Gary W. Campbell High School is a fully-accredited school of choice in the Kaufman Independent School District. Our flexible learning environment allows students to obtain an accelerated diploma by allowing them to complete graduation requirements in our self-paced program. Using a combination of online and classroom-based instruction, GCHS provides students with a comprehensive, standards-based curriculum designed to meet each individual student’s needs. A low student-to-teacher ratio and individualized instruction helps to ensure student achievement. Any student wishing to attend GCHS must submit an application through the counselor on their home campus.
GCHS students gave each of the campus’ military a "hand" on Friday. Grateful messages were written on each students’ hand. Our veterans were touched by the gesture. What an honor it is to work with these veterans!
Gary Campbell High School had another senior participate in the early graduate walk of fame today. Cheering students lined the walkways as "Pomp and Circumstance" played over the intercom. The graduate's favorite teacher walked with her to the office one last time as a GCHS student while her mother looked on with pride. Congratulations to our second early graduate of the school year!
Gary Campbell High School staff and students were challenged with a goal of donating one Thanksgiving meal per homeroom and the response was overwhelming! Five full meals including a ham or turkey were donated and many more sides were as well.
Gary Campbell High School is proud to present the school's first graduate in the Class of 2018! She was cheered on by classmates as she took her final walk as a GCHS student. Congrats on a job well done!
Gary Campbell High School thanks our amazing custodian, Ernestine Rodriguez, for all of the hard work she does in order to keep our campus running. She goes above and beyond for students and staff alike. Happy Custodian Appreciation Day!
Gary Campbell High School students were able to brighten the day of residents at the Kaufman Health Care Center. Students brought board games and had a great time learning about Kaufman's history from the people who lived it. Students must meet academic and attendance criteria in order to attend and consider it an honor to do so.