Gar-Field High School was authorized to offer the Diploma Programme in 2000, Middle Years Programme 2002, and we became the 7th IB World School offering the IB Career-related Programme in 2016. We offer one of the largest open access IB Diploma Programmes in North America with over 300 students examining each year. If you have just moved to the area and are interested in joining our program, please contact Mr. Bassett.
Mr. Bassett’s email is email@example.com
His number is (703-730-7000)
Gar-Field High School's Plumbing program gives you the theory and practical skills to become an apprentice plumber. Learn to install, repair and maintain plumbing fixtures, systems and equipment. Small class sizes, state-of-the-art facilities and expert faculty make Gar-Field's plumbing program a great choice for skilled trades education.
Contact: Robert Kushner
Historically, science and math have been taught in isolation. The project-based aspects of the Project Lead The Way curriculum give students a chance to apply what they know, identify a problem, find unique solutions, and lead their own learning, rather than be passive recipients of information in a question-and-answer, right-or-wrong learning environment. When students understand how their education is relevant to their lives and future careers, they get excited, and that is why PLTW students are successful.
Welcome to the Gar-Field Senior High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (MCJROTC) program. We are looking forward to a great year. The objectives of the program are to help cadets develop leadership skills, build character, promote citizenship and responsibility, and enhance self-discipline through the study and practical application of Marine Corps leadership traits and principles. Participation in the MCJROTC program incurs no obligation of future military service.
Our school carries traits like no other. Though many schools provide their own speciality programs and have a staff that is helpful such as ours, what they may lack in is diversity. With students coming from around the world speaking languages from east to the west hemisphere, we exemplify true diversity and that is what makes us stand out from many. We strive to push our students to achieve their fullest potential while also learning a few lessons of their own along the way. The teachers are always there to support and guide the students in ways that are imaginable which many admire and look up to them. The legacies we also leave to guide the next is what keeps the flame of pride of the Gar-Field Indians going.
To upcoming/current students:
High school is like a mini journey, only when you go through the journey it feels like one that lasts for ages. Patience is key in achieving any of your goals. Set the bar high and take baby steps along the way. It is also always great to have backup plans; however, from my experience you should always focus on your main goals as if you do not have plan to fall back on. Everyone has the potential to embrace their true selves. Those long nights of doing homework or reading may be dreadful in the moment, but always keeping your goal in mind is what drives you to power through your homework and even wake up w a smile every morning. While you do work hard in your studies, manage your time and always leave some time for yourself
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