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Picture Day

This year picture day will be on October 4th and 5th. It is important that everyone takes a picture to get their ID Card. In efforts to speed up lunch lines, students will be expected to swipe their ID badge instead of punching in their number on the pad. This ID will also be needed to check out books and material from the Media Center. Did you know your school ID will also count as a valid ID Card when applying for work?

Class of 2024 Senior Pictures

Class of 2024, appointments are available during the school day on October 12. This is the last date, so please sign up. Portrait packages are available ranging from $25 to $80. There is also a no cost option available for a basic yearbook sittingGo to the Legacy Studios website to book your appointment.

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Our mission is to encourage students to become responsible, productive citizens and life-long learners through innovative instruction based on individual needs in a safe and caring environment.


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About Our School

Great Mills High School is the oldest high school in Southern Maryland opening in 1929. The school’s rich and proud tradition of serving a diverse school community that meets the academic, social, and emotional needs of its students is a source of pride and accomplishment. The school carries on that tradition of diversity, serving a student body that is 58% of color (35%-AA, 3.4% Asian, 13%-Hispanic, 10%-2 or more races, 37%-White). The current student enrollment is 1804 students. We have 37% of our student body receiving free and reduced meals and 11% of are students with disabilities.

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