Welcome to our school
"Helping Students Achieve Their Dreams", Galesburg High School is a four-year high school with an enrollment just over 1,300 serving the the students of District 205. GHS offers a diverse curriculum, taught on the block schedule, inlcuding both honors classes and vocational classes offered by an area vocational center headquartered in the building. GHS also offers its students many opportunities to participate in activities, ranging from athletics and music to drama and Scholastic Bowl.
Work continues on GHS campus
Follow the progress on Galesburg High School's new stadium and multi-purpose building with a live video feed. Work on the campus improvements is scheduled to be completed in August of 2014. Simply click onto "Under Construction" logo and see it live!
Term One Honor Roll released
Congratulations to the students who made the Galesburg High School Term One Honor Roll. Click on the this lik to view the Honor Roll.
Illinois Senate school funding bill #16 discussed
How does Illinois Senate Bill 16 address school funding? Superintendent Bart Arthur explains the merits of the bill in a letter to parents.
Check out the Galesburg C.U.S.D. #205 Chromebook agreement
Here is a copy of the Galesburg Community School District #205 Chromebook agreement.
District 205 is living the
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Mid-Term & Term dates revised
With GHS' late start, the first mid-term and term dates have been revised to reflect a change in the academic calendar. The projected mid-term date will be Friday, October 3rd and the end of the term will likely be Thursday, October 30th. Exams will be scheduled Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 29 & 30.
2014-15 activity calendars going on sale
The GHS Student Council will be selling their 2014-15 activities calendars for $5.00 beginning on August 11th - the date of Freshmen Orientation.
GHS Activites List
18 music students selected for District
On Saturday, October 4th, music students from Galesburg High School auditioned for the Illinois Music Educators Association District Honor Band, Jazz Band and Choir. There were eighteen students selected to participate in the District Festivals. They will be performing in festivals in Dunlap and Rock Island in November. The students who were selected for choir were Ellaina Devena, Graham Holmes, Catherine Johnson, Baron Lam, Emilio Moreno, Joey Mudd, Brandon Rodriguez, Cierra Stanley, Thomas Triplett, Michael Velasquez, Brian Wells and Maria Wollin. Justin Niles was selected for Jazz Band. Milan Blissett, Zach Gregory, Kelsey Lamb, Sara Murphy and Jordan Shroyer were selected for Concert Band.
The home for up-to-the-date information on Silver Streaks athletics has moved to Athletics 2000. The website will be directly integrated with the Athletic Department's scheduling program.