Announcements

  • Congratulations!

    Lucia Kezele was accepted to Oklahoma State! Great job!

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  • College Fair

    September 5th 2017 from 10:30 am to 11:15 am for Juniors and Seniors. Students must print the barcode and bring it to Ms. Martinez in the Counseling office so they can be listed and excused for 3rd hour. 

    http://www.gotocollegefairs.com/ 

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  • GHS Dress Code 2017-18 and Electronic Policy

    http://gph.gmcs.k12.nm.us/201718_dress_code

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  • Gallup Eurotrip!

    From June 5 through June 16 students, parents, family, and staff from Gallup High and Miyamura High toured Europe. London, Paris, Florence, Rome, Sorrento, and Capri were among the places visited. It was a great time!

    For picture, click on the link!

    http://gph.gmcs.k12.nm.us/europe_2017

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  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations to our track athletes that competed this weekend @ District in Bloomfield, especially Jessica Ramirez who is our district champion in the 1 & 2 mile, Zakarri Fields district champion in the 400, 3rd place in the Long Jump & Runner-up in the 200, & SheRae Fox 5th in the Long Jump. Jessica & Zakarri will join Steven Nez @ state this weekend in Albuquerque. Good luck to all!!!

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  • Congratulations!

    CONGRATULATIONS to the GHS MESA Robotics team (Marianne Lachica, Prina Patel, Christopher Mazon and Leslie Guerrero) for placing 7th and team (Dylan Silversmith, Dennis Tsosie and Macalister King) for placing 16th in the ROBORAVE International Robotics Competition on Saturday!

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  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations to Deedra Cadman and Nickolis Charlie for winning the Paul Hanson Scholarship! 

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  • NHS Induction

    http://gph.gmcs.k12.nm.us/nhs_induction

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  • Graduation

    Friday, May 12, 2017 at 6PM at the stadium. 

    Graduation Practice May 9, times TBA

    Last day for seniors is May 5. 

    Gallup High School
  • Seniors Last Day

    The last day for Seniors is May 5, 2017 for all high schools, regardless of graduation date.

    Gallup High School

Dress Code

GHS DRESS CODE

Tops-Polo/GHS Spirit Shirt

  1. Students may wear any color Polo EXCEPT Red/ Royal Blue Polo’s
  2. High School Spirit T-Shirts may be worn daily. Cut off sleeve shirts are prohibited.
  3. Note: no shirts of any other styles except those listed above are allowed, no skin should be shown
  4. For the safety of our students and staff no hoodies of any kind are allowed. Students may wear GHS sweaters or long sleeve shirts under their polo. Jackets red or blue are prohibited.

Pants

  1. Jeans black or blue and Khaki pants are the only pants permitted
  2. Sweat pants, camouflage, torn jeans, wind pants/warm ups, spandex, or leggings are prohibited.
  3. Must be worn at waist, FIT appropriately and be proper length. Belts should not be hanging from waist.
  4. Must be a style that is not saggy, baggy, or over-sized and cannot be worn low to show underwear.
  5. Must be clean and neat, without rips, tears, or holes.
  6. Shorts (with a minimum of a 4-inch inseam and a maximum of not more than two inches past the knee), Capri pants and skirts (hems no more than 4 inches above the knees) are acceptable in khaki tan and blue denim – camo is not allowed for shorts.

Hats

  1. Wearing of hats, beanies or any other head gear is prohibited in the school.

GHS Electronic Policy

  • Gallup High School will have a no cell phone ,headphones electronics policy implemented from 8:30 am -3:45 pm including passing periods with the exception of lunch.
  •  VIII. 12. 19 ELECTRONIC DEVICES The use of any and all electronic devices by Elementary and Secondary students during the school day, whether on-campus or during a school-sponsored event, is strictly prohibited. The “school day” shall mean the normal hours of operation of the school.
  • While Elementary and Secondary students are not prohibited from possessing Electronic Devices, unless otherwise prohibited by law or District policies, rules or procedures, the Electronic Devices must be turned “off” and stored in a student’s backpack, clothing, purse, locker, or vehicle.
  • This Policy does not apply to the sanctioned use of Electronic Devices by teachers, or students under the direct supervision of their teacher, for educational purposes.
  • This policy does not prohibit the use of electronic devices on school buses or extracurricular activity buses unless otherwise restricted by District staff responsible for the activity.