Another great entry in Principal Paige’s series on the history of San Dieguito. This one is about Norm Keith, Class of ’54. We wrote about Norm when we discovered he was the one who wrote his nickname in our pencil box.
Congratulations to Matt de la Peña (’91), upon winning the 2016 Newbery Medal for his book Last Stop on Market Street. Matt is featured in an article by San Dieguito student Kate Sequeira (the article doesn’t appear to be online… yet… we’ll post a link if it does come online). A quote: “I loved San […]
Mrs. Patsy Downs shared this 1947 photo with us and we are so glad she did! Taken in Baja, California, featuring (L-R) Al Southworth (’48… and that’s “COACH SOUTHWORTH” to many of you), Angelo Rea (’45), Bob Nysewander (’50), and Fred Ashley (’48). Mr. Ashley told us that he and his buds (including Jim Downs […]
Principal Paige’s latest alumni interview is with Tak Sugimoto, class of ’45. Imagine: a Japanese-American returning from the Poston Relocation Center to graduate with his classmates in June of 1945, only a few months before the formal surrender of Japan. What everyone did at the graduation ceremony when Tak’s name was called is amazing, considering […]
Victoria Orphan is a geobiologist whose research sheds new light on microbial communities in extreme environments and their impact on the cycling of nutrients and energy through the oceans. Much of her work focuses on microorganisms living in deep-sea beds that sequester large quantities of methane released from seeps in the ocean floor. Because these […]
More photos may be found on Sue Coopers Facebook page.
Carolyn Cope was recently featured in a news video about the Encinitas Historical Society’s walking tour, and gave us an excellent opportunity to discuss SDUHS principal Matthew Korwin’s paddle from 1954!
In this post, Principal Paige gives a long-deserved nod to Robert Williamson, a teacher and historian who chronicled the start of the SDUHS District.
Mustangs are FIERCE. Denise Mueller (’91) is fierce AND FAST.
This art show features artwork by former students, former/current faculty, and former students who became faculty, including Neal Glasgow (’67) and former art teacher Dave Newcomb.