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Mission/Vision Statements

The Gadsden Team of students, teachers, staff, administrators, parents, and community members will promote high expectations through a diverse and structured curriculum to prepare our students for post-secondary college and/or career readiness choices.
The Gadsden Team will provide a nurturing environment that promotes student engagement in education, development of self-respect, which prepares and inspires students to become productive citizens.

Principal's Message

The State of NM Environmental Department requires periodic testing of the Gadsden High School tap water for contaminants such as lead and copper.  The latest tests conducted show acceptable or non-detected levels of copper and lead in the drinking water.  Actual test results for each collection point at the campus are available for public viewing at the GHS main administration office.
El Departamento del Medio Ambiente del Estado de NM requiere pruebas periodicas del agua portable de Gadsden High School por contaminantes tal como plomo o cobre. Las ultimas pruebas hechas demuestran niveles aceptables o no detectables de cobre o plomo en el agua potable. Los resultados de esas pruebas para cada punto de coleccion estan disponibles para inspeccion publica en la oficina administrativa de GHS.

Upcoming Events

  • Pajama Day (Put Drugs to Sleep!)

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  • Red Ribbon Week

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  • Ice Cream Social

    Under the canopy next to the Varsity Gym
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  • Crazy Socks/Shoes/Boots Day - Kicking Drugs to the Curb!

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  • Backwards Day - Turn Your Back on Drugs!

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Daily Announcements

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Red Ribbon Week - October 25th - October 31st  Red Ribbon Week.tif 

Attention Students, the Leos club would like you to help out and donate eyeglasses frames to help people around the world who are in need of glasses. Donation  boxes will be placed in the Library. We appreciate your help. Any type of donation will be greatly appreciated.

Support GHS Dream Team - Students get your tickets for the Paya Brothers show next Friday the 28th.  Tickets will be $3.00 donation.   Tickets will be available with Ms. Cardona , Mr. Enriquez, Ms. Delgadillo and Mr. Tejeda

Seniors : The College representative from UTEP will be here to answer questions on Friday Oct. 21st at 1:00p.m. in the Career Center. Please sign- up at the front office if your interested in attending.

Any male student athlete interested in playing baseball for Gadsden Panthers, please sign up this week with coach Yanez in portable 16.

Your GHS Panther Pride Marching Band will be competing in the Socorro Independent School District March Fest this Saturday at 9:15 in the morning. We wish the best of luck on their first competition of the year. Go Panthers!

Jostens will be here on November 13th & 14th during both lunches.  Important deadline for ordering: December 13th & 14th during both lunches.

Jostens will be on open Saturday’s from 10:00 a.m. thru 1:00 p.m., or 9:00 thru 12:00 p.m.

 New Address:  7618 Boeing Dr., Suite I, El Paso, Texas  79925, Phone: 915-584-3464

Seniors the deadline for the Coca Cola Scholarship and other National Scholarships is Oct. 25th. Please see Ms. Dominguez in the Counseling Center ASAP for more information. 

Teacher and staff the Panther Paw/ School Store is now open for business. Please share this information with your students. Thank You!

Anyone interested in wrestling , please contact Coach Velez. Wrestling season begins Oct. 31st

Basketball season is getting ready to start! Any girls interested in joining the girl's basketball team, please see Ms. Valtierra in the North Building room 220.


Panther News



In The Spotlight

It is an honor to announce that Ms. Miranda has been awarded the AP Insight Program Grant which will be serviced through the Region IX Education Cooperative for the 2016-2017 academic year and she will begin to unlock the learning potential of the AP insight Program in her classroom. Ms. Miranda now has access to additional resources and support to help her students in AP Calculus. 20 schools were awarded the AP Insight Program Grant and Mrs. Miranda is the only New Mexico teacher who received this grant.


Gadsden on Deck. Our NJROTC Cadets Placed 3rd overall at the Stars and Stripes Area 9 NJROTC Qualifier drill Meet at Socorro H.S. qualifying for the National Qualifier Drill Meet in Oklahoma City in the Spring. Extremely proud of these cadets. Results are as follows:
Unarmed Exhibition- 1st place
Unarmed Regulation- 3rd place
Armed Exhibition- 3rd place
Armed Regulation- 3rd place
Color Guard- 2nd place
Physical Fitness- 3rd place
Inspection- 3rd place

Panthers In Action