Alhambra High School (Martinez, California)

Alhambra High School (Martinez, California)

Alhambra High School (Martinez, California)

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Alhambra Senior High School is a public high school in Martinez, California which was first established in 1897 (1). During the 2006-2007 academic year, the school had enrollment of approximately 1400 students. Alhambra plays an active role in the community, with students participating in extracurricular sports, Theatre, Music, Mentoring, and Outreach programs as well as numerous community events. The school's Mascot is "Spike" the Bulldog, who can often be seen in appearances with "Spikette" at football games and rallies.


According to the most recent SARC report (1), the student population is 74.1% White, and 21.3% Latino. African Americans, Asians, Filipinos, and Native Americans represent 4.2%, 3.1% and 2.1%.


Alhambra is a campus that was built into one of the Bay Area's characteristic rolling hills. The campus was renovated in 1994, and is now set in a Spanish style reminiscent of the old campus. In 2003, the Center for the Arts was completed which seats 350 and plays host to theatrical and musical performances. This is a marked improvement for the school's drama department, which previously performed in the school's "Multi-Use Room", a combination cafeteria and stage space. During the reconstruction, it staged its performances inside the school's cramped library. The school's Synthetic football/baseball/soccer/lacrosse field borders the main avenue through town, and an all weather track, tennis courts and basket ball...
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