The GHS Concert Band received an overall rating of ‘Excellent’ on stage and a ‘Superior’ in Sight-reading at their annual Florida Bandmasters Association’s District 5 Music Performance at River Ridge High School. Shane Gillen received a ‘Superior’ rating as our student conductor. Congrats to Shane and all of our band members for a job well […]
The February Gulf High School Students of the Month, with our Principal Mrs. Davis, are: Danielle Hu (12th), Aakash Panjabi (11th), Amy Doan (10th), and Elizabeth Metzler (9th – not pictured). Students are nominated for this honor by their teachers. The scholarship committee makes the final selection from among the nominees. Congratulations to these outstanding […]
People who have been at Gulf for a long time will no doubt remember Bill Bready, who was an administrative assistant for discipline in the 1990s. He visited Gulf today because a granddaughter is the 2014 GHS valedictorian, and the valedictorians and salutatorians and their families were honored with breakfast this morning. He is pictured […]
Jailyn Banks, “Danger” dance group, Zelman Isham, Erik Smith, Starla Carmack, Tyler Brown, Brooklynn Steele, Joe Borgia, Jayson Campos, Tabby Zander, Pilar Gomes, Autumn O’Donnell, Alexis Apel, Matt Chester. Congratulations to all of the students who auditioned – each act was great!
This past Saturday (March 1), senior Gabriela DeLeon traveled to Tallahassee to compete against more than 40 participants in the Poetry Out Loud recitation competition. After winning first place at the Gulf High School competition last month, Gabriela memorized and learned to perform a total of three poems in order to prepare for the state-level […]
The Lady Bucs returned home tonight (3/5) to face the Wildcats from Wesley Chapel. Having suffered their first loss of the season to Dunedin, 6-3, the night before the girls were looking to right the ship and flex some muscle. And flex they did. Pounding out 15 safeties enroute to a 11-1 mercy rule shortened […]
Boys varsity baseball puts up a strong effort, but falls to Mitchell 7-2 in a rain-shortened game tonight (3/5).
Tryouts were held in the band room today (3/5) for our GHS Talent Show, which will be held on March 13. The top two acts in each category will compete in the West Side High School Talent Show, with RHS and AHS, on April 24 at 6 p.m. at GHS. The top picture shows the […]
Christopher Wojtas, 2013 GHS graduate and NJROTC cadet, graduated from the United States Air Force bootcamp in San Antonio, Texas, on Saturday (3/1). Airman Wojtas is going to be in the Air Force Security Forces after completion of additional training at Lackland AFB in Texas. Upon graduation, Airman Wojtas was immediately advanced to paygrade E3 […]
Congratulations to these athletes who placed at the Mitchell Quad Meet last night (3/4). Renee Patnode for placing 2nd in the 300 meter Hurdles Abigail Raymond for placing 2nd in the 2 mile The girls 4×400 team for placing 1st Jasmine Jackson for placing 2nd in the shot put and discus.
Two guests from Achieva Credit Union spoke to students in the Media Center today on the topic of financial wellness. They are Marguerite Shoro, training specialist, and Sherry Jackson, branch manager. It is Wellness Week at GHS.
Everyone at Gulf is happy that Amanda and Domenic Crisafulli hadn’t yet arrived home from school yesterday afternoon (3/3) when a speeding driver collided with their home on Oak Ridge Drive in New Port Richey. No one was at home at the time. The family is temporarily staying with cousins in Spring Hill. Photo provided […]
The principals of the schools in western Pasco County met on March 3 at Gulf High School. One of the advantages (disadvantages?) of having the meeting at Gulf is that a bunch of pictures wind up on the Internet. These pictures are also available in a larger format in this set on Flickr.
The now legendary Skittles Lab was done in some of Mr. Zions classes this week. The students learn about probability and enjoy some tasty candy. Here are two photos.
The report by WTSP is here. A video is included.
Here is their live report on our presentation in the gym today.
Here are some photos provided by Mr. Stoneking. The event was held Feb. 28.
Gulf Spanish teacher Michele Belknap will be leaving Gulf after spring break, as she will be transferring to Pasco e-School. Mrs. Belknap joined the Gulf faculty at the start of the 2007-08 school year. In an email to the faculty, Mrs. Belknap wrote, “I have enjoyed being a part of such a special staff and […]