Gulfport High School ribbon cutting

Gulfport High School celebrated its growth with a ribbon cutting ceremony over the weekend.
Although class has been in session since August, the ribbon cutting served as a reminder for community members to come by and check out what the new campus has to offer.
The renovated school is 200,000 square feet of innovative space and includes state of the art equipment and learning facilities. Gulfport School District Superintendent Glen East said, “Technology wise we are all up to date. The chemistry labs that were over 50 years old are all up to date and they have all those safety features in them that normally we wouldn’t have had in the 1960s when we built it. WiFi everywhere, tons of technology. The career classes that are combined with the academic classes and the location of those to make life easier for our students.”
Students who were on hand during the ceremony told News 25 that they love everything about their new school.

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