Naples High School

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Location
26°10'22"N
081°47'42"W
Country
 United States of America
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Naples High School is a secondary education school located in Naples, Florida, and is one of eight public high schools located in Collier County. Naples High School is part of the District School Board of Collier County.

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Athletics

Naples High School is one of the seven members of the Collier County Athletic Conference. The school offers the following sports:

Clubs

Naples High School is home to many different extracurricular clubs. An accurate, up-to-date list is difficult to keep, as clubs are added and dropped as students graduate or lose interest. However, some of the notable clubs are: Mock Trial, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Key Club, Scholar Bowl, Spanish National Honor Society, Envirothon, Student Government Association, Future Business Leaders of America, Talon Tribune (School Newspaper), Fellowship of Christian Athletes, JROTC, Junior State of America, Breast Cancer Awareness Club, World of Affairs Club, Big Sister's Closet, and Model United Nations.

Demographics

The District School Board of Collier County website updates each school's demographics daily. The update as of May 2020 lists the school's demographics as follows: White: 46% Hispanic: 39% Black: 10% Multiracial: 2% Asian: 2%

Notable alumni

Lewis Gilbert (Class of 1974) – former NFL tight end Brian Shimer (Class of 1980) – former USA1 Bobsled driver that won a bronze medal at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, currently a coach of USA Bobsled teams Fred McCrary (Class of 1991) – former NFL player who won Super Bowl XXXVIII with the New England Patriots in 2004 Carmen Cali (Class of 1997) – Former MLB player with the St. Louis Cardinals and Minnesota Twins Spencer Adkins (Class of 2005) – former NFL linebacker, selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2009 Draft Carlos Hyde (class of 2009) – NFL running back, drafted in the 2014 NFL Draft Monique Evans (Class of 2010) – Miss Texas 2014
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