​STUDENT LIFE

Athletics


Gatlinburg-Pittman High School offers many different sports for students to participate in.  The boys soccer team just won the very first team state championship in school history in the spring of 2018.  Gatlinburg-Pittman has always had a "tradition or excellence" in its athletic programs.  Please look at the list below and find a place to be a highlander forever.   

BASEBALL

BASKETBALL

BOWLING

CHEERLEADING

CROSS COUNTRY

DANCE TEAM

FISHING

FOOTBALL

GOLF

SOCCER

SOFTBALL

SWIMMING

TENNIS 

TRACK & FIELD

VOLLEYBALL

Hall of Fame

Coming Soon!

ATTEND A GAME

15 FEB

5:30 pm - District Basketball Tournament GP vs Pigeon Forge Boys

16 FEB

4:00 pm - District Basketball Tournament GP vs Pigeon Forge Girls

19 Feb

6:00 pm - Lacrosse vs Alcoa

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Band & Color Guard

Under the direction of Gregory Fitch and Mark Harrell, the Marching Band, Concert Band, and Color Guard is bringing back a "tradition of exellence" here at Gatlinburg Pittman.  The Marching Band and Color Guard performs at halftime of all football games and also participates in several competitions.  The concert band performs a Christmas Concert and Spring Concert and also participate in several competitions.  

Visual Arts

 

Gatlinburg-Pittman has a rich history of students with artistic abilities.  Under the direction of Mrs. Alice Fisher, the program has excelled for many years.  Students have many opportunities for scholarships and other awards through our art program.  Anything from painting, to sculptures, to digital design, the art program at GPHS is a great place to learn.  

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CLUBS
Chorus and Drama

Coming Soon!

The Sevier County Board of Education is committed to taking immediate action to eliminate harassment on the basis of disability, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects.  The Sevier County Board of Education does not tolerate harassment on the basis of disability.  Students and school personnel who believe that they have been subjected to harassment on the basis of disability are encouraged to report the harassment to the District.  Those students, parents, and school personnel who believe they have been subjected to harassment on the basis of disability are encouraged to contact their principal or the Director of Student Services and ADA/Section 504/Title II Coordinator, Dr. John Enloe, (865)453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee  37862.  Those students or employees who have been found to engage in acts of harassment on the basis of disability will be promptly disciplined up to and including suspension and/or dismissal.  Students, parents, and school personnel are encouraged to work together to prevent harassment on the basis of disability.  

 

The Sevier County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age (40 and over), sex, special education status, religion, pregnancy, military/veteran status, or genetic information in provision of educational opportunities, programs, activities, or employment opportunities/benefits.  Inquiries, questions or complaints related to students or disabilities should be referred to your principal or to the Director of Student Services and ADA/Section 504/Title II Coordinator: Dr. John Enloe, (865) 453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862.  Inquiries, questions or complaints related to employees should be referred to your principal or to the Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Human Resources: Karen King, (865) 453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862.  If you have questions or concerns regarding any of the above, please call the main office at 865-453-4671.