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English 10 and 11 TESTS will be the first week!
English 10 and 11 TESTS will be the first week!
USG Mission and Vision
"Literacy First - Students College Ready"

"To Increase Student Achievement"

No Firearms on Campus:  Effective November 1, 2012, state law will allow the open carrying of firearms by citizens with Concealed/Open Carry Permits issued by the OSBI.  All firearms have to be in a holster.  According to Oklahoma law Firearms/Weapons are NOT PERMITTED on school grounds or within 1000 ft of school as per the Gun Free School Zone Act (1995). 

Vice Principals
Ms. Jennifer Kleyn, Seniors 
Ms. Cathy Hill, Juniors 
Mr. Micah Mattingly, Sophomores A - L
Mr. David Chandler, Sophomores M - Z
Ms. Teresa Tedder, Freshman Academy
Mr. Jason Burkhart, Freshmen
Counselors & Secretaries
Grades 10, 11 & 12
Last Name A-E
 Mrs. Susan Bosch 
Last Name F-L, Mr. Charles Menefee
Last Name M-Q,  Ms. Robin Lindsey
Last Name R-Z, Mrs. Lindsey Williams
FreshmenMrs. Amber Dubuc
Intervention - Ms. Stephany Ferreira

Native American
Ms. Pat Myers
Ms. Erica Graessle
Financial, Mr. Josh Holder
Attendance, Ms. Carla Smith
Student Services, Ms. Gina Coulter
Counselors, Ms. Sheila Swoap
Counselors, Ms. Diana Avila
Registrar, Ms. Arisa Antunez
Registrar, Ms. Patricia Zaldivar
CLICK BELOW to find School Report Card information from the Office of Accountability at the State Department of Education.  

2014 Report Card ...

2013 Report Card ...
2013 Profile

Office of Accountability Letter
2012 Report Card ... Page 1 ... Page 2
2012 Profile ... Page 1 ... Page 2
2012 Principal's Message
Title I Information
USG Parents and stakeholders my find the latest information on Grant High School Title 1 and the WISE Plan in the front office. Also, you may go to the WISE WEBSITE for more information about GRANT and the Leadership Program.

Click here to read the USG Parent Involvement Policy
Parent Newsletter


   School Times 7:35 to 2:25

BE AT SCHOOL by 7:15 to get through the SCANNERS!
TARDY at 7:35!


Building Closes at 2:30 if you are NOT with a sponsor!

TARDY POLICY: 1st Tardy - Verbal Warning/Conference with Student; 2nd Tardy - Detention with teacher and call to parent; 3rd Tardy - Referral to administrator (Lunch Detention with Mr. Redding); 4th Tardy - Referral to administrator (3 days ISS); 5th Tardy - Referral to administrator and severe interventions


(New Scholarships are ADDED DAILY)


REMEMBER School STARTS at 7:35!  Be at school by 7:20 so you will NOT be TARDY!

Week of March 23 - 28...WIDA TESTING
Baseball Team selling Free Dress Wristbands for Friday, March 27
Friday, March 27 - Boys Baseball Tournament All City if WIN on Thursday play at 6:30 pm ... if Lose play at 4:30; Boys Soccer @ Midwest City; Track Meet @ Norman - 10 am
Saturday, March 28 - SATURDAY SCHOOL 8 to 12; ALGEBRA I Tutoring for EOI 10:00 to 12; Boys Baseball Tournament All City

Week of March 30 - April 4 ...WIDA TESTING and EOI Retakes
Link Crew selling Free Dress Wristbands for Friday, April 3 & Senior Appreciation Week (Envelopes in front of cafeteria)
Monday, March 30 - Give the Senior a Note
Tuesday, March 31 -
JV soccer @ 3:30 with Southeast; V soccer @ 6:00 with Southeast; Give the Seniors a Favorite Snack 
Wednesday, April 1 - Tutoring Intervention; Dance Show at 3:30; Give a Senior a Picture on Wednesday
Thursday, April 2 - Boys Baseball Tournament at Jones; Dance Show at 7:00; Give a Favorite Memory on Senior
Friday, April 3 - Boys Baseball Tournament at Jones; Soccer with Westmoore (JV at 3:30 & V at 6:00); Give the Seniors a KISS (chocolate) on Friday
Saturday, April 4 - SATURDAY SCHOOL 8 to 12; ALGEBRA I Tutoring for EOI 10:00 to 12; Boys Baseball Tournament at Jones; Tennis at Earlywine

Check the
Athletic Calendar for more info about times and locations.

NOTE:  To read captions on pictures above ... place mouse on picture and hold.

USG Info and Highlights
DANCE DEPARTMENT presents their annual Dance Show.  Show Times are Wed., April 1 at 3:30 p.m.; April 2 at 7 p.m.; April 3 at 7 p.m.  Doors open 30 minutes prior to the show time.  Tickets will be on sale beginning Monday, April 30th during lunches.  Cost will be $5 per ticket.

WANT A COLLEGE EXPERIENCE .. OSU-OKC will be sponsoring "College Forum". 
This is a one day opportunity for students and their parents to learn about college options and receive information about college.  The experience will take place on April 11th for any 9th or 10th grade student. You must have a parent with you. The location is 900 N. Portland Avenue.  Breakfast is served at 9:30 am and the EVENT is FREE!  Click HERE for more information and the registration sheet.

PROM May 9th at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art Rooftop Terrace.  Watch for more information about ticket sales.

OSU - OKC SCHOLARSHIPS ... Deadline April 15 ...
Click here for more information about scholarships.

