Greenville Senior High School
A Great Place for Students to Learn and Teachers to Teach
Menu Icon Greenville High School
Green Wave
Message from Principal, Stan Hughes
Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year
Dear Students and Parents: The start of the 2021-2022 school year will be here soon and we hope that your family has enjoyed the summer months. The Greenville High School (GHS) staff is excited to welcome our students back to school. We are prepared to challenge our students and provide opportunities for students to be successful both during high school and beyond.

We are fortunate that our excellent schools are a reflection of our excellent community and amazing families. We live in a community of strong family values and the importance of education is discussed at home and at school. We honor and recognize our traditions, yet we are always planning for the future. Our students understand right from wrong and are taught by both parents and teachers to make good decisions; when we make mistakes, we learn from them. Our students and staff understand the value of, and are expected to demonstrate, mutual respect. We care about each other and we want to see each student reach their full potential. Our families, students, and teachers have high academic and behavioral expectations of one another. We will continue to raise our expectations and ensure that we provide the best educational experience possible with the resources we have available. These characteristics cannot be found in all schools or in all communities, but these are the “little things” that make GHS a special place. As we approach the 2021-2022 school year please make note of a few important items: School starts at 7:45a.m. and releases at 2:40p.m.  If your student is unable to attend, please call as soon as you can in the morning. You must report your student absent.  You are encouraged to check out the grades of your student on Progress Book. If you have a question, please contact the teacher. Your participation is a critical part to the success of our student(s).

As an administrator of GHS, I feel fortunate to work in a community with so many amazing students, families, and staff. We wish for our students, parents, and staff to have a rewarding 2021-2022 school year. If you have questions, concerns, or positive information to share please contact the high school office. Please call 937-548-4188 or email me at [email protected] Go Wave!
 
Mr. Stan Hughes, Principal 


 
 
 


 

 
 
 
School News

DARKE COUNTY SCIENCE DAY

Science Fair is back at GHS for the 2021-2022 school year! Mr. Koenig is looking for students interested in completing independent research to present at this year's Darke County Science Day on February 24, 2022. Prizes and scholarships await for those that excel! Registration is FREE and available to students from grades 5 - 12 and can be completed at the following website. Darke County Science Day Registration.  If interested, or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Koenig in room 182 for details or e-mail Mr. Koenig at [email protected]
More +

Emergency School Closure Safety Plan

More +

NEW REPORT CARD INFORMATION

More +

Highly Qualified Teachers

More +

Attendance

If your child is sick ...
More +

Letter from Mr. Fries

Coronavirus Info  More +
Summer School
Need Your Transcript?

Greenville Senior High School has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely. This link will open a new browser.
Order Credentials from Parchment

 
Upcoming Events
Oct
25
Oct
29

End of 1st Quarter

Fri Oct 29 2021
Nov
18

Board of Education Meeting

Thu Nov 18 2021
Nov
24

No School - Conference Day

Wed Nov 24 2021
Nov
25
Events Calendar
clickable calendar
October 2021
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
262728293012
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31123456
©2021 Greenville City Schools
Phone: 937-548-3185
Fax: 937-548-6943
School CMS created by eSchoolView
Green Head
Wayne Health
Premier Health

back to top ↑

Greenville City Schools
Phone: 937-548-3185
Fax: 937-548-6943

Call 937-548-3185