Lake Gibson High School
|Lake Gibson High School|
|7007 N. Socrum Loop Road
Lakeland, Florida, 33809
|Motto||"Maturity Takes Discipline."|
|Assistant principals||Debbie Donohay
|Color(s)||Garnet and Gold
Lake Gibson High School is located in Lakeland, Florida, and was established in 1979.
Lake Gibson offers a wide variety of sports for boys and girls including: Baseball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls cross country, weightlifting, competitive cheer, football, boys and girls golf, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls swimming, softball, boys and girls track, boys and girls tennis, wrestling and girls volleyball.
- Garnet and gold are the LGHS school colors.
- The LGHS mascot is a Native American (Brave)
- Fight song is the same as Florida State University.
- Lance Davis, Former MLB player (Cincinnati Reds).
- Matt Grothe, played quarterback for the University of South Florida and is a 2005 Alumnus.
- Bilal Powell, football running back.
- Chris Waters, Former MLB player (Baltimore Orioles).
- Jason Watkins, graduated class of 2004 and played for the University of Florida.
- JD Harmeyer, media producer for The Howard Stern Show.
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