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August 28~ First Day of Class

Sept. 4~ No Class

Oct. 2~ Deadline for Financial Aid for Spring

Nov. 22-25~ Thanksgiving Break

Nov. 27~ Last Day to Drop Fall Classes

Dec. 6~ Last Day of Class before finals

Dec. 7-13~ Finals for Classes

Jan 3-13~ Register for Spring classes 

Jan 16~ Classes begin for 16 week

Jan 22~ Classes begin for 15 week

March 12-17~ Spring Break

April 23~ Last Day to drop Spring Classes


                                   Gregory Portland Wildcat Football Season 

                                         Spirit Days for 2017-2018

August 25, Scrim vs Rockport ~ GP Spirit Out

Sept. 1, vs El Campo ~ America Day

Sept. 14, vs Carroll ~ Tacky Tourist Day

Sept. 22, vs Flour Bluff (lil Cats night)~ Decade of 70's, 80's & 90's

Sept. 29, vs King ~ Neon Day

Oct. 6, vs Miller ~ Pink Out Day

Oct. 13, vs Calallen ~ Braids & Camo

Oct. 20, vs Alice ~ Red & Blue

Homecoming Week:

Mon: Nerd Day

Tues: Twin Day

Wed: Western Day

Thurs: Team Up for St. Jude (jersey & team day)

Friday: Red & Blue Day

Seniors & Juniors wear Blue. Sophmores & Freshmen wear Red

Oct. 27, vs Tuloso Midway ~ Character or Disney Day

Nov. 3, vs Ray (Parent's Night) ~ Preppy/ Frat Friday

Nov. 10, Zone Playoff ~ Animal Print Day

Varsity Cheerleaders


Savannah Hartman, Aleena Lang, Jacey McClary, Madison Ramsey, & Allyson Spears


Callie Adams, Jasmine Cahill, Sarah Chavez, Riley Floerke, Ashley Harrison, Madi Johnson, Ashley Simonds, Alexa Villarreal, & Barrett Weatherford


Taylor Alvarado, Ericha Bell, Andrea Vasquez


Cierah Adame, Kaely Cortez, & Leanna Ruiz

Mascots: Kathleen Flinn & Jonah Lear





Ms. Jennifer Aleman

Dual-Credit Coordinator

Varsity Cheer Coach


Email: jaleman@g-pisd.org

Phone: 361/777-4251


Period Class
1st Dual Credit
2nd Dual Credit
3rd Dual Credit
4th Dual Credit
Lunch C
5th Dual Credit
6th Conference
7th Cheerleading



Welcome to Gregory Portland High School! I am excited for this school year! I have been with GP for 12 years and I love my job! I truly enjoy being apart of the Dual Credit Program here at the high school. Being able to jump start your college career in high school is a great way to get ahead. Having the college experience in high school is a great opportunity, it allows you to prepare yourself and develop the study habits you will need in college to be successful. The expectations are high, so come prepared, be ready to learn, and enjoy the ride!  


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