Welcome to the home page for Gettysburg Area High School... and welcome to the #WarriorWay!
Gettysburg Area High School will establish an environment of respect and integrity as our collaborative community creates opportunities to engage learners in experiences that provoke critical thought and challenge their creative intelligences.
Gettysburg Area High School ensures that all learners have access to a rigorous curriculum of experiences that will develop into a personally relevant pathway to future success and ultimately mold citizens who will make positive and meaningful contributions to the world around them.
Jeremy Lusk, Principal
(717) 334-6254, opt. 2, ext 6252
Kristy Caywood, Assistant Principal (9th-10th)
(717) 334-6254, opt. 2, ext. 6253
Michael Rupp, Assistant Principal (11th-12th)
(717) 334-6254, opt. 2, ext. 6282
SENIORS - Make sure you stay on track for GRADUATION! Stay in touch with your school counselor, and take advantage of every opportunity to help your FUTURE self. This includes applying for scholarships. The counseling center also has information about apprenticeship programs and other job opportunities for interested students. Continue to monitor the counseling center website and canvas page,
Tuesday, May 18
Gettysburg Area High School - Sign up for Meals
This is a follow-up message to Dr. Perrin’s communication informing you of the necessity to close the Gettysburg Area High School (school building). On Monday, I sent an update that spoke to the ongoing daily challenges of maintaining an environment within Gettysburg Area High School that allows our students to engage with staff members in a safe and healthy way. Unfortunately, this recent influx of positive Covid-19 cases has pushed our school building into a position that requires us to close our doors in a physical sense.
Education MUST continue, and it will. Opportunities to learn will remain the norm. We have planned to keep these opportunities flowing in a way that maintains as much consistency as possible. The plan for students is as follows (also attached - PDF)...
Students - Please communicate questions or concerns with your teachers via Canvas Inbox or Gmail (if using Gmail, check for responses daily).
As I said on Monday, “Remote learning requires discipline and drive but also a willingness to ask for help. As students practice self-regulation and time management, they must also practice self-advocacy and communication when help is needed.” Our school community is tasked with preparing students for an incredibly challenging future. To do that, we MUST respond collaboratively to the challenges of the moment. Each day, we must work together to get a little bit better. We will. Go Warriors!