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Class of 2017

Coming Events at GHS

Biomedical program recognized.


Gilroy High School's Biomedical Science Academy chosen as a winner of the prestigious Glenn W. Hoffmann Award by the Santa Clara County School Board Association


Check out the complete press release.

Employee Recognition Program April 2017 Award Recipient Cathy Silva Gilroy Teachers Association  GTA

Employee Recognition Program April 2017 Award Recipient Cathy Silva Gilroy Teachers Association (GTA)


For more information about this fantastic teacher.

Congratulations to our retirees!

Congratulations to our retirees.



They were recognized yesterday at the GUSD Retirement Celebration at Rucker Elementary. Cathy Silva, Peg Branvold, Elia Scettrini , and Gilbert Padilla totaling 104 years of service to our students! Pictured left to right The Sheriff Bruce Corbett, Susan Freiberg, Liz Gutierrez, Cathy Silva, Peg Branvold, Elia Scettrini, Gilbert Padilla and Jedi Master Matt Hungerford. More pictures will be posted on the GUSD website soon. Felicidades!



The Santa Clara County Office of Education has received requests for information about what families can do to prepare in case a parent or other family member is detained or deported by immigration agents.  This web page contains information prepared by non-profit organizations that provide assistance to attorneys and community-based advocates that work with immigrants around the country.  It includes information such as what you may do if you are approached by immigration agents, what documents you should carry with you, and how to prepare a child-care and family-preparedness plan.  This page also includes information about legal service providers in Santa Clara County that can assist on immigration matters.


In addition to the materials described above, we have provided specific information about how parents can arrange to care for their children in case the parents are detained or deported by immigration agents. 


Other information includes an overview of guardianships, powers of attorney, and caregiver's authorization affidavits.  If you have questions about any of the forms or information about guardianships, powers of attorney or caregiver's authorization affidavits, we encourage you to consult with a lawyer or other legal services provider.  We've include information about legal service providers who can answer questions and provide free or low-cost advice about guardianships, powers of attorney, and/or caregiver's authorization affidavits.


The County Office of Education cannot guarantee the accuracy of information or the quality of advice in these materials, but we hope that these materials will be useful to you.



Jon R. Gundry

County Superintendent of Schools 

A California Distinguished School
California Honor Roll 2016
100 years
Si Se Puede - Cesar Chavez
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Renovation Projects coming to GHS

 STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION (Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973):  The District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, actual or perceived sexual orientation, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability.  The District will take steps to assure that the lack of English will not be a barrier to admission and participation in District programs.  Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of nondiscrimination should be directed to:

The District’s Title IX Coordinator is Kim Filice, Director – Human Resources.  Mrs. Filice’s contact information is kim.filice@gilroyunified.org or at 408-848-7131.

The District’s 504 Coordinator is Barbara Brown, Director – Student Services.  Mrs. Brown’s contact information is barbara.brown@gilroyunified.org or at 408-848-7139.

For a copy of the District’s Uniform complaint policy – ENGLISH     /     SPANISH