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Working and Supporting Education
Working and Supporting Education
Teachers at GECHS support education!
EXAM SCHEDULE & REGULAR SCHOOL DAY MAY 16th
EXAM SCHEDULE & REGULAR SCHOOL DAY MAY 16th
ENGLISH EXAMS: Friday- May 11th
HISTORY & CHEMISTRY EXAMS: Monday- May 14th
MATH EXAMS: Tuesday- May 15th
SCIENCE EXAMS: Wednesday- May 16th
MAKE UP EXAMS: May 17th and May 18th
GECHS GRADUATION
GECHS GRADUATION
Join us at Vance Granville Civic Center to celebrate our 2018 GECHS graduates. Graduation will begin promptly at 7 p.m.
Students Succeed After Graduation
Students Succeed After Graduation
Students Succeed After Graduation- Students pinned today as CNAs
Parent Teacher Conferences 3/15 from 4-6pm
Parent Teacher Conferences 3/15 from 4-6pm
Parent Teacher Conferences -3/15 from 4pm-6pm
Commitment Night Rescheduled to March 19th at 6pm
Commitment Night Rescheduled to March 19th at 6pm
Commitment Night Rescheduled to March 19th at 6pm
GECHS MLK Essay Competition Winners
GECHS MLK Essay Competition Winners
1st place- Sarah Elliot
2nd place- Alliah Lester
3rd place- Crystal Clayton
Military Bound
Military Bound
Cameron is military bound.
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Please Read- Grades 10-13
Please Read- Grades 10-13
This year all students will be required to attend meeting to update students on academic policies, procedures and GECHS discipline expectations. Students will not be able to recieve college books until they have attended one of these meetings. The meeting are scheduled for Thursday, July 28 from 4:30 PM - 5 PM or 5 PM - 5:30 PM during open house. Students can also attend Monday August 1, from 9AM - 9:30 AM. Please plan to attend one of these scheduled meeting times, it is important that we review policies and procedures with you.
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PLEASE REGISTER!! SCORE HIGHER ON THE ACT!

about 1 year ago

Hello Students,

Method Test Prep's ACT Week has begun!

Register below for our ACT classes – live and online. Can’t attend a session? Register and a recorded version will be emailed to you.

No matter your strengths and weaknesses, we have something for everyone!


ACT English Class: Monday, February 2, 2015 8:00 PM EST

Take this class and score higher on the ACT English Section. 

Learn all the grammar rules that the ACT consistently tests on.

Register Now



ACT Math Class: : Tuesday, February 3, 2015 8:00 PM EST

Take this class and score higher on the ACT Math Section.

Learn some of the most important math strategies on the ACT.

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ACT Reading Class: Wednesday, February 4, 2015 8:00 PM EST

Take this class and score higher on the ACT Reading Section.

Learn all the tips and tricks to avoid common errors.

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ACT Science Class: Thursday, February 5, 2015 8:00 PM EST

Take this class and score higher on the ACT Science Section.

This section is one of the most misunderstood sections of the ACT. Learn what they actually test you on.

Register Now



About The Instructors

All of MTP’s instructors are extensively trained with the SAT/ACT and take the tests regularly. Most work hundreds of hours per year with students to prepare for the SAT/ACT. They have graduated from top universities and are passionate about teaching.


Spread the word about our amazing ACT Week classes: January 29th to February 5th

Method Test Prep wants to help as many students and parents get off on the right foot with their ACT test preparation. You can let students and parents know about ACT Week by promoting ACT Week on your website, blog, or social sharing network.

The Elves Have Arrived!
 The Elves Have Arrived!
Today students and faculty dressed up as Elves. GECHS collected non-perishable goods for a local food bank.

Early College Students Volunteering

about 1 year ago

 Early College Chemistry Students volunteering at the American Chemistry Society Booth at Fiesta Del Pueblo Sunday 21 Sept.   

Adam Hernandez and Connor Mendenhall setting up an experiment to show the properties of dry ice.
Amari Hobgood and Jade Russell are helping children make butterflies which demonstrated dye migration  on filter paper.

Sam Meixner (not in chemistry this year) fascinated spectators by showing dry ice bubbling gas in water.  

Sarah Meixner engaging kids with her demonstration of sublimation.    


Sarah Meixner and Sam Meixner    Jade Russell, Connor Mendenhall, Adam Hernandez 



Amari Hobgood


Granville Early College HS Graduation 2016

Congratulations Gracie, Nya, and Laniya!

about 1 year ago

High School - Grade Level 9-12



 


1st Place Haley Tuck - 10th grader from Webb HLS (center)
2nd Place Hunter Boykin -  12th grader from SGITL (left)
3rd Place Gracie Garnica - 9th grader from Gran Early Coll HS (right)



Honorable Mention:

Collin Finch 12th grader from SGITL

Nya Allen 10th grader from Gran Early Coll HS

Laniya Rogers 10th grader from Gran Early Coll HS 

American Chemical Society Booth

about 1 year ago

American Chemical Society Booth

Granville Early College High School's students participated in the American Chemical Society Booth at La Fiesta del Pueblo September 27.  As part of outreach to promote STEM education, colorful chemistry demonstrations were run during the festival.  The picture is GECHS student Erin Batten-Hicks using red-cabbage extract that dramatically changes color when mixed with household vinegar, baking soda and dish detergent. Other demonstrations were bubble generation using dry ice, identification of liquids using density and making butterfly models for younger children.



 

  • Mrs.Warehime's Class Creates Museum Exhibits
    Students in Mrs. Warehime’s English II class created museum exhibits that included ethnographic research from the novel Things Fall Apart. Students explored the classroom museum and learned about Ibo religion, language, traditions, crime, and gender roles. We hope you enjoy some pictures from the exhibition day.
  • Who says college isn't fun?
    Door Decoration Contest Pictures

    1st place Santa's Workshop

    2nd Place 12 Days of Christmas

    3rd Place Gingerbread House

Holiday Spirit Week

about 1 year ago

Granville Early College is having a "Holiday Spirit Week" December 7-11.
Each day will feature a different theme with an opportunity to give to those 
less fortunate.



Monday, December 7th:  "Santa's Helpers"  Dress like an elf and bring food 
for a local food pantry

Tuesday, December 8th:  "The Island of Misfit Toys"  Dress like a favorite 
childhood toy and bring a new, unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots

Wednesday, December 9th:  "Whoville"  Dress like a Who from the story of the 
Grinch and bring a handmade ornament for our Christmas tree

Thursday, December 10th:  "Ugly Christmas Sweater"  Wear your "tackiest,"
"ugliest" Christmas sweater/shirt and bring hats, gloves, scarves, coats, 
etc. to be donated to the homeless

Friday, December 11th:  "The Great Gift Exchange"  Dress in red and/or green 
and bring a wrapped, gender-neutral gift (preferably from the Dollar Tree, 
but definitely less than $5) to the office. On your way out at the end of 
the day, if you brought a gift, you will pick up a gift in the office.



The students that show the MOST Holiday Spirit by participating every day 
will have their names entered in a drawing for a Holiday gift basket to be 
awarded on Monday, December 14th. Our staff is also encouraged to 
participate in this special week of giving.

 




Day of Caring

about 1 year ago

GECHS would like to extend a BIG thank you to CareFusion. We love the beautiful flowers!