San Pasqual High School (Escondido, California)
|San Pasqual High School|
|3300 Bear Valley Parkway
Escondido, California, United States
|School district||Escondido Union High School District|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Slogan||"Go!, Fight!, Win!"|
The school supports numerous sports teams that are accredited by the CIF (SDS Division) such as:
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 MaxPreps.com with a record of 20-2-1.
- Jovan Kirovski - Former American soccer player, currently an assistant coach for Los Angeles Galaxy in Major League Soccer
- Erik Meek - Class of '91 Former professional basketball player (Turkish Basketball League, Greek Basket League, Liga ACB
- Shannon MacMillan - Former American professional soccer Player and Oregon Sports Hall of Fame inductee
- Nikki Serlenga - Former American professional soccer player
- Tom Anderson - Class of '88, Creator and Previous Owner of successful social networking website Myspace
- Andrea Zittel - Class of '83, American sculptor and installation artist
Statistics and Demographics
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%.
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