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Granada Family

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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Monday, May 28

Enjoy  Memorial Day Weekend

Classes resume on Tuesday, May 29 at 8:00am 



Parents of New Students:

If your student(s) is not currently enrolled in a Livermore District School and you would like your student to attend Granada High School next year, please click here to print and complete the 2018-2019 registration forms. (Versión española)  Bring the forms and all required documents to our office as soon as possible.  

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



Please see signup sheet for a list of parent volunteer opportunities to work at our grad night party.  We are also seeking assistance from the Junior, Sophomore and Freshman class for many shifts so that our Senior families can enjoy all of the graduation festivities.  This is a great opportunity to see first hand what is involved in pulling something of this magnitude off....class of 2019 is next!  And to also pay it forward.  Thanks for your support!


Summer is quickly approaching and there are many local companies who are looking for student employees, volunteers and interns! Click here for more information about local job opportunities and here for information about local volunteer and internship opportunities. 


Please help us in extending our congratulations to the 2018 GHS Olympian finalists:  Nicole Bartels, Samantha Anderson, Ashley Cole, John Bennett, Mark Silverthon and Adrien Rooney.  Click HERE for view the Livermore Granada Boosters website for our Olympians speeches!  Congratulations!!  GO MATS!!!



There will be a special bell schedule during the week May 21st.  Juniors will be taking the mandatory CAASPP that week.  The bell schedule can be found by clicking HERE.


Please take a few moments to read the information provided by the Alameda County Public Health Department. In light of this information, the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District will continue to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff by enforcing the immunization requirements at each school site. We will continue to work closely with the Alameda County Communicable Disease and Prevention Department and will provide updated information as it is received.

Please contact your school nurse or your child’s physician if you have and questions.


Seniors, it is time to order your final transcripts. Click here for more information on how to order them. 


Did you know we have a special tab on the GHS website that is dedicated specifically to the Class of 2018?  Click HERE to find information on the mandatory Disneyland meeting, Senior Ball, and more!


Las Positas College is hosting a variety of camps this summer for high school students.  Please click on the topic below to see more information.  Space is limited.

Las Positas Cyber Camp - June 18 - June 29

Las Positas Sports Medicine - June 18 - June 28

Las Positas Biotech Bootcamp - July 9 - July 19

Today: 5/26/18

All Kids Are Our Kids

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)

Livermore Police Chief's letter to the community on local immigration policy  (Spanish version)

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California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS)

Parents, your students will be taking the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) online this month.  It is an anonymous survey focused on youth resilience and health risk behavior.  The data collected will be used to help improve health and prevention programs offered to students that can promote academic success, well-being, and positive development of our youth.  If you would like to view the content of the survey, you can ask the school office to see a copy of the survey or you can click here: