Our History & Tradition
The Athletic Department at Coral Gables High has a long history of achievement and excellence. From a football program that has been crowned national champion four times, to the numerous state and local championships that have been won in track, baseball, football, soccer, tennis, golf, badminton, and swimming, Gables continues to field teams that are a source of pride to both our school and community. A constant emphasis on academics results in our student athletes earning some of the highest grade point averages in the country. Our school boasts four former Olympians, three Super Bowl champions, and a number of current professional baseball, football, golf, and tennis players.
The Cavalier Student-Athlete Mission and Expectation
The student-athlete who participates in interscholastic competition here at Coral Gables Senior High will demonstrate high standards of ethics and excellent sportsmanship. In addition, all student-athletes will demonstrate and promote the development of responsibiltiy and accountability. All Cavalier student-athletes are expected to exhibit a high degree of respect for self, family, fellow cavaliers and all opponents regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, gender, or physical condition. As representatives of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and more specifically Coral Gables Senior High, student participants make a commitment to adhere to the above presented core values and team rules.
Please view the following video presented by the NFHS on what is proper sportsmanship.
The Cavalier Fan Code of Honor
Coral Gables Senior High School requires that all spectators of any school sponsored athletic event demonstrate proper sportsmanship. The Cavalier Sportsmanship Code of honor is:
Failure to comply with the Cavalier Fan Code of Honor will result in the immediate removal from the contest. Additionally, spectators who repeatedly violate the Cavalier Fan Code of Honor will not be permitted to attend future events.
Let the players play, let the coaches coach and let the officials officiate.