Learning

George Washington High School is focused around innovative learning that ranges from direct instruction to online learning to project based learning. With a school capacity of 200, class sizes are small, which provides teachers the opportunity to work with each student individually to create a more deliberate and specific plan for the student’s learning outcome, graduation and future goals beyond graduation. GWHS teachers and administration challenge their students to ARISE, which is creating an environment where they take accountability for their actions, respect others and themselves, stay involved in the community, promote safety and strive for excellence.

Key Elements for Success: Structured environment that promotes individual needs. Project Based Learning with hands-on projects to enhance skills. Six mini-terms per school year to measure progress and show achievement. Partnerships with local community organizations such as United Way to provide support and education to students with special circumstances. After school athletic programs offered each month to enhance students outdoor activities.


Registration 2017/2018

SIS/Aspire Online Registration

    • To register your student online, please click here and complete the process.
    • Para registrar a su estudiante en linea, favor the click aqui y terminar el proceso.

To register your student at school, please print out and complete the following forms and return them to school.


Para inscribir a su estudiante en la escuela, por favor imprima y complete los siguientes formularios y devuélvalos a la escuela.

90 Ninety 1+ Club

At George Washington we understand that in order to graduate from High School,
you need to attended. We have put together a program that may help
motivate you on those days you may not want to come to school.

90 Ninety 1+ Club is here to help! If you are at school 90% of the time,
on time to class 90% of the time and earn 1.25 credits for the term, you will
qualify to go on a field trip. This is our way of saying thanks to you for making the
effort to come to school and work toward your success and graduation.

Field Trips include: Movies at Sundance Film Festival,
Hansen Planetarium, Nickelcade,
Hogle Zoo and GET AIR Trampoline Park

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