Welcome to the Geraldton Composite High School website. GCHS serves the communities and students within the Greenstone area.
Period 1: 08:50am-10:05am
Period 2: 10:10am-11:25am
Lunch Pd: 11:25am-12:05pm
Period 3: 12:40pm- 1:55pm
Period 4: 2:00pm- 3:15pm
GCHS, in partnership with MTW Employment Services and Employment Ontario, will be holding a Community Career Fair on Tuesday, November 8 from 1pm – 7pm in the GCHS Gymnasium. A large number of employers/job sectors will be present. All are welcome. See the poster below for more information.
GCHS, along with the Superior-Greenstone District School Board and other school boards across Ontario, recognizes November 7-11 as Treaties Recognition Week. This week serves to educate Ontario residents about treaties and treaty rights. Geraldton Composite High School is on traditional Anishnabek territory.
Many of our GCHS students come from Indigenous communities that are part of the two treaties within our area: Treaty 9 and the Robinson-Superior Treaty. Check out the presentations on these two treaties for more information:
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For a limited time, GCHS Knights clothing is available through or e-store!
Visit https://stores.inksoft.com/gchs to see the selection of shirts, sweaters, sweat pants, toques, and jackets – all sold at cost. You can make and pay for your order on the website and all orders will be delivered to the school upon production.
Hurry and order today. The store closes on November 25!
Attention students, parents, and guardians: the first progress report of semester one will be provided to students on Tuesday, October 11. These reports are designed to give an idea of how a student is progressing in class. Progress reports are given directly to students, who are expected to bring them home.
GCHS will host parents/guardians for a Parents’ Night on Wednesday, October 12 from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Appointments for ten-minute sessions can be made with each teacher by students.
If you are unable to attend Parents’ Night but still have questions about a student’s progress in a course, you are invited to contact the teacher through the high school.
For any other information or for questions, please contact Mr. Luomala, GCHS Principal.