Granada Hills Charter (GHC) High School Program's Campus Tours are now available. Eleven (11) tours are scheduled between October 23 and December 6. Limited space available. Register today!
News & Media
Changemakers: CCSA's President & CEO Myrna Castrejón interviews Brian Bauer, CEO and Superintendent of Granada Hills Charter, a TK-12th grade charter public school that gained its independence 20 years ago and grew to be an academic and athletic powerhouse. Gain insight as he reflects on how his school broke away from district control to become a charter.
Oliver Taylor, a senior at GHC, takes his studies seriously with a 4.4 GPA, has been on the Varsity football team for four years (two of which he was a captain for), and just recently he earned his pilot's license after working diligently during those years. In this interview, we discuss the importance of flight in his life.
The sophomore won her race in the Woodbridge Classic while setting a personal-best time for a 3-mile course.
"In this episode of Look At This!, Desmond Shaw flies to Granada Hills Charter High School, the alma mater of the legendary quarterback John Elway." (cbsnews.com, CBS Los Angeles)
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With just a few weeks left in the school year, it is that time when all of us at Granada Hills Charter are looking both ahead to the final, momentous events of the year and back to the many lasting memories that were made.
The GHC Governing Board recently approved a change to our COVID-19 Safety Plan and Visitor Policy that will allow School-approved visitors - regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status - to attend GHC indoor events and activities such as performances, athletic events, and meetings with GHC staff. The change also applies to GHC and non-GHC students.
As we conclude the Fall semester and prepare for a well-deserved winter break in which gatherings and travel will occur, I write with reminders about ways to keep yourself and others safer, particularly as COVID-19, RSV, and flu infections are rising. At this time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (“CDC”) COVID-19 community level for Los Angeles county remains at high, and the CDC’s Influenza Surveillance Report shows a very high rate of respiratory illness in California and other parts of the country. Given the advent of colder weather, a rise in respiratory infections, and more time spent traveling and gathering, it is important to keep in mind steps you can take to reduce your risk of becoming ill or infecting others.