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Gilroy High School is a co-educational public school located in Gilroy, California that serves the city of Gilroy. It is one of two public high schools in the city and has an approximate enrollment of 2,500 students.
The school's mascot is the mustang and all athletic teams representing the school go by the mustang nickname. The school's colors are blue, white, and gold. All of the school's athletic teams compete in the Central Coast Section (CCS).
The wrestling team at Gilroy High School has had the most success, winning seven straight CCS championships. Gilroy also placed second in state in 2008.
The boys' soccer team has been successful in recent seasons, winning the Tri-County Athletic League (TCAL) title in 2006-2007, while also winning the 2006-2007 CCS championship. Gilroy defeated Bellarmine College Preparatory in the CCS final, 2-0 and ended the season ranked among the top 12 teams in the country by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
The football team has also had a run of success recently, advancing to the CCS championship game in 2008 while winning the TCAL title in the same year.
The Girls Varsity Field Hockey team won the MTAL League 9 years in a row and has also been undefeated in league play for 9 years. Starting the 2010-11 season they will be joining the BVAL in the Mount Hamilton Division. The 2008-09 and 2009-10 teams both reached the CCS semi-finals.
- Antonio Del Buono Elementary
- Brownell Middle
- Mt. Madonna High
- Luigi Aprea Elementary
- Las Animas Elementary
- Glen View Elementary
- Gilroy Community Day
- Gilroy Adult Education
- Eliot Elementary
- El Roble Elementary
- Dr. T. J. Ownes Gilroy Early College Academy
- South Valley Middle
- Solorsano Middle
- Rucker Elementary
- Rod Kelley Elementary
- Vision Literacy