Mission

Our mission at GIS is to be the best through leading peers, serving others, and overcoming all challenges.

Vision

Our vision at GIS is to enhance every student’s passion for learning and equip them with the tools they need to be successful every day.

Welcome to GIS!

We are the melting pot of GCS as all of our elementary schools converge into one school for the first time. We will have different ideas and cultures coming together to continue to grow and learn as we create a passion for learning and thinking.
GIS is the gateway for all that GCS has to offer for all students from our fine arts programs to athletic opportunities. We look forward to helping our students grow and learn!

GIS will be where 7 will become 1. All seven of our diverse elementary schools will converge into one building for the first time. Our students will have the opportunity to grow academically in academic subject areas as well as in Art, General Music, PE, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). Students will have a variety of athletic opportunities as 5th and 6th graders both will be able to participate in intramural and competitive sports. 

Our teachers will meet the needs of all students through our district curriculum utilizing resources and materials to keep students engaged and excited about learning. They will use projects, cooperative learning, hands-on activities, and a host of other strategies to challenge students to critically think and apply their knowledge to in their everyday lives. 

At GIS, we will inspire students to grow in their learning, engage them in learning that will challenge their thinking, and empower them to be active lifelong learners. 

Administrators

Moises Trejo – Principal
Liz Martin – Assistant Principal

Counselors

Shelly Banes
Travis Welch
Katie Carl

Policies

All students are provided with a handbook that outlines all the policies and procedures that they are expected to abide by at GIS that is located digitally on their student laptops. You can download the current GIS Handbook here.

Student Handbooks:

(If the forms are not visible below, click here.)

Facts & Figures

Detailed information about GHS on the Indiana Department of Education Website

School Improvement Plan

Every school, as part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act and Indiana’s Public Law 221, must have a school improvement plan. Each school has an improvement team comprised of staff, parents, and community members. These teams developed their initial building plan in 2001-02 and revise the plan as needed each year.

To view the School Improvement Plan for Goshen Intermediate School, please click on the following link: School Improvement Plan – not available for the 2021-22 School Year.