Edison High School (Stockton, California)

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Edison High School
Location
Stockton, California
United States
Information
School type Public
Established 1941
Principal Brian Biedermann
Enrollment 2,600
Color(s) Maroon and Gold
Website

Edison High School is a secondary school located in the southern part Stockton, California.

History[edit]

Opening in 1941, the school is located in a dense urban area in the southern part of Stockton. Edison High School opened in 1941 at what is now the corner of Charter Way, now called Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, and Center Street. It is named after the American Inventor Thomas Edison. The campus has been expanded through the years, with the addition of major classroom buildings and a library in the 1970s. Starting with the 2009–2010 school year, Edison will start its classes as Small Learning Communities or SLC's.

Alma Mater[edit]

Edison, our Alma mater, give forth thy light. Guide us to knowledge, wisdom, and right. Wherever we may wander, let us never fail. Edison forever, Alma mater hail.

Athletics[edit]

The Vikings compete at Division 1 level in the CIF. They are a member of the Tri-City Athletic League and part of the Sac-Joaquin Section.

Notable alumni[edit]

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