Welcome to the Grambling High School and Alumni Site

We hope this is the place you come to gather and to link various school and alumni related information.

About GHS:

Grambling High School LogoGrambling State University Laboratory High School’s philosophy is two-fold. The school’s duties extend beyond that of developing an educated citizenry, a purpose common to all high schools, to that of assisting Grambling State University in its endeavor to develop proficiency in teaching through pre-service training. In addition, the school’s philosophy is to facilitate educational research and experimentation.

Beliefs:

  • All students can learn.
  • A positive school environment engenders students’ academic success and personal development.
  • Teachers, staff, administrators, parents, students, and the community share in the responsibility for fulfilling the school’s mission.
  • Clear goals and high expectations for student achievement guide the development of the curriculum and the design of instructional strategies and learning opportunities.
  • Assessments of student learning should provide students with a variety of opportunities to demonstrate their achievement of the expectations for their learning.
  • Students need to be actively involved in solving problems and producing quality work.
  • Students learn in different ways and should be provided with a variety of instructional approaches to support their learning.

Vision

The vision of the Grambling State University (GSU) Laboratory Schools is to achieve national recognition in the promotion of academic, artistic, and athletic excellence.

Mission:

The mission of the Grambling State University (GSU) Laboratory Schools is to provide a quality education incorporating critical thinking skills, problems solving skills, and technological skills so that our students may live independent and successful lives in a global society.

Motto:

Truth, Honor, Loyalty

Verse 1

O'er the hills your sons and daughters
Stretching far and near,
To execute your fine endeavor
And hold your honor dear.

Verse 2

All the days we've been together,
Fondly we recall
Days of fair and stormy weather,
Thou has gladdened all.

Chorus

Alma Mater,
Alma Mater,
Tender, fair, and true,
Grambling High with love overflowing
We owe our all to you.

CLUB/ORGANIZATION

SPONSOR

4-H Club

Barbara Gaulden

Biology Club

Barbara Gaulden

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Leon Thomas

Student Council

 

Science Club

Barbara Gaulden

Future Teachers of America (FTA)

Melanie Colvin

National Honor Society

Lillie Brown

Science Olympiad

Lillie Brown

Foreign Language

Rosie Marks

Drama Club

Ms. Melanie Colvin

 Cheerleaders

Ms. Queen Lawhorne

Dynamic DuMaine

Ms. Queen Lawhorne

  • English - 4 units:  English I, English II, English III, English IV
  • Mathematics - 3 units:  Algebra I, Algebra II or Geometry, Advanced Mathematics, Consumer Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, or Calculus
  • Science - 3 units:  Physical Science, Biology, Environmental Science, Chemistry, or Physics
  • Social Studies - 3 units:  Free Enterprise, Civics, American History, World Geography
  • Health/Physical Education - 2 1/2 units:  Health, Physical Education I, Physical Education II
  • Computer Applications or Computer Science - 1/2 units
  • Electives (Courses Not Required) - 7 units

TOTAL UNITS FOR GRADUATION:  23 Units

LEAP 21 or GEE 21 testing is administered to high school students in the state of Louisiana, and a passing score is required to graduate.  The examination consists of the following components: English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.  Retest administrations are offered twice a year for eleventh graders and three times a year for twelfth graders.  No fee is required.

Grading Scale

95 - 100

A

85 - 94

B

75 - 84

C

69 - 74

D

0 - 68

F

PROMOTION BASED ON CARNEGIE UNITS

FRESHMAN

0 - 4 units

SOPHOMORE

5 - 9 units

JUNIOR

10 - 15 units

SENIOR

16 + units

 

 

NAME

TITLE

Sandra M. Boston

Principal

Queen Lawhorne

Administrative Assistant

Lillie Brown

Science Department

Bettina Collins

Business Department

Melanie Colvin

English/Head Softball Coach

Ruby Kelly

English

Daisy Fielding- Walters

Art Department

Barbara Gaulden

Science Department

TBA

Physical Education/Head Football

Cecil Gray

Athletic Director/Transportation

Rosie Marks

Foreign Language

Billy Norman

Head Baseball Coach/ Assistant Football Coach

Arthur Simpson

Music/Band Director

Patricia Garrison

Math

Eugene Taylor

Math

Tiffany Bates

Counselor

 

GHS News

Miss GHS will be crowned October 10.

GHS Homecoming game is October 12 verses Arcadia.

Check out this site for Grambling High School sporting news and photos: MaxPreps.com

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Homecoming Concert!

Grambling High "Old School" Alumni Concert - featuring Soul Pride, Leech and the Gang, and Polo
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Saturday, Oct 20, 2012
8-11:30pm (DJ 8-9pm)
GHS Gym - $10 entry

We are proudly honoring Ms. Thelma Williams, Coach Ray Earl Bratton, Ms. Queen Lawnhorne and Mrs. Aleane Hayes. Please leave your notes of gratitude using this on-line form.
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In Memoriam