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  • 9th Grade Academy Vision and Mission

    In a partnership with parents, students, teachers, and community members, the GCHS Ninth Grade Academy will create experiences that encourage the student to take responsibility for their own education, thus improving overall student achievement and developing the character needed to be successful in the classroom and beyond.


    The GCHS Ninth Grade Academy will provide a positive learning environment in which students are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful tenure at GCHS as well as empowering them for the challenges of the global society of the future.



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  • Students of the Month - OctoberStudents of the Month - October

    Adrienne Webster A'nasia Monfort Joe Johnson Sameya Young

  • First 9 weeks Academic AchieversFirst 9 weeks Academic Achievers
    The following students took care of business and were named our academic achievers for the first 9 week grading period:

    J. Adams G. Armstrong D. Ashley T. Bowen T. Carithers M. Cunningham J. Dominguez J. Escutia J. Fleming

    T. Formosa C. Goss P. Greene S. Hall R. Ingram C. Kelly S. Lankford D. Gomez J. Mallory

    K. Maxwell C. Merritt J. Mitchell E. Moreno J. Porter L. Rowland T. Shelnutt O. Sotelo A. Stovall

    J. Tucker M. Wyatt D. Avila B. Bernal W. Herrington J. Johnson T. Lawrence E. Lhowe A. Lindley

    M. Mallory Q. McCommons A. Monford K. reid T. Rowland A. Webster O. Wilder


    The Following students excelled with 90 or above in all of their classes:

    D. Arwood A. Garcie-Carmona K. Magee D. Ruiz-Meza J. Smith K. Smith S. Young


  • 9th Grade Academic Achievers

    Greene County High School 9th Grade Academy News

    The GCHS Ninth Grade Academy is proud to announce our academic achievers for the first term 4 ½ weeks grading period.  The GCHS Ninth Grade Academy encourages students to strive to be the best they can be and the students listed below passed all of their courses for the first 4½ weeks.


    J. Adams, G. Armstrong, D. Avila, T. Bowen, T. Carither, M. Cunningham, G. Eberhart, T. Evans, C. Goss,  P. Greene, S. Hall, W. Herrington, El. Hutchinson, R. Ingram,  T. Jones, C. Kelly, T. Lawrence, T. Lewis,      A. Lindley, D. Long, D. Lucio-Gomez, J. Mallory, M. Mallory, M. Mapp, C. Merritt, E. Moreno-Raudelas,   C. Morreira, A. Newberry, C. Norman, J. Norman, W. Rhodes, J. Robbins, O. Sotelo, A. Stovall, J. Tucker, L. Williams, A. Woodruff


    The following students passed all of their courses with an average of 80 or above in all classes:


    B. Bernal, A. Ashley, J. Fleming, A. Garcia-Carmona, A. Gomez-Salva,  J. Johnson, S. Lankford, E. Lhowe,  K. Maxwell, J. Porter, K. Reid, T. Rowland, K. Smith, A. Webster, O. Wilder


    Our “Exceeding” students that passed all of their courses with no average below a 90 include:


    D. Arwood, K. Magee, A. Monford, D. Ruiz-Meza, J. Smith, S. Young




  • 9th Grade Academy Field Trip9th Grade Academy Field Trip

    The 9th grade attended a presentation at Rock Eagle on September 23.  Oconee Performing Arts Society (OPAS) sponsored Mr. Joe Castillo and his amazing "sand story-telling" presentation.  Joe Castillo was a runner up on the national television show "America's Got Talent" and he has performed for Pope Francis during his 2015 visit to the United States. Our students were enthralled with Mr. Castillo's message and his ever-changing artwork.








The mission of Greene County High School is to provide all students with a quality education that supports success in an ever-changing world.

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