Anchor Club

GHS students Atlee Griffin (2nd from left), Chantel Eubanks and alum Caroline Sellnow represented the GHS Anchor Club when receiving the Anchor International Club of the Year award in Chicago. 

Anchors Travel to Chicago

By Chantel Eubanks

The Guntersville High School Anchor Club traveled to Chicago for the International Anchor Convention on July 3, 2019.

Anchors from all around the world got together and participated in group activities and ice breakers to get to know one another. We got to meet other Anchors who had the same passion of helping others and our communities as we do.

There were multiple speakers come talk to us about our future and how we can become leaders in this world. We traveled to Navy Pier on the 4th of July and ate dinner and watched the beautiful fireworks!!

In the time we were in Chicago, we tried the famous deep dish pizza and also traveled to Millennial Park to see the giant bean!! Chicago was a fun experience and I am so excited for the International Anchor Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, next year!!!

Teacher Feature

By Destiny Wilson & Savanna Nichols

This week's spotlight goes to the new basketball coach, Brett Self, who will be coaching the varsity boys basketball team this year. We are so excited that he is here so we decided to get to know him better with some questions and answers:

Q: How many years have you been coaching?

A: “This is my sixth year as a head coach, and tenth year coaching basketball.”

Q: What made you want to coach at Guntersville High School?

A: “Guntersville High School is the premiere school in Northeast, Alabama, academically and athletically.”

He is proud to be a Wildcat!!

Q: What are your team goals for this upcoming season?

A:  “I want to put a product on the floor that the school, community, and the alumni of Guntersville High School can be proud of and want to be apart of. Also we would like to have the fullest, most prideful student section in Marshall County!”

Q: Now tell me a little about you?

A: “I am from Montgomery, Ala. I played basketball, football, and tennis in high school. I received my undergraduate and graduate degrees from Auburn University. WAR EAGLE!”

We are so glad that you are here with us being our new boys basketball coach. We wish you the best of luck. Go Wildcats!!


By Jimena Lugo & Alyvia Ellis

Sept. 6 - Football vs. Madison Co. 

Sept. 13 - Football at S'boro

Sept. 20 - Football vs. Arab. September 20th vs. Arab

The Guntersville Wildcats began this year's football season on August 23 at North Jackson last Friday. The jamboree game was unfortunately lost, but the game this Friday was a chance for a comeback against Boaz at Boaz. 

Volleyball Games


By Malachi Cook & Sofie Pickett

  • Chromebook covers are on sale in the front office for $25!
  • AP testing fees are due November 1st. AP tests are free for students who receive free or reduced lunch. See Mrs. McCoy or Mrs. Shifflett for more details.
  • Yearbooks from last year are being sold during break for $75, see Mrs.Hornbuckle!!
  • The World's Finest Chocolate bars are on sale for $1!! See Coach Brazelton or Coach Tuggle to buy one.
  • FFA dues are $12. The deadline to join is September 16.
  • No school on September 2nd for Labor Day!!
  • No school on September 3rd for teacher PD day!!
  • Progress reports go home on September 5th.

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