Welcome to Glasgow High School!

  • Glasgow High School is a comprehensive high school in the truest sense of the term. It strives to meet the needs of a diverse population of students with both the breadth and depth of its programs. Academically Glasgow High School offers a wide array of courses. During the 2005 – 2006 school year all students were moved into college preparatory, honors, and Advanced Placement courses with support for those students who were increasing the rigor of their schedule. Every teacher is involved in a PLC (Professional Learning Community) where colleagues meet and discuss educational issues and initiatives two days a week. Beyond the classroom, Glasgow High School offers a rich variety of athletics and clubs. From staging highly successful musicals to having an award-winning ROTC program to fielding championship track programs to having a very active National Honor Society chapter, Glasgow can provide exciting opportunities for every student. Administrators, staff members, students, parents and community members combine to make Glasgow High School a place where excellence is both expected and celebrated.

    Our Mission

    Glasgow High School is committed to educating each student to exceed academic standards, preparing students to be responsible citizens in the future, and providing students with a variety of challenging opportunities in a safe and supportive environment enriched by diverse resources.

    Glasgow's Belief Statements

    • All students can and must learn and achieve at high levels when they are entrusted to our staff. Anything short of striving to attain this is a breach of our professional and moral responsibility;
    • We must maintain high expectations for which all stakeholders are accountable to ourselves, all our parents, and to all our students; creative positive relationships; that foster a culture of truest, respect, exploration, and achievement;
    • On a regular basis, all stakeholders must evaluate multiple measures of student performance to reveiw and refine current programs. This analysis will be used to improve instruction and increase achievement.