Gordon-Rushville Public Schools is a consolidated district. Our district covers 2300 square miles consists of one 9-12 high school located in Gordon, a 6-8 middle school located in Rushville and two K-5 elementary schools including Pre-K located in Rushville and Gordon along with five rural attendance centers. Rural attendance centers are located in Merriman and Lakeside, Golden Spade is 35 miles south of Gordon and Extension is 23 miles north of Rushville. Schools in the district are NCA and NDE accredited. With a high poverty rate, bordering a socio-economically impacted area, we are striving to positively impact student populations geographically and economically. Gordon-Rushville Public School District has an enrollment of approximately 730 students and serves a population that is one fourth Native American. We have an Alternative High School and courses offered through distance learning and other modes of technology. Our staff and students actively work with mentoring programs to build relationships, develop cultural awareness and promote positive choices. We are proud of our ethnic diversity and the achievement of our students and staff.
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Activities offered at the middle school level (7-8) include:
We are a Class C1 school and belong to the Western Trails Conference. Competitive activities offered at the high school include: Football, Cross Country (Class D), Volleyball Girls and Boys Golf, One Act Play, Instrumental and Vocal Music, Speech, FFA, Girls and Boys Basketball, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Track, Mock Trial and Quiz Bowl
Football, Cross Country, Volleyball, Instrumental and Vocal Music, Girls and Boys Basketball, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Track