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 2201 S. I-35 Gainesville, TX 76240
 Telephone:  (940) 665-5528 Fax: 940-612-2795
 School Hours:  8:20AM - 3:55PM
Principal:  Melissa Hutchison
Assistant Principal:  Angela Kilcrease
Assistant Principal:  Phil Nash 

  • Debate & Speech Earn Medals

    On Saturday, October 15, 2016 the Leopard Speech and Debate team traveled to Melissa High School to compete in the Cardinal Autumn Classic Tournament. It was an excellent day for the teams as 5 out of the 8 competitors placed in their respective events. Varsity CX team Radhika Bhakta and Jenny Liu took 1st place, Novice CX team Jack Broyles and Dillon Edingon took 4th, and Novice LD debater Tucker Craft took 1st place.

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  • GHS Drama Presents Dracula

    GHS Leopard Drama invites you to our 2016 fall production of Steven Dietz's Dracula. Performances on Oct 27 & 29 and Nov 3 & 5 all at 7:30pm. Tickets will go on sale Oct 10-find a Leopard drama member, purchase at the door, or reserve your tickets with Ms. Sims.(click headline to read more)

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  • GHS Redcoat Band Competes in Aubrey

    The GHS Redcoat Marching band peformed in the first contest of the season on Saturday, October 1 at Aubrey High School. The band showed tremendous improvement, ranking higher than previous years at the same contest. Drum Major Jake Rhodes was ranked 2nd overall out of 18 drum majors and drum major staffs. The Redcoat band will compete two more times in preparation for the October 22 UIL Region Marching Contest. If advancement is accomplished, they will move on to the Area contest on October 29.

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  • Seniors Participate in Leadership Gainesville

    On Wednesday, four Gainesville High School Seniors participated in the first Leadership Gainesville class of the year, along with 13 other community members. Gabby Brasher, Mary Gerken, Jenny Liu, and Alfredo Moreno, along with the rest of the group, heard from Mayor Jim Goldsworthy, City Manager Barry Sullivan, Community Services & Public Services Directors, toured the wastewater treatment plant, public safety center, and the Frank Buck Zoo.

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  • NCTC Offers Free Adult Literacy Classes

    Due to the demand for continuation of the adult literacy program at GISD and desire to keep the service local, Edison Principal Pablo De Santiago reached out to North Central Texas College Gainesville campus to continue the program for Fall 2016. NCTC accepted the challenge to offer these classes for free to Cooke county residents and have opened up two class sessions for this fall semester.

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  • GISD Meets State Accountability Standard

    GISD is able to report that each campus within the district has achieved Met Standard, the highest rating schools can earn on the state’s accountability system, and the district as a whole exceeded targets in all four indexes. Congratulations to the students, teachers, and parents on a successful year at GISD!

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  • GHS Students Complete GEAR Internship Program

    Gainesville High School students completed the Summer GEAR internship program, earning more than $30,000 in college scholarships. Five GHS students completed the program and were honored by Select and GISD at a scholarship ceremony on August 10.

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  • Teachers of the Year Attend Region 11 Celebration

    GISD Teachers of the Year Bonnie Rucker and Randy Firth attended the Region 11 Teacher of the Year Celebration. Bonnie Rucker was the GISD Elementary Teacher of the Year and Randy Firth was the GISD Secondary Teacher of the Year.

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