GHS offers students quality choices in courses guided by State Academic Standards and crafted to help students learn and apply skills they need to be successful. Every one of the 1,700 students at GHS works with advisers and counselors to choose classes that fit their interests and needs.
Barry Younghans — Principal — Ext. 2454
Kim Gallagher — Principal, Merit— Ext. 3203
Randy Carpenter — Asst. Principal, 12th Grade — Ext. 2467
Jim Pickard — Asst. Principal, 11th Grade — Ext. 2465
Dan Butler — Asst. Principal, 10th Grade — Ext. 2613
Brian Bechtel — Asst. Principal, 9th Grade — Ext. 2466
Larry Kissinger — Athletic Director — Ext. 2524
Mike Johnson — School Resource Officer — Ext. 2463
Counselors and Student Services:
Lindsey Kroening —Director of Guidance (Last names A-E) — Ext. 2404
Jaimie Pierce — (Last names F-K) — Ext. 2406
David Post — (Last names L-Ra) — Ext. 2405
Jeremy McLaughlin — (Last names Re-Z) – Ext 2407
Sheryl Graves — Registrar — Ext. 2408
Jamie Lehman— Guidance Receptionist — Ext. 2403
Gabriela Tovar — ENL — Ext. 2468
Tina Schmucker — Work Based Learning — Ext. 2556
Ken Cross — ICE/Work Based Learning — Ext. 2410
Wendy Swallow — School Nurse — Ext. 2414
All students are provided with a handbook that outlines all the policies and procedures that they are expected to abide by at GHS that is located on digitally on their student laptops. You can download the current GHS Handbook here.
Facts & Figures
Detailed information about GHS on the Indiana Department of Education Website
School Improvement Plan
Every school, as part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act and Indiana’s Public Law 221, must have a school improvement plan. Each school has an improvement team comprised of staff, parents and community members. These teams developed their initial building plan in 2001-02 and revise the plan as needed each year.
To view the School Improvement Plan for Goshen High School, please click on the following link:
Being active and involved is an important part of success for students at GHS, allowing students form supportive relationships with teachers and other students. Students enjoy a variety of opportunities to participate in the various programs, clubs, organizations, athletics and performing arts
GHS also offers after-hours help for students who need extra time in the Media Center to work on computers, research, or get tutoring from staff.
Additionally, students enjoy an educational experience that is enhanced by multicultural diversity. Students can learn and form connections with people from other cultures, races, and ethnicities.
View the most recent episode of GTV school announcements.
Building a School of One: One School’s Journey – For more information about this book, written by former principals Jim Kirkton and Phil Lederach, click on the link