Principal's Welcome

Go Greyhounds!

Greyhound Families,

It’s hard to believe it’s already time for Senior Honors, AP Testing, Prom, and Graduation! In these coming weeks, it is imperative that students continue to put forth their best effort in all of their classes to ensure they successfully earn their credits. There are many concerts, athletic events, awards ceremonies, and other celebrations coming up. Please join us as often as you can to celebrate the awesome work that our students have done this school year.

Please remember that fees must be paid for students to purchase prom tickets or to participate in Graduation. Prom is at Villa Milano on Friday, May 10, from 8-11pm. Students are reminded to exhibit appropriate behavior throughout Prom so that everyone has an enjoyable evening.

This year, graduation is June 1, at 6pm, at the Celeste Center at the Ohio State Fairgrounds. The graduation advisors, Mrs. Sayre and Ms. Beebe, and I have visited all senior English classes to share expectations and processes with graduation so that all students understand the importance of this event. Students are reminded to follow all rules around graduation (listed on Page 13-14). Doors will lock at 6:10 pm so please make sure to be on time to graduation.

In discussions with teachers this spring, the concept of progress comes up and a common thread is how much progress students have made this year. As students reflect on the year we’ve had, it is always great to review the progress they’ve made both in and out of school to celebrate how far they’ve come. The end of the year is also a great time to set goals for next year, whether they will be at GCHS, or whether they will have moved on to the next step in their lives.

Thank you for all you do for your student and for Grove City High School. Let’s have a great end to the school year, and congratulations to the Class of 2019!

With Greyhound Pride,

Bryan O’Shea