Welcome to Granada Hills Charter High School PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association)! We believe parent involvement does not stop at the high school level and we are here to help all parents and students. Being a charter school, it is even more critical that parents, students and faculty are active participants in the daily activities at Granada so we'd love for you to join us!
PTSA meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Library (date, time and location subject to change). As part of PTSA you'll contribute to decision making, have volunteer opportunities and help make our student's time at GHC the best possible! Our occasional guest speakers are great resources for your families so come, learn and advocate for our kids. Light snacks also provided.


We're so happy you decided to learn more about GHC PTSA. Click the graphic to download our Membership Flyer and here to visit our Facebook page. Give us a "Like" us to stay up to date on news and information!
Raise Money for GHC PTSA

Can't join us for meetings? We love our online supporters too! GHC PTSA partners with Food4Less, Ralphs and Shoparoo to help raise money every time you shop with these vendors and use our code. Click the graphic for more information on how to get started.
Upcoming Events

PTSA Tea & Prom Fashion ShowThe 12th Annual Highlander High Tea & Prom Fashion Show! (Please fill out the form below.)
Please join us for a lovely afternoon of Delicious Tea, Scones, Sandwiches, Desserts, Fabulous Raffle Prizes and a Silent Auction with LIVE musical entertainment & Fashion Show. Arrive at 12:30pm to check-in, browse the raffle & silent auction prior to the 1:30pm start time. This is PTSA’s main fundraising event and benefits our campus K-9 program to keep our campus drug & weapons-free, and safe for students & staff. 
2020  Senior Scholarship Program

PTSA Senior Scholarship ProgramSenior class student body may apply for GHC's PTSA Scholarship Award. (Fill out the form below.)
PTSA will recognize five students for their willingness to be engaged in both academics and community service. Students selected will receive a collegiate scholarship in the amount of $300 each. The student application is attached along with an endorsement form to be completed by a teacher or counselor.