Grand Blanc Community High School

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Bobcats
School Grand Blanc Community High School
Conference Big Nine Conference (1960-2009)
Kensington Lakes Activities Association West[1]
Athletic director Andy Piazza
Location Grand Blanc, Michigan, US
Varsity teams Football, Tennis, Soccer, Volleyball, Swimming, Golf, Cross Country, Bowling, Pom Pon, Basketball, Lacrosse, Rugby, Hockey, Cheerleading, Baseball, Skiing, Marching Band
Football stadium Frank Thomas Field
Basketball arena Tartoni Athletic Center
Nickname Bobcats
Fight song Onward to Victory
Colors
     Red       Black
Website Grand Blanc High School

Grand Blanc Community High School (usually referred to as Grand Blanc High School or abbreviated as GBHS) is a public high school in Grand Blanc, Michigan, a suburb of Flint, Michigan, in the United States. It is managed by Grand Blanc Community Schools.

Courses[edit]

GBHS offers four world language courses: French, Chinese, German, and Spanish. They also offer multiple art classes, such as Textiles, Studio Art, Digital Media, Pottery, and Ceramics, as well as Drama and Music. Many skill building classes are also offered, including Woodworking, Computer Science, and Drafting.[2]

GBHS Building

The high school offers Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs to students in grades 10-12th. Automotive Technology, Child Psychology, Medical Occupations, Pre-Engineering, Industrial Arts and Technology, and a FIRST Robotics team[3] are just a few that are offered. Some of the courses allow students to earn college credit while still in school.[4]

Sports[edit]

Varsity Teams[5]

Other Teams

Most teams participate in the Kensington Lakes Activities Association.

The football/track stadium at Grand Blanc Community High School, Frank Thomas Field was built in 1997 and is the third-largest stadium in Genesee County, behind Atwood and Guy V. Houston Stadiums, both in Flint, Michigan. The Bobcats football and track teams previously played at Batchelor Field, still home to Bobcats soccer. The baseball team plays at Joe Pitock Field. In 2006, Tartoni Athletic Center opened as home to the Bobcats basketball teams.

Notable alumni[edit]

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