Gavit High School
HAMMOND | Thirty years ago, Lora Earl walked the halls of Gavit High School as a member of the pom pom squad. Today, her daughters Amber and Lily are students and athletes at the same school.
HAMMOND | As the world becomes more connected, secrets become harder to keep. However, my generation has a secret: FIRST (For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology).
HAMMOND | The 100- and 200-meter dash is the Super Bowl of track and field, thrilling events that put a lump in your throat and bring crowds to their feet.
Three area high schools joined Indiana's Advanced Placement Training and Incentive Program, created to increase college- and career-readiness, administered by the University of Notre Dame.
HAMMOND | Successfully passing algebra 1 is the most accurate predictor of high school graduation. Recently students in the freshman academy at Gavit High School were made aware of this fact and were given the opportunity to take some positive steps towards graduation.
HAMMOND | Students in the Gavit High School science department have been actively pursuing their education in recent days.
HAMMOND | On Feb. 8-12, sixth graders from the Planets Community at Gavit Middle School and Gavit High School went to Purdue Calumet to go to the Challenger Learning Center. Everyone that attended said they had fun.
HAMMOND | Morton coach Kevin Dermody wrote simple instructions on the locker room chalkboard at halftime.
HAMMOND | Gavit High School will host a fundraiser to support those affected by the Connecticut shooting tragedy on Jan. 10.
Calumet's Noah Fowler runs the ball against Gavit during Friday's game at Gavit.
Calumet player Kyle Hubbard runs the ball against Gavit player Jacob Jiminez during Friday's game at Gavit.
Gavit quarterback Aryk Rivoli-Johnson huddles with coaches and players during Friday's game against Calumet at Gavit.
Gavit's Tashon Rogers runs for a touchdown against Calumet in the fourth quarter Friday at Gavit. Rogers scored Gavit's last two touchdowns on runs of 3 and 26 yards.
Gavit's Xavier Copeland, left, and Tashon Rogers celebrate Rogers' touchdown against Calumet during Friday's game at Gavit.
Gavit's Juan Sepulveda runs the ball during Friday's game against Calumet at Gavit.
Morton players stand for the national anthem before their Friday game against Griffith at Morton.
Griffith player Austin Brown scores a touchdown Friday as he is tackled by Morton player David Wall at Morton.
Morton quarterback Jimmy Glidewell passes against Griffith during the first quarter Friday at Morton.
Griffith player Brett Brinkley runs the ball Friday against Morton at Morton.
Morton player Kendall Huff runs the ball against Griffith's Alex Diaz during the first quarter of their football game at Morton.
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