Alisal High School
|Alisal High School|
|777 Williams Road
Alisal, Salinas, California, California
|School district||Salinas Union High School District|
|Number of students||2,464 (2007–8)|
|Campus type||Rural / Suburban|
|Color(s)||Forrest Green, black, white|
Alisal High School is an American public high school opened in 1965 and located in Salinas, California. Alisal's school colors are green, black and white. Their mascot is Tommy the Trojan.
Currently, there are about 2700 students attending Alisal, with 98% of them with Hispanic ethnicity. The other 2% are Asian and White. The staff consists of 170 teachers with a teacher-student ratio of 1:32.
Football, cross-country, cheer, tennis, volleyball (in the fall); boys' soccer, girls' soccer, basketball, wrestling (in the winter); and track and field, baseball, softball, swimming, golf (in the spring) are the present sports available at the school. Among these, the boys' varsity soccer team of 2010–2011, part of division 1 of the Central Coast Section (CCS), won the CCS award for the first time in various years. The team won it for the second time during the 2012-2013 season finishing ranked #1 in the state and #2 in the nation.
- "Alisal High – Reports". California Department of Education. Retrieved 2008-05-16.
Total Enroll. 2,464
- Alisal High School Review.
- http://www.studentsports.com/soccer/2013/04/23/boys-esr-final-winter-top-50/. Missing or empty
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