Preparing for Life after High School

The faculty and staff at Glen Oaks Magnet believe that our students can become whatever they want to be, and we are determined to do everything in our power to help make that happen.  There are a variety of ways that GOHS students can become familiar with life after high school.  For example, on September 

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CNA Students Give Back!

During the month of December our students in the Certified Nursing Assistants program decided to give back to our local community.  They gathered baby supplies for the babies at Baton Rouge General, as well as personal care items for the residents of St. Clare Manor.  At the end of the semester they ended up delivering 

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Teachers become the Students!

It’s the beginning of a new calendar year and a new semester!  We are very excited to see everybody back and ready to learn… including the faculty!  While students got one last day to sleep in on Wednesday, January 4th, the faculty and administration were hard at work getting ready.  Meeting in the lunchroom, the 

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Coloring Across the Curriculum

Coloring books for adults are the latest rage to hit the bookstores and grocery store check-out lines!  It seems everybody knows somebody who is coloring as a new hobby or as a form of mediation.  The teachers and students of Glen Oaks High are no exception to the craze.  During our first few weeks at 

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Meet Timmy the Art Model

When art students at a medical magnet school need to work on their drawing skills in the month of October, who comes to help them?  “Timmy” the skeleton of course!  This week students and faculty members have seen Timmy, who was named by the students, floating up and down the halls with Ms. White.  In 

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What are Academic Highlights?

“Academic Highlights” is the webpage that GOHS will use to showcase some of the fantastic lessons and activities that are going on in our classrooms everyday!  Here at Glen Oaks we meet the requirements of the state and district curriculums and the additional rigors of magnet, honors, and Advanced Placement courses while also maintaining a sense of 

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