Burlingame High School (California)

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Burlingame High School is a public high school in Burlingame, California, United States.wikipedia
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San Mateo High School

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As a branch of San Mateo High School, extracurricular organizations were shared between the schools.
On April 5, 1922, ground was broken for Burlingame High School.

San Mateo Union High School District

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It is part of the San Mateo Union High School District (SMUHSD).
The second oldest school is Burlingame High School, which opened in the early 1920s.

Millbrae, California

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Designed by architect W. H. Weeks, the school took in students from Burlingame, Hillsborough, Millbrae, and San Bruno.
Millbrae's high school children rode the streetcar to attend Burlingame High School until Capuchino High School opened on September 11, 1950.

Burlingame, California

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Designed by architect W. H. Weeks, the school took in students from Burlingame, Hillsborough, Millbrae, and San Bruno. Burlingame High School is a public high school in Burlingame, California, United States.
Burlingame High School is the city's sole public high school.

San Bruno, California

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Designed by architect W. H. Weeks, the school took in students from Burlingame, Hillsborough, Millbrae, and San Bruno.
Prior to 1950, San Bruno's high school students attended San Mateo High School (opened in 1902) and then Burlingame High School (opened in 1923), traveling to and from school on the street cars that ran next to the Southern Pacific railroad.

Crestmoor High School

Following public hearings, the board narrowed the choice to either Crestmoor High School or Burlingame High School.
The final choice came down to Burlingame High School or Crestmoor.

Dianna Agron

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Agron attended Burlingame Intermediate School and Burlingame High School, where she was in the Homecoming Court, and played the part of Marty in Grease; she was also involved in set design, costumes, and painting.

Marc Benioff

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He graduated from Burlingame High School in 1982.

Matthew Fondy

Matt Fondy
Fondy attended Burlingame High School and played four years of college soccer at the University of California Santa Cruz, where he was a 2009 NSCAA Division III All-American - Third Team

Scott Feldman

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He went to Lincoln Elementary, Burlingame Intermediate School, and later Burlingame High School in Burlingame, where he pitched a no-hitter.

Nathaniel Crosby

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Crosby states, “I learned golf so that I could spend more time with him." Crosby largely learned golf from the family's Irish nanny, Bridget. Bridget was also a pro golfer. Crosby won the club championship at the family's country club, Burlingame Country Club, at the age of 15. His father stated after the victory, "Today is the happiest day of my life." Crosby attended Burlingame High School and was on the golf team.

Zac Grotz

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Grotz attended Burlingame High School in Burlingame, California.

Matt Sosnick

He attended Burlingame High School and the University of Southern California.

Shirley Jackson

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She attended Burlingame High School, where she played violin in the school orchestra.

Mark Walen

Walen attended Burlingame High School, where he began playing football until his junior year.

Jeanne Phillips

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Phillips went to elementary school in Hillsborough, California, and attended Burlingame High School for two years.

List of high schools in California

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*San Mateo County high schools

W. H. Weeks

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Designed by architect W. H. Weeks, the school took in students from Burlingame, Hillsborough, Millbrae, and San Bruno.

Hillsborough, California

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Designed by architect W. H. Weeks, the school took in students from Burlingame, Hillsborough, Millbrae, and San Bruno.

Big Game (American football)

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San Mateo and Burlingame have been rivals since the division of the Burlingame branch, and the rivalry culminates annually in a football matchup dubbed the "Little Big Game" and patterned after the Big Game.

Newsweek

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For 2013, it was ranked 280th in Newsweeks Top 2,000 Public High Schools, 471st nationally by US News and World Report, and 490th by The Washington Post's ranking of "America's Most Challenging High Schools."