Glacier Peak High School

Grizzly Announcements

  • Spring Sports
    Spring sports begin February 26. You must be cleared by the Athletic Office to tryout or participate in any capacity – do not assume eligibility based on Rank One as there are additional requirements. Online forms must be accurately completed on Rank One, a valid physical must be on file in the Athletic Office and you must have an ASB card to be eligible for tryouts. Physicals that expire during the season (prior to May 27, 2018) are not considered to be valid. Eligibility lists will be posted outside the Athletic Office beginning Tuesday, February 20 and will be updated daily – make sure to check the list to confirm all requirements have been met. Do not procrastinate in completing paperwork as it may delay your ability to tryout/practice.

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  • Preview the Peak
    Please join us on Thursday, February 22 at 6 p.m. in the Glacier Peak High School gymnasium for Preview the Peak.

    • 6 - 6:45 p.m. - Welcome and Freshman 101 in the gymnasium
    • 6:45 - 8 p.m. - Guided tours of classrooms and campus (every 10 minutes)
    • 6:45 - 8 p.m. - Opportunity to talk to staff/students in the gymnasium and commons:
      • Academic programs
      • Activities/clubs
      • Athletics

    We look forward to an enjoyable and informative evening with our current Glacier Peak High School parents, as well as welcoming our incoming 9th grade parents and students from Valley View Middle School and other schools.

     

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  • Parent Club/Booster Club Auction
    Do you have the luck of the Irish? Join us at this year’s Glacier Peak High School Parent Organization and Booster Club 9th Annual Auction on March 17 at Thomas Family Farm. Tickets are $70 per ticket. Scrumptious desserts will be provided by our own FCCLA students. Several raffles, prizes and fun await. Won’t you join us? Click this link to learn more and reserve your table. The last day to register is March 2.

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