• 2018-19 Footnotes_ Andrew Zeller, Cameron Zeller, Dr. Evans, Iran Guerra, and Sepehr Lotfi

    2018-19 Footnotes_ Andrew Zeller, Cameron Zeller, Dr. Evans, Iran Guerra, and Sepehr Lotfi

  • 2018-19 Orchestra

    2018-19 Orchestra

In 1921-1922, Grossmont’s second school year, its first orchestra was offered as a school subject for only strings and wind instruments; 18 students were enrolled under Director Chesley Mills. During these early years, the orchestra played at graduations, was an integral part of the Christmas Pageants, and, of course, presented school concerts in the school auditorium.    Orchestra was the only instrumental music program available for students until marching band was offered in 1930.

Read more: March 2019-Orchestra

  • ASB President Kennedy Dirkes Presenting at YELL at GHS

    ASB President Kennedy Dirkes Presenting at YELL at GHS

  • Autumn Maas and Kamryn Correll at Facebook Headquarters

    Autumn Maas and Kamryn Correll at Facebook Headquarters

In the 2015-2016 school year, Grossmont High School began its PRIDE program, which is designed to teach students school-wide behavioral expectations through a reward program that reinforces positive behaviors. GHS PRIDE encourages students to be Prepared, Respectful, Involved, Disciplined, and Empathetic. For the past four years, the program has positively impacted the culture of the school. Since its inception, Foothiller staff and students have been searching for ways to complement and improve PRIDE.

Read more: February 2019 PRIDE Partnership with Yale and Facebook

  • Apollo 8 Earthrise
  • Anders' Earthrise Signed

The year 1968 was a torturous year for the United States: the Vietnam War was raging and dividing the country, the Civil Rights Movement was exploding, Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy were assassinated two months apart. The year had been so tumultuous that Time magazine pre-selected “The Dissenter” as their Man of the Year.  And then came the daring flight of Apollo 8.

Read more: December 2018: Historic "Earthrise" Photo Taken by Bill Anders on Apollo 8

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