Crew, softball, tennis, and track enjoyed success on the first weekend in May.
At May Day 2015, members of the senior class were presented to an appreciative crowd of family, friends, and faculty. A queen and her court, dances, and the winding of the May Pole were part of the tradition, one that started in 1914.
Two GPS faculty members recently received regional and state recognition.
GPS science students spent Earth Day on the Tennessee River in education workshops on Living Lands & Waters' educational barges.
An award luncheon for a distinguished alumna, a graduate with notable professional achievements, and two inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame kicked off Alumnae Weekend.
Student leadership for the Honor Council, Student Council, and Partnership in Community are announced for 2015-16.