Welcome to Gruver HS!  For more information about our school please see the links above and below.  

Amarillo Women’s Network has established a scholarship fund to support the educational goals of deserving individuals who seek to improve their career potential.  The $750 AWN scholarships are awarded annually for the following school year (fall and spring semesters) to recipients who have demonstrated leadership ability and initiative in their past educational and work efforts and who are pursuing a degree which will enable them to reach their professional goals.  Financial need is not the primary consideration.

Deadline for submission of applications with attachments shall be April 1 each year and must be in the hands of the committee chair by 5:00 p.m. that day.

Visit the AWN website at https://www.amarillowomensnetwork.org/services/ for the guidelines and application. If you have questions, contact Glena McPeters at glena.mcpeters@gmail.com.

Attention Junior Class Parents:

There will be a Junior parent meeting on March 18th at 7:00 p.m. in the HS Commons.  Please make plans to attend.  If you are unable to attend or have any questions, please contact one of the sponsors below for more info. 

Thank you,

Jr. Class Sponsors

Kelly Hart, Nikki Hart, Tracy Bevill, Kristi Holt, Sylvia Sims, Buster Brown



Atención Padres de la Clase Junior:

Habrá una reunión de padres de los Juniors el 18 de Marzo a las 7:00 p.m. en los comunes de HS. Por favor haga planes para asistir. Si no puede asistir o tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con uno de los patrocinadores a continuación para obtener más información.


Patrocinadores de la Clase de Juniors

Kelly Hart, Nikki Hart, Tracy Bevill, Kristi Holt, Sylvia Sims, Buster Brown


Gruver ISD Campuses
​Main Office
Phone: (806) 733-2001
Fax: (806) 733-5416
Gruver Elementary School

Phone: (806) 733-2031
Fax: (806) 733-5412
Gruver Junior High
Phone: (806) 733-2081
Fax: (806) 733-5523
Gruver High School
Phone: (806) 733-2477
Fax: (806) 733-2596

The Gruver FFA had seven students travel to Portales, NM on February 23rd to a horse judging clinic. The clinic was put on by Clarendon College and Eastern New Mexico State University. The clinic is focused on helping students expand and sharpen their horse evaluation skills. The future of Gruver FFA horse judging teams looks very bright.  





 The Gruver FFA Show team competed at the San Antonio Barrow show this past week. We had 11 students take hogs that they had been feeding since August down to the show. Each of these students and their families worked hard all season and the hard work and effort they each put in did not go unnoticed. There were several compliments from other ag advisors and leaders in the show pig industry that noticed the quality of the livestock we brought and the students abilities to show their animals at the elite level. Quirk said, "I am very proud of our families and students for their dedication and willingness to push through the adversities we encountered this season and how we as Gruver FFA were represented at the show, the best truly is yet to come."

Recent News



FCCLA Regional Meeting in Odessa 

     The FCCLA Region 1 Conference was held March 1 and 2, in Odessa. Gruver FCCLA members attending included the following students – Odalys Barrera, Kadi Morrow, Suzy Chavez,  Desiree Castorena, Alondra Borunda and Dafne Fernandez. The students completed Family and Consumer Science Assessments in the following areas: Etiquette, Job Interview and FCCLA Creed, Mission and Purposes. The group earned 1 gold medal, 3 silver medals and 2 certificates. The group listened to Rhett Laubach at the first General Session that gave a high energy presentation on leadership to inspire and motivate the group to embrace others differences and to be their best. The group attended the second general session on Saturday, and then headed to South Plains College to cheer for the Gruver Greyhounds.