There will be a football parent meeting tomorrow (Friday, Aug. 1) at 6 p.m. in the PE Annex. You can park in front of the gym and we will direct you to the proper location. This is a change in the location. Coach Messamore also reports that practice begins Monday (Aug. 4) from 1 to […]
On August 12th at 6:00 pm the athletic department is hosting a “Meet the Coaches Night” in our gymnasium. The amount of paperwork that parents need to fill out continues to grow so please attend this informational meeting (parents and athletes welcome). All GHS rules and policies will be discussed, as well as the necessary […]
Twelve NJROTC cadets are in North Carolina to attend Basic Leadership Training for one week. They stopped in Atlanta, GA enroute. The cadets are shooting rifles, bow and arrows, canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, and tubing. Four NJROTC cadets competed in a Marine Corps style relay at BLT in North Carolina and came in 2nd place […]
What are the odds? While traveling in Sydney, Australia, Ms. Dixon ran into two recent GHS graduates. Rhea Forbes, class of 2010, and Morgan Aponte, class of 2012, are living and working in Australia. Both attend Hillsong International College in Sydney.
Here are some photos of our volleyball team at a volleyball camp at FSU, taken in July 2014 by Mrs. Delaney. Larger photos are at Flickr and on our Facebook page.
There will be a weightlifting camp August 5-7 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm each day. It is free to all Gulf High athletes interested in participating on the boys or girls weightlifting teams this school year. Coach Fredrickson will have visiting coaches at the camp to help out with form and technique. Any questions please […]
Miller, Gabay, and González are attending a training for math teachers at the district today.
Here are pictures of Ms. Dixon in Australia and in China, at the Great Wall of China and the site of the 2008 Olympics, Beijing Olympic Park.
Youngsters in grades 1 to 8 participated in the Fifth Third Bank Derrick Brooks Football ProCamp today (7/25) at Gulf High School. Here are some pictures.
An article at tbo.com is here.
School resumes Monday, Aug. 18, at 7:30 a.m. Please note that a letter sent to seniors and freshmen incorrectly gives the date Aug. 11, which is the date teachers report back to work.
The Gulf High Plant Manager, Randy Bishop, and the custodial staff are second to none! Here Mr. Bishop cleans a spot from a window in the roof. Photo taken July 22.
From June 25 until June 30 Ms. Dixon visited South Korea. During her visit to South Korea she visited Seoul and Boryeong. In addition to sightseeing, she studied the fundamentals of the Korean language with private tutors and via cultural immersion. The photo shows Ms. Dixon outside the Korean Language Institute of Yonsei University in […]
A few 1-on-1 video highlights from the USF football camp on July 20.
The Bucs had 7 wins and 2 losses in the 7 on 7 passing tournament held at USF on July 19-20.Keshaun Peters was a top performer and the Sling & Shoot, according to this article.
Jeff Miller, one of our math teachers, did a presentation last night (7/18) before the Pasco County Historical Society in Dade City. Mr. Miller showed some of the content from the fivay.org web site, which covers the history of Pasco County.
Katherine Lynn (Bryan) Hoover, 25, died of an accidental gunshot wound on July 27. She attended GHS. Mary Margaret Gibbs McLeod, GHS Class of 1960, died on July 16 after a ten-month struggle with cancer. Terry Maurice “Sarge” Edwards, GHS Class of 1961, died on July 13. Linda McPheron, who taught at Gulf High School […]
Gulf High School led the Pasco school district this year with the highest percentage (66.4%) of Advanced Placement scores of 3 or higher. AP exams are scored from 1 to 5, with 3 usually considered a passing score. An article at tampabay.com is here.