Granada High School  Logo

ib-world-school-logo-black-tonal.png



 

InfoSnap.jpg



 
 

Granada Family

Granada has a rich history of family and community!

Project Pride 2.jpg

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.


 

Safe Schools.jpg

Congratulations GHS CyberPatriots!!


Please join us in congratulating Mr. Baez and his CyberPatriot team for taking 1st Place in the Cybersecurity Pathway and Student Challenge that was held at Cisco in San Jose this week.  Click HERE for the release from the school district.  Congratulations Mr. Baez and his team!  See full article and pictures in our News section below!

Presenting...Rounding Third


Join our drama department as they present this two-person play that focuses on the struggles both characters have in understanding the other person's perspective.  Shows are December 7, 8, 14, 15, 16 all at 7pm. There is also a matinee December 13th at 2:30. Tickets are $7 for general admission, $5 for senior citizens and students with ASB.  All tickets for the matinee are $5.  Click HERE for the flyer.  We look forward to seeing you there!

GHS Schedule - Week of December 18


Wednesday, December 20th:  Yes!  There will be ASE on Wednesday.  Click HERE for a copy.  The office will be closing at 3:00 pm.

Thursday, December 21st:  Early release for Winter Break.  Click HERE for the schedule. 

December 22nd - January 5th:  No school - Winter Break

News

12/11/17

Wednesday, December 20th:  Yes!  There will be ASE on Wednesday.  Click HERE for a copy.  The office will be closing at 3:00 pm.

Thursday, December 21st:  Early release for Winter Break.  Click HERE for the schedule. 

December 22nd - January 5th:  No school - Winter Break

more
12/8/17

 

December 8, 2017 - Livermore, CA - Students at Granada High School (GHS) took first place in the Cybersecurity Pathway and Student Challenge at the Cisco campus in San Jose this week. National Commissioner of CyberPatriot, Brigadier General Bernie Skoch, joined the event in which high school teams demonstrate their problem-solving abilities when faced with a possible cyber attack. Each team was tasked with system hardening of a virtual computer infrastructure and searching for flaws and malware that an intruder could exploit to access information or corrupt the system.

The GHS CyberPatriot Club had the largest attendance at the Cisco Cyber Cup with 18 members competing, split into four teams. Miguel Baez, the club’s coach and Computer Science teacher at GHS, said, “This was a great networking opportunity for the students. They were able to speak to professionals from Cisco, and got a good idea of how this can be a job for them in the future.”

Teams from around the Bay Area competed in a series of challenges over four hours. The winner of the competition was the GHS “Founder’s Team,” comprising the members who started the club last year. Another team from GHS comprising all girls was new to the club this year, and took fifth place in the competition. Other teams from Tri-Valley schools, including a team from Livermore High School, joined the competition.

Baez noted that there were many new members of the club in attendance who performed very well in the competition, setting the stage for what he hopes will be strong performances in the upcoming elimination round competitions. The GHS CyberPatriot Club is only in its second year, and is rapidly growing and competing on a high level. Last year, the Founder’s Team qualified for the Platinum Tier of the CyberPatriot Competition with the top 30% of participants. The National Finalists of the qualifying competitions will compete in Washington D.C. in March.

The CyberPatriot competition is part of the National Youth Cyber Education Program, created by the Air Force Association (AFA) to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future. For more information on the program, visit www.uscyberpatriot.org.

 

Photos courtesy of LVJUSD

Photo 1: The Cisco Cyber Cup Trophy

Photo 2: GHS CyberPatriots Club with Coach Miguel Baez on right

###

 

ABOUT LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

LVJUSD is an award-winning district that serves more than 13,700 students in transitional kindergarten through 12th grade at nine elementary campuses, two K-8 schools, three middle schools, two comprehensive high schools, and two alternative schools. The LVJUSD features International Baccalaureate Programmes and a STEM pathway, TK-12. The mission of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District is to ensure each student will graduate with the skills needed to contribute and thrive in a changing world. For more information about the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District please visit www.livermoreschools.com

 

 

more
12/8/17

Two baseball coaches with two very different ideas of what it means to have fun. One Little League baseball team.  The biggest competition may not be out on the field...

Rounding Third is a comedy/drama set out on the baseball diamond. This two-person play focuses on the struggles both characters have in understanding the other person's perspective.  Shows are December 7, 8, 14, 15, 16 all at 7pm. There is also a matinee December 13th at 2:30. Tickets are $7 for general admission, $5 for senior citizens and students with ASB.  All tickets for the matinee are $5.  Click HERE for the flyer.  We look forward to seeing you there!

more
12/7/17

The Granada Supporters invites you to our 2nd Annual Black and Gold Social Event at Campo Di Bocci on March 17th 2018!  It's a chance to mingle with GHS staff, other parents, students, alumni, and supporters in an fun environment with great food, Bocci, and other great activities.


Discounted Tickets are available until Dec 31st, 2017 and go up starting next year.  Visit our website at: www.granadamatadors.org/black-and-gold-social/  to buy online.

 

The 1st Social was really enjoyable for all so we hope to have the pleasure of your company at the next one!

more
12/6/17

Some Cal State University campuses have extended their application deadline to December 15th or later.  If you haven’t applied to the CSU system yet, or want to apply to additional schools, follow this link for more information: CSU Campuses Extended Deadline and visit https://www2.calstate.edu/apply to apply.  For help, come to the Counseling and Career Center during lunch, or after school.

more
12/5/17

For those students who took the test in October, PSAT scores will be released online on December 11. Students must create a free account with College Board to access their scores. For more information on accessing and understanding your scores, please click here

more
11/27/17

Congratulations to Cross Country for an outstanding season!!

Girls finished 3rd in state and boys moved up 4 spots from last year taking 9th!!

Way to go!

more
9/25/17

Here are diagrams that show the areas of the parking lot that will be affected during the solar panel installation, beginning October 9th and ending by mid-December, during “phase 1” as well as “phase 2.” (Granada HS.pdf)  You will always be able to enter the south driveway closest to Alexander Street and exit the north driveway at the front of the school as you would normally.

 

We have rerouted approximately 100 students, who purchased parking permits, to park at the Mormon Church parking lot at 950 Mocho Street during school hours. A campus supervisor will be present in this lot during arrival and departure times for this period of time. Any other parking will need to be along the surrounding streets.

more
Today: 12/12/17
4:00 PM Free LPC Math Tutoring
4:00 PM JV B Soccer Foothill @ GHS
4:00 PM JV G Soccer Foothill @ GHS
5:30 PM JV G Basketball Mission San JOse @ GHS
6:00 PM Var B Soccer Foothill @ GHS
6:00 PM Var G Soccer Foothill @ GHS
7:00 PM Var G Basketball Mission San Jose @ GHS

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)

GHS Webstore smaller.jpg

G Athletics smaller.jpg

      

Granada Pride Twitter 1a.jpg

GHS Facebook

GHS Tube JPG smaller.jpg


 

Peachjar.jpg

Banner1b_GRANADA-300x300.jpg

My Locker.jpg