Garden City High School (Michigan)

Garden City High School (Michigan)

Garden City High School is a high school located in Garden City, Michigan, United States. The athletic teams are known as the Cougars. There are approximately 1,800 students enrolled. The colors are Orange and Blue. The principal is Derek Fisher.

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Garden City High School (Michigan) - Sports History
... GardenCity HighSchool became the MEGA Blue District Champions in 2006 on the basketball court the state champions of softball of 2008 ... GardenCity Varsity Pom Pon team also won State Championships in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2013 ... The Varsity team finished 6-3 in 2011 to make the MichiganState Playoffs for the first time since 2000 ...

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