South San Francisco High School

South San Francisco High School

Infobox_University
name = South San Francisco High School


motto =
established = 1913
type = Public secondary
faculty = 71 [cite web|url=http://data1.cde.ca.gov/dataquest/NumTchsch.asp?cSelect=SOUTH%5ESAN%5EFRANCISCO--SOUTH%5ESAN%5EFRANC--4169070-4137279&cChoice=SchTeach&Radio2=T&cYear=2005-06&cLevel=School&cTopic=Paif&myTimeFrame=S&submit1=Submit|title= Educational Demographics Unit: Teachers|publisher= California Department of Education|accessdate=2007-08-21|date=August 21, 2007] (2005-2006)
principal = Michael Coyne
students = 1,567 [cite web|url=http://data1.cde.ca.gov/dataquest/SchEnr.asp?TheName=south+san&cSelect=SOUTH%5ESAN%5EFRANCISCO--SOUTH%5ESAN%5EFRANC--4169070-4137279&cChoice=SchEnrEth&cYear=2005-06&cLevel=School&cTopic=Enrollment&myTimeFrame=S&submit1=Submit|title= Educational Demographics Unit: Students|publisher= California Department of Education|accessdate=2007-08-21|date=August 21, 2007] (2005-2006)
city = 400 B Street, South San Francisco
state = California
country = United States 94080
campus = Suburban
colors = colorbox|bluecolorbox|white Blue, White
mascot = Warrior
affiliations =
website = [http://www.ssfhs.com]
telephone = +1 (650) 877-8754
logo =

South San Francisco High School, known colloquially as "South City High", is an American public high school located in South San Francisco, California which serves grades 9-12 as part of the South San Francisco Unified School District (SSFUSD).

Campus

South San Francisco High School is composed of four main class buildings, forming campus wings. Two additional wings contain portable classrooms for language and math classes. The "S" wing contains the woods, auto, ceramics, and art shops. The auditorium is located to the right of the main entrance with the cafeteria next to it. The "M" wing contains the broadcasting station and the band room. The video broadcasting class provides live segments daily through the schools cable network and [http://www.ssfhs.com/the_source/ online] .

South San Francisco High School operates as a closed campus [ [http://www.ssfusd.k12.ca.us/schoolcity/ssb/content.cfm?ptc=/0x294c0422c38ad611/0xbf4d0422c38ad611/0x5db9eefb8b788643/0x85ef87267c156e49&si=0&fi=0#guidelinesatlunch SSFHS Student Behavior] ] prohibiting leaving the campus for lunch or meeting visitors during school hours. The district offices for the SSFUSD are located on the school campus at the main entrance.

Athletics

South San Francisco High School offers a variety of sports, including American football, badminton, baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling. They also won the infamous Bell Game against El Camino High School (South San Francisco), also in South San Francisco, in 2007.

Extra curricular activities

For many years, students have had the opportunity to join many clubs and activities, such as the ASB or Leadership, The Hermanos Club, Drama Club/Thespians Troupe, ASB or Leadership, Journalism (which produces the school newspaper), Chess Club, Mock Trial, California Scholarship Federation, and the GSA.

ee also

*San Mateo County high schools

References

External links

* [http://www.ssfusd.k12.ca.us/schoolcity/ssb/content.cfm?si=0&fi=0&siteID=0x294C0422C38AD611&ptc=/0x294C0422C38AD611/0xC04D0422C38AD611&CFID=529731 South San Francisco High School official website]
* [http://www.greatschools.net/modperl/browse_school/ca/6993 Great Schools profile]


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