Gibbs High School

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  • Athlete of the Week: Andre Walton


    Andre Walton

    Andre Walton is captain of the Gibbs High School Wrestling Team and is a sophomore. He has been wrestling since he was young and has been working hard and pushing the team to take home medals and win as a team. By his senior year he hopes to become state champion with the rest of the team. Andre is also studying hard with the goal of achieving a 4.0 GPA by his senior year. He is hoping to get a wrestling scholarship and to study to become an engineer. This year he placed 2nd in the district and hopes to make it to states after regionals. Andre’s favorite subject is science.



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  • College and Career Fair

    Gibbs High School is participating in a state-wide initiative aimed at increasing the number of students who will pursue a postsecondary degree or credentials. We are promoting a college-going school culture and an expectation that all students will leave Gibbs High School with a postsecondary plan to attend college, technical school or the military in pursuit of gainful employment. On October 29th, we hosted a College and Career Fair, during lunch.  Several colleges, technical schools, and military personnel spoke to our students regarding their postsecondary choices.  Please continue to support our efforts in maintaining a college-going school culture at Gibbs High School. 

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  •  First Official Girlfriends Meeting Held On 10/7/19

    Girlfriends of Pinellas County

    Mission Statement

     To create a supportive environment with positive role models for young ladies to excel in academics, display positive behaviors, maintain high self-esteem and demonstrate leadership skills.



    • Provide opportunities to develop skills in self-awareness, decision making, conflict resolution and social skills.
    • Provide opportunities for academic preparation and tutorial assistance.
    • Provide opportunities for training in planning and goal setting.
    • Provide opportunities to enhance cultural awareness.
    • Provide opportunities for each young lady to interact with a mentor.
    • Provide opportunities to participate in Community Service Projects.


    Pictures from when the Girlfriends were crowned on 10/7/19. Please see below the pictures for our Program Overview.

    Girlfriends of Pinellas County Crowned      Girlfriends of Pinellas County Crowned

    Girlfriends of Pinellas County Crowned      Girlfriends of Pinellas County Crowned

    Girlfriends of Pinellas County Crowned      Girlfriends of Pinellas County Crowned


    Program Overview


    Girlfriends of Pinellas County is a program designed to empower young ladies in Pinellas County through academic support and mentorship.   The program is supported by school administrators, teachers, staff and community leaders. 

     Our mission will be to provide young ladies with the resources, tools and guidance necessary to encourage self-discipline, positive behavior, and cultivate high self-esteem and self-reliance.

     The program is designed for participants to work closely with mentors and other group members to foster a supportive relationship through reinforcement in behavior, academic achievement, and social growth.

     Participants will also have an opportunity to participate in field trips that will enhance their cultural awareness and participate in community service learning projects that foster a sense of citizenship and community pride.

     Parental participation will be encouraged through parent meetings.

     Girlfriends of Pinellas County will be implemented in all schools throughout the district who express a desire to have a Girlfriends program.  Therefore, memberships will be honored as students transcend to various schools.  Girlfriend members will be labeled in PCS FOCUS which will automatically provide them with an opportunity to be accepted into the program at any attending school in Pinellas.

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  • 2019 Powerful Women Gibbs EMT Graduates!

    There is exciting news in the world of Jonathan C. Gibbs EMT Preparatory Academy. Shakayla Berthelot and Alyssa Sims have passed the national EMT certification exam!!! They sat for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) EMT cognitive exam on Monday, July 8. These young ladies were part of the inaugural class to complete the EMT Preparatory Academy and successfully complete the dual-enrollment EMT coursework provided by St. Petersburg College. They put forth a great deal of effort to reach this milestone and are now eligible for employment as EMS professionals. These are the outcomes we visualized at the inception of the program.

    Please congratulate them on successfully navigating this multiyear process!

    Alyssa Sims, 2019 Gibbs EMT Graduate

    Ayssa Sims

    Shakayla Berthelot, Gibbs 2019 EMT Graduate

    Shakayla Berthelot

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  • School Hours for 2019-2020
     7:10 A.M. - 1:55 P.M.

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    7:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.

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    2:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.


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