• 2018 Ryan Wilcox Family and Scholarship Recipients
  • 2018 Foundation Scholarship Recipients

The GHS Educational Foundation is the only support group on campus that raises money and provides volunteer support for programs, supplies, and other needs that benefit all Grossmont students and staff. The Foundation’s motto is “Take Your Memories, Leave Your Footprints” with footprints being its logo. The money is raised by the Foundation through memberships and donations as well as annual interest from the GHS Endowment Fund.

Read more: August 2018 The GHS Educational Foundation's Impact

  • 2018 Daisy Chain
  • 2018 Graduation

For 97 years, Grossmont High School’s students and staff have taken great pride in the traditions surrounding graduation. Thursday, June 7th, 503 seniors became part of an amazing group, more than 36,600 Foothiller graduates.

Read more: July 2018 Graduation

  • 1963 - Sandra Conner Nichols and Gilda
  • 2018 - GHS Australian Students Visit SD Zoo

Not all international students who visit Grossmont stay for the entire school year.  Historically, Foothillers have also hosted students who visit for shorter periods of time.

In October 1963, a program that fostered international understanding was “Operation Amigo”, which was sponsored by the San Diego Union.  Spanish teacher Bob Miller, who was “interested in improving Latin America’s image of the United States”, made the transportation arrangements and traveled with the students from Mexico City to San Diego.  30 students arrived at Lindbergh Field from Costa Rica and Peru to “cheers and waves of Grossmont High band, Caperettes, and official greeters.  Banners in Spanish welcomed the visitors who were to stay for two weeks.”

Read more: April 2018 Shorter Visits by International Students

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