Foothill High School (Pleasanton, California)
|Footthill High School|
4375 Foothill Road
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Pleasanton Unified School District|
|NCES School ID||060002009279|
|Teaching staff||87.10 (on an FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||24.66|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Rival||Amador Valley High School|
Foothill High School (FHS) is a public high school in Pleasanton, California, United States. It was established in 1973 and is part of the Pleasanton Unified School District. It was recognized in 2001 as a California Distinguished School and a 2002 National Blue Ribbon California Nominee. It was a 2006 winner of the National Blue Ribbon Award.
- Brad Bergesen, former pitcher for the MLB
- Brandon Crawford, infielder for three-time World Series champion San Francisco Giants 
- Paula Creamer, professional golfer on LPGA Tour
- Todd Fischer, professional golfer on PGA Tour
- T. J. Friedl, baseball player
- Sean Mannion, starting quarterback for Oregon State, currently with Los Angeles Rams
- Johnny Millard, Linebacker for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and St. Louis Rams
- Keith Millard, former NFL defensive tackle and defensive line coach for Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Eric Moran, former NFL player
- Bob Otto, former NFL player
- Ryan Roxie, former guitarist for Alice Cooper
- Jason Tarver, football coach
- Gabrielle Union, actress and former model
- Rob Williams, host of The Rob, Anybody, and Dawn Show in Sacramento
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