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All-Sports Banquet - Tues May 29th

The Glasgow Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet will be returning to St. Raphael's Gymnasium on Tuesday May 29th at 6 PM.  ALL 2017-18 participating student athletes must RSVP at the High School office by Wednesday May 23rd!  This event is semi-formal.  Coaches and athletes are expected to dress accordingly.  

Irle School Spring Performance Schedule

May 24, 2018

Seniors last week schedule
GHS State Music Results


Here are the results for the Glasgow music students from the Eastern State Music Festival May 4-5 at Skyview High School in Billings:


Superior (I) rating

Richard Cunningham, trombone solo

Glasgow Swing Choir

Isabelle Griffin, flute solo

Hannah Anderson/Heidi Anderson, vocal duet

Glasgow Jazz Band

Hannah Anderson/Leisha Stoddard, vocal duet

Swing Choir Small Group

Colin Jamba, clarinet solo

Hannah Anderson, vocal solo

Swing Choir Girls

Aubrey Barlow/Stephanie Barlow, vocal duet



Excellent (II) rating

Glasgow Swing Choir Boys

Hannah Mickelson/Aidan Peters, woodwind duet

Vincent Chappell/Colin Jamba, saxophone duet

Harley Cook, vocal solo

Morgan Paju, clarinet solo

Colin Jamba/Aidan Peters, woodwind duet

Bailee Baxter/Emma Miller, flute duet

Ian Wright, vocal solo

Niki Turner, piano solo

Sheree Cook, woodwind duet

Grade 8 Field Trip to Havre
Grade 5/6 Bottle Rockets
Grade 7 Egg Drop
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Athletics & Activities

Glasgow High School Athletic Schedules 2017-18 

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Glasgow Middle School Athletic Schedules 2017-18 

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Glasgow School District Activities Bus Departure Times (Spring 2018)

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Glasgow High School (Glasgow, Montana) began sponsoring athletics in 1911. GHS truly believes activities are the other half of your child’s education. Sports and competition create work ethic, healthy lifestyles, and the ability to work as a team. Glasgow’s Athletic teams were originally termed the “Huskies” from 1911 till 1928, briefly changed to the “Highlanders” from 1929 to 1942, before finally becoming the Scotties in 1943. The Scotties of Glasgow High School have won 46 Montana State Championships in their storied history. Glasgow High School currently offers twelve sports for students grades 9-12. (Football, Volleyball, Boys and Girls Cross Country, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Basketball, Softball, Boys and Girls Track and Field, and Boys and Girls Golf.) They have been competing at the Class B level (40 teams) in the MHSA (Montana High School Association) since the 1992-93 school year.

We encourage ALL of our students to become involved in extra-curricular activites.  For questions or more detailed information please contact: 

Activities Director, Brenner Flaten, at: flaten@mail.glasgow.k12.mt.us or visit his webpage: HERE

Want to donate $$ to help with the sustainability of ALL Scottie Activities?  Please visit the Scottie Booster Club and get familiar with the different ways you can help us.  Endowments, Personal or Business Memberships, Capital Improvement Donations are all greatly appreciated. Join the Booster Club: HERE


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Employment Opportunities

The Glasgow School District utilizes Recruit and Hire as our Employment Portal.  
Please click on the Recruit and Hire link below to begin the application process.

Recruit & Hire 

Current Certified Positions

School Psychologist
Elementary Teacher

High School English

Current Coaching Positions

Head Cheer

Current Classified


Current On-Going Positions

Bus Drivers -- We will train
Substitute Teacher/Aide
Substitute Custodian