Mar Vista High School
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|Mar Vista High School|
Main entrance of Mar Vista High School
|505 Elm Avenue
Imperial Beach, California, 91932-2099
|School district||Sweetwater Union High School District|
|Superintendent||Dr. Karen Janney|
|Principal||Juan I. Gonzalez|
|Asst. Principal||Monica Raczkowski;
|Color(s)||Green, gold and white|
|Mascot||Marty the Mariner, Poseidon|
|Rival||Southwest High School|
|Accreditation||Western Association of Schools and Colleges|
|Newspaper||Sea Breeze; Mar Vista Times|
|Website||Mar Vista High School|
Mar Vista Senior High (MVH), in Imperial Beach, California, United States, is a high school established in 1951. Part of the Sweetwater Union High School District, the school serves students living in Imperial Beach, and San Diego, California. The enrollment of the school is approximately 2,300 students.
Mar Vista has an award-winning Marine Science Academy called the Poseidon Academy. Students spend grades 9-12 in the academy. It is frequently called "a school within a school." A NJROTC program is also located on campus.
- Brian Bilbray,1970 - Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California's 50th district. Former mayor of Imperial Beach, California. Former San Diego County supervisor.
- Dr. Alexander Dearing, 1988-Author/Educational consultant. CEO Mark Dearing Consulting Inc.
- Charlie Jackson, 1967 - founder of Silicon Beach Software and FutureWave Software
- Esteban Loaiza, 1991 - professional baseball player
- Dr. Eleanor Connie Mariano, 1973 - Rear Admiral, US Navy. Served as White House Physician under President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush.
- Matthew Modine,1977 - actor.
- James Treber, 2002 - 7th Special Forces Group Sergeant
Hail, Hail Mar Vista High!
All Hail To Our Green and Gold!
Hail, Hail Mar Vista High!
Thy Spirit's a Legend Bold.
Ever Faithful, Ever True,
Thus We Raise Our Song To you;
Courage That Will Never Die,
All Hail Mar Vista High!
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