Category Archives: GHS

This week’s Principal’s SHOUT-OUT message to students expressing praise, admiration, support and confidence.

Check out the lastest news from The Royal Press (the school newspaper).

All are .pdf files


October 1, 2019 edition




May 22, 2019 edition

April 24, 2019 edition

March 14, 2019 edition

February 15, 2019 edition

January 14, 2019 edition

December 21, 2018 edition

December 12, 2018 edition

November 21, 2018 edition

November 7, 2018 edition

October 23, 2018 edition

October 2, 2018 edition


Joseph F. Casey (1954-2019), former Director of Curriculum & Technology.

Our condolences to the Casey family. Joe Casey worked in Georgetown as the Director of Curriculum and Technology. He was a caring, funny, inspirational man. His presence in this world will be missed. R.I.P.

Use the link below to read his obituary. 

Meet your GHS Mentors!

2019-20 Bus Routes

Bus routes are published and can be found using link below.

The color coded bus passes were mailed out Wednesday, August 14th so you should be receiving them soon.

Looking forward to having a great year with the buses. Enjoy the last few weeks of summer break!

Middle and High School Summer Reading Lists

Once you have decided what book to need to read, try using the Commonwealth’s eBook Collection to find and access it.  Instructions how are here.


Here are the books you (high school students) have chosen to read, just in case you forgot. 🙂


For the High School Reading List, click here.


Addendum to Summer Reading for Honors and AP Courses, 2019-2020

In addition to BookSmart Day (the link above), students taking the following courses should read the following books over the summer and be prepared to discuss and write about them…

AP English Literature*

  • Oresteia, Aeschylus
  • Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Eugene O’Neill
  • Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston

*Along with the reading of these works, a summer assignment is required, due on the first day of school. There is a mandatory meeting in June to clarify expectations for this assignment.


Honors World Literature

  • The Life of Pi, Yann Martel


Honors English, Grade 11

  • Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain.  Note: Racial slurs are prevalent throughout this satirical novel; however, Twain’s use of them is meant to showcase the hypocrisy of racism. This is one of the seminal works of American literature, and it accurately portrays a specific and pivotal time in history.


Honors English, Grade 10

  • Frankenstein, Mary Shelley (1818 edition is preferable to the 1831 edition)


Honors English, Grade 9

  • CHOICE: A Separate Peace, John Knowles, OR A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Betty Smith



For the Middle School Reading List, click here.