Georgetown Alternative Program (GAP)

  • Address   502 Patriot Way
    Georgetown, TX 78626
    Websitewww.georgetownisd.org/gap
    Phone512-943-5196
    PrincipalMike Miller
    Grades6th-12th
    EnrollmentVaries
    Hours8:25 -3:55
     
    The Georgetown Alternative Program is the Discipline Alternative Education Program for GISD students in grades 6-12. Students are placed in the G.A.P. for violating the Student Code of Conduct. These students may be affected by factors including drugs, alcohol, inability to function in the traditional school environment, family issues, academic difficulties, or emotional difficulties. The G.A.P. seeks to provide these students with an environment that promotes positive decision-making, self-discipline, positive social skills, and improved academic performance. The Georgetown Alternative Program began in 1996, and it incorporates both a military style discipline component and an educational component. The military component addresses student discipline, character building, decision-making, and self-control, while the educational component concentrates on improving academic skills and performance.

Principal Profile: Mike Miller

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    Mike Miller

     

    Mr. Miller earned a Bachelors of Science in Science Education at The University of Texas at Austin minoring in Astronomy and Geology, as well as a Master of Theology degree in Bible Exposition from Dallas Theological Seminary, a Masters in Educational Administration from Southwest Texas State University and superintendent certification from Tarleton State.  

    Mr. Miller is in his 18th year as a high school administrator serving his first five years at Belton High School before returning to serve at Georgetown High School as an administrator in 2004.  Prior to being an administrator he taught middle school and high school science beginning with one year at Lake Travis ISD and then nine in Georgetown. 

    Mr. Miller and his family have lived in Georgetown since 1991.  He enjoys amateur astronomy, geology, meteorology, golf, salt water fishing and teaching adult Sunday School.

Maps & Directions: GAP

  • Directions:

    • If coming from I-35: Take the Highway 29/University Avenue exit and travel east on Highway 29/University Avenue approximately 4.7 miles. You will cross the 130 Toll Road and pass East View High School. Just past East View,  turn right on to Patriot Way. Continue on Patriot Way past EVHS and the first entrance to GISD Support Services, then turn right to enter the GAP parking lot.
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    • If coming from the 130 Toll Road: Take the Highway 29 exit and travel east on Highway 29/University Avenue. You will pass East View High School. Just past East View,  turn right on to Patriot Way. Continue on Patriot Way past EVHS and the first entrance to GISD Support Services, then turn right to enter the GAP parking lot.
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