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Welcome toGilbert High School

Welcome toGilbert High School

Picture Retake Day at high school Oct. 28

Lifetouch will be back at the high school on Friday, Oct. 28 for Picture Retake Day. Photos will be taken at 8 a.m. in the auditorium foyer.

New students or students who were absent during the original picture day should schedule a time for his or her picture to be taken.

Jostens Graduation Announcement, Class Ring, and Letter Jacket Presentation

Jostens will be at Gilbert High School on several dates in September to meet with seniors and sophomores. The schedule will be as follows:

Tuesday, Sept. 20

10:45 a.m. – All seniors will meet in the auditorium for the graduation announcement presentation.

11:10 a.m. – All sophomores will meet in the auditorium for the letter jacket and class ring presentation.

Thursday, Sept. 29

10:55 a.m. – 1 p.m. – Graduation announcement, letter jacket, and class ring order day in the lunchroom.

SENIORS, PLEASE NOTE: Mrs. Davis in the office will order all graduation caps, gowns, and tassels. Please see her if you have any questions.

To view the Gilbert page on Josten’s website, click  HERE.

Jostens Senior Challenge Leadership Conference

Jostens will be at Gilbert High School on Tuesday, Aug. 30, to host its Senior Challenge Leadership Conference for all seniors from 12:30-3 p.m. in the Auditorium.

For more information on the event, click HERE.

Welcome to Gilbert High School

At Gilbert High School, we are dedicated to supporting Every Student, Every Day. Our staff currently serves over 540 students in grades 9-12. Gilbert’s growing district seeks to offer outstanding programs and learning opportunities while maintaining a small-school culture. Modern facilities, a one-to-one laptop initiative, an emphasis on project-based learning and many school-sponsored clubs make GHS a great place to go to school. GHS was awarded the 2014 Blue Ribbon Schools Award by the United States Department of Education and received an exceptional rating on the new Iowa Report Card. Only 1% of high schools in Iowa received this high of a rating. At GHS, we believe focusing on Every Student, Every Day is the key to our success.

Cindy Bassett
High School Principal 

Mr. John Ronca
High School Assistant Principal

Mr. Ronca brings over 25 years of experience in high school administration. His emphasis on building relationships with students is a valuable asset to Gilbert High School, and an important part of our focus on Every Student, Every Day. Mr. Ronca’s expertise in creating and facilitating programs to address students’ needs at every level ensures GHS continues to meet and support students where they are.




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