Edgewood High School (West Covina, California)

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Edgewood High School
Crest of Edgewood High School, West Covina, California.png
Address

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United States
Information
TypePublic Secondary
MottoThe pride of West Covina
Established1958-1988, 2010-
School districtWest Covina Unified School District
CategoryPublic
PrincipalVeronica Lui-Maddox
Grades09-12
Enrollment861 (2016-17)[1]
Color(s)         
Athletics conferenceCIF Southern Section
Miramonte League
MascotLions
Website

Edgewood High School is a secondary school located in West Covina, California and is serviced by West Covina Unified School District. Previously a high school and now once again one, it shares its campus with Edgewood Middle School. The newly started high school's first graduating class was the class of 2014, which was the only class on campus when the school first opened in 2010.

History[edit]

Edgewood High School was originally established in 1958 by the Covina Union High School District after they bought land from the Hurst Family Ranch. The purpose of the school was to ease the problems of overcrowding at West Covina High School's old campus.[2]

Softball Miramonte League Champions 2015 14-0 record

Demographics[edit]

The ethnicity of the school in 2017-2018 was:[3]

Hispanic/Latino: 313
Asian: 14
White: 73
African American: 9
American Indian/Alaska Native: 2
Pacific Islander: 0
Two or more races: 2
Total: 413

Notable alumni[edit]

Yearly API[edit]

Year API Base Data API Growth Data Growth Target Actual Growth
2010–2011 789
2011–2012 790 829 5 40
2012–2013 832 819 -10

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Edgewood High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 4, 2019.
  2. ^ "West Covina High School: School History". Wchs-wcusd-ca.schoolloop.com. Retrieved 2011-03-01.
  3. ^ Demographics by ethnicity; 2010-2011

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