Hialeah Gardens High School
|Hialeah Gardens Senior High School|
|11700 Hialeah Gardens Blvd
Hialeah Gardens, Florida, 33018
|School type||high school|
|School district||Miami-Dade County Public Schools|
|Principal||Dr. Louis J. Algaze|
Hialeah Gardens High School is a secondary school in Hialeah Gardens, Florida, United States which opened in August 2009. It is part of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools system. The current school principal is Dr. Louis J. Algaze.
Hialeah Gardens was built as an overcrowding reliever school for Barbara Goleman High School, serving portions of extreme western Hialeah and the city of Hialeah Gardens; in turn Goleman took territory from the boundary of American High School. Due to unforeseen construction delays, the student body was divided between the Goleman campus (sophomores) and the Hialeah Gardens Middle School campus (freshmen) for the 2008-2009 school year. The 2009-2010 school year was the first time the building was open.
In the school's inaugural year, it housed the classes of 2011 and 2012. Hialeah Gardens' first graduating class was the Class of 2011, who's graduation took place at Florida International University on June 10, 2011.
HGHS usually achieves a school grade of "A".
The school offers a variety of academies that allow career exploration. Engineering, automotive, biomedical and finance academies are offered by the school. Also, the band program has a solid reputation around the western and most of the dade county schools
HGHS is home to the Gladiators basketball team. The Gladiators have been featured in the local Miami Herald. The Gladiators won the Florida state championship for the 2011-2012 school year. The school also has a football team and a wrestling team.  The football team went 0-10 in the 2012 season, the first under coach Joe Harrington. Aside from having a successful basketball team, the school has a swim team who have been District Champions from 2011-2013.
2013 football season
|Final score||Team record|
|1||August 29||Westland Wildcats||L 46-8||0-1||Ben Hendricks Stadium in Milander Park (Hialeah)|||
|2||September 7||Miami Springs Golden Hawks||L 43-8||0-2||Ben Hendricks Stadium in Milander Park (Hialeah)|||
|4||September 19||North Miami Pioneers||L 53-0||0-3||North Miami Stadium (North Miami)|||
|5||September 27||Sunset Knights||L 21-0||0-4||Hialeah Gardens High School Football Field (Hialeah Gardens)|||
|6||October 4||Hialeah Thoroughbreds||L 52-0||0-5||Ben Hendricks Stadium in Milander Park (Hialeah)|||
|7||October 10||Ferguson Falcons||L 41-0||0-6||Hialeah Gardens High School Football Field (Hialeah Gardens)|||
|8||October 18||Krop Lightning||L 33-7||0-7||North Miami Stadium (North Miami)|||
|9||October 24||North Miami Beach Chargers||L 35-0||0-8||North Miami Stadium (North Miami)|||
|10||November 1||Reagan Bison||L 42-0||0-9||Reagan Field (Doral)|||
|11||November 8||Goleman Gators||L 32-6||0-10||Ben Hendricks Stadium in Milander Park (Hialeah)|||
- Divisonal opponents are in bold.
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