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|Seaside High School|
2200 Noche Buena Street
|School district||Monterey Peninsula Unified School District|
|Student to teacher ratio||20.36|
|Color(s)||Red and Black|
|Rival||Monterey High School|
Seaside High School is a school located in Seaside, California. The school first opened in September 1963 to sophomores and juniors (incoming seniors continued to attend Monterey High School until graduation), graduating its first class in June 1965. Average annual enrollment is 1,400 students, attending grades 9–12. The school serves the communities of Seaside, Monterey, Marina, Sand City, and Del Rey Oaks. Its student body reflects the region's diversity of language, ethnicity, nationality, and cultures. The school mascot is the Spartan.
Seaside High School has a very rich history in sports. The football team is consistently top ranked around Monterey County and has won two CCS titles. Along with the football team, Seaside High School offers many opportunities for students to display their unique athletic talents, including: basketball (boys and girls), cross country (boys and girls), volleyball (boys and girls), wrestling (boys and girls), soccer (boys and girls), baseball (boys), softball (girls), swimming and diving (boys and girls), track and field (boys and girls), and cheerleading.
Seaside High School's main rival is Monterey High School.
- Tony Curtis, former NFL tight end for the Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens
- Mason Foster, former NFL linebacker for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins
- Heinz Insu Fenkl, award winning writer, translator, professor and editor
- Bashir Levingston, former NFL player
- Herb Lusk, former NFL player
- Yūsaku Matsuda, actor
- LeCharls McDaniel, former NFL defensive back for the Washington Redskins and New York Giants
- Ty Powell, former NFL player
- Ron Rivera, NFL player and coach; played for the Chicago Bears in the 1980s and served as the head coach for the Carolina Panthers and Washington Football Team
- Rachel Roy, fashion designer and philanthropist
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