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Gallup High School Vision Statement

"Every student a graduate; every graduate a scholar."

Gallup High School Mission Statement

"Ensuring an excellent education for every student through a positive attitude, acceptance of change, and service to others."


Monday, September 7
Labor Day
Wednesday, September 9
NHS Blood Drive
Faculty Meeting
7:50 AM - 8:25 AM
7:50 AM in the library

2015 GHS Freshman Orientation Pictures Read more...

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notice of Release of Information

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Gallup Eurotrip Pictures
GHS and MHS students in Ireland, Wales, England, and France! June 2015!
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2015-16 Dress Code and Tardy Policies
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The Bengal Bulletin/Library Newsletter


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District Attendance Policy
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Electronic Device Policy During Testing

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GHS Daily Announcements Read more...

2014-15 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
Information Needed to Register at Gallup High School


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National Standardized Test Prep Resources
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Buy a Yearbook

Parent Involvement Goal

GHS Parent Involvement Goal Read more...

Official ACT Question of the Day

Reading Test 2 Question 10 - Read Full Article

As it is used in line 33, the word cumbrous most nearly means: F. comfortable. G. untruthful. H. mistaken. J. burdensome.

Life After High School

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