IMPORTANT: Updated School Calendar

Please note the school calendar has changed in order to accommodate Act 80 days on November 12th and February 18th. There will be no school for students on these dates as our staff will be participating in professional development.

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IMPORTANT: Updated School Calendar

Please note the school calendar has changed in order to accommodate Act 80 days on November 12th and February 18th. There will be no school for students on these dates as our staff will be participating in professional development.

Senior Pictures: July 26 & 27, 2021

Class of 2022! Appointments are now available for your senior photography session with @strawbridgestudiosinc! Book here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050C4BAEAE2FA3FE3-johnstown1 #Expressions Parent or student questions about Senior pictures, please contact Strawbridge Customer Service department at customerservice@strawbridge.net or (866) 624-6229.

ATTENTION SPECIAL MESSAGE: Scam Phone Call Using JHS Football

The Executive Director of Cambria County Conservation and Recreation has been contacted by an unknown person stating that he was soliciting an ad for the "Greater Johnstown Football Program" and requested a $189.00 donation. Please know that this is a scam and this is not related to the Greater Johnstown School District.

Trojan Pride

Trojan Tradition

2021 Ring of Honor

The iconic hero and the coach of the 1958 WPIAL championship team each will be among seven former football standouts added to Greater Johns- town High School’s Trojan Ring of Honor on Friday. George Azar, who kicked the winning field goal against Clairton in front of 11,911 fans at Pitt Stadium, and Dave Hart, coach of the 1958 WPIAL title-winning Trojans, will each join the ring posthumously. The Trojan Ring of Honor’s second class also will include the late Joe DelSignore Sr. (Class of 1946), Jerry Davitch (Class of 1959), Ed Stetz (Class of 1968), Mario Hardison (Class of 1992), Brian Mangiafico (Class of 1992) and Quenteen Robinson (Class of 1996).

Cochran Class of 1933

Cochran Junior High School held its promotion exercises, to promote tenth grade students to the High School, on May 29, 1933, at 8:00 pm, at the Cochran auditorium. The class colors were blue and white, the class flower was a rose, and the class motto was "Crescat Scientia--May Knowledge Increase"

Cochran Class of 1932

Cochran Junior High School held its promotional exercises on May 31, 1932, at 8:00 pm, at the Cochran Auditorium, to promote tenth grade students to the High School. The class colors were green and white, the class flower was a rose, and the class motto was "Through Tribulation to Triumph". There were 249 students promoted.