• Welcome to Grant's

    8th Grade Information Night


  • A Welcome From the Grant HS Royal Blues

     


  • On Tuesday, December 14th, from 5-7pm,

    we will be offering reserved 15 minute in-person tours

    for incoming 9th graders (along with a parent or guardian). 

    These tours, run by some of our student leadership students,

    are of limited availability, so please call the Main Office at 503.916.5160 to reserve a spot.

    Once your spot is confirmed, please know you will need to bring proof of vaccination.


  • Grant High School Administrative Team

  • James McGee James McGee
    Principal

    James brings more than 20 years of working with students and at-risk youth to Grant. Before moving into education, James held positions with organizations that support youth, including New Portland House of Umoja and Friends of the Children, which serve at-risk youth and students of color, and Young Minds of Awareness, which serves developmentally disabled students. James earned a Bachelor of Science in Social Science, with a certificate in Black Studies, from Portland State University; a Master of Arts in School Counseling from George Fox University; and a Preliminary Administrative License Certificate from Concordia University.

  • Robyn Griffiths Robyn Griffiths
    Vice Principal

    Although Robyn Griffiths, Grant's Vice Principal of Student Services, grew up in upstate NY, she has called Northeast Portland home for almost two decades.  After receiving her Master's degree in Fictions of Conflict from the University of York in the UK, Robyn entered the classroom as an English teacher with a strong advocacy for teaching from a variety of multiple perspectives.  Robyn joined us at Grant in 2020 after her tenure at Benson as a Dean of Students.  Being a Grant General is in Griffiths' blood, as her one of her daughters is a Grant graduate.  Robyn is an avid world traveler, but has rediscovered the grandeur and beauty of the Pacific Northwest these past few years.

  • Steven BensonSteven Benson
    Vice Principal

    Steven Benson grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan and attended the University of Michigan for his undergraduate studies (go blue!). Immediately after college, Steven moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma to begin his teaching journey. In Oklahoma, he primarily taught high school. While in Tulsa, Steven received his M.Ed. in Administration, Curriculum, and Supervision from the University of Oklahoma (boomer sooner!). In 2016, Steven decided to move back to his hometown and work for the Detroit Public Schools Community District. His biggest accomplishment was the creation and implementation of a K-12 independent reading initiative called Rise Up, Read More, which is still thriving in the district to this day. Steven is extremely excited for this new chapter in his life in Portland and at Grant High School. He cannot wait to immerse himself in the Grant community and to build on the amazing work of the leaders before him.

  • Scott Roosevelt Scott Roosevelt
    Vice Principal

    Scott Roosevelt is entering his 19th year in education. He began his career as a Social Studies teacher in Oakland, California but has been an educator in Oregon since 2008. His administrative career started after spending 14 years in the classroom teaching a variety of Social Studies courses and Student Government. This year, Scott is serving as our Curriculum and Instruction Vice Principal. In that role, he works closely with our teachers and counselors to ensure we are offering a wide variety of rigorous courses meant to engage ALL students at Grant HS. Additionally, he supports our Learning Center, AVID program, the Math and Social Studies departments, and works closely with the Instructional Leadership Team to bring relevant and meaningful professional development to our staff. Follow him at @KnowYour24 on twitter! #GoGenerals.
     

     


  • 9th Grade at Grant High School

    Click on any of the Links below to learn more about what Grant has to offer.

  • 9th Grade Core Course

  • 9th Grade Electives

  • Supports to make your 9th Grade year a SUCCESS!


  • Student Programs, Activities, Events and Helpful Information About Grant!


  • Course Requesting for 2022-23 Incoming 9th Graders will begin in January 2022. 

    Review this site before moving onto requesting your courses.

    Click HERE to view course requesting proceedure & documents.