Titusville High School

Titusville High School is part of the Brevard Public Schools System. It is located at 150 Terrier Trail South, Titusville, Florida.

Titusville High School
150 Terrier Trail South


United States
Coordinates28°35′33.17″N 80°48′18.38″W / 28.5925472°N 80.8051056°W / 28.5925472; -80.8051056Coordinates: 28°35′33.17″N 80°48′18.38″W / 28.5925472°N 80.8051056°W / 28.5925472; -80.8051056
MottoMeet the challenge every day!
PrincipalJennifer Gonzalez
Staff66.50 (FTE)[1]
Number of students1,381 (2018–19)[1]
Student to teacher ratio20.77[1]
Color(s)Royal blue and bright gold[2]
RivalAstronaut High School


In 1927, Titusville High School was founded at the current location, the first building devoted solely to high school classes in the city. The Spanish-style structure featured terrazzo floors, brick halls, an auditorium, cafeteria, a large second-floor library, and one-story wings housing industrial arts and home economics departments. Over the entrance was a bell tower, which was reproduced in smaller form as a monument when the building was demolished in 1972. None of the original structure remains.

The school was partially integrated in 1966, and fully integrated in 1967 with African-American students coming from the previously all-black school, the Andrew J. Gibson High School.[3]


The campus contains several buildings: the two-story Dorothy S. Wise Instructional Building; the Science, Art, and Health Occupations Building; Fine and Performing Arts Buildings; Cafeteria, Gym, Media Center and Administrative offices.

A new football stadium was completed in mid-2007. Two buildings were constructed in 2008: An Administrative/Science/Freshman Center and a Performing Arts building.


Its primary sports rival is Astronaut High School.[4]

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  8. ^ "Joe DeForest bio". Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  9. ^ "Clipped From Florida Today". Florida Today. 1974-08-13. pp. 2B. Retrieved 2021-08-25.
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  11. ^ Grossman, Hillard. "First Florida Tech player in NFL brings mom to tears after beating odds". Florida Today. Retrieved 2021-08-25.
  12. ^ "J.T. Hassell (DB): Bio, News, Stats & more". www.newyorkjets.com. Retrieved 2021-08-25.
  13. ^ "Alaska State Legislature". www.akleg.gov. Retrieved 2021-08-27.
  14. ^ "Titusville High School alumni - Last Names starting with J". titusvillehighschool.org. Retrieved 2021-08-27.
  15. ^ "Mitzi Kremer Tighe back in the swim in Titusville". Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  16. ^ "Gerald White bio". Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  17. ^ "Jack L. Wilson (1994) - Hall of Fame". fhsaa.com. Retrieved 2021-08-25.

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