Our team of administrators and guidance counsellors are dedicated to helping each and every student to be successful at Gibbs High, spending countless hours to support any student that walks through our doors.
Gibbs High school is one of the oldest schools in Pinellas County; currently eight decades of successful students have passed through our halls. Gibbs is now home to two magnet programs: Pinellas County Center for the Arts (PCCA) and the Business, Economics, Technology Academy (BETA) both fit within Gibbs' outstanding student performance. We strive to provide students with the very best in academic courses, instructional material, and teachers to better prepare them for a successful post-secondary education. The keys to success are to always do your best, be responsible, and be respectful.
Town hall Parent night meeting February 19, 2015 from 6:30-7:30
First place in Business and Decision Making: Logan Carabello, Ian Hall, Alexandra Givins.
First place in Business Plan: Nadia Kaschkadayev, Taylor Diaz, Arianna De Jesus.
First place in Hospitality Management: Andrea Williams, Maurissa Wheeler, Dawnyel Johnson.
Second place in Computer Problem Solving: Olamide Ojayi.
Please click this survey link to participate in the annual Gibbs High School Title I Parent Survey. The purpose of this survey is to provide the Pinellas County School District's Title I Program leadership with valuable feedback from parents of students enrolled at Gibbs High School. Your opinion counts!
Mr. Reuben Hepburn started working for Pinellas County Schools in 1996. He has been a teacher, an assistant principal and principal. He was an assistant principal at Gibbs in the 2009-10 school year. He has been principal of Dunedin High since 2010. Hepburn has a bachelor's degree from Florida A&M University and a master's degree from the University of South Florida.