Gainesville High School (Florida)

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Gainesville High School (GHS) is a high school in Gainesville, Florida. The first public high school in Gainesville, Florida, was established in 1905 in what is now known as the Kirby Smith Building on East University Avenue. The school consisted of grades 9-12 and was known generally as the "Gainesville graded high school. " Today the high school is operated by the Alachua County School District. The current principal is David Shelnutt, who joined the GHS staff in December 2011. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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Servicios / Formación pública o privada

  1. Santa Fe College
  2. Kika Silva Pla Planetarium
  3. Gainesville High School (Florida)

College baseball venues in the United States

  1. Harmon Stadium

qué ver / turismo / arquitectura y monumentos

  1. Murphree Hall (Gainesville, Florida)
  2. University Auditorium (Gainesville, Florida)
  3. Library East (Gainesville, Florida)
  4. Murphree Area (Gainesville, Florida)
  5. Buckman Hall (Gainesville, Florida)
  6. Florida Museum of Natural History

National Natural Landmarks in Florida

  1. San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park

National Register of Historic Places in Alachua County, Florida

  1. Star Garage

Colleges of the University of Florida

  1. University of Florida College of Fine Arts

Servicios / Universidad

  1. Universidad de la Florida

Localidades / Poblaciones

  1. Gainesville (Florida)

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  1. http://dbpedia.org/resource/Paynes_Prairie
  2. WUFT (TV)

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