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  • ROTC/NHS Blood Drive

    The Gallup High School JROTC and the Gallup NHS has teamed together to conduct the next blood drive. It is scheduled for 14 March. Please help us make this blood drive a success. If you would like to give blood, please let me know and  I will make you an appointment. If you have spouse who would like to give blood, I can make them an appointment too. They are in 15 minute increments. Please support students who would like to give blood. Students have to be 16-17 with a permission slip. 18+ just need an id and I can make them an appointment if they come and see me. 

    Please help us make this a success!! 

    CW3(R) Sanchez, Jerry

    Army Instructor

    Gallup High School


    Email: jsanche2@gmcs.k12.nm.us

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  • Online Technology Service Desk


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  • GHS Dress Code 2017-18 and Electronic Policy


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  • GHS Tardy Policy: Letter to Parents

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  • GHS Ambush!


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  • Parents: Please update your contact information, especially your phone number, with GHS. Please call us at 721-2500.

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  • GHS Announcements


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GHS Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Ensuring an excellent education for every student through a positive attitude, acceptance of change, and service to others. 

Vision Statement

Every student a graduate, every student a successful citizen and life-long learner. 

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GHS Tardy Policy and Dress Code

Due to the excessive amount of students who are tardy in the morning and through out the day. Gallup High School will be administering discipline tardy sweeps in the morning starting at 8:35 am and through out the school day.Students will be on a three strike discipline tardy policy, first strike parent conference or lunch detention for ten minutes, students choice, strike two parent conference, strike 3 multiple day suspension. This is a year long policy and does not have to be consecutive days. Our children's education is our number one priority and we want to create an educational environment with the least amount of distractions.

 GHS Dress Code 2017-18


The NMAA is seeking the assistance of our member schools in getting the word out about becoming an interscholastic sports official.  As part of the effort, we would ask for our schools to please post the following video on your school/district web site and also to share it with any community groups or entities that might be of assistance in finding new officials:  
If you have anyone in your schools/communities who might be interested in becoming an official, please send their name and contact information to me and we will reach out to them.  A recent study shows that 48% of all officials become active in the avocation because someone talked to them about it!  Let’s make sure we are having this conversation statewide so we can bring more people in to our officiating family.


Gallup-McKinley County Schools (GMCS) recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals regardless of national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment. GMCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or age in its programs and activities. GMCS provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: 504 District Contact—Tim Bond,  505-721-1018; Title IX —Sandra Lee, Director of Personnel, 505-721-1063