shortcut to content

Gloversville High School

visit the Gloversville High Schoolbullet dividervisit the Gloversville Middle Schoolbullet dividervisit Boulevard Elementarybullet dividervisit Kingsborough Elementarybullet dividervisit McNab Elementarybullet dividervisit Meco Elementarybullet dividervisit Park Terrace Elementary
January 23, 2017

High School news headlines

Posted 1/6/17

Computer crimes investigator tells students to be careful when posting online

Inappropriate social media posts and photos can come back to haunt students even if they think their profiles are set to private and the messages are deleted, a state police investigator recently explained to Gloversville students.

read more


Posted 1/12/17

Free Throw Competition set for Jan. 29

Gloversville High School will host the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition at 3 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 29 for Gloversville boys and girls ages 9-14. The event is free. View the flier to learn how to sign up.  view flier

Posted 1/10/17

Revised January Regents Exam and Mid-Term schedule posted

Regents and Mid-Term exams will be given at Gloversville High School from Jan. 23 through Jan. 27. view schedule

GHS exterior

Posted 12/8/16

Regents review classes scheduled

Gloversville High School will hold a series of Regents review classes to help student prepare for the January 2017 Regents Exams. view a schedule of the classes

Posted 1/10/17

GHS students chosen for Saratoga art show

Six students from Jason Harrod and Kari Laubscher’s art classes have been selected to show their artwork at the annual All Stars Exhibition at the Saratoga Arts Center. read more

Posted 12/23/16

GHS seniors spread cheer throughout community

During the annual Project Santa, GHS seniors toured the city singing songs and bringing holiday cheer to elementary schools, nursing homes, the police and fire departments and more. see photos

Posted 12/19/16

GHS students write 1,000 holiday cards for service members overseas

Gloversville High School students this season have been writing greeting cards to help brighten the holidays for U.S. service members overseas. read more and see photo

Posted 12/20/16

2017-18 Program of Studies available

Planning for the 2017-18 school year will begin when students return from the holiday break. The Program of Studies is available to help planning for the upcoming school year. Scheduling will begin the second week of January and will go through the second week of February. view 2017-18 Program of Studies