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2017 GHS Graduation Breakfast, Reserved Seats And Parking Spots Auction!

2017 porchFinally! Getting seats at graduation doesn't have to be a hassle. No more sweating in the sun, obstructed views from blimp-sized balloons,or wandering around trying to find your graduate after the ceremony. Look no further for the best seats available at graduation, because here they are! The GHS Graduation Porch is separate large balcony seating area for 15 people on the first and second floor of the Science Building. The seats alone are valuable with easy access, shaded seating, and unobstructed views, especially when it’s time to stand and cheer for your grad. But there is more… EACH GHS Graduation Porch Package also includes a continental breakfast for each person including Starbucks coffee and juice - AND - maybe most importantly - two reserved parking places for each porch.

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Dedicated to Our Students Past, Present and Future

Mission Statement

The mission of the Grossmont High School Educational Foundation is to enhance the overall educational experience of students by raising, managing, and dispersing funds to support the academic, athletic and artistic needs of the school.
As part of fulfilling that mission, The Foundation is also dedicated to the preservation, commemoration, and celebration of Grossmont Foothiller history and traditions: past, present and future.

  • Ensuring our Students Excel
  • Honoring our Traditions
  • Leading The Way
  • Ensuring our Students Excel
  • Supporting Each Other
  • Preserving our History

The Grossmont High School Educational Foundation is a tax-exempt, charitable foundation, the only fundraising organization supporting the entire campus, able to accept large donations and grants. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and 100% of the money raised by the Foundation stays at Grossmont.

Grossmont High School is East County’s oldest school with more than 33,000 graduates, many of whom are active in our community. The GHS Educational Foundation works closely with the Alumni Association and the GHS Museum to honor the past while stepping confidently into a future of new challenges for public education.

While Grossmont has worked diligently to continue our 92-year tradition of excellence, the funding gaps that get larger every year make it more challenging to meet the needs of our students, teachers, and staff.  California’s budget woes continue to threaten not just the “extras” but core programs and services for students – the same students we are counting on to continue their education, find good jobs and lead our country forward.