Woodside High School (Woodside, California)
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|Woodside High School|
A view of Woodside looking toward the main quad.
|199 Churchill Ave
Woodside, California, 94062
|Type||Comprehensive Public High School|
|School district||Sequoia Union High School District|
|Number of students||1,780 (2013–2014)|
|Color(s)||Orange, Black, White|
|Fight song||Sons of Westwood|
|Rivals||Sequoia High School
Menlo-Atherton High School
Carlmont High School
Woodside serves students from the surrounding communities of Portola Valley, Woodside, East Palo Alto and Redwood City. It has a large Performing Arts Center, which was built in 2004. The newest building on campus is the Digital Media Center, known as the "I-Wing," which houses the digital photography, audio production, animation, video production, and computer science classrooms.
- 1,780 students: 882 Male (49.6%), 898 Female (50.4%)
|Hispanic||White||Two or More Races||African American||Pacific Islander||Asian||Filipino||American Indian||Not Reported|
|SAT Scores for 2012–2013 |
|Critical Reading Average||Math Average||Writing Average|
|2013 Academic Performance Index|
|2009 Base API ||2013 Growth API ||Growth in the API from 2009 to 2013|
Woodside is the home to FIRST RoboticsTeam 100, the Wildhats.
The school's football team won the California Interscholastic Federation's Central Coast Section title in 2004. More recently, the school's girls' soccer team won the California Interscholastic Federation's Central Coast Section title in 2011 in a 0-0 tie with Santa Teresa High School.
- Julian Edelman, Class of 2005, wide receiver for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL)
- Rich Kelley, former professional basketball player
- Tyler MacNiven, Class of 1998, winner of The Amazing Race 9 and filmmaker
- John Naber former competition swimmer, five-time Olympic medalist
- Zack Test, rugby union player
- Lillian Watson, ladies Olympic Gold Medal swimmer, 1964, 1968
- Renel Brooks-Moon, SF Giants baseball announcer and radio personality, 1972-1976
- "School Profile 2011–12: Woodside High School". California Department of Education.
- "Enrollment by Ethnicity for 2013–14: Woodside High School". California Department of Education.
- "SAT Report 2012-13 – Woodside High". California Department of Education.
- "2009 Base API School Report – Woodside High". California Department of Education Assessment, Accountability and Awards Division.
- "2013 Growth API School Report – Woodside High". California Department of Education Analysis, Measurement, & Accountability Reporting Division.
- Spalding, John; Nash, Don. "Historical Record of CCS Football Champions Year-by-Year". CIFCCS. Retrieved 28 June 2014.
- "2013 CCS GIRL S SOCCER - DIVISION I". Retrieved 28 June 2014.
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