We are a School of One with the following core values:
• Relationships matter and are the center of learning
• Inquiry-based academics for all
• Extra-curricular opportunities for all
• Respect and open-mindedness for different ideas and cultures

Goshen High School

401 Lincolnway East
Goshen, IN 46526

Main Office: 574.533.8651

Attendance – 574-533-0132
*Attendance can also be submitted through Skyward.

Administration Contacts:
Cathy DeMeyer— Principal — Ext. 21111
PJ Wolf – Dean of Students, 9th Grade, and Freshman Programming – Ext. 21131
Lexa Magnuson — Asst. Principal, 10th Grade and Testing — Ext. 21141
Tammy Erickson— Asst. Principal, 11th and 12th Grades, Special Education — Ext. 21161
Darin Holsopple — Asst. Principal, Flight Plans and Pathways— Ext. TBD

Jim Pickard— Athletic Director —574-533-0652
Officer Jeff Eaton— School Resource Officer — Ext. 20911

Counselors and Student Services: (574) 534-1323

Lindsey Kroening —Director of Counseling (Last names A-B) — Ext. 22101
Jesselle Schrock — (Last names C-GL) — Ext. 22131
Linda Dickerson — (Last names GM – MARQ) — Ext 22121
David Post — (Last names MARR-Ri) — Ext. 22141
Jeremy McLaughlin — (Last names Ro-Z) – Ext 22111

Maria Weaver— Registrar — Ext. 22102
Edith Diaz Quiroz— Student Counseling Receptionist — Ext. 22100
Gabriela Tovar —Parent Liaison— Ext. 21171
Tina Schmucker — Work Based Learning — Ext. 21200
Ken Cross — ICE/Work-Based Learning — Ext. 21210
Wendy Swallow — School Nurse — Ext. 21181
Tara Rauch – School Nurse Ext. 21181


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 digitally on their student laptops. You can download the current GHS Handbook here.

Student Handbooks:

(If the forms are not visible below, click here.)

Facts & Figures

Detailed information about GHS on the Indiana Department of Education Website

Per Indiana Code IC 20-30-5-7(d), all Indiana schools must report the results of the Naturalization Examination that is taken during the U.S. Government course. The results for the previous school year are as follows:

  • 96 – The total number of students who took the naturalization examination.
  • 949 – The number of students who passed the naturalization examination by a score of not less than
    sixty percent (60%) on their first attempt.
  • 97.9% – The pass rate of the naturalization examination regarding the students who participated.

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: School Improvement Plan