Class 3A State Champions 2013
Class 3A State Champions 2014
mission of Greensburg Community High School is to prepare
students for success within an academically challenging
environment using evidence-based curriculum and instruction.
The 2013-2014 yearbooks are in!
You can pick up your book
before school, after school, or during lunch at the south
concession stand. If you did not order a book
but would like to purchase one, see Mrs. DuBois in
room 516. Books are $55. Hurry, there is a very limited
supply of extra books.
now pre-order your 2014-2015 yearbook. The early order
discount price of $45 is only available until December 22nd.
See Mrs. DuBois in room 516 for an order form.
Greensburg High School students are eligible to attend
career and technical classes at the C4 Columbus Area Career
Connection located in Columbus. There are programs
available in: Agriculture, Business and Finance,
Communications, Computers, Construction, Engineering,
Health, Human Services, Law Enforcement, and Transportation.
GCHS is ranked 26th in the state
at Greensburg Community High School is 657.
GCHS is looking forward to the 21st century with a vision of an evolving
curriculum and instructional model that will provide the education
opportunities and challenges needed to prepare all our students to excel
in whatever field of endeavor they choose. The climate of the school is
to be student-centered in the decision making process and is to be one
that fosters collegiality, student/teacher rapport, parental and
community involvement. Students graduating from Greensburg Community
High School will understand the necessity to be a life-long learner.
They will possess skills needed to communicate effectively and the
technological skills needed to enhance their lives. Greensburg Community
High School will be accountable to society by introducing the students
to the necessities of good citizenship and volunteerism required for a
We are a
high school accredited by the Indiana Department of Education
and the North Central Association of College and Schools. Our
structural format is grades nine through twelve. The curriculum
is comprehensive, including both technical vocation and college
preparation that includes advanced placement classes. The
average enrollment is 700 with a teaching faculty of forty-three
allowing us a teacher/student ratio of 1:16. Fifty percent of
our graduates go on to college. The school is technologically
coming of age. The library functions as a source of information
through both the written word and technology. Students have
access to a variety of differing types of computers and
The students have many ways by which they can become involved in
their school. In athletics we offer seventeen varsity and
sixteen reserve sport teams. Over the last six years, we have
been represented by either teams or individuals, in the state
finals in five of the varsity level sports. In conjunction with
the Indiana High School Athletic Association, we host five
sectionals and one regional athletic contest.
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