Welcome to Georgetown High School

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. 

 

 

 
 
 
GHS is the first school in GISD to earn No Place for Hate designation.
 
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GHS News

  • Congratulations to our Jack Frost Winners!

    The Jack Frost winners for September are Landry Smith and Trevor Springer and for October are Erika Wong and Mookie Walton. These Seniors were selected as Jack Frost winners because of their school activities, Service and being exceptional role-models. Congratulate these Seniors when you see them! They will be recognized at Monday’s school board meeting and again in the spring with an awards breakfast. Seniors, it’s not too late to get your application in- come by Mrs. Beran’s office 205 or the counselor to pick up an application. Once you fill it out, it stays on file the entire school year.

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  • Congrats Eagle Cross Country at Districts!

    Click here for a link to the District meet results.

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  • Underwater Robotics Program "SEAPERCH"

    GISD has been invited to participate in a Navy granted underwater robotics program called SeaPearch. This program is a student led, designed learning program that leads to competition at the state, regional, and national level. If you are a student and would like to participate, please click here to access the interest form. If you are an adult that would like to volunteer with this program, please contact Terri Conrad at conradt@georgetownisd.org.

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  • Congrats Swimmers!

    This past Friday your Georgetown Eagle Swimmers successfully completed the third meet in the GISD Cup series against Eastview Highschool. The Cup will stay in the hands of the Eagles for another year! Swimmers of the Meet for the Girls' team included Rylan Slocum, Grace Innis, Sophia Helpert, and Kyndal Cody. For the Boy's team Swimmers of the Meet were Collins Mclaughin, Jack Whewell, Michael True, Jackson Zenisek, Nathan Wyman and Luke Shepherd. Michael True, Jackson Zenisek, Nathan Wyman and Luke Shepherd also broke the 800 yd Relay with a time of 7:49.43. Please congratulate all these swimmers and our next competition will be this Saturday morning at 9am in the Temple Invitational at Temple High School.

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  • Coffee with Counselors

    Please join the GHS counselors for coffee on November 5th from 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM in the GHS Library for an informal session to learn about services provided by the GHS Counseling Department. This is a great time to learn and share ideas. We hope to see you there!

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  • GHS Fall Play Info

    The fall play is Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. It will be performed in the Little Theatre on October 30, 31, and Nov. 1, and Nov. 6, 7, and 8 at 7:30. Admission is 3$. The play will be about 90 minutes long. We hope to see everyone there!

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  • ASVAB Test

    GHS will be proctoring the ASVAB test on Tuesday, November 18th. If you'd like to sign up, stop by the Counselor's Office. For more information or questions, contact Steve Schoelman at schoelmanst@georgetownisd.org.

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  • Congrats Lady Eagle Golf!

    Congratulations to the Lady Eagle varsity golf team for their 2nd place finish in their most recent golf tournament. They competed against six other teams in the Burnet Invitational played at Delaware Springs and Lighthouse golf courses. Brynna Bunte had a fantastic tournament to lead the team in scoring with rounds of 74 and 75. This was 2nd best out of 30 players. Bailey Pehl was our number two player. Jenna Patel, Emma Dooley and Cailey Scully all shot personal best scores.

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  • Check out our new online newspaper - The Talon!

    Our school newspaper, The Talon, has moved online! Click here for the link!

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  • Career and Technology Student of the Month Applications

    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.

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  • GHS Daily Announcements

    Click here for all the latest news!

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  • Jack Frost Citizen of the Month

    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.

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  • Parent Self Serve and Student Self Serve Information

    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 pss@georgetownisd.org.

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