San Pasqual High School (Escondido, California)

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San Pasqual High School
3300 Bear Valley Parkway
Escondido, California, United States
Coordinates 33°4′35″N 117°3′23.5″W / 33.07639°N 117.056528°W / 33.07639; -117.056528Coordinates: 33°4′35″N 117°3′23.5″W / 33.07639°N 117.056528°W / 33.07639; -117.056528
Type Public
School district Escondido Union High School District
Principal Tom McCoy
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2592
Color(s) Blue and Gold         
Slogan "Go!, Fight!, Win!"
Athletics 15 sports
Mascot Golden Eagle

San Pasqual High School is a public high school in Escondido, California. It is named after the nearby San Pasqual Valley. It is within the Escondido Union School District.



The school supports numerous sports teams that are accredited by the CIF (SDS Division) such as:

Handball 2016

In 2009, the Eagles Boys' Varsity Soccer team had become California Interscholastic Federation Division 1 champions.

In 2012, the Eagles Boys' Varsity Soccer team had established a winning season in which they were nationally recognized as the 3rd ranked high school team in the United States and 1st ranked in California according to with a record of 20-2-1.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]



Statistics and Demographics[edit]

As of the 2011-2012 school year, the enrollment was approximately 2500 students.

As of 2011, European American students comprise 43% of the population at High School, Hispanic and Latino American students comprise 47%, Asian American students comprise 6%, African American students comprise 3%, and American Indian students comprise 1%.[7]


  1. ^ "San Pasqual High School (Escondido, CA) 11-12 Soccer Schedule". Retrieved 2012-08-27. 
  2. ^ Herbst, Dan (November 13, 1995). "A Foot In The Door". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved May 4, 2014. 
  3. ^ McKibben, Dave (November 14, 1990). "Meek to Sign With Blue Devils". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 4, 2014. 
  4. ^ Malveaux, Craig (March 24, 2014). "MacMillan a women's soccer pioneer". U-T San Diego. Retrieved May 4, 2014. 
  5. ^ Giesin, Dan (June 22, 2000). "Olympics or not, Serlenga is now more committed". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved May 4, 2014. 
  6. ^ Gorman, Tom (December 10, 1986|). "A Strange Disappearance". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 4, 2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  7. ^ "San Pasqual High School". Retrieved 2012-03-19. 

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