Welcome Class of 2020!
The first day of school is Monday, August 8, 2016

Program Pick Up Dates:
Your child is strongly encouraged to attend Program Pick Up. If they do not attend, he or she will not be able to pick up their schedule, change classes, or get textbooks until the first week of school; which will waste valuable class time.

D
uring Program Pick Up students will also have an opportunity to purchase an ASB card, Yearbook, Binder Reminder and P.E. clothes. Please refer to the GHS Survival Kits page for a complete price list that best meets your needs. Students will also check out their textbooks from the GHS Library.

Note: All 9th graders will receive the binder reminder for FREE when they attend orientation and program pick-up on the assigned dates below. The start of Program Pick up will be located in the GHS Student Cafeteria.


Tuesday, July 26
12th Grade Students: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
11th Grade Students: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, July 27
10th Grade Students: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Thursday, July 28
9th Grade Students with last names A-L only: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Orientation with Nitro Crew & Program Pick up

Friday, July 29
9th Grade Students with last names M-Z only: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Orientation with Nitro Crew & Program Pick up


Parent and Student Info:
School Policies 2016-2017
Program Pick-Up Info
Bell Schedules and Dates To Remember 2016-2017
Counselors Update
Survival Kit Prices (ASB Card, Yearbook, etc.)
Parent Involvement Policy 2016-2017

Senior Portraits
Class of 2017: make an appointment to have your senior portrait taken at White's Studios in North Hollywood. The sitting fee is $25 plus tax.
Book your appointment on-line
Senior portrait frequently asked questions


Final 2016 Transcripts
Transcripts have finished the final process and are being sent out now. Class of 2016 grads: you may order your FINAL transcript for College at any time at the Records Office or Front Lobby. A parent needs to sign the form if you are under 18. Transcripts are $3 each.
Transcript order form

Glendale High School
Mission, Vision, Instructional Focus and Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

Mission:
We are a community of learners dedicated to excellence.

Vision:
Glendale High School provides an environment:
• That promotes success in meeting or exceeding the standards.
• That coordinates efforts to support individuals not yet meeting standards.
• Where dignity and respect are demonstrated in every interaction.
• That values learning above all else.


Instructional Focus:
All Glendale High School students will demonstrate Communication, Collaboration, Critical-thinking and Creativity in a CCSS-aligned learning environment.

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs):
Glendale High School will prepare our students to be:
• Critical Thinkers
• Self-Guided Achievers
• Quality Producers
• Collaborative Workers
• Involved Citizens
• Adaptable Problem Solvers


Read the GHS Self-Study Report 2016

Blast From The Past
Members of the 2009 GHS varsity football team DANCE to Beyonce's "Single Ladies" at the Variety Show. This clip went viral and a portion of it was shown on ABC's "Good Morning America"!
Watch it now


Pat Navolanic
Donate To The PNMA
You can help keep our half-century-old GHS scholarship tradition going strong. Click here to donate to the Pat Navolanic Memorial Award fund on-line now.

​STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION (Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973): The District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, actual or perceived sexual orientation, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability. The District will take steps to assure that the lack of English will not be a barrier to admission and participation in district programs. Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of nondiscrimination should be directed to Mr. Travis Collier. A copy of the District's Uniform Complaint Policy is available by calling (818) 241-3111. The District's Title IX Coordinator is Dr. Maria Gandera, (818) 241-3111. The District's 504 Coordinator is Dr. Amy Lambert, (818) 241-3111.

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Parents/Guardians:
Clear Your Student's Absence


Student Store link
Credit cards are now accepted in the student store!


Glendale High School
1440 E. Broadway
Glendale CA 91205-1503
818-242-3161 (voice)
818-244-6309 (FAX)


CAMPUS PHONE DIRECTORY

Phone List
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Gold Ribbon Award
Glendale High School is a proud recipient of the Gold Ribbon Award.


Zangle Parent Connection
Enjoy viewing your student's information. Please feel free to communicate with teachers and staff through the email links throughout this application. Click here to go to the Parent Connection log-in page

GHS Categorical Office
2015-2016 School Profile
Graduation Requirements (A-G)
GHS Elective Course List
Honors/Advanced Placement Classes
Single Plan For Student Achievement (SPSA)
Parent Involvement Policy 2016-2017
ELAC 2015-2016
GHS Title I 2015 Report

John Wayne Performing Arts Center

JWPAC info and photos


Middle School Parents and Students:
Click here for information about getting involved at Glendale High School, joining a sport at GHS, and planning your 9th grade year
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GHS TIP LINE

Help us keep GHS a safe place.
If you have any information regarding crimes (theft, graffiti, etc.) or other concerns, you can anonymously report it to the GHS Tip Line. Call 1-818-242-3161 ext. 8477 and leave a message.


OFFICIAL SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER
(senior and underclassman portraits)
White's Studios
4924 Lankershim Bl.
North Hollywood CA 91601
818-752-7780
http://www.whites-studios.com/


FUTURE NITROS
Wilson Middle School
Roosevelt Middle School


SCHOOL DISTRICT

Glendale Unified School District

 


Glendale High School is always in need of additional funding for its many activities, academic programs, and sports. If you'd like to make a contribution, please send a check payable to Glendale High School to:
Glendale High School
Attn: ASB School Contributions
1440 East Broadway
Glendale, CA 91205

If you'd like to specify a program to receive your funds (your favorite sport, Marching Band, Choir, Dance/Drill, Cheerleading, Drama, Yearbook & Newspaper, Senior Class Activities, Pat Navolanic Memorial Award, etc.), please indicate this in the memo section of your check. Thank you for your support.

2016 Glendale High School