We post information daily in the GHS student announcements about opportunities, deadlines, and college representatives visiting GHS.
College rep visits are at the end, if any are scheduled.
NACAC West Michigan National College Fair
Students and Parents:
The annual West Michigan National College Fair is Tuesday, March 27, at the DeVos Place Convention Center in Grand Rapids. This event will run from 8:30-11:30am and 6:00-8:00pm. This is a great opportunity for juniors and sophomores to have direct access to representatives from over 150 colleges in one place.
The 2019 Local Scholarship application window is now open and will remain open until March 4th at 2:35pm. Donor groups will review the applications, and seniors will get the big news on Scholarship Day! Click the link below for the online Local Scholarship Book. The book is also available to check-out in the Counseling Office during this time.
Thanks to all the Local Scholarship donors!
*Free Financial Aid Form (FAFSA):
Seniors who have not completed a FAFSA for 2017-18 yet, APPLY NOW!* If you apply after March 1st, you miss out on possible aid from the State of Michigan but do still apply.
Student Request for Recommendation Form:
Please fill out the form below when requesting a letter of recommendation from staff at GHS.
GHS Academic Programs
Since the State of Michigan now has mandatory statewide graduation requirements (Michigan Merit Curriculum), requirements depend on the student's year of graduation. All Michigan public high school students must now meet the new (and very strict!) state requirements to get a diploma. Starting with the class of 2016, two years of a foreign language are required for graduation.
(taking college classes for high school and college credit): Dual Enrollment is an option for juniors and seniors who have met test score requirements and are on track to graduate on time. There is more information on the Course Scheduling page and in your Academic Planning Guide. Students who are interested in Dual Enrollment for next year should plan to attend a meeting with MCC which will be announced soon. Sign up in the Counseling Office.
- Dual Enrollment on MCC web site.
Dual Enrollment guide and application information. A "must see" students considering taking MCC classes while at GHS.
- MCC Course Search
Students interested in Dual Enrollment should look at MCC offerings for classes that interest them. Make sure the first box says Fall, 2016 to get correct information. Pay attention to time and location, as students have to provide their own transportation to college classes.
- Steps to Dual Enrollment
Once a junior or senior has qualified to take Dual Enrollment (college) classes, these steps must be followed to enroll in classes at MCC.