Mission Bay Senior High School

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Mission Bay High School
2475 Grand Avenue
San Diego
, California
Type Public secondary school, magnet
Motto Pride, Dignity and Excellence in everything we do.
Established 1953
Principal Ernest Remillard
Vice principal Erin Leszynski & Nella Landau
Number of students Approximately 1,200
Color(s) Black & Gold
Mascot Buccaneer
Newspaper The Beachcomber
Yearbook Taroga
District San Diego Unified School District

Mission Bay High School is a public school located in the San Diego, California community of Pacific Beach . It is a magnet school with emphasis on Academic Studies. In Fall 2006, Mission Bay introduced International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme courses.

Mission Bay also has a nationally recognized Jazz program, directed by Jean-Paul "J.P." Balmat (formerly directed by Ray Vinole). This program consists of three groups: the Concert Jazz Ensemble, the Intermediate Jazz Ensemble, and the Preservationists (formerly the Mission Bay High School Dixie Jazz Band).

The racial make-up of Mission Bay High is American Indian - 13 (1%), Asian - 174 (10%), Black - 242 (14%,) Hispanic - 876 (52%), White - 369 (22%). Approximately 83% of the school is bused from other parts of San Diego such as Logan Heights, Sherman, Shell Town, Mount Hope, Lincoln Park, Valencia Park, Encanto, Skyline, Paradise Hills, City Heights & Scripps Ranch.

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Coordinates: 32°48′00″N 117°13′24″W / 32.80000°N 117.22333°W / 32.80000; -117.22333