GIBSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Home of the Pioneers
Established in 1980 - 1981, Gibson County High School is a comprehensive, consolidated school comprised of students from Dyer, Gibson, Medina, Rutherford, Spring Hill, and Yorkville Elementary Schools. It is located on Highway 45 between Trenton and Dyer. Enrollment averages 675 students. GCHS offers a wide spectrum of classes, both academic and vocational, as well as numerous extracurricular activities. Yearly, our band students, the Academic Decathlon team, HOSA/VICA members, the Beta Club, the art club and FHA students advance to regional, district and state level competitions.
Gibson County High School Mission Statement
The mission of Gibson County High School is to ensure that students have the skills necessary to become productive citizens and lifelong learners by providing learning opportunities in a safe, nurturing, challenging environment.
Gibson County High School Beliefs
1. We believe all students can learn.
2. We believe a safe, positive, disciplined environment is necessary for effective learning.
3. We believe that family and community involvement is essential to the learning process.
4. We believe teachers and students should be technologically literate.
5. We believe that education should prepare students to lead full, productive lives.
Gibson County High School Vision
"LEARNING IS FOREVER"