Capital Project Puts an Emphasis on Outdoor Education (Video)

Empowering our students by enhancing our outdoor learning spaces. The $21.8 million capital improvement project would provide an outdoor classroom pavilion at each of our school buildings, as well as updating other outdoor areas in the district.  Outdoor learning is just one facet of the capital improvement project. See what else is included in the …

Five Guilderland High School students receive all-state music honors

A group of Guilderland High School students  being recognized for their musical talents with statewide honors.  Four students have been picked to perform as part of the prestigious NYSSMA Conference All-State Music groups: John Giordano (senior), Bb Clarinet, Symphonic Band Caroline Jameson (senior), Soprano 1, Mixed Chorus Bohdan Kinal (junior), Alto Saxophone, Instrumental Jazz Grace …

GCSD Student Artwork on Display in Virtual Gallery

Guilderland students across the district created truly captivating artwork during the 2020-21 school year.  Our Art Department is celebrating that work with a virtual gallery of K-12 artwork. The collection gives a snapshot of how students took what they learned and created truly unique pieces. Here’s where you can view the virtual gallery.

GHS community holds Anti-Hate Rally

An Anti-Hate Rally was held by The Black Student Union, Student Government, Anti-Racism Committee, and Students and Teachers Against Racism at Guilderland High School on Friday, May 21. Students spoke about personal experiences with racism, bigotry and discrimination. The rally also included activities to help attendees gain more insight into these perspectives, as well as …

Fall 2 Sports Season is Here: Where to Watch Online, What to Know if Attending

On the court and the field – the “Fall 2” athletic season is set to begin. Sports included in the season are Volleyball, Bowling, Cheer and Football.  Whether it’s streaming live or outside in the stands, we can’t wait to support our athletes! Our Athletic Department and streaming team behind the scenes will do their …

VIDEO: Lynnwood Elementary Creates Black History Month Museum Throughout School

During the month of February, classes at Lynnwood Elementary created a museum to honor important figures for Black History Month. Classes studied an individual and created an exhibit on their class doors about the person’s life and contributions. “Just to have a foundation that everyone brings so much to our school and to our society …

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