Santa Teresa High School

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Santa Teresa High School
Established 1973 (1973)
Type Public High School
Principal Greg Louie
Asst. Principal Jesus Marron
David Porter
Students 2300
Grades 9 - 12
Location 6150 Snell Avenue,
San Jose, California, U.S.
Coordinates 37°14′07″N 121°49′48″W / 37.235377°N 121.829959°W / 37.235377; -121.829959Coordinates: 37°14′07″N 121°49′48″W / 37.235377°N 121.829959°W / 37.235377; -121.829959
Colors Orange and Blue
Nickname Saints
Mascot St. Bernard (dog)
Emblem Fleur-de-lis
Newspaper Saints Espirit
Website Santa Teresa High School
Santa Teresa High School aerial view.jpg

Aerial view of the school, 12 June 2010

Santa Teresa High School is a high school located in the suburban southern region of San Jose, California, United States. The school is part of the East Side Union High School District (ESUHSD), serving students in grades 9-12. Average student enrollment is 2300 students, with 23 students for every 1 teacher.

Santa Teresa High School is known for its award winning music program and extracurricular programs. These include Symphonic Band, Guitar Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Percussion Ensembles, Jazz Bands, and Marching Band. Along with a strong band, Santa Teresa or "ST" as it is commonly referred to has many clubs such as Key Club, International Relations Club (IRC),[1] California Scholarship Federation (CSF), and their award winning "MESA" engineering club.


  • Football (Varsity, Frosh/Soph, Freshamn)
  • Waterpolo (Boys: Varsity and JV and Girls: Varsity and JV)
  • Cross Country (Boys and Girls Varsity)
  • Volleyball (Girls Varsity and JV)
  • Tennis (Boys and Girls Varsity)
  • Swimming (Boys Varsity and Girls: Varsity and JV)
  • Soccer (Boys: Varsity and Frosh/Soph Girls: Varsity and JV)
  • Basketball (Boys: Varsity, Frosh/Soph and Freshman and Girls: Varsity and JV)
  • Wrestling (Varsity and JV)
  • Track & Field
  • Golf (Boys and Girls Varsity)
  • Badminton (Coed Varsity)
  • Baseball (Varsity and Frosh/Soph)
  • Softball (Varsity and JV)
  • Marching Band


White: 34% Hispanic: 32% Asian: 28% Black: 4% Other: 2%

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