George D. Chamberlain High School

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George D. Chamberlain High School
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9401 North Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33612
United States
Coordinates 28°02′05″N 82°28′01″W / 28.0347°N 82.4669°W / 28.0347; -82.4669Coordinates: 28°02′05″N 82°28′01″W / 28.0347°N 82.4669°W / 28.0347; -82.4669
Type Public high school
Established 1956
School district Hillsborough County Public Schools
Principal Celeste Liccio
Grades 9-12
Campus Urban
Color(s) Green and Gold          
Team name Chiefs
Newspaper The Chieftain
Yearbook The Totem

George D. Chamberlain High School is a public high school in Tampa, Florida. It was opened in 1956 on North Boulevard (on the corner of Busch Boulevard). The school is named in honor of George D. Chamberlain, who served for several years as a trustee for the Hillsborough County School System. In 2011 Chamberlain was listed as an "A" School; this is a first in the school's history.

The school offers a culinary academy based program sponsored by Outback Steakhouse. No other school in Hillsborough County offers this program. Chamberlain is also the only school in the Hillsborough County Public School District to offer Marine Corps JROTC, with about 150 cadets (7% of the school) enrolled.


In the 2016-2017 academic year, the student population numbered one thousand seven hundred thirty-nine. The ethnic makeup was as follows:

  • 43.88% Hispanic
  • 28.81% Black
  • 18.80% White
  • 5.18% Multi-racial
  • 2.88% Asian
  • 0.46% Native American[1]


The school offers the following sports:

  • Football
  • Baseball
  • Volleyball
  • Softball
    • Florida state champions 2003 & 2012[2]
  • Swimming
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Track and Field
  • Basketball
  • Wrestling
  • Tennis
  • Flag Football

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Ron Selesky, NFL player/Arena Football League coach


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  2. ^ staff. "Softball 2013-2014 Championship Records" (PDF). FHSAA. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  3. ^ "More About Bob Hall". Retrieved November 27, 2014. 
  4. ^ Dean May - The Pro Football Archives
  5. ^ "Actor's life now scripted for reality". Retrieved January 3, 2016. 

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