Category: Campus News

Latin is alive in the Breeze

  Gulf Breeze High School hosted the annual Region One Latin Forum for the 21st year. Competing schools included Escambia High, Niceville High, Rocky Bayou High, and Gulf Breeze High, as well as Arnold High and Senior Classical Conversations. Pine Forest also attended. Students competed in four main categories: Academia, Arts/Creatives, Olympia, and Certamen. Academic…

HOSA wins big at state

On January 12th and 13th our very own health academy students went to PSC to compete in the regional HOSA competition. HOSA stands for Health Occupations Student Association, and it was created for middle and high school students wanting to go into the healthcare field.    At the spring conference the students get to compete…

Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) had their semester awards night Tuesday, January 17, 2017. Awards night takes place twice a year, once at the end of each semester, to acknowledge what they have accomplished and to do the Change-of-Command. The night started with a twenty minute speech presented by Corps Commander, Jessica Lerille. One…

APUSH students take trip to Ft. Pickens

On Friday, January 27th, Ms. Parker’s APUSH students took a field trip to Fort Pickens on Pensacola Beach. Groups of three APUSH students were in charge of a student led scavenger hunt with eighth graders from Ferrypass Middle School. Along the hunt, various storytellers were placed at historical spots within the fort to inform students…

The Gulf Breeze Dolphin football team won their first district championship since 1989, and it was also their first win over Navarre since 2006. The rivalry game was settled by a score of 31-28 in Navarre territory. The game was never one sided and momentum switched constantly. Navarre struck first on their second drive of…

The Dolphins became Gators for the weekend debate tournament at the University of Florida, where the national and highly competitive debate tournament known as Blue Key was held from October 29 to October 30. Students prepared for several weeks to participate in the highly rigorous competitions ranging from dramatic speaking events to classical debate events.…

Gulf Breeze High has seen a huge rise in population this year. With 1,720 kids enrolled, it’s a record breaking number for the school. “We’ve had a steady increase over the last several years,” says Principal Danny Brothers. “This particular year, though, we had a pretty good jump.” This large number results from a very…

Most people hope to do a semester abroad in their junior year of college. Selina Gegenfurtner, on the other hand, had the opportunity to study abroad her junior year of high school. A sixteen year old from Munich, Germany, Gegenfurtner is staying over 5,000 miles away from her home with junior Alanna Bodenhausen and her…

Gulf Breeze High School teachers have introduced a new method of keeping students focused and their work honest this year: cell phone lockers. These tiny metal boxes are designed with the hopes of eliminating any potential distractions and minimizing cheating in the classroom. This is made evident by the increase in average test scores from…