Georgetown High School is a 5A public school accredited by the Texas Education Agency. There are approximately 1800 students. Georgetown High School operates on a 36 week school calendar divided in two 18 week semesters. Students take 8 courses and are on an A/B block schedule day.
On Wednesday, October 15th, GHS will be administering the PSAT to all Sophomores and Juniors free of charge to students (paid for by GISD). All Sophomores and Juniors will be automatically registered to take the test. If you would like to opt your son/daughter out of testing, please contact Mrs. Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a Freshman and would like to take the test, please stop by the Counselor's Office to register. The cost is $14 and can be paid with cash or check. The deadline to register for Freshmen is Thursday, September 25th. After this date you will be placed on a wait-list. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Conrad in the main office.
Seniors please pick up Student Activity Forms in the Main Office or download from the GHS website (by clicking the link above). Return completed forms to Ms. Charpentier by Friday Sept. 19th. The Georgetown Optimist Club and the Georgetown Study Club use information on the form to make their selections for monthly student recognition. If you are selected, you will be eligible for the local scholarships offered by these organizations.
The GISD CTE Department, in partnership with the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, sponsors the CTE Student Recognition program to recognize senior CTE students who have demonstrated an outstanding attitude a commitment to excellence and achievement, and a willingness to participate in activities in the respective CTE clubs/classes.
The Georgetown Fall College Fair is right around the corner on Tuesday, September 23rd! Colleges and universities from all over Texas and the United States will be attending the annual event held in the GHS Cafeteria from 12:00pm-2:00pm. It is open to all GHS students during their lunch periods. Contact Coach Conrad in the College & Career Center Room 118 for more information.
Check out the new College & Career Webpage, located under School Information and under the "Quick Links" on the GHS Homepage. Scholarship Info, College Visits, and much more information will be updated for students and parents throughout the year. Questions? Stop by and see Mr. Conrad in the room 118.
Are you a senior this year? Are you a good citizen? Are you involved on campus and in the community? Then you should apply for the Jack Frost citizen of the month award Come by Mrs. Amy Beran’s office (205), Ms. Shelly Hesson’s room (221), or the Counselor’s office to pick up application. You can also click the link above to download and print the application. Each month we will select one Boy and one Girl who exemplify citizenship. Winners are introduced at the School board meeting and rewarded a savings bond at a Breakfast in their honor at the end of the year. This award is one of the Top Awards that you can receive in GISD. See Mrs. Beran or Ms. Hesson with questions.
TEAMS Parent Self Serve allows Georgetown ISD parents to access their child’s attendance and grades online. Parents can learn more and register at http://www.georgetownisd.org/grades. If parents have problems with or questions about registering, please email GISD Parent Self Serve Support at email@example.com.
The Georgetown High School Annex and Richarte High School building were evacuated at approximately 8:10 this morning due to a smell emanating from the cafeteria area. They gave the building the all-clear and students began returning to the building by 8:50 AM.
Taking the challenge for a great cause to the next level, Brent and his leadership team were drenched with over 650 gallons of ice water delivered by a front loader on the site of GISD’s newest elementary school.
Brent and his team will be drenched with ice water dropped from a Front Loader Bucket at the construction site of Georgetown ISD's newest elementary school in the new Teravista Subdivision.
The Rotary Club of Georgetown is once again sponsoring the Early Act First Knight Program at Georgetown ISD. This year, Ford Elementary School will join Mitchell Elementary and Williams Elementary as participants in this great nine-month character education program.
At approximately 10:50 AM, McCoy Elementary School was given the all-clear by the Georgetown Fire Department and Atmos Energy. The gas leak across the street was capped and students and staff were able to return to the building. Lunches are beginning and the school will dismiss at their normal time.
As of Wednesday, August 27th, Georgetown ISD district enrollment was up 236 students in comparison to last year’s numbers. Total student enrollment at all schools was 10,582.
Georgetown ISD has announced its policy today for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the attached current income eligibility guidelines. Each school/site or the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by anyone on request.
Flyers will not be distributed at campuses from outside organizations during the first two weeks of the new school year.
Georgetown ISD’s newest elementary school is beginning to take shape at the corner of Teravista Crossing and Scenic Lake Drive.
5:30 PM GHS Football - 9th vs Leander
5:30 PM GHS Football - JV @ Leander HS
4:00 PM GHS Tennis Varsity vs East View
6:30 PM GHS Volleyball 9B vs McCallum
4:00 PM GHS Tennis 9th vs Westlake