100 years of Pride
Grantsville High School has been the center of the community since it was opened one hundred years ago in 1914. Grantsville High School was recognized in the most recent Utah State Legislative session for its 100 year anniversary. The school was given a certificate that honors all of the students, administrators, faculty, and staff both past and present and commended GHS for its high graduation rate, many state championships, and helping thousands of students achieve character and competence for life-time achievement. Click here to view the award.
In conjunction with the recognition for the 100 year celebration a collection of "fun facts" was put together. Click here to see them.
GHS has a new website
The new Grantsville High School Website is in open beta testing. The site is still under development and new sections are being finished daily. If you or your organization would like to have your information updated please contact Mr. Hansen at email@example.com Check out the What's New section on the right hand navigation bar to see what we've recently added.
News and Important Info
Centenial Tree Planting Ceremony
On Friday, April 25, 2014 a tree will be planted in commemoration of Arbor Day and the 100th year of the school. A brief ceremony will be held at 2:00pm in front of the school. Students, parents, and the general public are invited to attend.
Parents - Win $50 dollars
Click Here to learn how you can win a $50 gift card by helping the Counseling Center for a just a few short minutes.
GHS CITIZENSHIP GRADE POLICY
Starting 3rd term this year: GHS Citizenship grades will be given out according to district policy. Read the full policy here
GHS ATTENDANCE POLICY
Attendance is required at Grantsville High School. All absences must be cleared through the attendance office at (435) 884-4500 ex 3105. Any absences not excused by parent or doctors note will be considered unexcused. Grantsville High School will follow Tooele County School District’s Attendance Policy regarding truancy...read more