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Dr. Phillips High School is a high school in Orlando, Florida, United States.HistoryDr. Phillips High School opened in fall of 1987 and was built for approximately 2,500 students in the Dr. Phillips area of southwest Orange County, Florida.The campus is situated on 55acre in the Orlando city limits and unincorporated Orange County.The school's first principal, Bill Spoone, went on to be elected to the Orange County School Board. The football stadium is named after him. The school's gymnasium is named after its second principal, Dr. Larry Payne, and is nicknamed "The House of Payne."The school opened with enrollment above capacity and began using portable classrooms on the North Campus, formerly known as the 9th Grade Center. Due to overflow from main campus, many non-freshman classes were moved into additional portable classrooms at the 9th Grade Center. Because the students attending classes at the 9th Grade Center were of mixed grade level, the name was changed to North Campus, with the main campus renamed the South Campus. Portable classrooms are still used on the North Campus and are primarily for freshman-level classes.As of the 2014–15 school year the school had 3,641 students, of whom 35% were Caucasian, 32% African American, 24% Hispanic, 7% Asian, and 2% multiracial.The school is undergoing renovations that are to conclude in 2015. A new building has been added, along with new VPA classrooms on the South Campus.
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