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    Teacher of the Year
    Congratulations!

    GHS’s Sonic Boom Show Choir placed 3rd in the Novice Mixed Division at the Burbank Blast. The group also took home the award for Best Show! There are 16 students in Sonic Boom and they competed against groups of 40+ students. Sonic Boom then competed at the Los Alamitos Xtravaganza and won third place and Best Show AGAIN! You can check out our award-winning choir at the AUSD District Choral Festival held at Azusa High on March 22 at 7pm. Come check them out!

    Sonic Boom

    APU BOUND!
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    Christopher Diaz and Iris Loaiza, have been admitted to the School of Nursing at Azusa Pacific University.

    Both to the Fall Cohort!  Congratulations!!

    Congratulations Classified Employee of the Year Adriana Kirchfeld
    Employee of the year

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    EARLY RELEASE DATES FOR 2018-19

    August 22                                          January 16, 30

    September 12, 26                            February 6, 27

    October 10, 24                                 March 13

    November 7, 28                               April 17

    December 12, 19, 20                       May 1, 22

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    School Spirit
    School Spirit

    Wednesday 3/27 SAT School Day

    Students need to arrive and check in to assigned rooms at 7:45; Bring School ID; bring calculators.

    Girls Got Game
    Girls Got Game

    On March 5th, twenty-two Gladstone High School female student-athletes attended the 5th Annual Foothill Citrus Athletic Director's Association Women in Sports Conference, held at University of La Verne. The conference theme was "Girls Got Game" and was attended by approximately 750 female student athletes from the surrounding area high schools. The conference highlights included several top female student-athlete speakers, including Team USA Softball member, Sahvannah Jaquish. The day also included a tour of the University of La Verne.

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    Speech Contest
    Students dressed in formal wear
    Speech Contest

    Each year, Azusa Unified Management Association hosts a speech contest. This year's theme centered around leadership and making the little things count. GHS had 4 participants: Eduardo Lopez, Paul Torres, Ayerim Borja, Isbela Iribe. Ayerim placed 3rd and Eduardo placed 2nd. Great job Glads!

    Darlene Gonzalez
    Darlene Gonzalez
    Carlos Enis
    Carlos Enis
    Student of the Month

    Carlos Enis and Darlene Gonzalez were selected as Covina Lions Club Student of the Month. Both have excelled academically and have served their schools and communities through various clubs and service opportunities. Carlos has plans to be in the Marine Reserves for a year and then attend UNLV and Darlene plans to major in Business at Mt. Sac, Citrus or UC Santa Cruz. Congrats to these two!

    GHS Parent of the Year Mayra Martinez
    Congratulations!

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    ATTENDANCE UPDATE

    All Students: Please be aware if you are absent from school or a class, you have only 5 days to clear that absence in the Attendance Office. Phone calls go home every day if you have been absent. This time line is per district policy.

    Please be prepared to show your identification when picking up your child from school. Our goal is to ensure the safety of all students and their families.

    Congratulations Gladiators

    Congrats - US News   World Report


    Gladstone High was awarded a Silver Medal in the US News and World Report list of America's Best High Schools.

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    Click for J. Garcia Photo Studio gallery of GHS at Smugmug. 

    Many of the photos are provided by J. Garcia Photo Studio. Others are provided by the yearbook class. If the picture was taken by J. Garcia Photography, it is possible to order them.

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