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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.

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Verizon's IZOD IndyCar team came to give presentations of the use of Science and Technology in the Business of racing.

Gibbs Top Ten!

Eric Voorhis, Hannah Powell, Sarah Gray, Brianna Perez, Clarice Lee, Caroline Atkins, Eleanor Clark, Tamoy Prawl, Damien Daniels, Leeza Perry(not pictured)

1st Place Winners USF Bridge building competition

Gibbs High School in Pinellas County took home first place in The University of South Florida's (USF) College of Engineering's 23rd annual Bridge Design Competition, sponsored by Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority. Fifteen bridges from six high school groups and nine middle schools representing Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties were submitted for competition in design and structural integrity.

Gibbs High School seniors Alex Redmond-Marshall and Melissa Gunthrop's bridge, titled "404 (Bridge Not Found)" held 243 pounds before breaking and was awarded first place in the high school division. Their bridge also won the Efficiency Award, holding 1,002 times its own weight.

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Interview with Joe Maddon

Gibbs Journalism students get an exciting chance to skype interview the Ray's manager Joe Maddon.

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1st Place Winners, For Special Olympics State Basketball Championship!

St. Pete schools partnership lands grant Gibbs Gets $7,250

St. Pete's Promise, the City of St. Petersburg's new partnership with Pinellas County Schools and the Pinellas Education Foundation, landed a $14,500 boost this week to spend on growing digital technology programs at Gibbs and Dixie Hollins high schools.

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