Welcome to Adobe GoLive 6
Welcome to Adobe GoLive 6
If you wish to add your student to our waiting list please call our office at 348-7060 ex 6701.
|MGHS MISSION STATMENT|
MT. GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
ALL STUDENTS WILL BE PROVIDED OPPORTUNITIES TO REACH THEIR POTENTIAL FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AND SOCIAL GROWTH.
Mt. Graham High School recognizes that each student is unique and has individual needs. MGHS provides an education for:
• Students Identified as Dropouts
• Students in Poor Academic Standing who are either behind on Academic Credits or have demonstrated a pattern of failing grades.
• Pregnant and Parenting students
• Adjudicated Youth
We believe that the most important aspect of the teaching/learning process is a caring and empathetic teacher. This is achieved by providing personalized education, and at the same time, facilitating common learning experiences. It is the students’ responsibility to accept this opportunity to reach their full potential.
|Spirit week October 2nd through 4th|
Monday, October 2 Pajama Day
Wear school appropriate pajamas
Tuesday, October 3 Sports Day
Wear any jersey or shirt for any team or sport
Wednesday, October 4 Cowboy Day
Wear Western-style clothing, boots
No School October 5th & 6th|
Fair Day Weekend
Classes are held Tuesday nights from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. First day accepting enrollments is August 22nd, 2017. To enroll simply come in on a Tuesday evening between the hours of 5:30p.m.-7:30p.m.
A change in our rules has forced us to only accept those adults who are at least 21 years of age. NO EXCEPTIONS.
$100 due before you can start attending your class.
TOPS Students Make 118 Beanies For Christmas|
Our Mt. Graham High School Tops club has decided to reach out to our community this year. Using hand looms the students made 77 beanies for the residents of Sunset Nursing Home. They also helped to decorate the facility, wrapped all of the gifts and made Christmas cards to brighten the residents’ days. In addition to the adult ones made for the nursing home, the students also made 41 infant sized beanies that they donated to Mt. Graham Regional Medical Center. New mothers were able to select one of the small beanies to take home for their new infants. Earlier this year the students also helped the residents of Sunset Nursing Home celebrate Halloween by face painting and passing out candy. Way to go guys, we are so very proud of the good works you are doing!
|Crisis Response Team Available|
Click here to be redirected to the Safford Schools Crisis Response Team Site.