Goshen High School contact information

Robert McKiernan
Principal, grades 9-12

222 Scotchtown Ave.
Goshen, NY 10924
(845) 615-6100

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Today's announcements

 

  Tuesday,  May 23, 2017                                                                       Today is a "D" Day

 


                                             GOSHEN HIGH SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

SAFE HOMES 6th Annual Summer Youth Leadership Academy! Orange County Youth grades 9-12 are invited to attend Safe Homes’ 6th annual Summer Youth Leadership Academy! Interested students are encouraged to complete the attached application (see below announcements) and return it to Safe Homes Youth Educators. This year's Academy will be held in two locations, Newburgh and Port Jervis. Applications will be reviewed until July 1st..

 


SPRING SPIRIT WEEK:

 

Friday-Formal Friday.

 

Who has the most spirit???

 

 

MUSIC AUDITIONS: Auditions for Jazz Voices, Varsity Choir and Women’s Choir will be held Wednesday, May 24th from 2:45pm-5 pm in the chorus room. You do not need to prepare or be in choir this year to audition for next year’s select groups. Any questions or conflicts with the date, please see Mrs. Scully. Come and bring a friend-see what singing with one of these great choirs is all about!

 

 

 

AP EXAMS:  Parent Permission Form 2017 AP Exam Early Leave are available in the Main Office. 

 


LIBRARY: Please return overdue Library books ASAP!

 

 

 

REMINDER: ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A PASS TO LEAVE THEIR CLASSROOM. NO EXCEPTIONS!

 

 

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Congratulations Madison Karpoff

 

 

 


Class Advisors:              Class of 2017 - Ms. Barquero & Ms. Woelfel

                                        Class of 2018 - Mrs. Baker & Mrs. Panzer

                                        Class of 2019 - Ms. Gonzalez & Ms. Delehanty

                                        Class of 2020 - Ms. Bellotto & Ms. Lobdell


STUDENT GOVERNMENT:   

 

 
SENIORS:

 


Don't forget to buy your All Night Party tickets. See Ms. Paneto in room 115 periods 8, 9 and 10. ASAP!!!

 

SENIORS: Send your digital photos of you and your friends for the Senior Slide Presentation. Send them to Mrs. Panzer ASAP at marie.panzer@gcsny.org

 

 

Prom tickets will go on sale on Monday during lunches. Tickets will be $100 for seniors and $110 for non-senior guests. Tickets will be on sale through May 6, 2017. Don't forget if you have a guest who does not come to this school you will need to fill out a Student Guest Approval Form and have it approved by the principal prior to purchasing your tickets.


Please see Ms. Barquero today to check your name that will go on your diploma.
See Ms. Barquero or Ms. Woelfel with any questions.

JUNIORS:


JUNIORS: If you would like to be a Junior Class Marshall, leading the Seniors at Class Day and Graduation, sign up for this honor in the Main Office. Senior Class Advisors will then vote for one male and one female from the names on the list.

 

SOPHOMORES:


 


FRESHMEN:

 
    

   

NURSE:

 

 


GUIDANCE:

 


GUIDANCE: Coast Guard recruiter will be in the lobby on Wednesday, May 31st during lunch periods.

 

 

Cambridge Immerse 2017: An unparalleled educational experience in July / August 2017


Cambridge Immerse is a two week residential educational experience taking place in beautiful colleges of Cambridge University. The program is carefully designed to provide secondary school students aged 15-18 to gain an unrivalled insight into what it’s like to study up two chosen disciplines at university-level. Courses include Architecture, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Economics, Engineering, English Literature, History, International Relations, Law, Mathematics, Medicine, Philosophy and Physics.

Tutorials and seminars are taught by expert tutors from Cambridge University and Oxford University in an optimal learning environment that stimulates academic enquiry; yet the carefully planned schedule ensures that the program not only meets the academic needs of the participants, but also provides a unique insight into the university city through an abundance of activities.

Tutorials provide participants with an in-depth understanding of a wide range of topics and students share and develop more informed and engaging responses to key debates within each discipline. This is complemented by a range of expert workshops, including our University Application Preparation workshops. Students emerge more confident and ready to articulate what they have learnt, with knowledge of their chosen fields that provides unparalleled academic insights – and, of course, many unforgettable memories along the way.

We pride ourselves on providing unique experiences of leadership and academic excellence through a program for participants that instills confidence and passion for learning using deliberately small class sizes with supportive and highly qualified tutors. Cambridge Immerse provides a unique balance of a fun and brilliant immersive experience, and one that is academically rigorous.

To find out more & to apply

Students aged 15 - 18 are welcome to reserve their place online, choosing up to two subjects from a total of 15 subjects to explore during the program.

Further information on the program is available to view at https://www.cambridgeimmerse.com

PDF prospectus is available at https://www.cambridgeimmerse.com/Prospectus2017.pdf

If you are interested in enrolling, visit our website, or if you require further information please don't hesitate to email enquiries@cambridgeimmerse.com

 


COLLEGE VISITS:




SPORTS:

 

BOYS GOLF: Congratulations to Justin Pucci on placing 3rd in the OCIAA Golf Championships yesterday.

 

 


Clubs:


HOPE PROJECT: Meeting Thursday, May 25th 10th period in Mrs. Shaffer’s Office.

 

 

GHS THEATRE CLUB: Trip to ‘Phantom of the Opera’ are sold out. You must return your permission slips to Mr. P. Look for information for the next trip ‘Wicked’

 

NHS CANDIDATES:  5/25 at 2:15 pm in the Auditorium. Any one interested in joining NHS should attend.


UKULEL CLUB: Meets Tuesdays in Room A111. New members are always welcome.

 

GAY PRIDE DAY: Celebrate with us June 1st. Enjoy the day with us! Show your pride!


FUNDRAISER:

  

 

 

 

 

Remember only 10 class days to go! Cut off for handing in science labs is May 26th. Check with your teachers to make sure you have nothing outstanding! Remember, procrastination causes stress!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 


Reminder to all faculty, staff and students:

 

Everyone must sign out and in at the back desk if you are using

the back door to enter or leave. Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

 












































 





















































 




















































 




























 

































 

 









































 




































 

























 























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