Montgomery High School (San Diego)

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Montgomery High School
Montgomery High School San Diego logo.png
Address
3250 Palm Avenue

,
92154

CoordinatesCoordinates: 32°35′05.47″N 117°03′52.03″W / 32.5848528°N 117.0644528°W / 32.5848528; -117.0644528
Information
TypePublic
Motto"We Are Manotas”
Established1970
School districtSweetwater Union High School District
PrincipalThomas Gray
Teaching staff63.24 (FTE)
Grades9-12
Enrollment1,684[1] (2015-2016)
Student to teacher ratio27.25
CampusSuburban
Color(s)     White      Blue      Red
Athletics conferenceMetropolitan - Mesa League
MascotCakey the Aztec
NicknameAztecs
RivalsSouthwest Senior High School
Castle Park High School
National rankingRecognized
NewspaperLa Voz Azteca (Spanish), Moctezuma (English)
TV ChannelKMMI
Website
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Montgomery High School (MOH) is a four-year (grade levels 9-12) public high school located in the city of San Diego, California. It opened in 1970 and is situated today in Otay Mesa. Montgomery High School serves more than 2,500 students and is named after pioneer aviator John J. Montgomery, who made the first manned glider flight in U.S. history from a hill in the area where the school is located.

In 1975, Tagalog class was first offered as a foreign language in California at Montgomery.[3] Prior to a 1986 annexation claim, the school was originally located in the city of Chula Vista. The city boundary dispute was finalized in 2006 and Montgomery High School officially became located within San Diego city limits in July 2006.

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  1. ^ "Montgomery Senior High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 11, 2018.
  2. ^ "Search for Public Schools - School Detail for Montgomery Senior High Ra". ed.gov. Retrieved 13 August 2015.
  3. ^ Lim, Ed (January 2010). "Filipino, Pilipino, Tagalog: Status of Filipino Classes in the U.S." (PDF). Language Training Center. San Diego State University. Retrieved 10 May 2018.

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