Grayling High School Band!!
Middle School and High School Bands playing together!
GHS band concert! It is our first live event unplanned. Please excuse the awful camera work!
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Kelly Birdsall- Ramsey
· March 9, 2018
As a Kalkaska graduate in 1976 the support your school shows for this past week and the tragic loss our school and community just experienced is AMAZING shows real heart. Thank you Vikings for your su...pport you are truley a Class Act. See More
Frank Morse
· December 29, 2015
I have ben looking at old graduation pictures from Grayling and really enjoyed looking through the class of 1972. I was suppose to graduate in 1971 but not much there to look at. I think of all the pe...ople who I grew up with and went to school with and would like to get in touch with some of my what I consider to be my childhood family. Those really were the good old days!
I did not graduate but instead run off with an oil company which didn't work out so well so I joined the Navy which I retired from in 1972. I live in North Port Florida now and would like to hear from some of my childhood family. tks Frank Morse
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Athena Torok
· February 8, 2017
It was good when I went to school there.. But now an days the Preppy Kids are the ones that get the most attention and are the teachers favorites.. Which make the other kids feel like crap cause it's ...not equal..🤔 See More
Maggie Rossler
· June 4, 2017
Great school! I attended from 2000-2004 and my nephew just graduated (2017). From what I've seen, the school is maintaining its excellence. Keep up the good work.
Brandi Marie
· May 3, 2017
One of the worst schools I've attended. All of the preppy people get away with bullying . Their parents create fake profiles and join in on the bullying. Anyone who is 13-21ish and even some adults, w...ho aren't quiet kids...are very rude and disrespectful. I won't be surprised when there are a few suicides a year at this school (surprised there hasn't been any yet.)
They are all for advertising "we are Vikings not bullies" but when it comes down to it, as long as you have a last name that's known, you're in the clear. I had to switch schools for almost 2 years to be away from bullying and had to mess up my softball career. All because I had a very bad bullying case with these twins, their sisters , and their mom, who bully everyone. Even had the screenshots proof. And since they have a known last name and mommy pays their way into sports, the principal AND vice principal told me to "block them and ignore/get over it."
DISGUSTING place to call a school. I feel bad for our future generations. No wonder the world I the way it is. If you aren't popular; you go Unnoticed. I think this school and staff needs to watch the series 13 reasons why. I'm sure it won't affect then because they have close to no emotions, but maybe it would help someone..
Horrible community with rude, disrespectful, judgemental, disgusting bullies for parents!
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Brent Harvey
· February 20, 2017
beautiful school in a wonderful area. I have been spending time in Grayling for decades
Grady Smith
· May 18, 2017
It was nice until it became an authoritarian dictatorship

Prom is Saturday, April 21 at the Lakeside Resort in Houghton Lake from 8-11 p.m. Tickets will be sold during lunches this week. Tickets are $25 each. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door

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Current 8th grade parents are invited to the Grayling High School auditorium on April 23 at 6 p.m. for an informational meeting for parents of next year’s freshmen. This is an opportunity to get your child off to a great start in high school! Meet our principal, assistant principal, athletic director and the counselors. Learn about the curriculum, graduation requirements, co-curricular opportunities, and more.

April 23: The high school counselors, Lynn Tho...mpson and
Sarah Allen, will visit the middle school to give a detailed presentation to all 8th grade regarding the curriculum,
graduation requirements, and the registration process.

April 23-30: 8th graders will have time to consider their high
school plans, consult with their parents and teachers, and fill out their course requests. Final date for turning in forms to Mrs. Metiva is May 1.

Date TBD: 8th grade students will enter their requests online
using their Chromebooks.

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