Woodside High School (California)
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|Woodside High School|
A view of Woodside looking toward the main quad.
|199 Churchill Ave
Woodside, California, 94062
|Type||Comprehensive Public High School|
|School district||Sequoia Union High School District|
|Number of students||1,815 (2014–2015)|
|Color(s)||Orange, Black, White|
|Fight song||Sons of Westwood|
|Rivals||Sequoia High School
Menlo-Atherton High School
Carlmont High School
Woodside serves students from the surrounding communities of Portola Valley, Woodside, East Palo Alto and Redwood City. It has a large Performing Arts Center, which was built in 2004. The newest building on campus is the Digital Media Center, known as the "I-Wing," which houses the digital photography, audio production, animation, video production, and computer science classrooms.
- 1,815 students: 892 Male (49.1%), 923 Female (50.9%)
|Hispanic||White||Two or More Races||African American||Pacific Islander||Asian||Filipino||American Indian||Not Reported|
|SAT Scores for 2013–2014|
|Critical Reading Average||Math Average||Writing Average|
|2013 Academic Performance Index|
|2009 Base API||2013 Growth API||Growth in the API from 2009 to 2013|
Woodside is the home to FIRST Robotics Team 100, the Wildhats.
- Julian Edelman, Class of 2005, wide receiver for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL)
- Rich Kelley, former professional basketball player
- Tyler MacNiven, Class of 1998, winner of The Amazing Race 9 and filmmaker
- John Naber former competition swimmer, five-time Olympic medalist
- Zack Test, rugby union player
- Lillian Watson, ladies Olympic Gold Medal swimmer, 1964, 1968
- Renel Brooks-Moon, SF Giants baseball announcer and radio personality, 1972-1976
- "School Profile 2011–12: Woodside High School". California Department of Education.
- "Enrollment by Ethnicity for 2014–15: Woodside High School". California Department of Education.
- "SAT Report 2013-14 - District Level Scores". California Department of Education.
- "2009 Base API School Report – Woodside High". California Department of Education Assessment, Accountability and Awards Division.
- "2013 Growth API School Report – Woodside High". California Department of Education Analysis, Measurement, & Accountability Reporting Division.
- Spalding, John; Nash, Don. "Historical Record of CCS Football Champions Year-by-Year". CIFCCS. Retrieved 28 June 2014.
- "2013 CCS GIRL S SOCCER - DIVISION I" (PDF). Retrieved 28 June 2014.
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