Atascadero High School
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Atascadero High School is an American public high school located in Atascadero, California. Atascadero High School is 1 of 2 high schools in the Atascadero Unified School District. The school receives its students mainly from the Atascadero Junior High School and Atascadero Fine Arts Academy, and also attracts students from outlying areas of northern and eastern San Luis Obispo County. The mission of Atascadero High School is to provide educational opportunities which empower students to reach their fullest potential, and participate as responsible and productive citizens in a continuously changing world. All students have access to personal support services, activities, and opportunities, and have equal access to the school’s many programs.
The school offers different paths of study, from trade-based programs to a wide variety of college prep, honors, and advanced placement courses. The school has a rigorous, relevant, and coherent standards-based curriculum using a broad range of educational opportunities in order to meet the growing needs of the students.
The school's biggest athletic rival is Paso Robles High School. Both schools are part of the CIF Southern Section PAC-8 League and have faced off over the years within the California Individual Finals.
Boys Water polo
Girls Water polo
The High School offers many clubs,and allows students to form their own clubs. Some of the clubs are listed as the following: Rugby Club
California Scholarship Federation Club (CSF)
and many, many more...
Atascadero High School also is home to one of the county's strongest performing arts departments, led by theater director Sabrina Pratt, band director Nate Conrad, and choral director Emy Bruzzo.
Atascadero High School is home to FIRST Robotics Team 973, recently one of the most competitive teams in the nation. In 2009 and 2013, the team won the Los Angeles Regional competition, and were selected second in the draft at the World Championship. In 2011, Team 973 was one of the three winners of the FIRST Championship in St. Louis.
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