El Capitan High School

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El Capitan High School
El Capitan High School logo.gif
Address
10410 Ashwood Street
Lakeside, California, East County, 92040
United States
Information
TypeComprehensive Public High School
MottoSpanish: Ahora Y Siempre
("Now and Always")
Established1959 (1959)
StatusOpen
School districtGrossmont Union High School District
NCES District ID0616230[1]
CEEB Code051346
NCES School ID061623002019[2]
PrincipalLaura Whitaker
Assistant principalsMichael Fowler
Paul Hedberg
Dale Sheehan
Grades9-12
Classes7
Color(s)         Black and gold
NicknameVaqueros
Accreditation(s)Western Association of Schools and Colleges
NewspaperThe El Capitan Horizon
AlumniSee below
Website
 
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El Capitan High School
El Capitan High School logo.gif
Address
10410 Ashwood Street
Lakeside, California, East County, 92040
United States
Information
TypeComprehensive Public High School
MottoSpanish: Ahora Y Siempre
("Now and Always")
Established1959 (1959)
StatusOpen
School districtGrossmont Union High School District
NCES District ID0616230[1]
CEEB Code051346
NCES School ID061623002019[2]
PrincipalLaura Whitaker
Assistant principalsMichael Fowler
Paul Hedberg
Dale Sheehan
Grades9-12
Classes7
Color(s)         Black and gold
NicknameVaqueros
Accreditation(s)Western Association of Schools and Colleges
NewspaperThe El Capitan Horizon
AlumniSee below
Website

El Capitan High School (commonly known as El Cap) is a public high school in Lakeside, California, United States, a census-designated place in San Diego, and serves students in grades nine through twelve. Opened in 1959, El Capitan is the fifth of twelve high schools to be constructed in the Grossmont Union High School District.

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Extracurricular activities

Agriculture

El Capitan High School is the only high school in the Grossmont district to include an agriculture program.[3]

Notable people associated with school

Alumni

NameInformation
Jeff ByrdMajor League Baseball pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays
Ryan LindleyNational Football League quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals
Nicholas Long[citation needed]Cyclist
Kevin McCadamNational Football League safety for the Atlanta Falcons then Carolina Panthers, Virginia Tech football
Jason Phillips[citation needed]Major League Baseball catcher for the Toronto Blue Jays

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Coordinates: 32°52′04″N 116°54′57″W / 32.86778°N 116.91583°W / 32.86778; -116.91583