Grand Blanc Community High School

Grand Blanc Community High School (Grand Blanc High School or GBHS) is a public high school in Grand Blanc, Michigan, a suburb of Flint, Michigan, in the United States. It is managed by Grand Blanc Community Schools.

School(s) Grand Blanc Community High School
Association Kensington Lakes Activities Association (starting with 2009 - 2010 school year)
Division West
Conference Big Nine Conference (1960-2009)
Athletics director Andy Piazza
Location Grand Blanc, Michigan, US
Varsity teams Football, Tennis, Soccer, Volleyball, Swimming, Golf, Cross Country, Bowling, Pom Pon, Basketball, Lacrosse, Rugby, Hockey, Cheerleading, Baseball, Skiing, Marching Band
Stadium Frank Thomas Field
Arena GBHS Gymnasium
Nickname Bobcats
Fight song Onward to Victory
Colors Red and Black

Website Grand Blanc High School

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