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Thursday, January 17th

Semester Exams- 
1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th period
Early Release 1:30pm

Friday, January 18th
Semester Exams-
2nd, 6th, 8th, 9th period
Girls and Boys Basketball
@ Lone Oak 4:30pm

Monday, January 21st
No School- MLK Holiday
Boys Soccer @ Palestine 6pm

Tuesday, January 22nd
No School- Students
Staff Development
Boys Soccer Here @ 6pm
Girls and Boys Basketball
Here @ 4pm

Friday, January 25th
Girls and Boys Soccer
@ Sunnyvale 5:30pm

Saturday, January 26th
Powerlifting @ Quitman 8:30am
Debate @ Palestine
Winterguard Competition

Tuesday, January 29th
Kiss The Bulldog Pep Rally 1:15pm
Girls and Boys Basketball 
@ Edgewood 4pm

Wednesday, January 30th
Girls and Boys Soccer @
New Summerfield Tournament

Friday, February 1st
Boys Soccer Here @ 6pm
Girls and Boys Basketball
Here @ 4pm

Saturday, February 2nd
Softball @ Athens 10am
Fishing @ Lake Bob Sandlin
UIL Ensemble @ West Garland HS










































High School Graduation Requirements
Planning for College
The College Board
TJC Scholarships
TJC is proud to serve the east Texas area by providing access to a quality higher education. 

Each year TJC is proud to award $4 million in annual scholarships and we want to ensure that students get the chance to apply. 

The scholarship application is available at www.tjc.edu/scholarships. Students should apply today to ensure top consideration.
TJC PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP





House Bill 5 Grades
Requirements/Freshman Orientation
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A Message From Our Principal

Welcome to Grand Saline High School!  The 2018-2019 school year is upon us, and I’m looking forward to building on our successes of the 2017-2018 school year.  Grand Saline High School is a small, 3A school located about 60 miles east of Dallas. The faculty and staff at GSHS are committed to providing an academic atmosphere enabling students to recognize and desire excellence.

The Indian Spirit is something that has been passed down through generations of students that came before you.  This tradition is built on pride, honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, and work ethic.  Our goal of this campus being “exemplary” begins with you! Each of you will build relationships throughout the year that will last a lifetime.  Cherish these moments as you are living in the greatest years of your life.  Make the most of them! My personal challenge to you this school year is to live our school pledge daily.  "I pledge allegiance to Grand Saline High School and to the foundation for which it stands, one student body, guided by the principles of discipline, compassion, kindness, and academic excellence.” Each activity that you pursue this year is an opportunity to represent not only yourself, but your family, school, and community.  Remember who you are, where you come from, and what you represent. Best wishes for a successful school year and Go Indians!


Ricky LaPrade, Principal


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