Goldsboro High School
Goldsboro High School is a public high school located in Wayne County, Goldsboro, North Carolina. Goldsboro High School was classified as a 2-A school with an enrollment of 858 students (2007-2008), but now is classified as a 1-A school.
The school's mascot is the Mighty Cougars, and the school colors are navy and gold.
- Stanley Bryant, gridiron football player
- Travis Coleman, American football player
- Karl Eikenberry (1969), US Army officer and diplomat
- Clyde King, Major League Baseball player and coach
- Carl Kassell - American radio personality
- Jerry Narron (1974), Major League Baseball player and coach
- Jerry Narron, Major League Baseball coach
- Dave Odom, college basketball coach
- David Thornton, football player
Andy Griffith also taught Music at Goldsboro High School for a few years. He is credited by many for creating the high school's marching band, which, to date, has been one of the most prolific high school bands in history.
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