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Gallup High School Vision Statement -

“To build a professional community of life-long learners prepared to meet the challenges of the future.”

Gallup High School Mission Statement -

“Our mission at Gallup High School is to develop students’ academic potential in order for them to become responsible citizens capable of functioning successfully in a global society.”


From the Principal
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Euro Trip Packet

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Farewell and Good Luck to the GHS Administrators!


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AP Lit&Comp Summer Assignment


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District Attendance Policy
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Electronic Device Policy During Testing

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Important Notice for All GHS Students
Below is the 2013-14 school year Dress Code Policy


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Graduation Requirements
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Graduation and Course Offering Requirements.pdf
Common Core Standards
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Common Core standards.zip
Course Descriptions for the 2013-2014 School Year
CourseDescriptions2013-2014.docx
Information Needed to Register at Gallup High School


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National Standardized Test Prep Resources
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Parent Involvement Goal

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CHARACTER COUNTS

Gallup High School is a proud member and promoter of Character Counts
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Official ACT Question of the Day

English Test 2 Question 5 - Read Full Article

Choose the best alternative for the underlined part 5. A. NO CHANGE B. time like C. time in which D. time, which is like

Life After High School

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