We took some pictures during boys tennis practice after school today (3/10).
Here are two photos from the Special Olympics today (3/10) at River Ridge. From Mr. Strasser’s Twitter feed.
Tonight (3/10) at Zim Zari’s, 10% of proceeds will benefit the JV & Varsity Softball teams with presentation of flyer. See one of the softball players for a flyer. The location is Little Road and SR 54. Come Out and go “California Coastal” And support your Buccaneers Softball Teams.
The softball team held a carwash on Saturday (3/8). Photo by Domenic.
Moe Bryan, GHS Class of 1983, died on March 7. He was 48 years old.
YOLO: Looking for a way to serve your community and earn hours? The New Port Richey Public Library has an advisory group that meets monthly to assist with collection development, fundraising and programming. YOLO, which stands for Youth Offering Library Opinions, meets once a month but also provides other volunteer opportunities through crafts and special […]
Start Spring Break off by turning “Pi Day” into “PIE Day”! March 14th, also known as “Pi Day” to represent mathematical pi (3.14), will serve as a spring break kickoff at the New Port Richey Public Library. “Pi Day Friday” will include a pi craft, a visit from Papa Murphy’s Pizza, and baked goods vendors. […]
The NJROTC cadets finished the drill competition season Saturday (3/8) by placing 7th out of 21 teams. The competition was tougher this year with lots of excellent teams in the top 10. Cadets Martin and Hogarth won individual medals for push-ups while Cadet Mazurkiewicz won 1st place for male sit-ups. The cadets brought home 3 […]
The Buccaneers traveled to Land O’ Lakes on Friday night (3/7) to face the young, upstart Gators in a key 5A-8 matchup. The ladies came away with their 5th district win, 7-2. The win keeps the team tied for second in the 8 team district. Madison Morlan, fighting off a lower leg injury, went the […]
Each year Gulf High School honors our valedictorians and salutatorians with a breakfast for them and their families. We hope the parents and grandparents are at least as proud of these student-scholars as we are! Some pictures are below. The same photos can be downloaded in larger sizes at Flickr here.
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 […]