Cardinal Gibbons High School (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)

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26°11'07"N
080°06'29"W
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 United States of America
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Cardinal Gibbons High School, commonly known as Gibbons, is a private, Roman Catholic college-preparatory school in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. CGHS was established in 1961 and was named after James Gibbons, the second Cardinal in the United States. CGHS is sponsored by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Miami.

History

Cardinal Gibbons was established in September 1961, by Coleman F. Carroll, who appointed Thomas A. Dennehy the first supervising principal, Marie Schramko, principal of the Girls' Division and Henry Mirowski, principal of the Boys' Division. CGHS opened its doors to 176 freshmen and sophomores on a campus with two buildings. In the following years, the addition of the eleventh and twelfth grades, an enlarged faculty, a field house, science wing, cafeteria, gym, and new classrooms led to the current ten buildings. In 1972, the school became co-educational. On June 17, 1973, Joseph Huck was appointed to succeed Dennehy as supervising principal. From September 1974 to December 2002, Joseph J. Kershner served as supervising principal. Upon Kershner's retirement December 2, 2002, Paul D. Ott was appointed interim principal. His appointment as principal became effective July 1, 2003.

Notable alumni

Donnell Bennett, Former NFL player (Kansas City Chiefs, Washington Redskins) Jason Bostic, Former NFL player (Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills) Josh Fogg, Former MLB player (Chicago White Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates, Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds) Taurean Green, Professional basketball Tron LaFavor, Former NFL player (Chicago Bears). Transferred after his junior season. Ryan Shealy, Former MLB player (Colorado Rockies, Kansas City Royals, Boston Red Sox) Blair Walsh, NFL Kicker, Free Agent RJ McIntosh, NFL defensive end, New York Giants Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar Driver

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