LATEST GOPHER NATION NEWS! 5.22
MOBILE STUDENT HEALTH CLINIC!
The Student Health Clinic is an on-campus mobile medical facility at Gresham High School. We help students stay healthy by providing an array of free services, such as: Routine physicals and sports exams, Treatment of minor injuries/illnesses, Diagnosis and treatment of acute & chronic illnesses, Immunizations and Reproductive health services.
Please read the latest letter that contains important dates and information for the Gresham High School senior class of 2023
TWELFTH NIGHT: A GRESHAM HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA PRODUCTION
Click the link for information of showtimes and ticket purchasing options! Opening night will be May 11th.
GRESHAM AREA YOUTH ART CONTEST
Are you interested in art? There will be a Gresham Area Youth Art Contest and you're invited to participate! Thanks to Castle Arts, we have lots of art supplies to reward as prizes, plus winners will get the chance to display and sell their artwork at the Gresham Arts Festival!
FAMILY TAX RESOURCE: METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES
MFS provides free, high-quality tax preparation by IRS-certified volunteers to families and individuals earning under $60,000 a year.
College Possible is a non profit organization dedicated to making college possible for students from low-income backgrounds through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support.
GOING TO A GRESHAM SPORTING EVENT? GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!
Gresham sporting events have gone digital. Click here for digital tickets brought to you by 'Hometown Ticketing'
Gresham High School student and teacher selected as 2023 Bezos
Leadership program helps students design and implement community change projects
Sam Barlow High School (SBHS) marketing students’ event showcases students’ talents
BRUINexpo shines spotlight on skills students gain from Career Technical Education (CTE) and the arts
Deep Creek-Damascus K-8 students present a wallet made of bio-material to Northwest Science Expo
Students use alternative ways to create material using organic substances in textiles and materials STEAM course
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Erika Beddoe Whitlock
On behalf of all the staff at Gresham High School, I want to welcome you and your student(s) to the 2022-2023 school year! I enjoyed serving the GHS community as an Assistant Principal last year and am invigorated by the energy of GHS students and families and the rich and diverse cultures each student brings through our doors everyday. I am humbled to be serving this year as the GHS Interim Principal and am optimistic about our school-family partnership moving forward.
As we embark on the journey of this upcoming school year, it is important for us to think about where we have been and where we are headed. The past few years in education have reminded us that we must continue to adapt and learn in order to best serve students and families in the Gresham community. It has brought into focus that maintaining the traditions that are good for all students, while embracing change and improvement, is critical to helping our students thrive. We have learned to more willingly give and receive patience and grace. And, most of all, we have reinvigorated ourselves with the knowledge that our students, who are our future leaders and community members, are resilient and amazing!
The GHS mission is to be a community of lifelong learners empowered by academic excellence, inquiry, and discovery, which will lead them to positively contribute and facilitate future opportunities in both the local and global society. This mission embodies who we are and who we strive to be for our students.
I am so proud to be a part of Gopher Nation! The GHS community is richly diverse and dedicated to ensuring every student feels valued and has a sense of belonging. I am excited to see our students soon and look forward to meeting and hearing from each of you throughout the coming school year!
-Erika Beddoe Whitlock (She/her/hers, Ms. Whitlock), Interim Principal