Every ten years high schools across the country go through an evaluation process based upon NEASC standards. Staff, students, parents, and community members all have an opportunity to be part of this evaluation process. GHS appreciates your involvement. Gorham High School will be visited from October 19 - 22 by a team of teachers and administrators. Click here to learn more!
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Gorham High School - Mission Statement
The mission of Gorham High School is to provide a variety of educational opportunities in a safe, positive environment. Our aim is that each graduate thinks critically and creatively, communicates effectively, reads and listens for understanding, solves problems, acts as a responsible citizen and aspires to and realizes individual goals.
Class of 2015 Yearbook Deadlines
Friday October 3, 2014 Is the deadline for Senior Pictures and write-ups.
This picture should be of HIGH quality and at least 300 dpi. Pictures can be either black and white or color and your face must be at least ¾ inch high. It doesn’t need to be a professional photo, some of the best pictures can be those taken by friends and family. Please try to submit a picture that is of 3x5, 4x6, or 5x7 aspect ratio. (Landscape pictures do not fit well in the yearbook format.)
Write-ups are also due by 10-3-12. They should be no more than 720 characters long. Please do not exceed the limit or your write-up will be cut. Do not eliminate spaces between words, if you do, spaces will be added for readability and your write-up may need to be cut short. Remember to keep your write-up content appropriate for school publication (no references to drugs, alcohol, illegal behavior).
Please put senior picture and write-up in the subject line. (Do not send emailed pictures or write-ups to any other email address.)
Our preference is for emailed pictures and write-ups but if that is not possible you may hand in your hard copy pictures and/or write-up to: Mrs. A-W in room B-126
* Please note: All senior write-ups and pictures will be available to review before being sent for publication. This will be done through advisories. Please make an effort to review your material to ensure its accuracy.
Ram Pride Shines
The Gorham High School community (Students, Faculty, and Others) gathered in the Gym at 6:00 this morning to take on the food school spirit challenge. The school spirit challenge is a friendly competition between schools to show school pride and spirit, all while helping the community. The program is designed to promote the community and good stewardship with students of high schools in Central and Southern Maine through an ongoing food drive to benefit the Good Shepherd Food Bank. The event was amazing and we had a great turn out. Our community also brought in a ton of food, ALL of which will be delivered to the Gorham Food Pantry on Monday. A Very BIG Thank You to all of those that donated.
6000 lbs and counting Food donations were delivered yesterday to the Gorham Food Pantry. Volunteers gathered to sort and organize the donations. We want to thank ALL of those that have already donated and remind everyone that the spirit challenge is a friendly competition between schools to show school pride and spirit, all while helping the community. We are collecting non perishable food items until October 31st ALL donations can be dropped off at Gorham High School. HELP GHS Win the school spirit by donating to a great cause and helping your neighbors! Special THANKS to the Gorham Fire department. They sent over volunteers that helped to get the 6000 lbs of food from the parking lot into the pantry!
Check out video clips of the Food challenge event on WGME
And the FOOD!