Christopher High School
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|Christopher High School|
850 Day Road
|School district||Gilroy Unified School District|
|Student to teacher ratio||21.27|
|Color(s)||Gold, Teal, Black, White|
|Athletics||-- Interscholastic Sports|
|Rivals||San Benito High School (Hollister)|
Gilroy High School (Gilroy)
|Website||Christopher High School|
Christopher High School is a co-educational public school in Gilroy, California. It is one of two public comprehensive high schools in the city and has an approximate enrollment of 1,900 students. It is a part of the Gilroy Unified School District.
The school is named for the Christopher family, owner of the Christopher Ranch, a local garlic farm that is one of the largest employers in Gilroy. Christopher donated 10 acres of land and started an endowment for the school with an initial investment of $75,000.
|Girls Golf||Soccer||Boys Golf|
|Girls Tennis||Basketball||Boys Tennis|
|Cross Country||Wrestling||Boys Volleyball|
|Field Hockey||Swimming & Diving|
|Track & Field|
- CDE 2013-2014 SARC Report http://sarconline.org/SarcPdfs/6/43694840118380.pdf
- "Christopher High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved December 22, 2019.