Goshen’s focus on the fine arts is rooted in the belief that participation in performing and visual arts inspires students’ creativity, problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
The Goshen High School marching band performs in the Findley Market Opening Day Parade.
3 Goshen High School students had images accepted into the annual Save our Souls 2019 Art Show at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.
All students are assessed for talents in the artistic areas and offered enrichment opportunities, including yearly musicals, band, recorder musical performances, and talent shows.
Goshen High School has diverse offerings in the arts such as AP Music Theory and credentialing opportunities (ADOBE) in digital arts.
Many students showcased and published in a poetry contest hosted by Young America Poetry Digest every year.
GHS student Ariya Bradley performed in OMEA District 14 Honor Band. Ariya was selected as the 5th overall trumpet player of the Cincinnati area.
GMS 6th grade student Yemili Espinosa-Ley won the Peace Poster Contest sponsored by the Goshen Lions Club.
14 students at GMS identified as gifted in music or art received pull-out services. 12 of these students then went on to compete at the OMEA Solo and Ensemble contest, all of whom earned the second highest rating possible.
77 grade 5 students participated in introductory band class.
Goshen High School held multiple drama productions during the 2018-2019 school year.
The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company visited GHS and performed Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet live for Freshman and Sophomore students.
Goshen High School Choir annually performs the National Anthem at the Cincinnati Cyclones Game.