This year’s service was held on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 11 am. As with prior years, families and friends volunteered to read the names of our Fallen and short biographies about them. A small selection of photos is below (for more photos–in higher resolutions–visit our Flickr album here.)
On Thursday, the Alumni Association presented ten scholarships in the names of fallen Mustangs, at the annual Senior Awards (formerly the “Academy Awards”). This is the most we’ve ever given! THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO DONATED TO THIS WORTHY CAUSE!
Here’s a blast from the past: “San Dieguito Area Surfers Take First in HS Meet” (1967), click to read more!
I was very happy and fortunate to become a Mac. I was so proud, I even made an ink and needle Mac on my hand! I did it myself, just like those prison guys. I’m not proud of it now, but I did it.
This is the first article in a series of posts Principal Paige is writing to honor San Dieguito’s rich history.
Here’s a note from Mr. Milne’s family regarding the service: hello friends – the memorial service for our dad will be on Sunday, February 21st from 2-5 at San Dieguito Heritage Museum, 450 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas. I will post additional details later. Thank you all for the lovely tributes! –Melissa Milne Percy A memorial […]
It may have been 12 years since our Fallen Alumni memorial was installed on campus, but U.S. Army corporal Armando Diaz Ramos, killed in service during the Vietnam era, received a hero’s recognition on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2015 In 1971, Armando Ramos Diaz (’69) was training in Germany prior to being shipped out to […]
Would you like to share your brick story? Or just share a memory of a favorite teacher, or an experience at school? Send your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org This inscription came from Summer Ridenour Pryzbyla (’87), who included a poignant note: “My two best friends passed away. This is for them.” We asked Summer to tell […]
On Tuesday, February 3, the Phase 3 Installation Team gathered in front of the bell tower for a couple hours of early-morning masonry work. The day before, Earl Flores (’95), his brother Andy (’00), and Earl, Sr., carefully measured the cut lines for Phase 3. This morning’s efforts would consist of the actual installation. As […]
We were shocked and saddened to learn that our good friend, Boydd Dixon Galland (’60) passed away last week. (See the family’s obituary for Boydd on this page.) A “Celebration of Life” will be held on Sunday, January 18th, 3:30pm at Moonlight Beach for all of Boydd’s family and friends. Boydd was a steadfast Mustang […]