Georgetown High School is home of the Eagles with colors of blue and white and “Eagle Fight Never Dies!” Originally constructed at 507 E. University Ave (Click here for historical marker information) near downtown Georgetown in 1923-1924 at what is now home of GISD Administration and Hammerlun Center for Leadership and Learning, Georgetown High School is now prominently located at 2211. Austin Ave. GHS serves students in grades 9-12 and offers a full spectrum of state and federal programming, academic as well as extracurricular experiences.
At Georgetown High School we recognize that our community is such an integral part of our success and our role of preparing our students for their futures. Please take our website for a spin as you get to know GHS a little better. We invite anyone interested in knowing more about GHS to contact us at the information found below as we look forward to expanding our partnerships with our community. Thanks for visiting and remember, Eagle Fight Never Dies!
4:15 PM GHS Boys Soccer @ East View
5:30 PM GHS Girls Soccer vs East View
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Boys Basketball Playoffs
Georgetown ISD announced that three students have been named All-State musicians by the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA).
The GISD Youth Job Fair will be held on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 from 9am - 12pm at the East View High School gymnasium.
The Georgetown ISD Education Foundation hosted the 4th Annual State of the District on Tuesday, February 5 at the Hammerlun Center for Leadership & Learning.
TCEA (The Texas Computer Education Association) has announced their 2018-2019 Educator Awards and Scholarships.
3-8 Grade Events; Award Ceremony Feb. 7
The U.S. Department of Education requires each state to publish an annual report card with specific district- and campus-level data.
Georgetown ISD is providing the community online access to the most current Texas Academic Performance Report for the district and all GISD campuses.
The Hammerlun Center for Leadership and Learning opens to the public on December 17.
Parents and community members are invited to participate in the review of instructional materials being considered for adoption for Kindergarten-Grade 8 English Language Arts.
GISD's newest middle school honored for innovative design.