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  • Mrs. Becky Grace is our non-instructional employee of the year. Congratulations!

  • Congratulations to Mrs. Christy Morgan, GBMS Teacher of the Year!

  • Yearbooks are now $60! Order at Jostens.com before the price goes up again!

  • Semester Exam Schedule
  • GBMS Students to perform this weekend in Christmas on the Coast
  • Robotics team builds reputation for excellence
  • Mr. Brandon’s November/December Letter
  • GBMS raises breast cancer awareness
  • Hola, Welcome to Spanish Club!
  • NJHS Tops the School!
  • Semester Exam Schedule

    Semester Exam Schedule

    Monday, Dec 18 7:30                                           Tardy bell, report to 1st period 7:30 - 8:40                               Test 1st period 8:40 - 9:00                               Lunch/Br...

  • GBMS Students to perform this weekend in Christmas on the Coast

    GBMS Students to perform this weekend in Christmas on the Coast

    Ava Kesler, copy editor

    On December 8 and 9 at 7:30 p.m. and December 10 at 2:30 p.m. at the Saenger Theater, GBMS students in Pensacola Children's Chorus (PCC) will perform the 27th annual Christmas on the Coast. This show features many different styles of holiday music sung by the PCC students, from Christmas carols to...

    Pensacola Children's Chorus performs in Christmas on the Coast.

    photo from Christmas on the Coast

  • Robotics team builds reputation for excellence

    Robotics team builds reputation for excellence

    Eryn Flynn, staff writer

    On Saturday, October 28, the GBMS Robotics Team took a ride on a bus for the Best Robotics  competition held at the University of West Florida. The team won a total of two awards:  First place for best t-shirt, and second place for marketing and presentation. Ms. Titus was in charge of the team this year...

  • Mr. Brandon’s November/December Letter

    Mr. Brandon’s November/December Letter

    Hello students and parents, As we are in the middle of the holiday season, I would like thank everyone for their continued support of our fundraisers this year.  We have done a tremendous job in helping out folks who have been impacted by hurricanes while also raising a lot of money for cancer a...

    photo by Brady Goodman

  • GBMS raises breast cancer awareness

    GBMS raises breast cancer awareness

    Erin Mayhew, staff writer

    October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Breast cancer is a serious disease that affects both women and men. It is easy to say, “It won't be me.” However, one in eight women will develop breast cancer, so it is extremely likely that at least one person or more in your life will be affected...

    GBSA football team support all those with breast cancer with their new jerseys.

  • Hola, Welcome to Spanish Club!

    Hola, Welcome to Spanish Club!

    Raven Price, staff writer

    For the second year in a row, GBMS has Spanish club open for eighth graders every Tuesday morning in Ms. McCoy’s room. During Spanish Club, students enjoy Hispanic inspired treats, learn about Spanish heritage, and socialize. This year, Spanish Club received new eighth grade officers to help run...

    Left to right: Natalia Mercado, Alejandra Burger, Savannah Jacobi, and Zachary Meaux. Not pictured: Avery Branstetter.

    photo by Raven Price

  • NJHS Tops the School!

    NJHS Tops the School!

    Raven Price, staff writer

    Every year in the spring, the school selects a new group of National Junior Honors Society (NJHS) members. NJHS is an 8th grade society which honors student achievement in behavior and good grades. NJHS meets on the last Thursday of every month to discuss how the members can help around the school...

    From left, this year’s NJHS officers are: Paige Smith (historian); Ann Hitpas (president); Lauren Kellen (secretary); Grace Mims (vice president); and Ethen Pensyl (treasurer).

Respect For the American Flag

Jenna Moore, Staff Writer

December 14, 2017

What does the American flag mean to you? Mrs. Harvill, 7th grade civics teacher, stated, “The American flag is a representation of all that we as a nation stand for, our basic rights and freedoms.” Our flag is a ...

Christmas Traditions

Nora Elliott, staff writer

December 10, 2017

There are many Christmas traditions that families across the globe partake in and countless traditions that families everywhere have. Some include the Christmas Pickle, playing with an Elf on the Shelf, Secret Santa, and hanging Jingle...

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Blue Angels jerseys on the field

Brady Goodman, staff writer

December 13, 2017No Comments

The Blue Angels aren’t just amazing in the air but amazing on the football field as well. This year the Navy Football team’s jerseys are representing the Blue Angel colors and design. Both teams have worn specially designed...

Gulf Breeze Sharks

Dan Selogy, staff writer

November 30, 2017No Comments

Recently, the Gulf Breeze Sharks, a travel basketball team, had tryouts for both the boys’ and girls’ teams. There is one girls’ team  for 6th-8th grades, and three boys’ teams (one for each grade, 6th, 7th...

  • Matherne Kicks It To Win It November 13, 2017
  • NFL players are kneeling at the National Anthem October 27, 2017
  • Tyler Doughty, football phenomenon! October 24, 2017
  • Baylen Crance chassés across the states October 12, 2017

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In MathCounts, Math Counts!

Ethan Matthews, Visual Editor

December 11, 2017

After a year of being absent, MathCounts returns in full force. MathCounts is a club led by math teacher Mrs. Christy Morgan that focuses on the joys of math. According...

The 7th graders are flying with style

The 7th graders are flying with style

October 31, 2017

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Band Winter Concert

Eryn Flynn, staff writer

December 14, 2017No Comments

Make your calendars clear TONIGHT, December 14, to come listen to GBMS band perform at St. Ann’s Catholic Church free of charge. That’s right, for free and no money down, you can come listen to all...

Art is the Heart

Valeria Hanson, staff writer

December 13, 2017No Comments

Most people see art as a painting or a drawing, but it is so much more than that. You see art all the time and don't even notice it. Every subject, including math, English language arts, science,...

Split Movie Review

Eryn Flynn, staff writer

December 12, 2017No Comments

Disclaimer: Split is PG-13 for a reason. Talk with your parents before watching. Split is a movie created by M. Night Shyamalan. If you know about his works, you should know that they are bizarre, strang...

Limo Band Lunch

Limo Band Lunch

November 30, 2017

UPDATE! 2017-18 All State Band

UPDATE! 2017-18 All State Band

November 17, 2017

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The War that Saved My Life book review

Valeria Hanson, staff writer | December 11, 2017

Do you like stories about war? Stories about strength and courage? Hope? If you answered yes to all of these, then The War that Saved My Life, by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, is the book to read.  What is it about?  This moving story is about a girl named Ada. She's never gone out of her little one-room apartment flat in London, watching the world pass by her through a window. Why? She has a clubbed foot. Is her mother caring and showing her that just be...

Worth More Than Just the Doubts

Mykala Mayo, guest writer | December 1, 2017

Stand in front of a mirror for a long time; trace the rises and falls of the little ripples of your skin—the scars, the dimples, the cellulite—and think about how much you try to hide these things every day. Wonder why you hate them so much, and if this hate stems somewhere within yourself, or because of being told all your life that it’s wrong to have physical flaws. Imagine how you would feel...

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