Gladstone District News

Help the GHS Adopt-a-Family project
Gladstone High is partnering with Gladstone Fire, Kiwanis, and Rotary to make the holidays brighter for 12 families in our community. And you can help.

Donations of food and toys can be dropped off at the blue donation barrels located around town, including the Gladstone Public Library, Happy’s Bar and Grill, Crossroads Cafe, Vogies, Hamilton Appliance, Bound to Happen, and the Gladstone Senior Center
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Gladstone High School celebrates Veterans
We are proud to share this video performance honoring our veterans. It features performances by GHS choirs and bands. We look forward to the day when we can again welcome Veterans into our school for this special event. https://youtu.be/_mxx1Gpr40Y
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Gladstone graduation rate again hits historic high
Gladstone High School’s Class of 2020 had a district graduation rate of over 92.81%. The rate, a historic high, is more than 10% above the state average and 14% higher than it was six years ago.

“All of our staff continues to work tirelessly to develop and maintain a positive and supportive educational environment for our students that leads to success,” said Gladstone High School Principal Kevin Taylor. “We have great students who value their education and work hard to meet standards and expectations. We have also initiated support and credit recovery programs to ensure students have every opportunity to graduate on time.”