Saint Mary's College High School

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Saint Mary's College High School came into being as part of Saint Mary's College of California, founded in 1863 by the Catholic Church, and put under the auspices of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1868.wikipedia
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Saint Mary's College of California

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Saint Mary's College High School came into being as part of Saint Mary's College of California, founded in 1863 by the Catholic Church, and put under the auspices of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1868.
The college and high school sections separated not long after the move to Moraga and the high school is currently located in Albany.

Albany, California

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Saint Mary's is a coeducational Catholic school located in Albany, California, although its postal address is in Berkeley, California.
There are two private high schools in Albany: Tilden Preparatory School (formerly School for Independent Learners) on Solano Avenue and St. Mary's College High School, whose campus straddles the border with Berkeley, CA.

Lorenzo Alexander

Alexander went to Saint Mary's College High School, where he played as a defensive lineman for the Panthers football team.

Codornices Creek

Codornices
A plaque at 1302 Albina Avenue describes Peralta's 1841 adobe on the banks of Codornices Creek.
Both were located on the high banks of Codornices Creek across from the site of what today is St. Mary's College High School (Roman Catholic) near the Westbrae district of Berkeley.

Rancho San Antonio (Peralta)

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Peralta Park had once been part of the inheritance of José Domingo Peralta from the Spanish governments’ 48000 acre Rancho San Antonio land grant to his father in 1820, and included most of present-day Berkeley and Emeryville.
Son Domingo's home was located on Codornices Creek adjacent to the site of what is today St. Mary's College High School.

Courtney Brown (defensive back)

Courtney Brown
Brown attended Saint Mary's College High School, where he played as a cornerback and wide receiver.

Berkeley, California

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Saint Mary's is a coeducational Catholic school located in Albany, California, although its postal address is in Berkeley, California.
Saint Mary's College High School, a Catholic school, also has its street address in Berkeley, although most of the grounds and buildings are actually in neighboring Albany.

Paul Kantner

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After graduating from Saint Mary's College High School, he attended the University of Santa Clara and San Jose State College, completing three years of coursework before dropping out to enter the music scene.

Russell Hornsby

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He was a football player at St. Mary's College High School in Berkeley, California.

Michael Wiseman

Caroline Keenan
He graduated from Saint Mary's College High School in Berkeley, California, in 1985.

Maurice Curtis

Maurice Strellinger
In 1888, renowned stage actor Maurice Strellinger built the six-story Peralta Park Hotel at the end of Albina Avenue.
The building was later converted into a Catholic school until its demolition in 1959.

Ryan Coogler

He went to a private Catholic high school, Saint Mary's College High School in Berkeley, California, and was good at math and science.

Bobby Murphy (businessman)

Bobby Murphy
He received his secondary education at Saint Mary's College High School, also a private Catholic high school in Berkeley.

Salesian College Preparatory

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It has rivalries with St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School and Saint Mary's College High School.

De La Salle Brothers

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Saint Mary's College High School came into being as part of Saint Mary's College of California, founded in 1863 by the Catholic Church, and put under the auspices of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1868.

Joseph Sadoc Alemany

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In 1853, Joseph Sadoc Alemany was named Archbishop of San Francisco and immediately began to work to strengthen the fledgling system of Catholic education that existed at the time.

Mission San Francisco de Asís

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On July 9, 1863, Alemany dedicated the new Saint Mary's College at the end of Old Mission Road in San Francisco near the Mission Dolores.

1868 Hayward earthquake

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Their first year in California was discouraging for the pioneer Brothers: difficult financial and teaching conditions, enrollment of only thirty students, a major earthquake, and a citywide outbreak of smallpox.

University of California

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The college soon became the state's largest institution of higher learning, larger than the University of California at Berkeley, founded in 1868, and Santa Clara University, founded in 1851 by the Jesuit Fathers.

Santa Clara University

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The college soon became the state's largest institution of higher learning, larger than the University of California at Berkeley, founded in 1868, and Santa Clara University, founded in 1851 by the Jesuit Fathers.

Luis María Peralta

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Peralta Park had once been part of the inheritance of José Domingo Peralta from the Spanish governments’ 48000 acre Rancho San Antonio land grant to his father in 1820, and included most of present-day Berkeley and Emeryville.

Hayward Fault Zone

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The adobe was destroyed in the great October 21, 1868 earthquake on the Hayward Fault.