Accepting Governing Board Applications

Accepting Governing Board Applications
Posted on 09/11/2017
Accepting Governing Board Applications

Currently accepting applications for Parent Member to serve on the Granada Hills Charter High School Governing Board

Term (two years) begins January 1, 2018

(A total of one (1) GHCHS parent will serve on the Governing Board)

Must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be parent of a currently enrolled GHCHS student
  • Must be non-interested (not a current employee of GHCHS)

The mandate of the Governing Board and stakeholders of GHCHS is to promote the guiding mission of GHCHS as articulated in the Charter. In order to do so the Governing Board is empowered to operate as the decision-making body in regard to school-wide policies. The governing structure is designed to foster participation by all stakeholders, and assure the effectiveness of local school control and accountability. As such, the Governing Board will exist to affirm or reject policy recommendations made by the standing or ad hoc committees established by the Governing Board, and to evaluate the Executive Director.

Please submit a statement of candidacy (resume consisting of experience, qualifications, interest, and understanding of GHCHS, its history, goals, etc.) by Friday, October 27, 2017 to:

Granada Hills Charter High School
Governing Board Screening Committee
Attn: Karla Diamond
10535 Zelzah Avenue
Granada Hills, CA 91344


Posted 9/11/2017




Currently accepting applications for At Large/Community Member to serve on the Granada Hills Charter High School Governing Board

Term (two years) begins January 1, 2018

(A total of five (5) At Large members serve on the Governing Board)

Must meet one of the following criteria:

  • Community member with direct familiarity with GHCHS, its history and goals - this may include former parents, students, employees
  • Former educator with direct familiarity with GHCHS, its history and goals
  • Individual with expertise in fields such as law, banking, fundraising, business, etc. that are relevant to education

Persons serving as At Large Board Members do not necessarily have to reside within the GHCHS attendance boundaries.

A person serving as an At Large Board Member may not be a current employee of GHCHS.

Qualified candidates should submit a statement of candidacy (Letter of interest explaining qualifications, interest, and understanding of GHCHS, its history, goals, etc.) and a resume by Friday, October 27, 2017 to:

Granada Hills Charter High School
Governing Board Screening Committee
Attn: Karla Diamond
10535 Zelzah Avenue
Granada Hills, CA 91344


Posted 9/11/2017