Loara High School

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Loara High School is a public four year American high school in the Anaheim Union High School District, located in the city of Anaheim in Orange County, California.wikipedia
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Loara High School is a public four year American high school in the Anaheim Union High School District, located in the city of Anaheim in Orange County, California.

Bob Caffrey

Caffrey attended Loara High School in Anaheim, California, and California State University, Fullerton, where he played college baseball for the Cal State Fullerton Titans baseball team.

Tim Buckley

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Buckley attended Loara High School in Anaheim, California.

Jeff Buckley

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He attended Loara High School, and played in the school's jazz band.

Linda Emond

She was raised in Orange County, California, and attended Loara Elementary, Ball Junior High and Loara High Schools (where she was homecoming queen).

Jim Fielder

Fielder attended Loara High School in Anaheim, California.

Larry Beckett

Larry Beckett attended Loara High School where he developed a passion for writing and poetry.

Stacey Q

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She went to Loara High School during her sophomore year, but then transferred to Anaheim High School.

Lute Olson

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*Lute Olson (Robert Luther Olson); Former high school, college and Olympic Coach.

Eric Stefani

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He attended Loara High School in Anaheim, California.

Dana Schoenfield

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After semi-retiring for the next three years, she was a varsity cheerleader for Loara High School in Anaheim, California.

Secondary school

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Loara High School is a public four year American high school in the Anaheim Union High School District, located in the city of Anaheim in Orange County, California.

Orange County, California

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Loara High School is a public four year American high school in the Anaheim Union High School District, located in the city of Anaheim in Orange County, California. The school was one of the premier institutions becoming an International School under the International Baccalaureate in Orange County in 1999, however, the program was discontinued in 2009 due to the lack of funding.

International school

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The school was one of the premier institutions becoming an International School under the International Baccalaureate in Orange County in 1999, however, the program was discontinued in 2009 due to the lack of funding.

International Baccalaureate

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The school was one of the premier institutions becoming an International School under the International Baccalaureate in Orange County in 1999, however, the program was discontinued in 2009 due to the lack of funding.

Native Americans in the United States

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

Asian Americans

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

Pacific Islander

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

Filipino Americans

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

Hispanic

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

Indian Americans

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

African Americans

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

Caucasian race

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As of 2010, the campus' over 2,686 students consists of the following percentage of ethnic groups: 0.3% American Indian, 11% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 3% Filipino, 71% Hispanic, 1% Asian Indian, 2% African-American, and 12% Caucasian.

Reduced-price meal

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Over half of the student qualify for the reduced lunch program.