The 40th annual Unconcert is Friday in the John Wayne Performing Arts Center. 7p.m.
the longest running annual tradition at Glendale High School.
This tradition began during the time forensics (the art or study of formal debate) was popular throughout Southern California. The first Oratorical was held on April 28, 1910 at the Harvard Street school site, which is now the location of the Glendale Public Library. Originally, each class decorated booths carrying out the theme of their speech. In 1923, tableau became part of the competition. Oratorical's four areas of class competitions: an original speech; a tableau carrying out the theme of the speech; the discipline of the Class while participating; and class spirit which includes two cheers and the song, "Glendale Boys."
A history in pictures
Oratorical images through the decades
Learn the song and yells:
The Three G's, The Power Yell, Glendale Boys
WASC Self-Study Report 2016
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The GHS Classes of 1966 and 1976 have just announced their reunions!
Save The Date!
Helping Your Child Navigate the Path to College
April 4, 2016 from 6:30 - 8 p.m. at GHS
Come spend a lively and informative evening learning everything you need to know about college planning. College Fit 360, an educational consulting firm specializing in guiding students and their families through the college application process, will be giving a presentation covering what you need to know about the college application process.
While the information presented will be especially relevant to our juniors, there will be essential information for freshman and sophomore families as well. When it comes to college, it’s never too early to start planning.
Downoad or view the info flyer
Pick up a copy of the student newspaper in room 6110 or read it here:
Page 1: News
Page 2: Opinion
Page 3: Entertainment
Page 4: Sports
See several performances from the Variety Show:
Beat Box Performance by Leon Nafea
"Torn" sung by Angelica Tatevosian
"Misirlou" by Macaulay Culkin
Glendale vs. Hoover Football Records
Click the links below for the following important information
GHS Family and Student Handbook
District Academic Honesty Policy (newly revised)
School Policy Information
GHS Parent Involvement Policy (Armenian and Spanish versions)
GUSD School Calendar 2015-2016
ASB Kit Prices
Here are the alpha center locations on campus:
Aa-Al, M, N, O, P, Q: Room 4113 (Bottom floor of Building 4, main parking lot side of the building)
Am-Az, B, C, D, E, F: Room 1106 (In administration building)
G, H, I, J, K, L: Room 2128 (First floor of Building 2 near clock and elevator in quad)
R - Z: Room 7111 (near football field and across from yearbook room)
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
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.
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