop high school students into better citizens by familiarizing them with our Constitution and Bill of Rights through academic competition enhancing students' ability to think critically, communicate effectively and work as a team as well as with other members of society."
Grossmont's team included seniors Cristina Misas, Kennedy Nolta, Bella Gargano, Sophia Wulftange, Brycen Carter, Caleb Cheek, Megan Williams, Tenema Sirleaf, Jillian Dawson, Cayla Macres, Liliana Guerrero, Sarvenaz Karbasi, Luis Escobar, Carley Freedman, Pamela Torresdey, Alyssa Chong, and Junioir Ashley Prus. All of these students dedicated over four months of training including over 40 hours of their time. Our attorney coaches included three attorneys from the California State Attorney General's office, Kimberley Donohue, Jennifer Truong, and Laura Glennon.
The students went away with a once in a lifetime experience. Here are some of their comments: "Mock Trial helped me be a better communicator." "Mock Trial gave me much greater confidence in public speaking." "I'm not going to lie, it was tough. Sometimes it felt like another class. But most of the time we had a blast and it was totally worth it in the end." "I gained respect for the arduous process and the judicial system as a whole through experiencing it first hand." "Mock trial has taught me perseverance, passion and belief in what I'm doing, and the value of hard work." "It takes a lot of hard work and preparation but in the end it was very rewarding!" "Mock Trial taught me about the workings of trials as well as the copious amount of effort and time attorneys must spend on their work. I was also able to meet wonderful people who I would not have interacted with before. I am grateful for the experience."
Welcome Class of 2021!
We are excited and looking forward to another class of outstanding students starting at Grossmont in August. To finalize enrollment at Grossmont, you will need to bring two proofs of residency, immunization records, and your birth certificate along with the registration documents from the new student packet. If you do not have the new student packet, they are available for pick-up at the counseling office in the admin building. We will be collecting these on Wednesday 3/15, Thursday 3/16 from 3:00-6:00 pm, and on Friday 3/17 from 8:00-11:00 am. If you have any questions, please call (619) 668-6039. It is great to be young and a Foothiller!
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