Students enrolled 1112
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School leader Mr. Timothy S. Massie
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District Gallipolis City

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September 16, 2009
Even with a new building, it's just the same school with the same teachers.

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August 25, 2009
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January 29, 2009
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January 28, 2009
GAHS is not an ideal school. There's vast amounts of favoritism. If you're not a boy on the football team, or a girl on the track team, the activities you're involved in go unnoticed. Mock trial, band, and other extracurriculars only matter when there's some sort of scandal.

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January 23, 2009
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December 14, 2008
I went to school here. I hated it every day. The staff refused to do anything with students bullying each other because the bullies were from a certain family or social class. The 'assistant' principal is a joke, playing favorites with the students. Actually, most of the faculty is about favoritism. Only a few select teachers actually cared about their students (Mistah T and Mistah V!) I was extremely happy when I graduated because it meant that I would never have to step foot in that place again. I would never consider letting my children go to that school.

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January 16, 2008
If you want to get a quality education, play sports on a team that might win a game or two, and have a better preparation for college in Gallia county, Go to GAHS.

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September 04, 2007
I just graducated from gallia academy high school and enrolled this fall 07 into college and i am well prepared thanks to the teachers and staff at the high school.

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May 11, 2006
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- submitted by a student
September 20, 2004
Although some of the teachers at GAHS are great, the scool's policy on 'Best of Class' is embarrassing. My sister, who had a 4.25 gpa(due to a.p and honors), was beaten out by a girl who had a 4.0(all easy classes) and took 2 academic classes her senior year. This town is so small that you have to be a native(we are not) to get anything, from beat of class to leads in the musicals. It's very sad.

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April 16, 2004
'I would just like to say that some of the teachers at this school are not good. They never do one on one relations w/ their students. My children are doing well but are upset b/c their teachers ,some of them, aren't good at all. They have been learning but their teachers never get to the point or get distracted very easily. I ,though I will keep my child in this school, am dissapointed in this faculty.

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September 09, 2003
My children have just started going to Gallia Academy this year and my son is doing so much better. Mr. Patterson is a good teacher.

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2855 Centenary Rd
Gallipolis, OH 45631

(740) 446-3212
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2855 Centenary Rd, Gallipolis, OH  45631
(740) 446-3212
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