Who We Are
Bears & Noble
National Honor Society
Ready, Set, Teach!
SkillsUSA - Graphic Design & Illustration
GHS JV Cheer
GHS Varsity Cheerleaders
GHS Career and Technology Education
Celebrating Texas Public Schools Competition/Scholarship
Cherokee County Electric Cooperative Association
Dallas Scottish Rite Library & Museum
Deep East Texas A&M Mother's Club
Dixie Youth Baseball
East Texas Antique Tractor & Engine Club
East Texas Communities Foundation
East Texas Professional Credit Union
East Texas Yamboree
Etex Telephone Cooperative
GHS Generic Scholarship
Greater Longview Soccer Association
Hood Famliy Foundation
Imagine America (Trade School Scholarships)
Kilgore College Scholarship
Kilgore College Dual Credit Scholarship
Longview/Gregg County Retired Teachers Association
North & East Texas Press Association
Region 7 Association of Educational Office Personnel
Right to Life
Sparkling Ice Flavorful Features
Texas Telephone Association Foundation
Upshur Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation
Women in Longview
2018 Campus Accountability Summary
GHS School Report Card 2017-18
2017-18 Federal Report Card (GHS)
2016-17 Federal Report Card (GHS)
2016-17 Campus Improvement Plan
2015-16 Texas Academic Performance Report
Bully Busters Information
T.A.F.E. (Texas Association of Future Educators)
T.A.F.E. (Texas Association of Future Educators) is a statewide organization that offers students the opportunity to explore the teaching profession. We accomplish this by creating and exploring various activities, workshops, contests, scholarships, and summer camps.
The organization was created in 1984 by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals so that the best high school students in Texas would have the following opportunities:
To learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, responsibilities, and its important role in our democracy.
To explore their interests and abilities in relation to the various fields of teaching.
To cultivate the qualities of character, service, and leadership which are essential in good teachers.
To learn how and where teachers receive their training, the cost, scholarships available, number of years required, certification requirements, and standards.
To study the lives and influence of great teachers.
CONNECT WITH US
Gladewater High School
2201 W. Gay Avenue | Gladewater, TX 75647
Phone: 903-845-5591 | Fax: 903-845-3694
- Gladewater Independent School District