San Carlos High School
San Carlos High School was a high school that the Sequoia Union High School District operated in San Carlos, California, United States, 1960–1982. It was located on the 2500 block of Melendy Drive. Its enrollment declined from a peak of 2,500 until it closed.
The school was demolished in 1988. The playing fields were converted into Highlands Park and a housing development was built on the rest of the site.
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At San Carlos High School south of San Francisco, she was chosen as a mediator during a period of racial tension. She also was selected "foxiest" in her graduating class and won the Miss San Carlos pageant.
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