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  • GCISD & TCC celebrate Collegiate Academy, our newest high school
    Ribbon Cutting2 The Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Collegiate Academy at Tarrant County College Northeast Campus hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, September to dedicate and celebrate the opening of GCISD’s newest high school.
    “We are excited to welcome the inaugural class of students into the GCISD Collegiate Academy at Tarrant County College Northeast,” said Dr. Robin Ryan, GCISD Superintendent. “This partnership with Tarrant County College further expands the goals of our strategic plan, LEAD 2021, and our desire to create opportunities for all our students to be prepared for their future college or career paths.”
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  • NTGD Education Foundation participating in North Texas Giving Day
    Donations can go further to support GCISD students and teachers
    Local non-profits will ban together on September 18 for an annual North Texas Giving Day, inviting givers worldwide to donate funds. This year, the Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Education Foundation will join the effort in helping raise millions of dollars to support North Texas families and programs.
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  • GHS Speech and Debate Team Ranked Nationally

    GHS Speech and Debate
    The National Speech and Debate Associate have released their newest rankings and the Grapevine High School Speech and Debate Team are ranked 70th in the nation, out of more than 7,000 schools. They are 3rd in the state of Texas, and 2nd in their district.
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  • CHHS Student Becomes Mascot

    Jayden Thompson was a member of the Colleyville Heritage football team before he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, the most common type of bone cancer. The school honored him this past week by making him the mascot, so he could still support his team. Fox 4 recently did a story on Jayden. Check out his story here.
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  • Look to the Future

    Posted by Communication Services at 9/12/2014
    What do you want to be when you grow up?
    This is a question that teachers have asked students for a long, long time. The answers change for kids over the years. A second-grade boy might answer, “I want to be the quarterback for the Cowboys and a firefighter and a super hero.” Over the years, that same second-grader might give different answers ranging from police officer to Ninja Turtle to lifeguard. And 10 years later, he may aspire to be an app developer, a teacher or a doctor. Then after a semester of college, those answers might change again!
    This question is important because it sets the vision for the future of each child. “What do you want to be when you grow up” allows students at all levels to think about their profession. Here’s the difficult thing for educators and students alike – it is estimated that 60% of the jobs our students could have in the future have not even been invented yet. To that end, below is a slide with a number of various professions listed. It certainly is not all encompassing, but take note of the words or phrases in red – those professions have been invented in just the last 6 years!
    In GCISD, we are redefining education because their future matters today. That’s why we have to do our work differently. We have to prepare our students for a world of work that will be ever changing and beyond the scope of even what we know today. What an awesome challenge!
    Enjoy the cool weather this weekend!
    Dr. Robin Ryan
    GCISD Superintendent of Schools
    The B.E.S.T. Report is a weekly communication from our superintendent about our schools and community.
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  • Monday, September 22, is the annual GCISD Appreciation Night at the Ballpark with the Texas Rangers. Discounted tickets for the game also are available, see flier for details. A portion of the proceeds from tickets sold will benefit the Education Foundation, which in turn will be used to support students, staff and programs of the district. 
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  • Football Tailgating Guidelines:
    GCISD welcomes our community supporters to come cheer on our students at athletic events. Due to limited parking space, and to provide an enjoyable experience for all, some general procedures regarding tailgating should be followed. Only one parking space per vehicle is allowed. Large vehicles such as RVs, trailers, etc., can be parked at Grapevine High School; a shuttle service to the Stadium is provided. Thank you for your assistance and enjoy the game!

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  • Learn more about state accountability through a Texas Education Agency video. 
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  • NEW! Graduation Requirements & House Bill 5 information
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  • Texas Tribune Poll on Education
    A recent poll conducted by the University of Texas and Texas Tribute indicates that a large number of Texans favor increasing funding for education. In fact, increased funding topped the list of survey responses as to what would be the most effective way to improve education in Texas.  

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  • Tax Rate Legal Posting 
    Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. Please click here for more information.

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  • GCISD Finance earns Platinum Leadership Circle Award

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