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Students & families donated toys to support Andersen AFB's 58th annual Operation Christmas Drop.
The National Junior Honor Society holds an annual food drive for a local homeless shelter. Three students load the donated items so that they can be delivered for Thanksgiving dinner.
Students, faculty and guests assemble around the school flag while a teacher and student sing the Guam Hymn. This was the start of the annual Veterans Day Ceremony on November 10, 2009.
In honor of the sacrifice made by our veterans, a speech student recites the poem, "My name is Old Glory" by Howard Schnauber during the Veterans Day Ceremony in the school's Dragon Theater.
Senior class officers volunteered their time by ringing the bell for the Salvation Army Kettle Drive this past holiday season. Students sang holiday songs for the shoppers at the Harmon Cost-U-Less.
Students enrolled in Japanese classes won first place in the island’s 5th Annual Japanese Song Festival. The event took place November 14 at the Agana Shopping Center and featured 14 teams competing for the winning title. GHS competed against public and p
The class of 2010 sponsored a Toy Drive in December 2009, donating gifts to children in the pediatric unit of Guam Memorial Hospital.
Students in Spanish 1 classes were divided into groups and assigned to do research on Hispanic foods, the piñata and the Mexican Christmas celebration known as “Las Posadas.” Students learned about Hispanic food customs and prepared Hispanic main dishes,