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BRODIE MITCHELL - Rising Rock Star @ G-P High School

This Wildcat is headed to the Air Force Academy! – Hear from Brodie about his plans for after high school, his classes for senior year, and what being a part of G-P Wildcat Athletics means to him as our featured “Rising Rock Star” of the week!


THANK YOU! - G-PISD's 3rd Annual State of the District

You might just see several Wildcats you know and love in our 2023 Video Feature from this year's State of the District! It's a 4-minute compilation of incredible students and staff representing our G-P schools and community with pride as they learn, work, play, and grow together. If you attended the event, then you know this was one of the highlights of Dr. Cavazos's presentation!


Tune in to the CATCast!

You have questions ... we have answers! Listen while you drive, waiting school pick-up lane, or as you go about your day and stay informed, G-P! The CATCast is our very own "talk radio" show via Apple, Google, and Spotify podcast channels featuring our students, families, teachers, district leaders and more! Tune in to the CATCast!

TEA Commissioner visits G-P Middle School

G-PMS student growth data shows the campus is exceling compared to state averages, which caused TEA Commissioner Mike Morath to take notice and visit our teachers and students! Watch & Learn More

Brand Style Guide for LOGO USE / PERMISSION

G-PISD is holding merchant meetings with local vendors who like to use our district logos/insignia for profit, and encourage ALL who would like permission to use logos -- organizations for nonprofit and for-profit, as well as employees -- to review the Brand Style Guide. Click here to learn more and view!

Applications Now Open - All Committees!

We're looking for YOU, G-P Family! Our application process is NOW OPEN for you to submit and be considered to serve on one of many district and/or campus committees. Share your voice, and serve our Wildcats! Learn More & Apply Today!

Looking for a Great Place to Belong?

Join TEAM G-P, and find your work family right here just like Freddy (28 years) and Danny (25 years) -- proud members of our incredible Maintenance & Facilities Department! View Job Postings

Free Student Meals for 2023-2024

Our G-PISD School Board and Administration care about making sure all students are fed at school, and families are able to navigate inflation during these times. As a result, they are funding free student meals for the second consecutive year. Limited-Time Offer - Learn More!


There's a lot on the horizon as G-PISD continues to grow, and we are grateful for support from our community to pass Bond 2023 as we plan for the road ahead. Learn more below! Read More

Building a Culture of Voting in the G-P Community

Your Gregory-Portland ISD School Board is encouraging the practice of voting in every election, and helping share voting information with the G-P community. Read More

Employee & Community Recognitions at G-PISD School Board Meeting

Congratulations! Some outstanding G-PISD students and employees were recently recognized at this month's board meeting.

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"What makes me proud to be a G-P Wildcat is the community."
Olivia Deleon, 4th Grade | East Cliff Elementary
"G-P is fun and the teachers are very nice. I have lots of friends, and learn interesting things."
Ainsley Harper Thomas, 3rd Grade | W.C. Andrews Elementary
"The teachers always have a super fun way of teaching."
Addison Devenney, 5th Grade | S.F. Austin Elementary
"I'm proud to be a Wildcat because I feel like I can be myself."
Cheyenne Cuellar, 9th Grade | G-P High School
"The environment here allows for character building and positive relationships."
Jakob Smith, Class of 2022 | G-P High School
"My teachers are kind, helpful, caring and super nice!"
Abigail Bowden, 4th Grade | T.M. Clark Elementary
"We get a great education, and the teachers are nice."
Brody Sanchez, 6th Grade | G-P Middle School

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“G-PISD schools strive to prepare students for the future."Eli Gerick, 11th Grade