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Please fill out this NTI parent survey for each child at GCHS.

Nominate A Teacher For Teacher of the Week

To nominate a teacher for teacher of the week click here.


Students are now capable of using their Infinite Campus portals once again.  To log on the first time student use their student ID number and their password will be their (First initial, last initial, their birthday in the form - mmddyy) ex jj022399.  If students change their passwords, the school will not be able to reset them, therefore it is vitally important that they keep track of their password.  Suggestions for students are to keep track of it in their phones, e-mailing it to themselves, or changing their password the same as their password for their computer log on.  Whichever way they choose it is their responsibility!

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The Youth Services Center currently runs the high school food bank.  Any student that is in need of extra food may stop by the Youth Services Center at the High School. 


As required by federal law, the Greenup County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, genetic information, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other designate youth groups.

The following have been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination under Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973:

Scarlet Shoemaker, Title IX Equity Coordinator, Greenup County Schools, 45 Musketeer Drive, Greenup, KY  41144. Phone: 606.473.9819.  Email:

Kim Taylor, 504 Coordinator, Greenup County Schools, 45 Musketeer Drive, Greenup, KY  41144. Phone: 606.473.9819.  Email:

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Mission Statement:

We, the teachers, staff, community and students of Greenup County High School resolve that all students reach the standards of college and/or career readiness.

 Vision Statement:

“College & Career Readiness for All”

 Belief Statements:

-We at GCHS believe that all students can learn at high levels.

-We believe that the most critical factor in student learning is the teacher in the classroom.

-We believe that a student’s intent to learn can be motivated through the persistence and kindness of school professionals.

-We believe our work helps to create productive citizens for the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the United States of America.

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