High Point Elementary News
Registration for Gahanna Jefferson ‘Journey to Learning’ now open

Registration for Gahanna Jefferson ‘Journey to Learning’ now open

The registration deadline is Wed., June 4. Learn More »

Elementary blizzard bag assignments now available

Elementary blizzard bag assignments now available

'Blizzard bag' make-up work for elementary school students is now available to download. Learn More »

Coffee With the Supt. April 14 and 24

Coffee With the Supt. April 14 and 24

Please join GJPS staff, parents, residents and stakeholders for an informative and informal two-way chat over coffee. Learn More »

GJPS Board of Ed. approves all-day kindergarten

GJPS Board of Ed. approves all-day kindergarten

At the Feb. 13 meeting, the GJPS Board of Education approved all-day kindergarten for all students at no cost. This program will begin with the 2014-15 school year. Learn More »

High Point draws guest speakers for special assembly

High Point draws guest speakers for special assembly

“We have a very important assembly to celebrate today,” said Kathleen Erhard, Principal, High Point elementary, to her students.

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Information about 2014-2015 kindergarten registration

Information about 2014-2015 kindergarten registration

Gahanna-Jefferson Schools are preparing to welcome and register children who will be five years old on or before Aug. 1, 2014. Learn More »

2014 – 2015 GJPS district calendar now available

2014 – 2015 GJPS district calendar now available

The 2014-2015 district calendar was approved at the Jan. 9 Board of Education meeting by a unanimous vote. Learn More »

Keeping warm in cold weather: Tips from Royal Manor Principal Rick Oxley

Keeping warm in cold weather: Tips from Royal Manor Principal Rick Oxley

We usually only need to be outside for minutes and not hours. Here are some simple “everyday tips” to stay warm during frigid days and nights. Learn More »

Blended learning occurs seamlessly across district

Blended learning occurs seamlessly across district

“Blended learning lets us thrive with technology tools,” said high school student Anya Ferguson. Learn More »

Science fair unites and delights class at High Point

Science fair unites and delights class at High Point

Students in Carie Barnes' cross-categorical, extended support services intermediate classroom recently showcased a science fair filled with a variety of projects. Learn More »