Edmond Santa Fe High School
|Edmond Santa Fe High School|
|1901 Southwest 15th Street
Edmond, Oklahoma, 73013
|Number of students||2108|
|Color(s)||Dark Green and Gray|
Edmond Santa Fe High School is located in Edmond, Oklahoma, United States at 1901 SW 15th. The school has approximately 2200 students in grades 9-12. The school's mascot is the wolf and the school colors are forest green and gray. Santa Fe currently competes in class 6A athletics along with its two city rivals, Edmond Memorial High School and Edmond North High School.
The high school opened in 1993 and now has over 2,000 students. The mascot is the Wolf. The school colors are dark green and gray. Santa Fe competes in OSSAA Class 6A in every sport offered. The Wolves known rival has always been Oklahoma City's Putnam City North High School, along with the other two Edmond schools, but the recent 2010-2011 basketball season brought a deepened rivalry with Edmond Memorial, as the wolves fell to the Bulldogs in the 2011 State Basketball Tournament. Along with a strong athletic program, Santa Fe is known for its award winning Band (under direction of Mike Lowrey) and Competitive Drama Team (was under direction of Catherine Johnston). They also hold Double Wolf Dare Week (DWDW) every spring and raise money for charities and sick children, with their last donation reaching over $397,000 in 2011. It is recognized as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by No Child Left Behind.
- Ekpe Udoh, NBA player for the Milwaukee Bucks, formerly of Baylor Bears (NCAA) - SFHS Grad 2006
- Reggie Smith (American football), NFL player for the Oakland Raiders, formerly of Oklahoma Sooners (NCAA) - SFHS Grad 2005
- Brandon Weeden, NFL quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, formerly of Oklahoma State Cowboys and New York Yankees (MLB) - SFHS Grad 2002
- Brandon Whitaker, Canadian Football League running back for the Montreal Alouettes, formerly of Baylor Bears (NCAA) - SFHS Grad 2003
- Obi Muonelo, NBA Developmental League guard for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, formerly of Oklahoma State Cowboys (NCAA) - SFHS Grad 2006