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Golden Gate High School

Golden Gate High School
Location
2925 Titan Way
Naples, FL 34116

United States
Type Public
Established 2004
Principal Dr. Tobin Walcott
Enrollment approx. 1588
Color(s) Black and Gold          
Mascot Titans
Website

Golden Gate High School is located in Naples, Florida, and is one of nine public high schools located in Collier County. It opened in 2004.

Students by Gender

Race-White: 212 17.9% Race-Black: 352 22.19% Race-Hispanic: 875 55.50% Race-Asian: 16 0.95% Race-MultiRacial: 47 2.67% Race-Indian: 10 0.64% Race-Hawaiian/Pacific Islander:1 0.06%

Athletics

Golden Gate High School is one of the seven members of the Collier County Athletic Conference. The school has thirteen Athletics departments. The highest placing team in school history at the state level was the 2007-2008 Lady Titan Track team.

Winter sports

Spring sports

Clubs

  • Mock Trial
  • JROTC (not a club a class; which includes after school activities)
  • Band (not a club a class;which includes after school activities)
  • Chorus( not a club a class)
  • Orchestra( not a club a class which includes : concert
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