Welcome to Greenwood High School!



The mission of Greenwood Community High School is continuously to improve the system of teaching and learning that results in increased achievement in all students.

Registration for the CURRENT School Year (2020-2021) is open. Please register at this link if you plan to start before the end of the school year.

Registration for NEXT school year (2021-2022) is now open!  Click here for returning and new student registration instructions.

Out of District Transfers now being accepted for 2021-22

2021 Fast Track Registration
Use this link to register for our 2021 program. This program provides free school supplies for qualified families. Letters were sent to all qualified families corporation wide. Last day to register is Friday, May 28, 2021.

Congratulations to Annie Peters for being the PATINS Project's 2nd Starfish Award Recipient for the 2019-2020 school year!  Watch "A Driving Force for Student Access" video here.

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Book Rental/Food Service Payments
We have a new payment system this year.  To put money on your child's lunch account or to pay book rental, go to http://ezschoolpay.com to set up your account with the help of these instructions.

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Summer School

GHS plans to offer summer school for students who failed at least one semester in an English course, Algebra I and Geometry as long as enough students sign up.  A few additional notes:

*Classes will run from June 1st through June 26th and they will be offered in two hour blocks (8-10 am and 10-12 pm).  Please note that June 1st is a Tuesday and June 26th is a Saturday.
*Students are allowed a maximum of 2 absences (of any type).  Any additional absences will result in removal from Summer School.
*There is no Distance Learning Summer School.
*Students can make up one semester or two semesters of English.
*Students can only make up one semester of math.
*Bus transportation is available upon request (form linked at the bottom).  However, breakfast and lunch will not be served.
*Credit recovery labs may be an option if a student’s failing percent is high enough.

Please complete the linked form to take advantage of this opportunity to catch up on credits and to become enrolled for summer school.

Please contact Lisa Laug at 317-889-4000 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions or concerns.
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GHS Prom Photo Order Form
Prom - Formal Pictures
Here is the order form for GHS Prom portraits to be taken Friday night. Students can pay on-site, but students / parents can prepay by following online ordering instructions, too.

I am posting this on the school's website blog, sending it to all parents who have emails in PowerSchool, and posting it in the Class of 2021 Canvas page. Order forms will be available at the Prom, too.

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Important Information
GHS families:Good morning. Yesterday was a busy day for GHS as we communicated lots of new information to students and parents. Here is a quick review, and some clarifications, on what was presented yesterday. Online option for 2021-22. If you would like more information on the GHS online option for the 2021-22 school year, please review the information shared on our website at http://www.gws.k12.in.us/greenwood-high-school. Information is listed on the right hand side of the website.  PowerHour. GHS will return to a PowerHour bell schedule beginning tomorrow, Thursday, April 8th. Students are aware of the expectations of maintaining this schedule. Prom. The following announcement was made this morning regarding prom. Prom is being held Friday, April 23 from 7:30 - 11:00 p.m. at The Sycamore at Mallow Run. Prom is open to all GHS seniors and juniors. Sophomores as dates only might be eligible if spots allow. Tickets will ONLY be sold to SENIORS tomorrow and Friday during lunch. Seniors may put a junior or sophomore guest name on a waitlist; however, seniors may only purchase 1 ticket for themselves this week. If spots remain, these juniors and ...
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