Announcement: High School Graduation will be held in the High School Gymnasium on June 2nd, 2013 at 1:30pm.
The Best Midwestern Writing Competition has announced winners of its student writing competition, and Gobles senior Elizabeth Ketchum won first prize in the Non-Fiction (11/12) category for her piece The Mirror in Her Words about a visit she made with her mother and sisters to a nursing home. The contest was open to high school students across the Midwest, sponsored by Western Michigan University.
At the April 15 ceremony to induct students into the 2012-2013 National Honor Society at Gobles High School, featured speaker Pam Westcott challenged sixty-one students to personalize the symbol of the NHS torch: to live their lives as beacons of integrity, character, inquiry and kindness. Student officers followed Westcott and spoke of the four pillars of the National Honor Society, then lit candles to symbolize the spreading of that flame.
Here Gobles NHS President Nicole Lauhon lights a candle to represent leadership. Lauhon, a senior, is daughter of David and Debbie Lauhon.
Gobles History Club students traveled to sites in Greece and around the Mediterranean Sea during Spring Break, 2013. Here Gobles juniors Brooklyn Wiseley and Danielle Cooper pose for a photo at the seaside in Mykonos, Greece.
Gobles High School Senior Keegan Scholte has been selected as one of two Michigan youths to receive the prestigious The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for 2013, and will be recognized at an event in Washington, D.C. this spring with other outstanding youth volunteers from across the country.