On April 9 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. there will be a workshop to help students and parents find out how to pay for college for undocumented students.  The event will take place in the U.S. Grant Cafeteria.  Please arrive on time and stay the entire time as the presentation will take this amount of time.  You need to bring your past tax documents, recent bank statements, mortgage and rent payments from the year 2014.  If you have DACA, please bring your information when you attend.
PARENTS ... Read HERE about "How I can HELP my High School Student SUCCEED". These tips are made available by our Gear-Up Staff at U.S.G.

Talk With Us: A Community Forum on South Oklahoma City on Thursday, April 16 from 6-7 p.m. at the Capitol Hill United Methodist Church Gymnasium.  Location at 123 S.W. 25th St., Oklahoma City.
Residents, business owners and the community-at-large are invited to a Q&A discussing the challenges South Oklahoma City neighborhoods face with Oklahoma City Councilwoman Meg Salyer, Oklahoma City Public Schools Board Member Gloria Torres, and Attorney Michael Brooks-Jimenez. This free public event is presented by Oklahoma Watch and OU’s Gaylord College of Journalism.

ACT PREP CLASS:  TIMES will be 10 am to 2 pm.  Cost is $20 per student. LAST DATES are: March 28th and April 4th.
The Location is 123 SW 25th Street, Suite 100 in Oklahoma City and their Phone Number is 405-272-5140
You need to call or visit the center to enroll for the class. For more information contact: marina.c.rodriguez@occc.edu or call 580-483-1834.



"GENERALLY SPEAKING" (News Stories for 2014-15)
  • Drew Rhodes, Teacher of the Year Finalist
    Congratulations to Mr. Drew Rhodes, Oklahoma History and Geography Teacher at USG for being one of the nine teacher of the year state finalist. Click here to see the "Oklahoman" newspaper clip.
  • Roland Pichardo FB Fan Favorite
    CONGRATULATIONS to US Grant football player, Roland Pichardo, was named  FAN Player of the Week in the "Oklahoman" - Here's the link to see the article... ROLAND FANS CHOICE and click here to see is a picture of the final results.
  • Coach Moore, USG Asst Football Coach
    Watch the Sports Clip from Channel 4 (KFOR) news on USG'S Assistant Football Coach, Jessica Moore.  Coach Moore has made news this year as being one of the few Female Football Coaches in the state of Oklahoma. 
  • USG Defeats Capitol Hill
    GREAT JOB USG Football TEAM and COACHES for defeating Capitol Hill!   The "Oklahoman" had an article in the sports section talking about the USG team and successes.  Please click here to read the article.
  • USG Athletics Elevate Program
    News 9 highlighted the USG Sports Award Programs in the newscast "Beyond the Bell".  The newscast dealt with  the "Elevate Character" program.  Watch the news link by clicking here: Elevate Program
  • Quay Robertson and USG Football
    Congratulations to the Football Team and Coaches on their WIN Friday night against Northeast.  Click here to read the article by the "Oklahoman" on the Team and Quay Robertson.
  • USG's Has Female Asst. Football Coach
    "The Oklahoman" published an article by Scott Wright about Ms. Jessica Moore, Female, Assistant Football Coach at USG. Read the wonderful article and check out the photo's captured by the "Oklahoman" photographer, David McDaniel.
  • College Scholarships and More
    Click here for information about scholarships and college found on the Oklahoma City Public Schools Web Site.
  • Testing Information for Parents
    You can find the definitions for all the tests given at USG 
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DRESS CODE for 2013-14
The Dress Code is khaki pants!  THERE ARE NO JEANS ... NOT EVEN TAN!  NO SHORTS! 
has been added as a color for shirts and jackets! 
SHIRTS ... solid Red, Gray, Black, or White Polo Shirts with 3 buttons (NO WRITING).  Undershirts must also be Red, Gray, Black or White!
JACKETS/HOODIES ... solid Black, Red, Gray or White (NO WRITING)
SHOES ... No flip flops or house shoes
Spirit Shirts must be BLACK/RED/GRAY/WHITE and cannot be a homemade shirt or blood drive!

For more details read the attached flyer: DRESS CODE

ITEMS That are NOT permitted at the scanner:
No opened or un-opened bottles with liquid inside. (sealed cans are permitted)
No glass items (makeup bottles, perfume bottles, mirrors, etc.)
No Hats or Bandanas
No belt buckles with gang affiliations or belt buckles that would identify with drug culture and/or lifestyle (ex. Marijuana buckles).
No jewelry that identifies with gang or drug culture and/or lifestyle or jewelry worn as a weapon.
No alcohol, drugs, drug paraphernalia, or medication (prescription or over the counter)
No cigarette lighters, No cigarettes/tobacco, No Vaporizers, and No aerosol spray cans
No Weapons (gun, knife, razor, brass knuckles, ammo, toy gun, cap gun, bb gun,pellet, gun or similar device, or any other object that could be used to inflict bodily harm).
No sharpies/permanent markers, No whiteout, No laser pointers
No sexually explicit material, or notebooks or inappropriate drawings and/or gang affiliations.

Allowable Items:
Textbooks, reading books, notebooks, pens and pencils, paper, clothing for extracurricular activities, eye glasses, sun glasses, deodorant, plastic spray bottles of perfume/cologne, hair brush/comb, make up in non-glass containers, food to be eaten at lunch, an empty water bottle should they choose to fill it with water during the day, Sealed can drinks, Lotion and hand sanitizer

NOTE: Students will be allowed to pick up any item confiscated at scanning (unless it is food, drink, or weapon/drug related) in the front office at the end of the day.