In October 2008, a dream was realized with the Grand Opening of the GHS Museum on the Grossmont campus. Prior to its opening, Connie Baer, Class of 1965, and Lynn Baer, Class of 1969, spent 18 months, organizing and creating the Museum displays.
During the school year, the ninth grade English classes visit the Museum as part of our efforts to share our wonderful 99-year old history with them. We are open each Wednesday at lunch for the students to explore our amazing traditions.
Open to the public the first Wednesday of each month and by appointment on other Wednesdays, the Museum welcomes alumni and the community to share their memories of Grossmont High, as we discover all that we have in common.
The GHS Museum and Alumni Association need your support to continue our efforts to celebrate, preserve, and display our remarkable Foothiller history.
Browse the 99th Anniversary Program
to see the 2019 Donors.
Browse the 98th Anniversary Program
to see the 2018 Donors.
Browse the 97th Anniversary Program
to see the 2017 Donors.
Browse the 96th Anniversary Program
to see the 2016 Donors.
Foothillers have so much to celebrate! For memorabilia donors, please visit our Donors Page.
We know you are as eager as we are for this historic moment. We hope that a celebration will be held in 2021. Stay tuned for more information.
Please help us fund our newest history photo book written by La Mesa historian Jim Newland, author of four local history books.
Since there is a recommended limit of 10 people for gatherings in San Diego County, it is impossible to plan a fall gathering to celebrate our 100th Anniversary. All fall sports are delayed until December and learning will be online indefinitely. The celebration planned for October 16th and 17th has been postponed until 2021 and until it is safe for the Foothiller community to gather.
The 1950 Dance Room/Girls Rec Room will be getting new paint and finishes, and security added before our move. However, we need your help to change a 3300 square foot empty room and hallway into the new GHS Museum.