Grapevine Life

  • STEM Expo GCISD College Night, April 28

    The GCISD Counselors are hosting a STEM Expo on April 28, 6 - 8 p.m. at Grapevine High School. All high school students are invited to attend. For more information about the event, check out the STEM Expo website
    There will be opportunities for students to visit with schools who offer STEM programs, as well as attend presentations from various industry professionals.

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  • National Merit Finalists
    Quaan Ashqeen
    Jared Barker
    Kyle Corey
    Emily De Jong
    Ryan Dewillis
    Daniel Ishak
    Jim Liu
    Shayal Vashisth
    The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for not only recognition, but also scholarships. Students enter this competition by taking the PSAT/NMSQT. Across the U.S., 50,000 students with the highest scores qualify for recognition in the program. In September, these students are notified as either Commended or National Merit Semifinalists--only about 16,000 students reach the Semifinalist level. 
    In February, 15,000 of the Semifinalists are announced as Finalists in the program. All winners of the scholarship awards are selected from the Finalist group. Students are evaluated based on their abilities, skills and accomplishments.

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Latest News

  • PALS Fundraiser
    GHS PALS is hosting a Which Wich fundraiser benefiting GHS Students!

    When: Wednesday April, 29th from 4:00-10:00 p.m.

    Where: Which Wich in Colleyville, Next to Market Street



    2. People can place orders online at or mobile thru our App on 4/29 and type ‘FUND’ in the notes section. Orders will be ready for people to pick-up the same day.

    3. Parents can email or call TJ Shier ( or 972.691.7378) with any catering order THE ENTIRE WEEK this week for their office, clients, personal, etc. Pickup orders are preferred but they can deliver with 24-hour notice within a 3-5 mi range of the store.

    TEACHERS/STAFF— You can pre-order meals at a discounted price. Which Wich would need orders two days prior to the date that you would want your meal(s) delivered (contact TJ Shier @ with your order). Which Wich would do any date next week for your delivery. Which Wich offers the teachers a discounted $6 boxed meal and, we will still get 50% of that counted towards our total.

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  • Arena Scheduling
    After students have inputted their course selections by the Feb. 16 window, students will schedule their courses for the 2015-2016 school year during their grade-level time window. (After course selection occurs, students with schedule errors or concerns may only submit one change request form online during the following adjustment windows: Window 1: June 8-12; and Window 2: August 3-6.) The online scheduling windows below open at 7:30 a.m. and close at midnight.  See this website for the Arena Scheduling timeline: Go to the GHS Counseling webpage to see additional Arena Scheduling Information. Mark your calendars for the important Arena Scheduling dates below:

    Current Juniors (rising Seniors, Class of 2016): Monday-Tuesday, March 30-April 1
    Current Sophomores (rising Juniors, Class of 2017): Monday-Tuesday, April 13-15
    Current Freshmen (rising Sophomores, Class of 2018): Monday-Wednesday, April 27-29
    Current 8th graders (rising Freshmen, Class of 2019): Monday-Thursday, May 11-14

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  • STAAR End of Course Testing Late Start Days

    There will be a late start at GHS on the following dates due to STAAR (State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness) End of Course testing.  Students that are testing will report to school at the normal start times.  Students not testing are asked to report to school at 11:45 am.  The schedule of tests is below:

    May 5--US History for all 11th graders and retesters 

        Biology for 9th graders in Biology and retesters

    May 6--Algebra I for 9th graders in Algebra and retesters

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  • Senior Information



    Sunday, May 24, 2015 @ 3:00 pm  in the GHS Auditorium

    Senior Awards Ceremony

    May 28, 2015 @ 6:30 in Gym 1 (seniors arrive at 6:10 pm)

    Mandatory Graduation Practice

    Friday, May 29, 2015 @ 8:45 am in Gym 1

    Sr. Cookout

    Friday, May 29, 2015, Following graduation practice, Meadowmere Park

    Top 20 Banquet

    Monday, June 1, 2015 @ 6:30 pm  at Embassy Suites Outdoor World, Grapevine 


    Thursday, June 4, 2015 @ 7:30 pm (seniors arrive at 6:15 pm) at  UTA College Park Center

    Project Graduation

    Thursday, June 4, 2015 @ 11:00 pm at Main Event, Grapevine

    Senior Exams

    Monday: June 1, 2015  -   EXAMS:  5, 8                                                 
    Tuesday, June 2, 2015-EXAMS: 6, 7, 4                                                                                                      

    Wednesday, June 3, 2015 - EXAMS:  1, 2, 3

    Caps and Gowns
    Balfour will be on campus may 13th during all lunches to deliver Cap and Gown orders. Any questions related to caps and gowns should be directed to
     Graduation Tickets
    Attendance at the graduation ceremony will require tickets.  College Park Center, the venue for our graduation, is requiring that each guest occupying a chair have a ticket to enter the ceremony.  Graduates do not need a ticket.  In order to ensure that each student has family and friends that are able to attend the ceremony, each senior will be provided with 10 tickets.   The number of tickets distributed is based on the size of the graduating class.
    Ticket distribution will be in late May.    

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  • Spring 2015 Exam Schedule
    Tuesday, June 2, 2015
    6th period:   8:35-9:55
    7th period:  10:00-11:20
    8th period:  11:25-12:45
    Wednesday, June 3, 2015
    1st period:    8:35-9:55
    2nd period: 10:00-11:20
    3rd period:  11:25-12:45
    Thursday, June 4, 2015
    5th period:   8:35-10:30
    8th period:  10:45-12:45
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  • UIL Waiver Form
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  • Driver License /TEA Forms
    All requests must be in writing.  Please allow 24 hours.

    Please go to the front office to Jerry Muehstein's desk to make your request.


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  • Attention . . . Transcript Requests:
    All transcript requests are processed electronically.  Please visit the GHS Counseling webpage, on the upper right hand side of the page, for a link to the request form.  Requests in writing or email are no longer accepted.  All requests must be submitted through the Counseling webpage.  For a link to the transcript request form, click here
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  • Program of Studies
    The Program of Studies for those entering high school before 2014-2015 is here!
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  • Receive text messages from GHS and GCISD
    Text "Yes" to 68453 to subscribe.  GHS will send texts for non-emergency messages such as meeting reminders, schedule changes and other important school information.  The district will use the text function primarily to inform parents, students and staff of weather-related closings or delays, emergency response situations and important district news.  Text messages will be one of the first notifications parents receive in the event of weather-related or emergency notices.  To opt out at any time, text "Stop" to 68453.
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  • Registrar Information
    Sandy Kasen - (FAX) 817-251-5008 
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Welcome to Grapevine School!
Quick Facts:
  • School Colors - Red, White & Blue
  • Mascot - Mustangs
  • Enrollment - 2,089
  • Year Opened - 1952, reopened in current location 1969
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High School Announcements

  • Chic Boutique is Open!
    The Chic Boutique will be open every Saturday from April 11-May 9 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The Chic Boutique, located at the district administration building, is a GCISD parent-led enterprise is a shopping boutique for middle and high school students that provides gently used banquet and prom dresses at no cost to the student.

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  • STEM Expo College Night
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