Golden Gate High School

Today's Learners - Tomorrow's Leaders


  • The SGA elections are set for May 20, 2016 at GGHS. Applications are due on Monday March 28th.   

    See the following teachers and obtain an application to run for office or download it here and bring it to them to get signed:

    Go to our SGA website to see current roles available.

    Mr. Wind Student Government Advisor

    Mrs. Elledias & Mrs. Doria - Senior Class Advisors

    Mrs. Shaw & Mrs. Haenn - Junior Class Advisors

    Mr. Lyba - Sophomore Class Advisor


    logo created by Coach Hensley

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  • In order to send a student's Cambridge AICE examination results to a college or university, please complete the form below, follow its instructions, and return it to the University of Cambridge by April 15 of the student's senior year.   

    A student is allowed to request one Cambridge AICE transcript which will be sent to the college or university where he or she has been accepted and has decided to attend.  This form is not to be used during the college or university application process.

    GGHS Cambridge AICE Transcript Request  (ATTENTION SENIORS! this needs to be returned to the University of Cambridge by April 15 of your senior year)




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  • Prominent Princess

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  • Grad Bash

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  • Golden Gate High School teachers and students achieved a milestone and school history moment. For the first time in the history of GGHS, the Academic Team won first place in the A team challenge!

    "We would like to thank Mr. Jorge Agobian and Mr. Chris Estock for their tremendous work with our students in the Academic Challenge," says principal Tobin Walcott.

    Congratulations TITANS.

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  • Tutoring is every Monday-Thursday in the Media Center, 2:30-3:30 p.m. 
    Transportation can be provided if you live more than 2 miles from school. If you are interested in tutoring please pick up a sign-up form with Ms. Casanova at the front desk. Please note: It can take up to a week to be added to the list for bus transportation.
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  • The Collier County Public Schools, in partnership with the Florida Department of Health and Florida’s Vision Quest, will provide the health screening below:

    Vision Screening* Grades K, 1, 3, & 6
    Vision Screening- Title 1 Schools All grades
    Hearing Screening* Grades K, 1, & 6
    Growth and Development Screening (height and weight)* Grades 1, 3, & 6
    Scoliosis Screening (curvature of the spine)* Grade 6
    Dental Screening (UF College of Dentistry) Grade 3
    *Screening required by Florida Statute 381.0056

    If you DO NOT want your child to participate in one or more of these screening activities, Opt Out Formm and return to your child’s school.

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  •  School Advisory Council SAC

    GGHS 2015-2016 SAC Meetings will be held in room 1-131 at 6PM on the following dates: 


    • September 15, 2015   
    • October 5, 2015
    • November 2, 2015   
    • December 7, 2015
    • January 11, 2016
    • February 8, 2016
    • March 7, 2016
    • April 4, 2016


    At Golden Gate High School, the School Advisory Councils (SAC) sets up priorities and student performance standards that serve as guiding principles for schools.  The SAC is composed of the principal and a balanced number of elected teachers, education support employees, students, and parents, along with appointed business and community people, who are representative of the ethnic, racial, and economic community served by the school.

    A School Advisory Council looks at aspects of their school as suggested by the priorities and develops a written School Improvement Plan as part of the school and District's continuous growth model.
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Link Crew

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Link Crew is the new transition program at Golden Gate high school designed to increases freshman success. Members of the junior and senior class are trained to be year long Link Leaders who act as positive role models, motivators, mentors and teachers helping guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during this pivotal transition to high school.  Mentor students who serve as mentors gain lifelong leadership skills and report a higher degree of empathy, compassion and self-esteem, often going on to continue making service a part of their lives. The Titan team embraces the belief that our students ultimately want to be positive change agents and Link Crew provides the structure and permission for them to do so.
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