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- 2004 National Merit Semi-finalists: 4

- 2005 National Merit Finalists: 2

- Number of students in Class of 2005 also graduating with A.A. from SBCC: 2

- Scholarship offers to the Class of 2006: $1.2 Million

- Total students: 2,465

- Percent of Students in Athletics: 41.5%

- Percent of English Language Learners: 37%

- Percent of Title I students: 27%

- Number of Foreign Nations represented in student body: 61



- 2005 Academic Performance Index (API) score: 743
- Similar Schools Rank in CA (out of 10): 10
- State-wide Rank of Schools in CA (out of 10): 8

- 65 elective courses offered

- 25 AP and 26 SBCC courses offered (all eligible for college credit)

- Number of Academies: 4
- Academy of Public Policy & Leadership (APPLe)
- Green Academy
- Multi Media Arts & Design Academy (MAD)
- Visual Arts & Design Academy (VADA)
- Average SAT (Verbal) of Class of 2005: 551 (Highest of District Schools)
- Average SAT (Verbal), State of CA: 499

- Average SAT (Math) of Class of 2005: 568 (Highest of District Schools)
- Average SAT (Math), State of CA: 521

- Average combined SAT of Class of 2005: 1118 (Highest of District Schools)
- Average combined SAT, State of CA: 1020

- Average class size in 9th grade English and Math - 20:1

- Average class size in grades 10-12 - 32:1

-Most popular college selections over past 3 years:
  • University of California, Santa Barbara (31)
  • University of California, Berkeley (29)
  • University of Southern California (23)
  • University of California, Los Angeles (18)
  • Cal State University, San Luis Obispo (12)
  • San Diego State University (12)
  • University of Colorado, Boulder (12)
  • Stanford University (12)
  • Westmont College (12)
  • Loyola Marymount (10)
  • San Francisco State University (10)
  • Yale (5)
  • Princeton (3)
  • Brown (2)