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Sacramento City College (SCC) is a public community college in Sacramento, California.wikipedia
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In October 1967, the Sacramento Pop Festival was held at the main campus' Charles C. Hughes Stadium.
Charles C. Hughes Stadium (commonly referred to as Hughes Stadium) is an outdoor stadium in the western United States, located at Sacramento City College in Sacramento, California.
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Twenty-eight years later, as a result of a March 17, 1964, election, Sacramento City College separated from the Sacramento City Unified School District to join the newly organized Los Rios Junior College District, which took over the operation of American River College and Sacramento City College.
Today, along with Cosumnes River College, Folsom Lake College and Sacramento City College, ARC is directed by a seven-member board of trustees elected by voters residing in the district.
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In late 2005, she attended Sacramento City College and took classes in film, dance, and acting.
She later attended Sacramento City College from 1996 to 1997, during which she was a member of the institution's debate team.
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He attended high schools in Pittsburgh and California and attended Sacramento City College, graduating in 1949.
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He graduated from Sacramento Junior College.
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The Sacramento City College Panthers are members of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA), and the Big 8 Conference.
Bromberg attended Sacramento Junior College, the University of California at Los Angeles, the Otis Art Institute, and the Los Angeles School of Fine Arts, and had lessons with Wayne Thiebaud and June Wayne.
Kurt studied art at Sacramento City College, San Francisco Art Institute, Cornell University and UC Davis where he received his Master of Fine Arts Degree studying with Robert Arneson, Roy DeForest, William Wiley and Manuel Neri.
Ramos attended Sacramento Junior College and San Jose State College.
He later worked for the California Department of Motor Vehicles and attended Sacramento Junior College.
Sherwood "Shakey" Johnson
Johnson attended Sacramento City College, where he was known for a comedy act he performed with a fellow student.
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Prior to running a Berkeley, he had run for Sacramento City College where he was coached by L.D. Weldon and at Petaluma High School.
Nieto attended Eastern Michigan University, Sacramento City College, and Valley High School.
From there, he attended Sacramento City College, where he became the state champion in the 400m and 4x4 relay.
SCC is part of the Los Rios Community College District and had an enrollment of 25,307 in 2009.
The results of a March 17, 1964, election led to the 1965 formation of the Los Rios Junior College District to govern Sacramento City College (1916) which separated from the Sacramento City Unified School District, and American River College (1942) which separated from the Grant Joint Union High School District.
Stanich graduated from Sacramento High School and attended hometown Sacramento City College.
Bosio attended Cordova High School in Rancho Cordova, California, and Sacramento City College.
After graduation, Bowa went to Sacramento City College where he started, and was expected to go in the MLB Draft, but didn't.
Blauser went to Placer High School in Auburn, California and Sacramento City College.
Cooper played baseball at Sacramento City College for two years before transferring to the University of Miami for his final two years.
Forsch graduated from Hiram Johnson High School in Sacramento, California, and attended Sacramento City College.
Petralli graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in Sacramento, California, and went on to Sacramento City College.
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Frank-Paul Santangelo (born October 24, 1967) is a former American professional baseball player from the University of Miami, Sacramento City College, and Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills, California.
He enrolled at Sacramento City College to play for their college baseball team.