San Luis Obispo High School
|San Luis Obispo High School|
1499 San Luis Drive
|School district||San Luis Coastal Unified School District|
|Teaching staff||67.23 (FTE)|
|Grades||9 - 12|
|Student to teacher ratio||23.17|
|Color(s)||Black and Gold|
|Nickname||SLO High or SLOHS|
|Rival||Mission College Preparatory High School and Arroyo Grande High School|
San Luis Obispo High School, also referred to as "San Luis High" and "SLO High", is an American public high school in San Luis Obispo, California. It is the only non-continuation public high school within the city. The school is a member of San Luis Coastal Unified School District (SLCUSD) and serves primarily students within San Luis Obispo. Before the school's addition of ninth grade in 1982, the school was known as "San Luis Obispo Senior High School" (SLOSH). It's mascot is the tiger. School colors are black and gold.
- Todd Arrowsmith, CIF Federated Council representative of California Association of Directors of Activities, CIF Southern Section Executive Council, administrator for California Association of Directors of Activities High School/Middle School Camps.
- Jay Asher, author of Thirteen Reasons Why
- Townsend Bell, is an auto racing driver, currently competing in the IndyCar Series
- Thomas Cole, football player
- Double Take, musical duo
- Jerime "Jae" Ford, musician
- Luz Gabás, author of Palm Trees in the Snow, Return to Your Skin, Miradas 2, Página 2
- Greg Goodrich, executive producer/studio head Electronic Arts (EA), executive producer of "Medal of Honor"for EA, Founder/CEO Pound Sand, six-time collegiate All American, four-time NCAA National Swimming Champion, former member U.S. National Water Polo Team
- Ben Masaki Hongo, Golf Digest "Best Teachers in Hawaii" (2019-2020), Aloha Section PGA Teacher of the Year (2004 & 2017), Aloha Section PGA Youth Development Leader of the Year (2008 & 2013)
- Dr. Kendra Jorgensen-Wagers, Senior Clinical Research Director and Regional Program Manager, Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center TBI Program
- Luke O'Leary, National FFA Organization National President
- Christopher Michaels-Martinez, killed in 2014 Isla Vista killings mass shooting
- Matthew "Nuke" Nunes, guitarist, Motorgrater
- Chris Pontius, actor
- Jeff Powers, Olympic silver medalist, water polo
- The Revels, surf rock band
- Sufie Seifoddini, Google program manager
- Gilbert H. Stork, president of Cuesta College
AP Courses offered: AP Art History, AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science A, AP Computer Science Principles, AP Environmental Science, AP Physics I, AP English Language & Composition, AP English Literature & Composition, AP Latin, AP Spanish, AP Statistics, AP European History, AP US History, AP US Government & Politics, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Studio Art 2D, and AP Studio Art 3D.
San Luis Obispo High School is part of the CIF Central Section. Athletic offerings include: Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Water Polo, Cheer, Basketball, Soccer, Wrestling, Swimming, Baseball, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Stunt, and Track & Field.
CIF Southern Section Champion Swim Team (boys): 1982, 1985, 1986, 1989, 2005
CIF Southern Section Champion Swim Team (girls): 1993
CIF Southern Section Football Champions: 1947, 1960, 2001
CIF Southern Section Soccer Champions: 1998
CIF Southern Section Tennis Champions: 1990
CIF Southern Section Track & Field Champions (girls): 2008, 2009
CIF Southern Section Volleyball Champions (girls): 1989
CIF Southern Section Baseball Champions: 1958 (northern group), 1959, 1990, 2000
CIF Southern Section Basketball Champions (boys): 1952 (northern group)
CIF Southern Section Basketball Champions (girls): 1985, 1995
CIF State Cross Country Champions (boys): 2003
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