Capital Project update: Construction continues at GHS

Construction at Goshen High School continues as part of the district’s $30.48 million capital improvement project, approved by district voters in February 2017, that will create 21st century learning environments, address safety and security, modernize the performing arts program and auditorium and upgrade athletic facilities. Learn more about the Capital Project.

Nicolas Paneto wins school-wide essay contest for Black History Month

Senior Nicolas Paneto won the Goshen High School’s school-wide essay contest celebrating Black History Month. More than 30 students participated. The topic: Identify an African-American who has positively impacted the world around them. Describe the individual and their accomplishments and explain how they motivate you to make the world around you a better place. The …

Eighth grader Paul Choi wins National Silver Medal for artwork

Eighth grade advanced studio art student Paul Choi received a National Silver Medal in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for his artwork titled “Simply Playing the Trombone.” Nearly 340,000 works of art and writing were submitted to the 2019 contest. Paul’s artwork was selected by some of the foremost leaders in the visual …

High School to offer STEAM classes, distance learning in the fall

The Goshen High School is moving full STEAM ahead. In September, the high school’s new STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art Math) Lab will be available to students for the first time, as construction at the high school is completed over the next few months. The STEAM Lab is just one of several new additions and …

View a letter about sports tryouts, cuts from the Athletic Director

Dear parents of the Goshen Athletics community, I’d like to take the opportunity to clarify some confusion concerning tryouts and cuts for our sports teams. As Director of Athletics, the biggest challenge is trying to provide as much opportunity for as many of our students as possible, while still operating within the confines of what …

CJH, GHS musicians selected to perform in All-County Music Festival

Fifteen student-musicians from C. J. Hooker Middle School and Goshen High School recently performed in this year’s High School All-County Music Festival at Cornwall High School. Talented music students from throughout Orange County are selected to perform based on their audition held earlier this year. The selected students rehearsed and performed together in concert. Junior …

SAS students raise thousands for American Heart Association

Embedded YouTube video of Jump Rope for Heart Each year, Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School students participate in Jump Rope for Heart during physical education classes, where they learn about their hearts while helping raise money for the American Heart Association. This year, students raised $5,807 for heart health awareness and research. They participated in a …

CJH spreads kindness during Random Acts of Kindness Week

C. J. Hooker Middle School students, teachers and staff recently came together to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week. Launched in 1995, Random Acts of Kindness Week is an annual opportunity to unite people around the world through kindness. This week-long celebration demonstrates that kindness is contagious. The week kicked off with a kind surprise …

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