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Granada has a rich history of family and community!


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Be a part of Granada History!

Order your GHS commemorative brick today. Bricks are placed in Alumni Plaza.

Order HERE with a credit card OR

Click HERE to print form and return with check to Student Services.


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MEMORIAL DAY - No School Monday, May 29

Enjoy the 3 day weekend!


The Class of 2017 graduation information was sent via email to the families of our Senior students. Below is the information that was included in the email from Principal Daley.  Please click the links below for details:

If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Advincula in Student Services at 925-606-4800, ext. 3503.


Parents of New Students:

If you are moving to Livermore, or if your student currently attends a private school, charter school, or a school outside of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, and he/she would like to attend Granada High School next year, please click here to print and complete the 2017-2018 registration forms. (Versión española)  Bring the forms and all required documents to our office as soon as possible so your student can register for fall classes .   

Questions?  Please call (925) 606-4800 ask for Kelsey Foy or Jodi Robison.




Erika Yang is a junior at Granada High School whose innovation and excellence as a young scientist have earned her, and Livermore, international recognition.  After being the Grand Award Winner at this year’s Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair, and then earning 4th place in the Senior Division at the California State Science Fair 2017, Erika went on to compete at the 2017 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), which took place last week in Los Angeles.


Intel ISEF has been honoring young researchers since 1950. Created and run by Society for Science & the Public, it is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Now sponsored by Intel, ISEF this year brought together about 1700 students from 78 countries, regions and territories.


Erika’s project - Developing a Novel Flexible MoS2 Biosensor to Detect Lower-Concentrated Area of Biological Molecules at the Femtomolar Level - competing in the Material Science Category, was one of the winners of the Special Award given by Air Force Research Laboratory on behalf of the United States Air Force.


Erika’s work will contribute to medical research, as she has developed a methodology that has the potential to detect cancer at low concentrations at the earliest onset of the disease, which therefore has the capacity to remove the cancer and increase survival rates.


The Board of Trustees and our Superintendent, Dr. Kelly Bowers join me in congratulating Erika. We are very proud of Erika for her outstanding accomplishment and we are proud to be able to honor her today, on Livermorium Day.


Our own Miranda Heckman won the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in the 200 & 500 Free (setting a new state record in the 500)! Way to go Miranda!


Advanced Placement Digital Photography student Alyssa Tet won an honorable mention with a photo of her grandmother and her sister.

Julianna Van Fossen was voted the Peoples Favorite with her photo entitled Half Empty/Half Full. 


Diamond Wesley, a graduate of Granada High School, used one of her photographs from Digital Photography III class to win.


Congratulations to Nick McClendon, who beat out 90 other players at Northern California's Golf Championship to advance to the State Finals next week at Pebble Beach, California.  He shot a flawless round of 71 to take 4th overall.  He represented Granada well and will do so again next week among the top 54 golfers in the state.  That's correct...only 54 golfers in the whole state make it to this level.  Way to go Nick!!!


Our Orchestra's Spring Concert will be Tuesday, May 30th at 7pm at First Presbyterian Church in Livermore.  We look forward to seeing you there!




As graduation approaches, parties abound, as may the temptation to drink and drive.  Please click here to view After Thoughts, a student-made drunk driving awareness short film.  Be safe!


Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District Recruiting High School Student Aides Summer School 6/19/17 - 7/13/17


To Apply:

(a) Complete the High School Student Aide Summer School Application ( – click on the Job Vacancies link)

(b) Submit a copy of your current attendance record

(c) Submit a copy of your transcript

(d) Submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher or school principal/vice principal (Science applicants need a letter of recommendation specifically from a Science Teacher)


Applicants must be 14 years of age by June 12, 2017

Today: 5/29/17
All Day: No School-Memorial Day


Parents of incoming

The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District affirms its unwavering commitment to support all students. The District mission - Each student will graduate with the skills needed to contribute and thrive in a changing world - is a promise to each student in our District.


Read the affirmation, All Kids Are Our Kids: Affirmation of a Safe, Supportive, and Respectful School District  (Spanish version)


Read the FAQs about Equal Access and Student Safety  (Spanish version)


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