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San Mateo High School
506 N Delaware St, San Mateo, CA 94401
San Mateo High School was first established in 1902, functioning out of a cottage on Ellsworth Avenue. The present dayMore school was built in 1927 and currently enrolls approximately 1,425 students in grades 9 through 12. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges and was designated a National Distinguished Blue Ribbon school by the US Department of Education in 1991. The school boasts a music, physical education and drama department as well as a wide range of athletics.
College of San Mateo
1700 W Hillsdale Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94402
Established in 1922, the College of San Mateo is a local community college serving 11,000 students. A range of programsMore are available, including semester-long and short courses as well as distance learning possibilities. Students can choose to pursue their education full or part time, in the day or evenings. Certificates are awarded for certain occupational programs.  The school also offers a range of athletic teams, including baseball, football, track and field, cross country, swimming, basketball and water polo. Upon completion of their course of study here, many students transfer to University of California or California State University.
Junipero Serra High School
451 W 20th Ave, San Mateo, CA 94403

Established in 1944, Junipero Serra High School is a private Catholic college preparatory high school, serving gradesMore 9 through 12. It offers a range of classes, including AP and Honors options. It accepts only young men, but children of all faiths can attend. Located in the heart of the Peninsula between San Francisco and Silicon Valley, Serra students take advantage of all that the Bay Area has to offer. Teachers help students to explore their talents in a variety of places—academics, the arts, athletics, clubs and service learning experiences—all in the context of our core values of Faith, Wisdom, Service, Community and Leadership. 

In August, they constructed a brand new Center for the Arts and Sciences. The $21 million project includes a major expansion of the aquatic facilities.

The school also affiliates itself with other nearby schools which allows Junipero Serra to remain single gender, while providing significant coeducational opportunities on each other’s campuses, including classes, retreats, dances, clubs, music and drama programs.