The votes are in! Class of 2018 President – Areti Papanikas Vice President – Hannah Bobek Secretary – Amanda Gibson Treasurer – Heather Vecsey Historian – Audrey Vilaihong Representative – Tory Custer, Cheyenne Dodd Class of 2017 President – Chris Hamilton Vice President – Alyssa Butler Secretary – Amanda Swanson Treasurer – Demirela (Demi) Teljigovic […]
Attention Junior and Senior girls! Apply for the 18th Annual National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL) – National Rifle Association (NRA) Bill of Rights Essay Contest! Each year, NFWL and the NRA join forces to provide six female high school juniors and seniors a $3,000 college scholarship and an all-expense-paid trip to NFWL’s 2015 Annual […]
Guest speakers from the legal community spoke to students in Ms. Dixon’s 12th Grade Economics & Government classes today (5/6). In the photo, Michelle Whitfield, an attorney with the Law Office of Eloise Taylor, speaks to students about everyday legal situations and the importance of making good decisions. Earlier in the day, Judge Jim Stearns, […]
On Wednesdays our NJROTC cadets are often in uniform. Today is the last such day this year for seniors (although not all of these cadets are seniors).
Some pictures from today’s (5/5) spring football practice are on our Facebook page and in this album on Flickr.
George R. Filar, GHS Class of 1951, died on April 28. He was 82 years old. His obituary is here.
The NJROTC cadets took their physical fitness test to qualify for the Physical Fitness ribbon at Green Key Beach on Saturday (5/2). The cadets enjoyed a picnic with cheeseburgers and hotdogs followed by beach volleyball. It was a beautiful day at the beach.
CONGRATULATIONS to 8 Gulf High School students who are part of a group of 58 new Take Stock in Children Pasco County scholars who publicly committed to the program this week. A Take Stock in Children scholarship offers each child a multi-year commitment providing a support system a college tuition scholarship, a volunteer mentor to […]
Congratulations to Ms. Alwood’s period 2 class for winning today’s (5/1) Friday Trivia Challenge! Photo by Ms. Joens.
We want our seniors to only leave with positive experiences; thus, we must insist that all students refrain from any “senior pranks” during the end of this school year. As time goes on the intensity of these acts seems to increase. Even though students may think these acts are funny, in most cases it’s accompanied […]
It’s National Poetry Month and many students attended our Poetry Coffeehouse after school today (4/30). Here are some pictures.
Here are some examples of the work of some of our outstanding artists, currently on display in our Media Center. (Larger images are available on our Facebook page.
From Mr. Stoneking: Track athletes need to turn in their track uniforms!
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office will hold a Teen Driver Challenge on July 17-18 from 8 a.m. to noon at Gulf High School. Complete information, including required forms, is on the sheriff’s web site here.
Some volunteer opportunities from Ms. Donlon.
The Math Honor Society held its annual Cookie Walk today (4/29). It raises money for a scholarship for a student pursuing a career in which mathematics plays a large role.
Our school resource officer, Cpl. Dan Mills, is interviewed by 10-News about kids drinking an driving. The video clip is near the bottom of the page here.
Congratulations to the GHS SADD Club for coming in first place in the Greatest Save PSA contest. This competition involves PSA submissions from high schools and middle schools in Pasco and winners are selected in both categories. The winners go on to the state competition. Pasco Sheriff’s Office school resource officers assisted in the competition. […]