High School Course Catalog
PDF Download Contains:
• Request for Student Records
• New Student Registration
• 2019-20 Ethnic and Racial Demographic Designation Form
• Letter from Superintendent
• How to Complete the Application for Educational Benefits
• 2019-20 Application for Educational Benefits
• Minnesota Language Survey
• Students in Transition Identification & Needs Assessment
• GFW Emergency and Health Information
• Student Emergency Information - Is your data correct?
The Minnesota Report Card gives you easy access to understandable district and school data. This tool is designed to provide parents, educators, schools, districts and citizens with easy access to important information about schools to help them make decisions and be engaged in the education of Minnesota students. Choose from several reports to learn more about the state of education in your local district, a specific school, or the state as a whole.
GFW will also be using the Campus Messenger system to communicate snow day information. parents can receive a phone call when there is a snow day, a late start, or an early dismissal. To sign up for Campus Messenger, contact Wade Werner at 507-207-2207.
School closing or late start announcements are also submitted to the area media WCCO Radio, KNUJ Radio, KLGR Radio, WCCO 4-TV, KMSP 9-TV and KARE 11-TV. The GFW website top message bar and Campus Messenger are the quickest and most accurate ways to obtain special announcements about GFW.
Electronic Library for Minnesota (ELM)
Search ELM for magazine, newspaper, and journal articles, eBooks, and information from reference sources—available to Minnesota residents at no charge!Visit the Electronic Library for Minnesota Website Visit the ERIC – Education Resources Information Center Website
Student Athletes should be thinking about the possibility of participating in college sports as soon as their high school career begins. To be sure all requirements are met and they are eligible the best time to register with the NCAA is by the end of the sophomore year, but it can be done at any time in their high school career.
Students must graduate high school and meet ALL the following requirements:
- Complete 16 core courses:
- Four years of English
- Three years of math (Algebra 1 or higher)
- Two years of natural/physical science (including one year of lab science if your high school offers it)
- One additional year of English, math or natural/physical science
- Two years of social science
- Four additional years of English math natural/physical science, social science, foreign language, comparative religion or philosophy
- Complete 10 core courses, including seven in English, math or natural/physical science, before the seventh semester. Once students begin their seventh semester, they may not repeat or replace any of those 10 courses to improve their core-course GPA.
- Earn at least a 2.3 GPA in their core courses.
- Earn an SAT combined score or ACT sum score matching their core-course GPA on the Division I sliding scale, which balances their test score and core-course GPA. If students have a low test score, they need a higher core-course GPA to be eligible. If they have a low core-course GPA, they need a higher test score to be eligible. If they have a low core-course GPA, they need a higher test score to be eligible.
Do you need to register with the NCAA or update your registration?View the NCAA Eligibility Center Website