Student Academic Interventions
Below is a compilation of student assistance opportunities. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your Associate Principal or your counselor.
- Assistance for Math: Before and after-school study help is staffed by certified teachers and is designed to help all GFH students. Night School and Saturday School also have math certified teachers available. Check with Counselors or Associate Principals for times of these assistance sessions.
- American Indian Education Support: Great Falls High School has our own Education Specialist for Indian Education for All, with an office on site at GFHS. Contact our Main Office for more information.
- Credit Recovery: Great Falls High School offers a daytime program through which qualifying students may work to recover credit in English. Credit recovery options can also explored through Night School and Saturday School. Check with Counselors or Associate Principals for times of these assistance sessions and learn how to get signed up.
- Focus School: Offers an alternative path for students who struggle with the traditional setting. Please see your Counselor or Associate Principal for more information.
- Night School: Night School is available to all Great Falls High School students. While traditionally offered as part of a learning plan to recover credit lost, some students take advantage of tutoring for math, history and English. Please see a counselor or administrator for more information.
- Peer Tutoring: National Honor Society offers peer tutoring through the STAT program and Saturday School. Additional tutoring may be arranged through NHS advisor. Please see your Counselor or Associate Principal for more information.
- Saturday School: Saturday School is available to any student who needs extra time to complete assignments. It is also an option for students who have received disciplinary consequences for truancy or other infractions, assigned by an administrator or designee. There are certified staff available to assist students with lessons and there are computers available to use for schoolwork. Please see your Counselor or Associate Principal for more information.
- Student-Parent-Teacher Conference Nights: Student-Parent-Teacher Conference Nights will be held in the Fall and in the Spring.
- Study Hall: All students who request, or are assigned to, a study hall are required to attend and to bring work to do during this time. Students are not allowed to leave study hall without a pass. Electronic listening devices may be used in study hall at the discretion of the study hall teacher.
- STAT (student teacher advocacy team): Is a program for incoming freshmen who require additional support for the transition to high school. Placement is based on a recommendation from your middle school or freshmen teachers.
- Summer School: Summer school may be available to students for credit make-up and is staffed by certified teachers. Summer school fees are charged per half credit and is payable prior to the first day of instruction. A strict attendance and behavior code is enforced.