School News

AHS vs GEHS coming soon

They are "The Walkers." @Stephanie Walker, AHS Principal, and @Bob Walker GEHS Principal, look forward to the friendly rivalry. Football game day opener, Aug. 29.  Cincinatti Enquirer story is here

Battle of West Clermont!

Attention Green Team!!!

Help save the planet while having fun with friends.  Join Green Team.  The first meeting will be Wednesday August 27th after school in Room 118 in the West Building.  Bring a friend and meet new ones.

Attention Students interested in Advanced Health Club!!!

For all Advanced Health Club Students planning to participate in this year's Moulage Event the Friday after Labor Day, there is a MANDATORY meeting THIS Friday the 22nd after school in Mrs Stear's Room 113. See Mrs Stear by Friday noon if you cannot attend the meeting.

2014-15 Lunch Schedule

2014-15 Traffice Pattern for the GLEN ESTE CAMPUS!


We made a few modifications to the traffic flow pattern on the Glen Este Campus to increase student safety!!!  This pattern significantly reduces students crossing traffic at arrival.  Campus Speed Limit is 10 MPH!!!

Thank you,

Principal Walker

Information from Freshmen Parent Orientation!

Parents & Freshmen!  

In case you couldn't be with us, I've uploaded the information from Freshmen Orientation!  Looking forward to a great year!

Principal Bob Walker

Glen Este High School Parent/Student Survey

Parents and Students,

Please take a moment to complete this brief survey to help us with how we are doing.  We will compare this data with last year's data to ensure we are making progress in all areas of concern.  Thank you for your time, I look forward to another productive year at GEHS!  

Go Trojans!

Principal Walker

Safe Schools; ALiCE Training

“Schools are some of the safest places for our children because most schools practice evacuation drills for fires and protective measures for tornadoes,” said West Clermont School District Superintendent Keith Kline. “However, just like practicing monthly fire drills, it’s important that staff knows how to respond in the very unlikely event of an armed intruder,” he added. 


2014-15 Pay to Participate Fees

Friendly reminder:
Pay to Participate Fees are now $250 per athlete. Athletes playing in two or more sports will not pay more that $500 annually. There is no family cap.

This reduction was made possible because of the $3 million realized from salary and benefit concessions made by employees, districtwide cost-containment, and a small increase in state funding. See RESOLUTION 14-37 – CHANGE 2014-2015 PAY TO PARTICIPATE FEE.

Upcoming Events

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